Derencephalus was a little boy who lived in a small village near a forest. He was always very curious and loved to explore the woods. One day, he decided to go further than he had ever gone before and ventured deep into the forest.

The further he went, the thicker the trees and the more mysterious the forest seemed. Eventually, Derencephalus came to a clearing where he saw something shining. It was a beautiful golden egg. Derencephalus was overjoyed and decided to take the egg back home with him.

He quickly made his way home, eager to show his family the egg. But as soon as he walked in the door, his family scolded him. They said that he had taken something that didn’t belong to him.

Derencephalus was very confused. He thought that the egg was meant to be found and wasn’t sure why taking it was wrong. He decided to go back to the clearing and put the egg back where he found it.

The next day, Derencephalus returned to the clearing, only to find a giant dragon in place of the golden egg. The dragon told Derencephalus that the egg was actually its own, and Derencephalus had taken it from its nest.

The dragon was upset and told Derencephalus he must make up for taking the egg by helping the dragon with a task. Derencephalus agreed to help, and the dragon told him he must gather the fruits from the five trees that grew in the forest.

Derencephalus was afraid, but he remembered the lesson his family had taught him and decided to do the task. So, he set off into the forest to gather the fruits. After many hours, he managed to find the five fruits and gather them in his basket.

When he returned to the dragon, he offered it the fruits. The dragon was very pleased with his effort, and as a reward, it gave Derencephalus a magical bracelet. The bracelet granted the wearer the ability to turn invisible, and the dragon said it was a reward for Derencephalus’ honesty.

Derencephalus was overjoyed and thanked the dragon for its generosity. He returned home and showed his family the bracelet, and they were very proud of him.

Moral of the story: Honesty is the best policy. If you do the right thing, you will be rewarded in the end.

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