A princess and her servant are on their way to meet the prince they shall marry, the servant is an evil bully and takes the princess' pendant and dress... and the princess just accept and works as a goose girl in the nearby village.
She knows a spell or two, which spooks the goose boy, who goes to meet the prince and tells him about the weird goose girl and apparently with just looking at her he could tell she was the real princess and punished the servant....
Huh? That's the last of them?
We'll it's NaNoWriMo tomorrow, so if my word count for the day is good I might pixel something?
This rather appropriate, it's National Cat Day!
Three brothers inherit a scythe, a rooster and a cat from their father, the brothers find a place where these items are unknown and get rich and famous with them.... except for the cat owner.
The cat catches all the mice in the Royal Castle and instead of appreciating it, they fear the cat and end up setting the cat on fire just to try to get rid of the cat... it gets away though!
A youth goes to learn a trade, but run outs of funds and returns home to his father. While in the forest he hears a voice and find a bottle buried under a tree with a frog like creature, when he frees it, the creature becomes as large as a tree and says he must strangle him.
The kid tricks back into the bottle by asking him how he got out and only lets him out when he gets a magic powder that heals wounds and turn metal into silver. He tries on his father's ax, which breaks. It turns out he borrowed it and now he has pay it, but when the kid sells the silver ax, he makes enough to pay him back and continue his education.
This is kinda like Aladdin, an ex-soldier is tasked by a witch to fetch a magical blue light from down a well, he's smart enough to know not to give it to the witch before getting out, so... the witch just abandons him.
He finds some tobacco and a pipe and light it on the blue light's fire and an imp appears to grant his wishes. After getting him out of the well, he wishes for the princess to clean his room and be his servant for the night and keeps doing it until the royal guard captures him, but then he just summon the imp one final time and makes everybody so afraid the king gives him a kingdom and the princes...
Our hero? But seriously, this is the most obvious story of villainy I've read, am I supposed to root for this guy?
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