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The Fierce Person

Town, Africa

A thousand years ago,lived a king called George. King George was very mean and fierce and would treat his servents like a piece of shoe. The princess was very kind and beautiful, when she used to tell dad please treat the servents like humans instead of a piece of shoe, the kings answer allways used to be "You cant stop me otherwise you will also be treated as a servent!"
One week later, the princess was fed up of asking her dad, so she decided that she would go and search for a brave person who could possibly help her.

So one morning,the princess sneakly went out and started looking for a brave warrior. All of a sudden, she was amazed she couldnt believe her eyes, she saw a brave looking person with a sword sitting on a horse teaching people the right way! The princess thought this person would be perfect to show the king the right way. So very quitely she came to the person and asked him
'Would you please come with me to the palace and show my farther the king the right way'?
The brave person first asked her 'What is your name?' The princess said 'Staphanie' and the brave person said his name was Steven.

Steven followed Stepahnie and finally reached to the king. The king looked very angry and asked his servents to get him killed. So when the servents came with a wooden stick Steven immediatly got his sword out. He teached the king very good facts and the king also agread.

The king now treated his servents as a famiy member and made his daughter Stephanie marry Steven. The king made an unknown man into a brave knight.

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