The Baron, upset with his servants unwillingness to fight, gives himself up to turk. However, he makes sure he motivates them first. Right before he is executed, Adolphus fires his musket and breaking the executioners blade, preventing the execution. This starts a fantasic battle where the Baron and his servants go back into form, defeating the turk, and saving thr town with their fantastic powers. During the victory parade the evil elected public servant assinates the Baron. The town mourns as the Baron is lowered into the ground. We come back to the original scene, the play, where the Baron finishes his tale by mentioning that was one of the only one of the many times he has met his death, something he does not recommend. However, with the help of his remarkable servants, he was able to defeat the Turk, and save the town and everyonelived happily ever after. The elected public servant appears with troops and demands the arrest of the Baron, who declares for the townspeople to open the gate, and prove he his tale is true. After a minor non violent revolution, they over power the troops, who were commanded to fire on anyone who does not follow the public servants orders, and they open the gates revealing a defeated Turk army. They celebrate at the unbelievable turn of events. Sally has the epiphany that it was not just a story. The Baron rides off into the sunset, salutes the town, and disappears.