The Tower In The Woods
Upon entering the tree, Kairi found herself in room with a spiraling staircase leading up the inside of the tree.
Kairi: Hmm, I guess someone lives here. That's a bit unusual. I guess I can just go ahead and check it out.
She walked up the staircase until coming to another door, which she opened. Upon entering, she startled the long-haired girl inside who pulled off her shoe and threw it at Kairi. She stood back as Kairi sidestepped the shoe.
Long-Haired Girl: Who are you? Why are you in my house?
Kairi: Wow, you have amazingly long hair. It's beautiful.
Long-Haired Girl: Well thank you. I take great pride in my hair. My mother tells me that I should always keep my hair long because... Hey, wait a second, why are you so interested in my hair? You're not going to try and cut it, are you?
Kairi: No, never. I wouldn't ever cut such beautiful hair.
Long-Haired Girl: My mom says the same thing. She wouldn't let me cut my hair if I wanted to actually.
Kairi: Oh, and why's that?
Long-Haired: Well, that's because... Hey, wait a second, you never answered my question. Who are you?
Kairi: Oh, right, I forgot to tell you. My name is Kairi. Nice to meet you. What's your name?
Long-Haired: The name's Rapunzel. Nice to meet you too.
Kairi: Rapunzel, now that's a pretty name.
Rapunzel: Thank you.
Kairi: You're welcome.... So, anyways. You said your mother won't let you cut your hair.
Rapunzel: Yes. *sigh* You see, my hair is special. Magical. It has the ability to heal people's injuries. That's why I'm stuck in this house. My mom says that if I leave, humans will try to steal my hair for themselves. It can't really be that bad can it.
Kairi: Well, no, it's probably not that bad. I wouldn't trust all humans with your hair, but you can't spend your entire life here either.
Rapunzel: But I have to. My mom will be upset if I leave.
At that moment, another man jumped into the room through a window, landing on the floor. Rapunzel, startled again, picked up and iron and smacked him in the head, knocking him out.
Kairi: Or... maybe you should stay inside. People don't take too kindly to being attacked abruptly.
Rapunzel: Sorry, I am kind of afraid of people. They could be dangerous.
Kairi: Well, let's give him a chance to talk. Tie him up to that chair and we can wait for him to regain his consciousness.
Rapunzel: Right, I'll at least give him a chance.
Rapunzel sat the man in a chair and tied him down with a rope. About half an hour later, he woke up and looked at the two girls.