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The Most Dangerous Game is written by Richard Connell The story takes place in the Caribbean Sea on Ship Trap Island General Zaroff is not having any challenge or thrill by hunting animals anymore so he decides that hunting humans would be a more fulfilling challenge for him to partake in He goes about hunting humans by buying himself an Island having him a training school and by actually going to hunt peopleGeneral Zaroff buys an Island that everybody including himself calls The Ship Trap Island He pushes a button that turns on a light which makes it looks like there is a lighthouse in the distance so that way people will start to go towards it When the boats or ships arrive close to the fake lighthouse they hit rocks with very sharp edges and the rocks crush the ships that go near the bright light page 12 On some occasions you get the people that will jump off the boat and swim to the shore of Ship Trap Island so they will not sink with the boat These people will go to a training schoolZaroff has something that he likes to call a training school it is down in the cellar of his huge home He welcomes anyone into his home and shows them that he is a very nice man He lets the visitors eat plenty of food and he gives them a place where they can rest he gives them clothes to change into since most of them are wet and he lets them all exercise so that way they are in good physical condition page 12 Zaroff does all this before he hunts themZaroff hunts people because it is more challenging to him than hunting animals If Zaroff wins then that means that the other person is dead however Zaroff has not lost to anybody yet Some of the people that Zaroff has on his Island that he plans on
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