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Hip-Hop Redemption (Engaging Culture): Finding God in the Rhythm and the Rhyme

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2012

    Fatalonie

    The medium browned skinned fifteen year old comes in wearing a white lion skinned top revealing her belly and one shoulder strap on her right shoulder, and a short white lionskin skirt. She wears a bow and a sheath of arrows on her back, the arrows made of sharpened lions teeth. She spies a target up high and quickly climbs up a tree. When she gets high enough she loads her bow, holding on with only her knees, and shoots the arrow. It goes right through the center of te bullseye of the target, then bounces off something and goes directy into the ceoter of a target on the ground. She smiles at her shot and clikbs out of the tree. ~ Fatalonie

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2012

    TC

    I walk into the training center and look around. I cant see fatalonie. She mustve left. Oh well. I might as well show what district 6 can do!

    I grab a short, double edged sword, my best weapon, and completly masacre the dummies. I hear a bit of applause, and look up to see some of the gamemakers smiling down at me. I smile back, then grab a knife. I take a step back and hurtle it at the last dummy standing. Crack! I had sliced the head off! I couldnt believe i had done that good. I looked up at the gamemakers again. Now i had everyones attention, including seneca cranes. This was going great! Now if only i was able to get fatalonie as an ally... ~Delphi

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2012

    Haha

    I found you

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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