The Gunsmith #358: Fort Revenge

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While on the way to help out his friend Deputy Heck Thomas, Clint Adams makes enemies when a poker game at a local saloon goes sour. Now there are three men trailing Clint to Fort Smith: the two cheaters who're aiming to get revenge-and the man he saved who's determined to return the favor...

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Overview

While on the way to help out his friend Deputy Heck Thomas, Clint Adams makes enemies when a poker game at a local saloon goes sour. Now there are three men trailing Clint to Fort Smith: the two cheaters who're aiming to get revenge-and the man he saved who's determined to return the favor...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780515150025
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/27/2011
  • Series: Gunsmith Series , #358
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 875,973
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2014

    Deef's Story: Chapter 4

    ((Grrr! I made two mistakes. One you saw in the ad. The other being that I said "Glider" instead of "Rider" the first time. Or is it vice versa during the second time? I also made an MLP version of Deef at defretin res 1. I may or may not use that.))<p>HALLOWEEN TOWN<p>Deef knew Halloween Town wasn't rainbows and bunnies, but she didn't think it would look so Go<_>thic. Most of the place was in shades of gray except for the bit of color of the citizens, the green water coming from the fountain, and the suspicious-looking ga<_>s coming from the cr<_>ates. Deef tried to escape the walls and go out to the gr<_>aveyard, because she had a feeling she wasn't really doing a good job with blending in. She caught the gaze of a curious tall skeleton as Deef went outside the walls.<p>***<p>Deef climbed up a hill, siloheutted against the eternal full moon. When she got to the top, she only saw a curl hanging over the ground. "Well, I guess I better-" Suddenly, it uncurled, touching the ground. "Well, at least now I have a shortcut!" Deef said cheerfully after overcoming her surprise. She walked down the uncurled part. The moment Deef's feet touched the ground, it curled back up. Deef proceeded to go into the woods. "I don't see any Heartless," she said as she entered.<p>***<p>Deef eventually found several trees with a symbol on each them, apparently representing Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Independence Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. She walked into the center, where Deef suddenly heard "It seems you're smarter than you seem." Deef whirled around, drawing her Keyblade. It was a man, whose hair was half black and half white, each side sp<_>lit by a thin gray line. His eyes were dusky gray, like a cloud turning into a storm. The man was wearing black pants, with a black jacket worn over a red shirt. "I don't care who you are, but you betta get out of here, or I will kick your bu<_>tt and moonwalk all over you. And show off my sw<_>ag, AKA coolness, along the way," Deef said, demonstrating her moonwalking. The man laughed, as if finding her th<_>reat amusing. "I am Sceudo. You are as strange as your brother's Nobody described." "My brother has a Nobody?" Deef asked. She felt a glimmer of hope that she might be able to talk to Nick in a sense of speaking to the Nobody. "Unfortunately, Corruptus didn't care about you like your brother." That hope just vanished. "I can't let a Keyblade Wielder like you meddle with my plans," Sceudo continued, and pulled out a Keyblade, which was completely black, save for marks which were glowing red. The two launched into combat, with Deef pulling off her disguise for easier fighting. Deef couldn't overpower Sceudo, as she had only a few months expirience, whereas Sceudo likely had years of expirience with his Keyblade. "Blizza!" Sceudo said, knocking Deef over and finally de<_>feating her. She slowly raised her fi<_>st as she laid there, and said "Sw<_>ag." Deef saw him walking away, gl<_>oating over his easy victory, before she lost co<_>nsciousness.<p>((Why isn't Corruptus join Organization XIII? Because he followed the man who promised him greatness. Someone told me "sw<_>ag" means "coolness", as I never heard of the term before. I put the part where Deeec said "Swag" for humor. Fun fact: Sceudo is Old En<_>glish for "shadow", and Corruptus is La<_>tin for "corrupt".))

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