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Why Did Fantasia Leave The Diamonds Kingdom?

Saturday, February 04, 2017
Also known as, "The reason why Fantasia decided to be one with the Spades Kingdom?"

In the last episode of this series, we were able to find out that the Diamonds Queen and the Spades King were actually siblings and Fantasia originally belonged to the Spades Kingdom, but it was now a part of the Diamonds Kingdom.

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The Diamonds Queen was actually the sister of the Spades King

East interrupted West’s explanation in the previous post, so now let’s listen to what the former has to say about this topic.

“Yes, that’s right, Sapphire,” East says. “But, for whatever reason-” East deliberately chose not to state anything specific, hoping to reason with West and not get into a fight.

The people in Fantasia, comprising of both the Spades and Diamonds Citizens, as well as some minorities from the other kingdoms, all voted unanimously to become one with the Spades Kingdom again,” East explains.

“They all wished to return and be a part of the Spades Kingdom again,” East clarifies in case West didn’t get the words. “You cannot deny that, Sapphire.”

*Notes:
- This is part 64 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 63
- Girl wearing crown art print on canvas pic is from Amazon.com
- Pic is meant to represent the Diamonds Queen, the sister of the Spades King

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