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In a small town in Maine, the End of the World is nigh. Supplies are running low, and the only thing that can save the day is a mysterious box that has been passed down through the generations. The townspeople are divided on whether to open the box and risk everything, or just let it sit and be forgotten.

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Question: A short 250-500-word creative story based on the play that changes the story in any way shape or form. This is can be a time change, a character change, or another part of the story you wish to change!

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Once upon a time, there was a young protagonist named Hamlet. He had grown up in the kingdom of Denmark, raised in the shadow of his father, the former king. However, shortly after his coronation, Hamlet's uncle, Claudius, seized the throne and married Hamlet's mother, Gertrude. Hamlet was filled with rage and a deep sense of betrayal. He spent his days plotting revenge against his uncle, but he could not find the strength to take action. Instead, he sank into a deep depression, consumed by his grief and his anger. One day, while wandering the castle gardens, Hamlet chanced upon a strange and ancient artifact. It was a small, intricately carved box, and within it, he found a set of ancient runes. As he studied them, he realized that they held the key to his revenge. With the help of some trusted allies, Hamlet deciphered the runes, discovering that they would allow him to travel back in time and prevent his father's murder. But there was a catch: to complete the time travel, he would have to sacrifice his own life. Despite the risks, Hamlet was determined to go through with the plan. He set his affairs in order, bidding farewell to his friends and family. As he prepared to activate the runes, he knew that he might never return. Suddenly, Hamlet awoke in the forest outside the castle. He was young again, and he realized that he had successfully traveled back in time. He quickly made his way to the castle, where he found his father on the throne, alive and well. At first, Hamlet was overjoyed. But as he looked around, he realized that his memories of the future were fading fast. He knew that he would have to be careful not to change anything, or risk altering the course of history. Hamlet spent several years living in the past, helping his father rule the kingdom and growing up alongside his childhood friends. And as he watched his uncle, Claudius, grow older, he felt a sense of satisfaction that justice had been served. As his own death approached, Hamlet was at peace with his fate. He knew that his actions had helped shape the future, ensuring that his father would live to rule another day. And as he closed his eyes for the final time, he hoped that his legacy would live on for generations to come.

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March 23, 2023, 10:48 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, March 23, 2023

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