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...rehead, leaving a trail of red blood running down the bridge of his nose. Hamlet felt the pang of the poison working and signaled Horatio, who was hiding beside the doors, to come close. “Tell Fortinbras to take everything. You are a good friend, please stay alive. I need you to tell what happened. Goodbye Horatio,” Hamlet murmured. A tear fell upon Hamlet’s cheek.
The next morning, Fortinbras glided through the halls of Denmark Exchange, Inc., with his pack of lawyers behind him. As he shoved the door open to his new office, there sat Horatio. “Hamlet was an honorable man, but tragedy came. Revenge is an evil thing. They all died. Take a seat Fortinbras. This may take a whole day to explain, and tell your lawyers to leave, they’re not needed.” Fortinbras was suspicious but decided to sit in the chair closest to him. Behind Horatio, sat a dark and mysterious crow.
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