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Hello men, this is the sacred land of the God's and is more than 300 hundred acres, So which one of you are interested.
Oh my Lakota, I hate the hideous people Cheyenne, they're so freaking annoying they always want what we want, just so to show off, brag, and humiliate our tribe.
Oh my, what is all this rambling about. They are yelling for a pice of land that's hundreds of years old. Hmm, I'm going to thisland to see what's so special about it.
Oh my lord Capulet, Do not say such things, if anything we will humiliate them. We will get that land even if we had to go to war with them scumbags.
Hmm, why is my dad angry about a piece of land, let me go check this land out.
Guess who came by to buy the Sacred land of the god's?, the chief of Lakota as usual, why are they always trying to take our stuff?. That land belonged to us for a long time, until the Prince made it neutral land due to the War the Lakota caused.
Don't worry my love, we will get that land, and we will go to war if that's the only way to get the land.
We created the first scene in this way so we could introduce the charachters and also give a hint of the plot. This interaction between the Chiefs of the two tribes is not only going to lead to the plot but aslo drive the plot. This scene is crucial because this where the conflict itself starts.
This scene introduces the the chief of Lakota's family and also how the play will lead on. This scene also introduces Juliet who is playing one of the main roles in the movie. This scene is very crucial because not only does this cene depict the hatred between the two tribes but alo because this sene gives ahint of how Romeo and Juilet will meet.
This scene is very similar to the second scene, instead of Lakota family, it's the Cheyenne family. This scene also introduces some of the mian chrachters in the play such as Romeo. This scene also leads us on to the meeting of ROmeo and Juliet.
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