The Sword of Ata
It is said that a merchant with a devoted wife and three loving children lived in a moderate sized hut. The merchant always tried his best to improve living conditions for his family. Because other people, such as the ugly witch Atiya, are jealous and vengeful of his wealth, he is shunned from the local city.
One day the ugly witch Atiya appeared to the merchant as he was outside of his hut on the edge of the city because she was vexed with his great wealth to the point of aggravation. whether to accept or decline…
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