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'The Odin', Part One: Finding the Odin DT



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Tue Jun 01, 2021 4:59 am
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HarryHardy says...



*Also joins squawking*
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Thu Jun 10, 2021 9:07 pm
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JasmineFelicia says...



I finished my post. It's shorter than I would've liked but- I didn't really know what else to write. Hope y'all like it!
Hi, the name is Jasmine, but you can call me Jaz! Nice to meet you :D !
  





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Thu Jun 10, 2021 10:17 pm
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IamI says...



It's good. I like that you came up with a good reason to bring the son along. While he might not be too much safer with the pirates, he's not a sitting duck like he would have been at home.
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HarryHardy says...



Wohoo...we have some signs of life!

And yup, that was pretty good. :D So the big question is...what needs to happen next?
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QuoolQuo says...



I’d say probably a good old discussion about what to do next, perhaps figuring out a plan with the assumption “I’m sure we’ll be fine” despite the fact they haven’t done this sort of thing in years.

I just can’t help but think it would be funny if they went to rob somewhere all serious and then it all goes completely wrong.
  








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