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So, Ike's on the hunt for his princess! He and Roy have to traverse the country to see if the shoe fits, whilst Marth remains a servant. We also see the return of a certain fairy who certainly hasn't gone yet!
"I swear I'm sick of this," said Ike, in the back of the spacious black car that was driving him and Roy, as well as three body guards, around in Ike's hunt for his boy-princess, as Roy called him.
"If you were sick of this, you wouldn't still be carrying his shoes around after a whole month!" said Roy jokily. Ike glared at him, but indeed he had the pair of shoes in his lap as the car drove down winding country lanes.
"Where are we going?" Ike asked. Roy took out a list.
"Sunfield House," he said, "Really rich family live there. A fashion designer who's married a few times who's got two children,"
"Married a few times?" repeated Ike, "Then she could have step-children?"
"My thoughts exactly," said
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"Oh wow, they've got a swimming pool here now?" said Roy, as his best friend, and room-mate, searched his wardrobe behind him.
"Yes," said Ike, as he sorted through the mess of crumpled clothes that had fallen off their hangers, "Put it in with the whole refurbishments when they did the manor up between the tournaments. " Roy sighed, he was currently sitting on his bed, dressed in his usual tunic, but he had in his hand a rolled up towel and a pair of crimson swimming trunks. Roy was no longer allowed to compete in the tournaments, but he was allowed to stay in the manor. Why? No one really knew, but Roy was fun to have around so it didn't really matter. Roy's replacement got on very well with the red-head, Ike and Roy had soon become good friends and there were no hard feelings. They were room mates. All of the residents of Smash Manor had to have a room-mate, even though there were enough rooms for them all. Those who