(Imperturbable) Diogenes the Cynic


In what could be described as a trial of fate, Diogenes was captured by a slave trader and sold like common goods. However, she continued to share her ideas so her incredible intellect did not go ignored. After rising to the role of the prince's private tutor, he fell in love with her. As intense as his emotions were, they did not blind him to the fact it was impossible to restrain one with no attachments. He could only praise her knowledge and beg her to become his queen once he took the crown. "I will, should the flow of life follow such a course."


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