The Most Dangerous Game
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On a secluded island, in the 1920's, a man named Rainsford has fallen off his yacht and drifted to a nearby island. On this Island, he finds a man named General Zaroff who is bored with traditional Big Game Hunting. He has found hunting humans to be more enjoyable and Rainsford is his new target.
Rainsford demands he be let off the island but Zaroff refuses. Despite is obvious plea, Zaroff hunts Rainsford in what he hopes will be his greatest challenge yet. Rainsford, on the run for 3 days, manages to hold on and succeed in The Most Dangerous Game.
Rainsfor! How in God's name did you get here?
Throughout the hunt, Rainsford sets many traps in attempts to kill or injure Zaroff. Instead, Rainsford kills one of Zaroff's best dogs and almost gets Zaroff. These events are all leading up to the main part of the story.
At this point in the story, Rainsford has set a trap with his kin an attempt to slow down Zaroff. He instead kills Ivan, Zaroff's sideman. It is his final day and he is sprinting to the sea where he will make his final move.
Rainsford swims across the bay to the Zaroff's house. He makes it to the house and peaked inside. In the house, Zaroff was eating a massive meal and rainsford slipped into his bedroom. Once inside, Zaroff went to bed but quickly found Rainsford.
Rainsford and General Zaroff fight in the final part of the story. Rainsford becomes the first, and only, human to survive the General's game. As the victor will sleep in a very excellent bed, Rainsford's final statement is that he has never slept in a better bed.
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