They each had their own private armies and/or followers, and they would fight, argue, and they would try to do contests to prove who should lead/rule.
One day I think a small army invaded the kingdom, and some unknown man lead the people in defense of their kingdom from the invading army; because the princes were too busy fighting each other somewhere else at the time.
The princes got to be battle late, and they helped the people finish defeating the invading small army.
After the battle, the people made the unknown man who lead them in defense of the kingdom, the new king; and the princes decided to join him, instead of arguing about the people’s decision/choice.
The princes then became generals under the new king, and they decided to join all of their armies into one; but first they all had a celebration.
The whole kingdom celebrated the new king and the new unification of the princes & their armies; and I forgot to mention that this kingdom seemed to be from the early middle ages or something, because they all had old metal armor, old style mêlée weapons, horses, and the kingdom had an appearance from about that era.
The princes were actually happy, and they became friends during the celebrations.
One day a group of soldiers came to the outside of the kingdom, they said that they had an important message for the king, and so the guards told the princes/generals; and so the princes/generals came riding on horses to greet the messengers.
The messengers thought that one of the princes was the king, and so they began to attack the princes and their guards; and so I guess the messengers were really there to kill the king.
The princes and the guards managed to kill the attackers, and then the real king came with some guards.
The princes told him what had happened, and the king decided to take his army to the closet kingdom nearby, to find out who had sent the attackers/assassins.
They got the army ready and they left that day, and on the way to the nearest kingdom, one of the guards of one of the princes was afraid/concerned/suspicious that the attackers/assassins were sent by one of the princes; and so he asked the prince that he was guarding, what would he do if it was him that sent the attackers?
The prince told him that he was now completely loyal to the king, and that he would help the king no matter what.
The guard then asked the prince if he thought that the closest kingdom, which was France, was responsible for sending the attackers/assassins, and he asked if France would attack them if the king’s army got too close to France?
The prince said that he did not think that France had sent the attackers/assassins, and that he felt that France would not attack them; and that France would probably stay neutral or make an alliance with them.
The king and his army made it to the outside of Paris, France, which looked a lot better, bigger, and more advanced than his kingdom.
The king’s kingdom did not even have a wall, paved streets, and other modern things.
Paris looked nice, and there was a big main road with a special monument building to the sides of the main road and over the main road; and the sides of it seemed to be made of rock & some orange/gold metal, and the top of it was metal that was in a green color like the Statue Of Liberty.
The main road was wide and the roof over it was high, so a whole army could march through the city, and there were lights around the city that made the city look even better.
The king decided to have his whole army march through Paris, and they would stay in the city for the night, and they would meet the king and/or queen the next day.
I guess the people of Paris knew that the army was coming, because no one was outside as the army marched through the city; most of the buildings in the city were made of rock, and I think that there were automobiles parked in some areas.
Some of the princes younger brothers & sisters came along with the army, and they were amazed by the look of Paris & they could not wait to explore it.
They felt angry that they had grew up in such a primitive kingdom, and they were already wishing they would have grown up in France.
During the march through Paris, I was in the dream near the princes and the king, and we decided to stop at a small restaurant; and so we told the army to stop and find places for everyone to sleep for the night, and that they were free to explore the city.
But we told them that we did not want them to cause any problems, and we told them to be on alert if the French army came.
For some reason my friends DH, JC, and my family were now in the dream too; and they joined the princes, the king, and I for dinner.
The restaurant was small & modern, and we all ate dinner & we had a good time.
I also enjoyed the dinner and the march through Paris, and I wanted to explore the city more; but I was wondering where most of the people in the city were, and where was the French king and/or queen & their army.
My family, the prince’s family, and some of the soldiers left to explore the city; while the princes, the king, and I went outside of the restaurant to talk.
Outside in the city, people seemed to be starting to come outside again, and automobiles & some people were now going around the city.
As we were talking about our plans, an unknown man walked up to us, with a message from the king of France.
He said that no harm would come to our army, that the king of France would meet our king tomorrow, that France did not send the attackers/assassins, that France would help our country, and then the messenger said that the king of France had sent him to teach the princes some new skills.
The messenger looked pretty rough, like he was tough, dangerous, and like he had been through a lot of combat in his life.
He then started to train the princes and I, in what ever skills the king of France had sent him to teach.
Our first goal/training was to work on controlling our fear or something, and so he told us to climb a building and jump from it.
We were shocked and thought that was dangerous, but we started to climb a building, even though we afraid.
As we climbed the building, the messenger gave us tips in the form of mantras, I guess that is what you call them; that we could constantly repeat to ourselves, to help give us courage, by either distracting us and/or reminding us of our training.
We made it to the top of the building and there were smaller buildings below us, and so he told us to jump on them from the tall building, until we made it back to/reached the ground.
We were all afraid and we were worried that we would get hurt, but after constantly trying to use some of the mantras, they gave us enough courage; and so one of the princes finally jumped.
He landed on another building that was made of aluminum, but he fell on his back instead of his feet, which hurt him a bit; but he was okay.
The next prince jumped and landed on his feet, but the impact was so hard that he fell on his face.
After they both jumped, we all started to jump, and as we did that, the first two princes then jumped to the next building.
We continued this until we made it to the ground, this exercise really did help improve our courage, and so the messenger sent us on our next goal/training.
Our next goal/training was to jump from building to building quietly, sneak through yards, and jump fences without anyone seeing or hearing us.
So we ran around the city doing this, it was like being a ninja or something, and it was fun.
It was not easy at first, but we kept using the tips and mantras the messenger gave us, and we started to act like professionals/experts or something; as we began to improve in our abilities/skills.
I remember at first we were moving slow and carefully, but after practicing for a while, we began running around with focused, while whispering some of the mantras to ourselves as we jumped from buildings, and over fences quietly without being seen.
The next goal/training was for leadership, and after that would be a goal/training for combat; but the messenger said that he would teach us that tomorrow, and so he left.
The princes and I went to tell the king about our experiences, and we were amazed by how fast that training worked and we could not wait to get the rest of the training; and we felt that once we finished the training, that we would be pretty skilled, and that we could train/create a very good army/police force.
The king was pleased/happy that France was helping us and he hoped that the French king had more information on who sent the attackers/assassins; so that we could train our army and join with the French army, and go face the kingdom that sent the attackers/assassins.
The next day we went to eat breakfast at an Asian style restaurant, but I woke up before we left the building.
-John Jr 🙂