Sil knows a great deal about Tink, about her fiery temeper.
Nylon, who was swaying through the halls like a raving madman, is also crushed to death.
She is one of the stronger-willed Princesses and her preferred weapon is a frying pan.
In 1972, after a limited release under the title Princess Knight, Oriolo and Hecht edited three episodes and made it into a film titled Choppy and the Princess that was licensed to independent television in the United States and was syndicated in the 1970s and 1980s.
The author then created Princess Knight, originally serialized in that magazine from 1953 to 1956.