Arrow of Caid -- The Ending

By Lynnette de Sandoval del Valle de los Unicornios


OK, so Arrow of Caid ends ambiguously ...

the storyteller appears and tells us that ...


Archer aimed to miss, was seen by the Bad Guy Chief, who charged the hill with 500 men and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to miss, was seen by the Good Guy Chief, who charged the hill with 500 men and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to miss, killed the hawk that was circling, Dielle charged the hill and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to kill, missed, was seen by the Bad Guy Chief, who charged the hill with 500 men and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to kill, missed, was seen by the Good Guy Chief, who thought he aimed to miss and who charged the hill with 500 men and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to kill, the hawk snatched the arrow out of the air, attracting the Bad Guy Chief's attention, so he charged the hill with 500 men and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to kill, the hawk died flying into the arrow's path to stop it, attracting the Bad Guy Chief's attention, so he charged the hill with 500 men and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to kill, the hawk died flying into the arrow's path to stop it, Dielle charged the hill and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to kill, the hawk died flying into the arrow's path to stop it, attracting the Bad Guy Chief's attention. Dielle and the Bad Guy Chief and his 500 men charged the hill and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to kill, the hawk snatched the arrow out of the air, attracting the Bad Guy Chief's attention. He and Dielle had been fooling around behind everyone's back so they charged the hill with 500 men and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to kill, and did! Dielle had been fooling around with the (now dead) Bad Guy Chief behind everyone's back so she charged the hill with 500 of his men and pounded Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

Archer aimed to kill, and did, and got away. Dielle had been fooling around with the (now dead) Bad Guy Chief behind everyone's back, she tracks him down and finds him just as he ends the story and pounds Archer into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground.

      or      

(Pick one from Column A), walks on the set, solves the mystery and says:, (pick one from Column B)!

DetectiveSays
Sherlock Holmes"Elementary, my dear Freeholder!"
Brother Cadefael"He's sorry, he didn't mean to do it, take these herbs!"
Charlie Chan"Confucious says: Answer is clear to man who sees with his heart!"
Lord Peter"Bunter, my cape!"
Columbo"One more question did the hawk fly or walk?"
Nero Wolfe"Archie, gather the suspects!"
Miss Marple"Tea"

      or      

The Freehold catches up with Timotheus and pounds him into a

T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot in the ground!

      or      

Your answer here:

                                                                                                                 

      or      

Donna climbs out of the shower and says, "Darren, I just had the strangest dream!"

      or      

Tim reminds me that a T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot is a period.

And that that's a good way for a story to end the story

...

with a T ... I ... N ... Y ... little spot.


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