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Title: Proposition
Challenge/Prompt: #3 - Opportunity
Characters: Reno, Rude
Rating: PG-13
Disclaimer: Characters belong to Square-Enix.

"You in or out?"

As Reno considered the proposition, he reached inside his jacket pocket for a cigarette. The bodyguard reacted to Reno's suspicious movements, pulling a gun from his belt, but the bookie made him put the weapon away.

Dropping the cigarette, Reno reached inside his jacket with both hands, swiftly drawing out two pistols, which incited instant panic from the distracted men in front of him. The bodyguard fumbled awkwardly, as Reno opened up on both of them.

"Couldn't wait, I see," Rude said.

Reno smirked, hearing his partner approach. He wasn't known for passing up perfect opportunities.
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Welcome back! Thank you for participating in last week's prompt. (And a special thanks to everyone who commented, our authors appreciate that very much.) ^_^

If you're visiting us for the first time, we're glad to have you. Feel free to jump in and have a go at our third prompt

This week's prompt is... #3: Opportunity.

What sort of opportunity is waiting behind closed doors? The options are limitless, in a world of magic and machines: a job, new love, an attack made at the perfect time, a questionable moral decision, etc. Will your character take that opportunity, turn it down, or just completely ignore it? Most opportunities seem like good things, but what if taking one turns out to be a mistake?

If you'd like to read over the definition of the word "opportunity", click here for Merriam-Webster's official write up.

Take or decline whatever opportunies you wish, but remember to keep it to 100 words.

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