I suppose you are wondering how I was changed into this frog. The frog said to the fairy standing in front of him with open mouth. The fairy got another shock when she heard that the frog was the prince of BARIKTON and was changed into a frog by an evil witch Xoxuxua when he was going to find a treasure in her castle.
The frog reminded the fairy that he was the same prince whom she had saved from one of the Xoxuxua's traps. He further told the fairy that there was a death at every step as he resumed his journey. He successfully passed through many traps of Xoxuxua because he had the magic ring of the fairy and his magic coat. When he reached the castle of Xoxuxua wearing the coat and ring no one was able to see him. But when he entered the Treasure room one of the Xoxuxua's Giant guard spotted him even with the magic goat. And when he tried to kill giant other giants and witches also arrived there and he fought with them very bravely. But during the fight he lost his magic ring and the giant easily captured him and took him to the Xoxuxua. Xoxuxua took his magic coat and made him frog. Then they left him in the castle. One day, he succeeded in jumping at Xoxuxua's back and bit her at her back as he new that it was her vulnerable point. As he did so dark clouds appeared everywhere and the castle fell on the ground but the spell lf Xoxuxua on him did not break and he came to this pool.
When the frog ended his story, a rain of tears was falling from his eyes. The fairy sadly asked, "How this magic will be broken? The frog told her that "If the longest nail of his smallest finger will be cut off then he will again be changed into his real appearance, prince".
The fairy tried to cut off his finger but she failed. When she failed three times, she used her strongest power and at last with the cracking sound he was successful in cutting the nail.
The fairy also gave a magic blanket through which the prince could go to his country easily. When the prince reached his country everybody was happy and the king arranged a party for the picnic and they lived happily ever after.