A Kingdom’s Past
Lindsey: Geen, may I tell you something? It’s important. I think….
Geen: What about, my love?
Lindsey: Well, it’s about my mother and the history of this kingdom. I thought I could tell you, what really happened to my mother, and the kingdom when Diablo took over.
Geen: Yeah sure. I’ve been meaning to ask you how that all happened. How did Diablo actually take over your mothers kingdom. I mean if she was so great she could of killed him herself.
Lindsey: Geen, She was over powered by him, his minions, Eva, Mezetana and her brother. There was no way she could have totally protected this kingdom.
Geen: So, where was your father? He should of been right beside her, fighting like I have.
Lindsey: Geen, it was different. My father was normal. He didn’t have any powers like you and I do. He was hiding me, Ku, and my brother. Unfortunately my brother didn’t make it. Only me, my father, and Kururu, survived.
Geen: Man. How long did that war last? It must of been tough. And how much magic did you inherit from your mom?
Lindsey: It was very tough.. I saw my mother die right before my eyes. I couldn’t get over it for the longest time. But, I’m glad it’s all over with. I think I got a lot from her.
Geen: So, after Diablo destroyed your kingdom. What happened next? Did he just leave, or stay and torment you?
Lindsey: He left, and years later at my birthday party is when I met you. I was still getting over seeing my mother die. But, you helped me deal with her death faster.
Geen: Oh yeah. I remember I came to the party, I was so hungry. I figured, ‘Hey, free food’ I walked in and saw the most beautiful girl in the world. I remember, when I asked you to dance, your father was so mad!!
Lindsey: Yeah I know! Remember our first date? My father was as red as an apple with anger , when he found out it was you
Geen: Yeah, but enough about how we met. Why did Diablo attack your kingdom?
Lindsey: My mother’s fairness and greatness over this kingdom was so great, that Diablo wanted to make our lives miserable. And he succeeded. Even during my party he was still wreaking havoc on the kingdom. Thank goodness that you were able to stop him.
Geen: Lucky to stop him, you mean! Diablo was one of the hardest enemies I ever had to kill. But it’s all over now, and your kingdom is in better hands; yours.
Lindsey: Geen, I’m happy your here with me.
Geen: Me too, Lindsey. Me too.
Lindsey: Thank you for listening.
Geen: Any time, my love.
a Story about a queen andher lover talking about the origan of her mothers kingdom