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Cowboy Predicament

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"Once upon a time, the West was wild with a new and invasive species called... "cowboys." This is the story of three such cowpokes. Every day, skyfellers caused problems for Mel, Al, and Chase as they tried to run their farm. But one day they couldn't pay their tab at the saloon. Because of that, they captured a skyfeller to sell viewings, rides, and experiences. Because of that, Mel started taking extreme actions to control the skyfeller and keep it from escaping. Because of that, Chase let the skyfeller go so he wouldn't have to see him suffer anymore and the three were flat broke again. Until finally, after some time away, the skyfeller returned with an egg, trusting Chase with it. Ever since that day, the three have run a successful skyfeller ranch. The moral of the story is we're all animals and respond to aggression or love basically the same." Would love any feedback you have to give on the story, characters, and world ^__^ And, yes, the skyfeller in question is a "he" who lays eggs. I know a few of those in real life.

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Meredith
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