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I didn’t have many questions when it came to making the comic of Act 4; it was fun drawing and writing the small comic. I tried my best in making it look good, even though I didn’t color it. I didn’t know if I had to do only one scene in the Act I chose to do, so I just did the whole thing.

This XP experience was great to learn about since I kept referring it to video games. It was pretty fun to do even though Shakespeare wasn’t great to read. Overall, I think this experience was worth it and making classes fun at the same time.

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