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Prince Alexander (Character)
from King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow (1992) (VG)

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Gwydion

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From King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow (1992) (VG)
[Saladin is about to kill Alexander]
Prince Alexander: Wait! If you love your princess, you'll hear me out. The vizier is *not* what he appears to be. Cassima is in terrible danger! I have proof that this is so. For your princess's sake, you must believe me!
[hands him the letter]
Captain Saladin: Let me see that!
Narrator: Saladin reads the letter, his sword point still against Alexander's throat. Alexander watches the guard dog's noble face darken with rage.
Captain Saladin: [hands back the letter] Grr, this is treason. I'll have his throat! But how do I know this letter is not a forgery? You could have written this yourself!
Prince Alexander: But I did not! Have you no doubts of your own about Alhazred? Don't you see? All he wants is the crown! Cassima is being coerced! We must stop the wedding!
Captain Saladin: It is true. I have had my suspicions about the vizier, especially when King Caliphim and Queen Allaria died.
[sheathes his sword]
Captain Saladin: But I have seen Cassima with him several times. She appears to be quite happy, even enthusiastic. I don't believe she could love him if he truly were so wicked.
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