A LION, roaming through a forest, trod upon a thorn. Soon afterward he came up to a Shepherd and fawned upon him, wagging his tail as if to say, "I am a suppliant, and seek your aid." The Shepherd boldly examined the beast, discovered the thorn, and placing his paw upon his lap, pulled it out; thus relieved of his pain, the Lion returned into the forest. Some time after, the Shepherd, being imprisoned on a false accusation, was condemned "to be cast to the Lions" as the punishment for his imputed crime. But when the Lion was released from his cage, he recognized the Shepherd as the man who healed him, and instead of attacking him, approached and placed his foot upon his lap. The King, as soon as he heard the tale, ordered the Lion to be set free again in the forest, and the Shepherd to be pardoned and restored to his friends.The Pomegranate, Apple-Tree, and Bramble
1、<p>Gamevil's newest free to play title, Mark of the Dragon, landed on iOS and Android yesterday.</p><p>The combat strategy game lets you choose an element from fire, water, earth, and air, and then build up a kingdom to do battle with others.</p><p>As its name suggests, Mark of the Dragon also features dragons, which can be bred and flown into battle in third-person 3D. There are over 130 dragons available.</p><p>Multiplayer allows you to invade other players' kingdoms, and ensure that your own is fortified against attacks.</p><p>Mark of the Dragon is a free to play game, with in-app purchases ranging from $2.99 to $99.99 in US dollars. You can read a full press release here.</p><p>Download Mark of the Dragon on the App Store or Google Play.</p>
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