Why there is never gold at the end of the rainbow

Why there is never gold at the end of the rainbow
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  • I hope Lepur is safe!
  • Me too! What will happen if something goes bad?
  • But think if something good happens, we get the treasure, and no longer suffer!?
  • WHAT?! WHAT DANGER WHAT TRANCE?
  • Beware, the dangers ahead are not what you expect. Listen to your gut, DON'T fall for the trance.
  • Oh how wonderful! No danger is here. Now just at the end of this rainbow it says where the treasure is!
  • The villagers woke up sad and confused to where lepur was, but all of them knew he ventured off to find the treasure, a tad bit hopeful for a positive change with treasure in their village.
  • Take it back to my village of course! Wait, this gold looks very nice allto myself, and to be a king! What a wonderful thing.
  • I am the goddess of the gold! You are the first ever to come and find the treasure. You may choose to either take the gold to your village and share the gold with the others, and be a farmer when you grow. Or you shall take the gold for yourself, become rich and plump and become a king and rule many others! Choose now!
  • As Lepur continued forward, the trees started to get thicker, the woods started to get darker, and the fears that he once imagined were coming true. And out of nowhere, a ghost appeared that left Lepur scared, and curious. Right after what the ghost had said, she disappeared nowhere in sight.
  • I want to take all the gold and become a king! OH YES, I WILL LIVE THE LIFE AND BE WEALTHY AND PLUMP!
  • Very well then. But I'm sorry this decision will not lead to as you expect but actually much worse. greed got in the way of your thought.
  • Lepur was still venturing and looked up and was blinded by the beautiful thing right in front of him called a rainbow, (according to the map). As he walked toward it his outfit changed from old rags to new and improved green and black fittings. At that moment, he forgot about everything the ghost had said and realized no danger waited him, as so he thought.
  • NO!!!! What has happened! What have I done?!!!!!
  • As Lepur finally got to the end of the rainbow, he was stopped by the goddess of the gold. As he was the first to ever discover the gold, there were options he had to make. One option was the right thing to do, and one option was not. Lepur became confused of what to pick.
  • The gold was hypnotizing Lepur into making him choose the decision that wasn't the right thing. The gold was trying to trick him, but there was still the right thing left in his mind a tiny bit. But the waiting was to long and the gold took full force, and made Lepur do the un-right thing. Which led to a consequence. After what the goddess had said, Lepur was confused and furious. After that, everything happened in the blink of an eye.
  • Suddenly, the gold disappeared and Lepur appeared in a cave with no outing and only himself. The selfish choice he made to want to be a king backfired and ended up living the rest of his life in the cave with no resources but some water that dripped from the cave. His village was still poor and missed Lepur immensely. Lepur was infuriated the rest of his life and still did not understand what he did wrong. Although, there is now never gold to be found at the end of a rainbow, because of Lepur's choice.
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