Princess Adeline; an average height woman walked in the room in full armor with two daggers on both sides of her hips and a large sword on her back. She was talking to one of her warriors and laughing about the battle they had just won. She was walking down the corridor about to go to dinner but was stopped by a servant. "Princess, your father wishes to see you in the throne room alone." Adeline nodded. "Well alright." She nudged to the warrior. "See you later!" He nodded and clapped her on the shoulder with a wink. "You got it." He told her. She jogged to the throne room and met up with her father. "Hello father. You wanted me?" She asked as she fingered her bangs out her eyes. "Yes I did, I want you to stop this nonsense." She arched her eyebrow. "Nonsense? What -" "This! " He pointed at her armor. "You're a princess not a warrior!" He stood up and caressed her cheek. She moved away from him and shook her head. "How could you say something like that? I lead our warriors to victory today! Aren't you proud?!" The king looked to his daughter. "I am proud of you for that but I need you to be a princess.. our kingdom needs its princess for political appearances and ..." He trailed off. "And what father..?" She asked with an arch of her eyebrow. "Well.. more like a princess, of course. Ladylike even." He told her. "If I'm just some princess then who would be there for the warriors? You wouldn't have no one to lead them without me." She tried to persuade her father into letting her still be a warrior. She had been doing this for two years and not a single man has died since she's been leading. Her mom encouraged her to do so. She just couldn't understand why her father wouldn't let her do it now. Her eyes looked up at the king once again. "Well Adeline.. I did get someone to replace you.." He spoke. "Who?!" She asked, wanting to know who her father found to take her place.