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Now this is a wonderful little story. :) The way in which the narrative is written immediately sucks us into the mystery- who is this hunter and who is the flat-tooth who is being chased? Through the hunter's own thoughts we can see that he thinks of himself as friendly, but narrators can be unreliable sometimes... as a result the chase is both thrilling and humorous. This makes the pay off when we find out the mighty hunter is in fact a rodent all the more humorous. Similarly, finding out that the "prey" was in fact Wild Arms makes perfect sense in hindsight. :p

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