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Prospero lived in an island with his daughter Miranda. Prospero was once the Duke of Milan but was betrayed by his brother and was sent on a boat with Miranda to die but managed to survive. During his time on the island he learned how to properly use his magic and become a powerful sorcerer with the help of Ariel and Caliban, an ugly monster enslaved by Prospero
One day, Prospero spots a ship. A ship carrying the King and Prince of Naples, Gonzalo, Antonio, Sebastian, Stephano, and Trinculo. Prospero then casts a storm, seeking for revenge.
Mirandas monologue during the storm and begs for her father to stop and to end the downpour.
Oh Father, if you caused this terrible storm with your magic powers, please put an end to it. The sky's so dark it looks like it would rain down boiling hot tar if the sea weren't swelling up to the sky to put its fire out. Oh, I suffered along with all the men I watched suffer! A fine ship, with some good people in it, I'm sure, smashed to pieces. Their dying shouts broke my heart! The poor people died. If i'd been a god, I would've let the sea sink inside the earth before it had a chance to swallow up that ship and all the people it was carrying.
That ship is unfortunately carrying bad people. Those people had caused me hardship. They are the reason why were living in this deserted island. They took everything from me, everything that I had. They deserve this.
Fernando Prince of Naples gets to safety first while hoping that his Father and the rest are fine. He wonders through an island and encounter Miranda. Their eyes locked on each other and instantly fall in love.
Meanwhile, the King desperately looks for his son.
While Fernando and Miranda has been celebrating their love, Fernando and rest reunite. Prospero later on forgive them for their sins but still punishes Trinculo and Stephano.
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