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- Responses listed in '''''Bold Italics''''' are mandatory choices that you MUST choose in order to follow this walkthrough, because they do directly contribute towards gaining this ending.
 
- Responses listed in '''''Bold Italics''''' are mandatory choices that you MUST choose in order to follow this walkthrough, because they do directly contribute towards gaining this ending.
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[[File:Tobias Mourns.png|thumb|542x542px]]
 
 
- People…
 
- People…
 
[[File:Tobias Mourns.jpg|thumb|412x412px]]
 
* Deserve a second chance
 
* Deserve a second chance
 
* '''Should get what they deserve'''
 
* '''Should get what they deserve'''
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* ''No, better not''
 
* ''No, better not''
 
- What should I tell him?
 
- What should I tell him?
* '''''That would be nice'''''
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* '''''That would
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be nice'''''
 
* Or maybe not…
 
* Or maybe not…
 
- What should I say to Sophia?
 
- What should I say to Sophia?
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'''Ending:''' ''Cinders’ desperate attempts at winning her freedom backfired at her cruelly. Instead of breaking free from her Stepmother’s rule, she ended up in the Royal Dungeon. Broken with guilt and sense of failure, she quickly fell on health and passed away in her cell. She was buried next to her Mother in the old Cemetery in the forest. Only Tobias the Merchant comes to tend her grave and mourn for the loss of his old friend and love. He blames himself for not noticing how desperate she was to break free. Maybe there was something he could do to help her?''
 
'''Ending:''' ''Cinders’ desperate attempts at winning her freedom backfired at her cruelly. Instead of breaking free from her Stepmother’s rule, she ended up in the Royal Dungeon. Broken with guilt and sense of failure, she quickly fell on health and passed away in her cell. She was buried next to her Mother in the old Cemetery in the forest. Only Tobias the Merchant comes to tend her grave and mourn for the loss of his old friend and love. He blames himself for not noticing how desperate she was to break free. Maybe there was something he could do to help her?''
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