The morning light broke though the windows of the castle. It was a perfectly normal day...nothing out of the ordinary. Prince Caesar sat up, wiping the sleep from his eyes. Today was his twentith birthday...but it didn't feel like it should be. Caesar never understood why people celebrated getting another year closer to dying. He stood up and dressed into his fine clothing. After he did he fixed his shaggy blonde hair by pulling it back into a loose pony tail. There was a knock at the door as one of the servants informed him that breakfast was ready. The prince went over to the door and followed the servent down to the dining Hall. The table was was spread with different breads and fruits. He sat down next to his little brother, Leon, who was seventeen. His brother was really his half brother. His mother, when he was about three years, old had an affair with another man who was just a villager. It wasn't too strange to have an affair these days but it still didn't change the fact it botherd him. He loved his brother, he wasn't irritated with his brother cause a child can't choose who they are born too. But he was with his mother especilly when she pretended it never happened. As Caesar reached across the table and took a pear his parents looked at him. He knew that look because the prince had been fighting them on this since his last birthday. His father, the king smiled widely at him and announced: "My son...I and your mother have bought you a slave. Your very own. Nobody is to use her, she is to be your attendant." The blonde prince sighed and slumped back into his chair, fixing his posture when his mother shot him a glare. Ceasar sighed and took a bite, finnishing chewing and swallowing it before looking back at his parents. "That...really wasn't nessary. We have enough servents around here as it is. I don't need one of my very own when we have so many already." His parents shook their heads before brushing off what he had just said. The king called for his attendant to bring the new servent in. Ceasar turned his head to watch the Girl walk in, his silver eyes attentive.