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dmackbone21
Posted: July 20th, 2006, 9:15am Report to Moderator
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Nice spoof. A bit odd, yet, unusually zany. I love the saloon scene where you're talking about the "fastest gunslinger in the west" and then in the very next scene, instead of people dying from bullet wounds, they die because their heads get chopped off with a sword. Very creative!

My only complaint would be some of the dialogue. That may need to be cleaned up a bit, ex. p3-while at the bar "Wow, you are a genius." That sounds kind of lame given the situation surrounding him.

Good work

Doug
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Thanks for the read, Doug.

I agree with your point on the dialogue. This script was kinda rushed together for the one week exercise. In my defence, most of the dialogue is lifted directly from posts on this forum.

I doubt I'll be rewriting this, it was just a bit of fun.

Glad you enjoyed it.
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Just downloaded this to my phone so I can read it on my lunch.
It's one of my favorite OWC scripts on this site, and I was thinking about it the other day.


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That was a good one, Cindy! I remembered it too even though it's been since -06 or something. I was new here then, but I remember loving reading about the SS characters. Ah, sometimes I miss those old days.  


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Yep, that was a good read just as I remembered it.

I surely miss those days....


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