Once, in the Medieval times, there was an ugly evil witch. She had became a prowess in potion making over time and could cast spells. She could do many things thought to be impossible.
Many in the kingdom of Troy had feared her, for she murdered the king with one of her potions. Not only was he a very good king, he had no son to be given the hereditary right to be king.
There was, however, one very brave huntress who went on a quest to liberate the kingdom of fear from the witch. She seeked vengeance, because the sovereign and venerable king was her father.
The Witch, however, was smarter than she looked. She had set a curse upon the woods, meaning that if she took a step in the woods without protection, she would be doomed for all eternity. She drew a circle above an X, a symbol for a deadly curse.
The daughter of the king, Jodie, had to take necessary precautions to outsmart her. So she had the high priest bless her and give her a crucifix to block out the evil, for God was far more powerful.
So the huntress set off. She marched into the woods with her bow to kill the witch in one hand, the crucifix in the other. The power of the blessed crucifix protected Jodie from the curse allowing her to continue her quest. The witch had realized that if the curse couldn’t stop her, than nothing could, so she attempted to escape. Jodie had chased her into a dead end where the witch had nowhere left to run. The huntress let out a soft laugh as she drew an arrow. She spoke softly with a grin on her face saying, “This is for my father.” She released the arrow which struck the witch in the chest. And that was the end of Jodie’s quest for vengeance and the end of the witches torment of the kingdom.