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Chapter 7: Page 17

Wendy doesn’t appear to be interested in being neighborly.

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(Sigh) and our lady with the shot-gun just gave Astria what she wanted HOW she wanted it. All because she let herself get provoked. Perhaps the shadows from STYX will come flooding out now?


I was going to comment on the A-Team van, but then I noticed that it seemed to appear out of nowhere. One minute, the demon is standing next to the front doors, walking towards the nun, and the next, the demon and the nun are in the parking lot. But hey, A-Team van!


Good thing she didnt fire that.. Brown Bess, is it?..
Holding it like she does. Black powder packs a punch when fired (recoil, and depending of how much u load with). unlike todays more controled propelants, cordite and etc..


Its a very old rifle from the revolutionary war, it has a very bloody history, and was used in the civil war as well. It doesn’t actually function the way it used to however ;)


Aah French then.. Why not having a bayonet mounted; if ure in talking distance u might as well just walk up and “stick it to em’”.. 8^P


Oops.. Just found out the independence war was also called the revolutionary war.. *faceslap*


> Black powder packs a punch when fired (recoil, and depending of how much u load with). unlike todays more controled propelants, cordite and etc.

Actually, that is not true. Pressures are much lower with black powder, thus much lower velocities and recoil.

It doesn’t appear to be a shotgun, but a flint lock rifle with a double set trigger – e.g. target or sniper rifle. But the BP limitation still holds true.


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