Once upon a time, in a land far away, there was a brave knight named Sir Doin. He was known throughout the kingdom for his exceptional swordsmanship and his ability to slay any foe that crossed his path. Sir Doin had a reputation that struck fear into the hearts of his enemies.
One day, while Sir Doin was on a quest to rescue a princess from a dragon’s clutches, he came across an ancient temple. Inside the temple, he found a crossword puzzle carved into the stone walls. Sir Doin was not one for puzzles, but he was determined to complete it.
The final clue in the crossword was “kill or slay,” and Sir Doin knew the answer had to be “DOIN.” He chuckled to himself, feeling a bit silly that the answer was his own name. Nonetheless, he felt a sense of pride knowing that he embodied the very essence of the word.
As Sir Doin continued on his journey and ultimately succeeded in slaying the dragon and rescuing the princess, he realized that the crossword puzzle was a reminder that he was living up to his reputation as a Slayer. From that day forward, Sir Doin embraced his nickname and wore it as a badge of honor.