Then there was the indian, who, whenever anxious, always stroked his brow. The Indian was supposedly married to the most beautiful squaw in the world yet nobody had seen her. To verify this, Odious disguised himself as a leper but when he saw her reflection, he was smitten. Locking the doors to his wigwam, the Indian stood guard. Little did he know, he was guarding an empty home for his wife had already been kidnapped by the evil Governor Odious. But the squaw refused to show herself to him. So, Odious had her thrown into the Labyrinth of Despair. Eventually she realized there was only one way out. While mourning his wife’s death the Indian took a blood oath never to look at another squaw and that he would be responsible for Governor Odious’s death.