In the Kingdom of Adiart, a millennia or two later, two Heirs with their servants arise. Their Father, the King, is angry with his Lazy Good-For-Nothing heirs. So he decided to consult with the local Cult to, in exchange for letting them practice freely, curse two servants to his heirs, forcing them to do whatever their heirs want, with the intent of making them better people. He has also declared to his heirs that whoever is most-suited for the throne will be his official heir, with lots of monetary gain alongside it.
The Servants did not like this. If the heirs were to live, they would be cursed for the rest of their lives, doing what their masters command. But, all is not lost! There was a small loophole in the curse that the Cult Leader told only the servants: “While you must do what your masters say, you are free to do it however you wish. If they ask you to make soup for them, it is not your fault for them not specifying that it had to not be poisoned.” The Cult Leader knew that if either heir rose to power, they would see the flaws in their practices… Mithras revealed this to him. But, if at least one Heir died, then this would no longer happen
So, as a result we have Lazy, Good-For-Nothing Heirs, and Cursed Servants. What could possibly go wrong?
Please refrain from talking until I say so.
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