Attitude Problem

Panel 1: Veronica, Frank, and GM stand in front of the entrance to the lighthouse’s balcony.

Veronica has her hands out in an entreating gesture towards GM as she suggests “Why don’t we pretend I was working for Frank the entire time?”

Frank is excited by this suggestion, as he grins in a faux evil manner, his. eyes narrowed. “Yes!” says Frank. “The ‘kidnapping’ thing was a ploy to get the PCS to trust her.”

GM looks at Veronica and Frank, an unimpressed look on his face.
Panel 2: GM and Frank stand in front of the right hand side of the entrance to the lighthouse’s balcony. GM is tapping a finger against the side of his face, a thoughtful expression on his face. Meanwhile, Frank excitedly pops out from behind Frank to the right, an eager expression on his face.

“I **have** been trying to figure out a better reason for . .” ponders GM.

“Yes?” asks Frank, excitedly.
Panel 3: GM stands in front of an almost black background. He is outlined in white to help contrast him from the background. He faces forward, eyes closed, with his hands up in a stopping motion.

“Wait,” GM says. “No.”
Panel 4: Veronica and GM stand in front of a light pink background. Both characters are outlined in white to help contrast them from the background. Veronica and GM stand face to face. GM is visibly frustrated with Veronica, while Veronica gives him an unimpressed look.

“You don’t get to be an antagonist just because you keep breaking the rules,” says GM.
Panel 5: Veronica stands in front of the open wooden door of the balcony entrance. Her eyes are narrowed, and she holds her hands out to either side.

“Well, not with that attitude,” she says.

Transcript

Panel 1

Veronica, Frank, and GM stand in front of the entrance to the lighthouse’s balcony.

Veronica has her hands out in an entreating gesture towards GM as she suggests “Why don’t we pretend I was working for Frank the entire time?”

Frank is excited by this suggestion, as he grins in a faux evil manner, his. eyes narrowed. “Yes!” says Frank. “The ‘kidnapping’ thing was a ploy to get the PCS to trust her.”

GM looks at Veronica and Frank, an unimpressed look on his face.

Panel 2

GM and Frank stand in front of the right hand side of the entrance to the lighthouse’s balcony. GM is tapping a finger against the side of his face, a thoughtful expression on his face. Meanwhile, Frank excitedly pops out from behind Frank to the right, an eager expression on his face.

“I have been trying to figure out a better reason for . .” ponders GM.

“Yes?” asks Frank, excitedly.

Panel 3

GM stands in front of an almost black background. He is outlined in white to help contrast him from the background. He faces forward, eyes closed, with his hands up in a stopping motion.

“Wait,” GM says. “No.”

Panel 4

Veronica and GM stand in front of a light pink background. Both characters are outlined in white to help contrast them from the background. Veronica and GM stand face to face. GM is visibly frustrated with Veronica, while Veronica gives him an unimpressed look.

“You don’t get to be an antagonist just because you keep breaking the rules,” says GM.

Panel 5

Veronica stands in front of the open wooden door of the balcony entrance. Her eyes are narrowed, and she holds her hands out to either side.

“Well, not with that attitude,” she says.

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