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A very short little chapter about irrational fear. Ironic to see someone trying so hard to be tough soldier but to be frightened of a dentist. No matter how crazy it seemed to have a good tooth pulled, there are times when conquering fears becomes more important than anything else. If he couldn't face the dentist how could he face the enemy? Or himself?
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