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Down the Mountain and Up on the Saddle
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We rejoin David and Darron at the village known as Kasadada which mean "The horse at the bottom of the Mountain" But what is Buck doing there?
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After a long and hard trek through MT. Ka Nea,David and Darron reach a small village which is famous for their stables and the strong stallions they train there. But David sees something unexpected...It's his horse,Buck! "What are you doing here?" David "asks" his horse. "Hey! Look at this one!" Says Darron looking at a jet black stallion.



David looks over at the entrance of the stable and sees a Knight signing a piece of parchment paper and suddenly it dawns upon him what it is... "What is that?" David asks to make sure. The owner answers,"It's the contract for that white horse you were looking at." But David already knows..."No! That's my horse! I've owned it for my whole life! You can't sell it! It's mine!" The knight speaks up,"tell you what, little boy,if you can disarm me te horse is your."

And the duel was over as fast as a snap!









David and Darron now having horses now set out to dethrone the cruel King of Mythron!




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