The Hero's Guide to Being An OutlawBook - 2014
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(Duncan) Throw me at him!
(Gustav) Didn't that go badly once before?
(Duncan) Yes. But nothing can fail that horribly twice.
(Gustav) *shrugs* Can't argue that logic.
(Liam) "We can do this, people. We can-"
(Duncan) "Ooh, ooh! Can I give the hero speech this time? I never get to give the hero speech."
(Duncan) "We can do this, my friends! We can save the day! And be heroes! Because heroes are awesome! And we are awesome! Don't be afraid. Being afraid is not for heroes, which we are. Being afraid is for...Well, I suppose if it's not for heroes, then it must be for villains. But who are villains afraid of? Oh, I know! Us! The heroes! Um...Nothing can stop us, bring your A-game, a stitch in time saves nine, and don't count your chickens before they're hatched. Heroes rule!"
"That's the best news we've heard in ages," Frederic said. "Briar is alive."
"I still have a chance to thank her," Liam said softly.
"And we can prove we didn't kill her," Gustav said.
"And I can finally get back that pencil she borrowed," Duncan added.
Everybody stared at him.
"It was a really good pencil," he said.
Gustav shoved him into a garbage can.
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