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Sir Dolan was the greatest king to ever rule England He was successful in uniting all of the weak kingdoms under his rule through a series of glorious campaigns with his army Dolan silenced opposing nobility and aided the peasantry In a matter of years he was loved and respected by those within his kingdom all swearing allegiance to him However despite all of his fame and prestige a dark shadow of sadness covered the kings face No matter how many battles he won or how many of those in his court praised and thanked him the blanket of sadness never disappeared The evil Sir Francais had taken his only love the beautiful Queen Ariah from him months earlier Sir Francais was Dolans most loathed enemy and during a battle for supremacy Francais was able to snatch the lovely Queen Ariah For months Dolan wandered around his castle feeling nothing but sorrow He dare not leave his castle for fear that his enemies were plotting revenge against him and his kingdom On a certain day Sir Ganga approached him and asked Sir what bothers you so that you seem to be flooded with sadness Ah my brother Ganga you have heard of Queen Ariahs kidnapping This is what bothers me so Without her I am lost Sir Dolan Ganga replied I am ashamed that such a strong and distinguished warrior as you has given up hope of rescuing his beloved Queen from the evil Sir Francais I tell you Sir that it is not for a man of your honor to grieve and feel pity for himself I also tell you Sir to rise up and rescue the queen I will protect your castle with my life while you go in search of Queen Ariah You are right Sir Ganga What a fool I have been to allow Sir Francais to go unchallenged for the actions he has committed I thank you
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