There is a strange and fearsome creature terrorizing the forest near the village and young Albert heads out to kill the Jabberwock and perhaps win the adoration of his father. The adventure finds him overcoming several obstacles before he finally confronts the beast. Has he really enough courage to stand against the unknown even with such a vorpal sword in his hands?
Everyone has two eyes, two hands, and two feet as well as two stones. So, why should it make any difference? Add an ancient prophecy to the mix and the fact that both candidates for the throne are frauds, makes the idea of consulting the wizards attractive. They have their own agenda and cannot help stop political intrigues while they busily search for this Hero who seems oblivious of his role.