Rachel Christensen is a new member of the Damsels in Distress, an elite group of women who have dedicated their lives to the training of heros; through the art of self endangerment. She trained for years on Earth, before being sent to Alern, a world just beginning its age of legends. Rachel disguises herself as one of Queen Amelia of Taleras handmaidens in order to be close to her potential hero, prince Cedric. He is a charming, handsome man who is incapable of committing to any one lady.
Rachel allows herself to be caught by bandits to test Cedrics fighting abilities, and ends up saving his life instead. She attempts to teach him humility by ignoring him, but he mistakes her intent and convinces himself that it is a clever ploy to get his attention. The most imperfect handmaidens begin to disappear, ensuring the most beautiful and talented bride for the prince.
Rachel believes she may be the next victim.
Her stitching is atrocious, she is far from docile, and she isnt afraid to tell the prince what she thinks of him. She also fears that Cedric himself may be behind the disappearances, and that her training may have made him a more dangerous man. With her life at risk, Rachel begins to wonder if there is true wisdom in entering the dragons lair on purpose, instead of by accident.
Well, this is a fun idea but you need to sharpen the focus more. I'd want to see more about Cedric and what happens if he turns out to be non-heroic? Does she lose her merit badge.
Is there any reason this has to be on a different planet suddenly? Maybe Superman was trained by a DiD.