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[[File:Luckless leading witches.jpg|220px|right|thumb|Sir Luckless, [[Amata]], [[Asha]] and [[Altheda]] climbing the hill.]]
 
[[File:Luckless leading witches.jpg|220px|right|thumb|Sir Luckless, [[Amata]], [[Asha]] and [[Altheda]] climbing the hill.]]
In ''[[The Fountain of Fair Fortune]]'', [[Amata]], [[Altheda]], [[Asha]], and [[Sir Luckless]] encounter a hill that is enchanted to be endless. This is the second obstacle in the group's journey, preceded by the gigantic white worm and succeeded by the un-crossable stream. At the foot of the hill, they read a sign that says "''Pay me the fruits of your labours.''"
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In ''[[The Fountain of Fair Fortune]]'', [[Amata]], [[Altheda]], [[Asha]], and [[Sir Luckless]] encounter a '''hill''' that is enchanted to be endless. This is the second obstacle in the group's journey, preceded by the gigantic white worm and succeeded by the un-crossable stream. At the foot of the hill, they read a sign that says "''Pay me the fruits of your labours.''"
   
 
Despite his attempt to donate his only coin, Sir Luckless does not prevail in his efforts. When Altheda begins to work hard and encourage the others to do so, however, her sweat hits the ground and allows them to finally press onward.
 
Despite his attempt to donate his only coin, Sir Luckless does not prevail in his efforts. When Altheda begins to work hard and encourage the others to do so, however, her sweat hits the ground and allows them to finally press onward.

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Luckless leading witches

Sir Luckless, Amata, Asha and Altheda climbing the hill.

In The Fountain of Fair Fortune, Amata, Altheda, Asha, and Sir Luckless encounter a hill that is enchanted to be endless. This is the second obstacle in the group's journey, preceded by the gigantic white worm and succeeded by the un-crossable stream. At the foot of the hill, they read a sign that says "Pay me the fruits of your labours."

Despite his attempt to donate his only coin, Sir Luckless does not prevail in his efforts. When Altheda begins to work hard and encourage the others to do so, however, her sweat hits the ground and allows them to finally press onward.

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