The Iron King's Betrayal
Taking heavy inspiration from The Snake Killer’s Betrayal in tone but not arrangement, The Iron King’s Betrayal is a Kormar play about the fictional death of the Iron King, brother to the two children of the Puzzle King. It was originally written by Mistan Palarin, but heavily modified by a score of other playwrights in its current form.
In the end, the cruel get their comeuppance, but rarely do victims cheer. (Act 3, Scene 2)