Once upon a time there was a King. He was a brave and
noble man who loved the people who lived in his Kingdom very much.
The king loved to be around the people of his Kingdom.
He loved to play games with them and to entertain them with stories and poems.
He loved to ride his big black horse all around the Kingdom, visiting with
all the people.
One day, some very mean trolls came and tried to hurt
the people. Being a brave and noble man, the King chased the trolls away
and kept the people of his Kingdom safe from harm. The people were very grateful
to him and praised him for being a brave and noble man.
But the King couldn't help but be worried. Even though
the trolls were gone and the people were safe, he was afraid for them. First
he taught the people to be safe in case the trolls came back. He was still
worried that something would happen to the people. So he started making rules
and telling them what to do more and more. He also asked his soldiers to
help watch over the others.
Now the King wasn't doing all of this because he was
mean. He was doing it because he wanted to keep the people safe. But the
people didn't see it that way. They were very frustrated because they didn't
think the King was much fun any more. He didn't play games with them, or
tell them stories and poems. All he did was make rules and tell them what