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Ranofer

Ranofer is the young, orphaned son of a goldsmith. Ranofer has never wanted anything more than he wants to be a goldsmith like his father. However, upon his father's death, Ranofer has been forced to live with a half-brother he did not know he had and to do as the half-brother desires. At first, Ranofer's half-brother wants him to work as a porter at a goldsmith shop. Ranofer is disappointed not to be an apprentice, but is satisfied to be near a goldsmith and to learn from observing others. Unfortunately, Ranofer comes to realize that his half-brother has sent him to work in this shop to help steal gold from the goldsmith. Ranofer does not want to be a thief and refuses to help, but he suffers a beating and is told his help will be required unless he wants to live on the streets, finding his meals...

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