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We all run in separate directions. I dash into the trees, past overgrown shrubs and broken branches. The forest has an eerie feeling. I recall what the professor told us earlier. “The world is filled with untold dangers,� and all we have to defend ourselves is a weapon of our choice. Some chose bows and arrows, a few picked spears, while another boy and I selected daggers. I slow down to a quick walk. I hear a rustling in the bushes to my right. I pull out my dagger, ready to fight, just in time to be tackled to the ground.

A Deadly Game to Play  

A short story

A Deadly Game to Play  

A short story

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