First the sailors accuse the mercenaries and then they brawl it out in the chow hall. Teeth flew everywhere, blood running from noses and broken jaws. The metallic surface of the spaceship was ruined. A man in his apron and brandishing a cleaver began to throw a box of baking soda at everyone involved.
"I will end you for this"
The venom in his voice sent everyone spines into a shivering motion.
"Aha, what if instead of current engines being fed propanium we modified them to run on lotanium which would make our ships faster in this endless void"
The butcher threw the hot headed professor out of the wagon which was speeding at 300 kilometres an hour.
"Do not leave me" he shouted but the butcher made up his mind already. The professor went flying down into the darkness of the spaceship.
The brawl was going fine until the captain showed, playing the xylophone and his pet butterfly flew up and down.
"Yer all yeller, mi laddies"
The ground rumbled beneath them, shook the whole place. All the people going left and right, the postage stamps vibrating in the corner. Some went over the board but that is to be expected. The captain keeping his hands on the well balanced business consultant who looked at the captain with a contemptous look.
"Will get off, man"
"If I let go, I may die"
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The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:
Begin Start typing to begin
Event A fight breaks out
Location A space ship
Words Reach 50 words
Prop Include a box of baking soda
Character An old-fashioned butcher
Sentence "I will end you for this."
Letter Use the letter V
Words Reach 100 words
Character A hot-headed professor
Prop Include a wagon
Event Someone has a world-changing idea
Sentence "Do not leave me."
Letter Use the letter Y
Prop Include a postage stamp
Event An earthquake hits
Words Reach 200 words
Character An irritable business consultant
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