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katoji

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Did anyone else think that was a pain in the ass?
I barely just made it through lol, I had to completely change my story(and I had a few under my sleeve)
 

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It was kind of a pain. I made it a flashback and I flipped the stimuli around. Something like: "I am a villain of my times; I wish I'd done it differently. Or did I?"
 

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I thought it was easy. Best part was that I didn't have an introduction for my idea but I just used that, put quotation marks around it and turned into a character's thought.
 

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I didn't really mind it, but I can't say I had studied that much for English Extension either.
 

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It wasn't too bad. It didn't say the quote needed to be at the start of the story so I managed to slip it in much later, because I didn't want it at the start anyway.
My story was about an amnesiac busker who witnesses the same crime many times & never remembers, and when he's told by the police that they have footage of him at the scene of each crime he feels like "A modern day villian" for not remembering/doing anything. I think it went okay.
 
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