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  • Gamebuster By:Annabel Johnson Trevor McClain
  • Pre-game show
  • Scott
  • Surprise
  • It was a cold evening while on the field there was a very intense game taking place. Everyone on and off the field were so cold that they couldn't even move. Scott the main character is trying to focus on the game he is playing in but the thought of his father saying something to him haunts him the entire time. Throughout the game Scott had a weird feeling about two shady characters under a bleacher in the distance.
  • Regrets
  • After the game Scott still saw the two people. Then one left to go around a building but the other guy is still there on his phone. Scott was curious so he decided to get closer to see what he was talking about. when he was in range to listen he then was shocked on what he heard. what he heard was a conversation about a bomb plot.
  • Hiding
  • While trying to hide from people trying to catch him for something he stumbled upon an open trunk to a car. When he looked in side he didn't want to ever see it again. The object that he saw in the trunk was a dead body. He recognized the body and he saw that person not to long ago
  • Once he was done overseeing the body he then got caught up with the bomb plot. His friend and him ended up reporting it but when they did the regretted it right away. When they did the person they told was one of the workers helping with the bomb. At that moment they did not know what to do so they just kept quiet for a while.
  • Due to all of the crazy things happening in Scott's life he decided to go with his friend to the woods where he had a cabin that some of his family lived in. While staying there he then realized that the bomb plot happened the day he left
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