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This is a foolproof step-by-step walkthrough for players who would like to achieve this specific ending variant. This guide includes all of the choices presented to you on the way to gaining this ending variant, although all of the choices do not directly contribute towards this ending. If you follow this guide exactly (by choosing the options in listed in Bold/Bold Italics), you will gain the Fairytale ending with the Evil Queen, Loves Perrault, and Ghede Advisor variants.

- Responses listed in Bold are the responses you SHOULD choose in order to follow this walkthrough, although they do not directly contribute towards gaining this ending.

- Responses listed in Italics are responses that can serve as another possible choice that you should/must choose to gain this ending. They may or may not directly contribute towards 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. 

Evil Queen, Loves Perrault, Ghede Advisor

- People…

  • Deserve a second chance
  • Should get what they deserve

- How should I reply?

  • Tell the truth
  • Lie to her

- What should I do?

  • Start cleaning
  • Read the book
  • Laze around

- Did I?

  • Not really
  • No, did you?
  • Well, actually…

- What should I tell her?

  • Alright.
  • Are you not tired of this?

- What should I tell her?

  • I will.
  • What if I refuse?
  • What service?

- Choose “Forest”

- What should I do?

  • Go to the Lake
  • Go to Town

- Choose “Town”

- Should I ask him about it?

  • Ask him

  • Let it go

- What should I tell him?

  • Carmosa is not worth it
  • I understand

- How should I approach this?

  • Appeal to friendship
  • Be seductive

  • Haggle
  • Let him have the full price

- What should I do with the extra money?

  • Go to the inn
  • Bring them back

- What should I do?

  • Just enjoy the food
  • Approach him

- What should I say to him?

  • Did you really have to kill them?
  • You were brave to fight them!

- Choose “Our residence”

- What should I tell her?

  • Talk back to her

  • Apologize

- What should I do?   

  • Stay in the room
  • Follow the mysterious visitor

- What should I do?

  • Go back home
  • Confront Tobias now

- Should I trust Tobias?

  • No
  • Yes

- What should I say to Sophia?

  • Why were you so cruel to Gloria?
  • You sure told her!

- How should I respond?

  • Tell her
  • Why do you care?

- How was it?

  • It was great!
  • It was too dreamy
  • It was suffocating

- Indeed, why?

  • For love
  • For political gains

  • For many reasons

- What should I say to Sophia?

  • You are so cruel!
  • You are not worthless!

- Choose “Cemetery”

- What should I tell her?

  • So you are not a witch?
  • People can be stupid

- What should I tell her?

  • Not really
  • Maybe a little
  • I believe in myself

- Choose “Our residence”

- What should I tell him?

  • Fine, keep your secret
  • Please tell me!
  • Tell me or face the consequences

- What should I do?

  • Ask Gloria

  • Ask Sophia
  • Leave it

- What should I tell her?

  • Sorry
  • Fine!

- Could we be friends?

  • I think so
  • Probably not

- What should I do?

  • Side with Sophia
  • Call them both hopeless
  • Side with Gloria

- What should I do?

  • Sneak out
  • Tell Gloria

- How should I convince her?

  • Rebel
  • Offer to help
  • Appeal to her pride

- Choose “Forest”

- Choose “Town”

- What should I say?

  • I am not good wife material
  • I am not the independent
  • How do you know?

- What should I do?

  • Agree with Madam Ghede
  • Beg to differ

- What should I tell her?

  • They are not bad
  • They are the worst!

- What should I tell her?

  • I wait for my chance
  • I have to learn more
  • I have my ways…

- Where should I go?

  • Visit Tobias
  • Go to the Inn

- What should I tell him?

  • Tell me about the Prince
  • Actually, tell me about yourself

- What should I tell him?

  • You are still needed
  • Perhaps you should settle down

- What should I tell him?

  • Disagree
  • I understand

- Choose “Our residence”

- What should I say?

  • I guess you are right
  • You are wrong

- What should I do?

  • Apologize
  • Reason with her
  • Fight back

- Choose “Town”

- Where should I go?

  • Tavern
  • Store

- What approach should I take?

  • Appeal to his morals
  • Focus on connection with Carmosa
  • Threaten him

- What should I say?

  • Can I go too?
  • Go back home

- How should I act?

  • Friendly
  • Seductive
  • Uninterested

- How should I reply?

  • Sure
  • Not really

- Choose “Our residence”

- Should I mention I know about the money problem?

  • Do it
  • Better not

- What would I do?

  • Accept the offer
  • Retire

- How should I reply?

  • You will find someone
  • How about me?

- How should I reply?

  • I make my own fate
  • I could use some help

- Who should I chose?

  • The Fairy
  • Madam Ghede

- Should I search her room?

  • Do it
  • Just go

- Choose “Town”

- What is my goal?

  • Re-take the residence
  • Go for the Prince
  • Escape town

- Choose “Palace”

Ending: As in the stories of old, Cinders’ charms and wits helped her in getting the heart of the future King. Cinders becomes a cruel and whimsical queen, interested more in her own well-being than the Kingdom’s politics. Feared and hated by both the people and the court, she’s unable to provide the Prince with the support he needs to push forward his reforms. Her senseless and decadent rule comes down in the history as one of the core reasons for the upcoming bloody revolution.

True love never sprouts between the King and the Queen, as she yearns for the affection of the noble Captain of the Guard. Captain Perrault finally accepts his King’s offer of becoming the Master Spy to stay closer to Cinders and protect her. They eventually become lovers. This doesn’t go unnoticed by the Court and the King, but her values Perrault too much to take any action. Ultimately, the King distances himself more and more from Cinders and the Court.

Taught by past events, Cinders trusts Madame Ghede’s judgement more than anyone else’s and invites her to the Court to become Queen’s advisor. The witch reluctantly accepts the offer, and while she never feels quite at home in the Palace, her no-nonsense approach helps the new Queen in securing her rule. The court life fully absorbs the young queen and she loses contact with her old family. Lady Carmosa and her daughters never visit the Palace. From what Cinders heard, the situation in the household turns for worse after her stepmother’s bitter defeat. They live their lives in seclusion, isolated from the rest of the noble society. Years later, Cinders and her sisters meet at Lady Carmosa’s funeral. They don’t exchange a single word. 

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