The Duck and the Knight


Fakir wrote a story about himself, like Duck had asked, and it sold a lot of copies, as did his book about Duck (though who knows how many people believed the, "A true fairytale" at the beginning of each one).

Duck got her wedding dress that was almost like Rue's, "only not as fancy."

Freya did the flowers (not cut, of course!) and Duck got a live bouquet. Freya caught it in an attempt to save her flowers, but then she bumped into Autor . . .

Not so long after, the two people who had once been, and in their stories always would be, the Duck and the Knight could be seen sitting at the edge of a pond, surrounded by, I suppose, their Ducklings. And the Duck and the Knight were never lonely again.

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