Having recovered, JN immediately sets out to regain his stolen win. Traveling first by car to the airport, then by jumbo jet to the Bermuda triangle, he bails at just the right moment to end up in the fairy-tail dimension, giving little mind to the safety of the other passengers or the crew. He hikes until reaching a town, and claims a (mostly) unattended horse for transport, heading for The Kingdom. Upon arrival at Cinderella Castle he realizes the futility of searching such an imposing edifice by himself and resorts to truly low tactics. He pulls out a megaphone and announces, "Until my win is returned to me, I will not stop singing! Don't tell my heart, my achy breaky heart..." He immediately has to stop singing to avoid the sky-darkening avalanche of arrows, sling-bullets, ballista bolts, catapulted boulders, and a ... large wooden rabbit? What was that doing in this castle? The only place to hide from the storm was up against the walls themselves.
I should have known better. That song was not a win in any rational or irrational world. Just before something truly vile could be dropped on him, the stone he was leaning against moved and he fell into a dark, cobwebbed, and obviously long-forgotten opening. Oh my! A secret passage has to be a short cut to somewhere important. He follows it, finding Diamond sleeping in a well-appointed bedroom, cuddling his win in her sleep. He sneaks in and gently snatches it from her.
Sneaking back out of the castle, he mounts his horse and rides away. I may not be a prince or a hero, but I'm still riding away into the sunset with ... my win.
For the record, I prefer evil. Same letters, but it has a certain seductive panache. Vile is just, ugh.