Would you want a watch that you can never remove from your wrist? Would you want this exclusive piece of jewelry that only the powerful, rich, and elite can afford? Coe Vessel is smart, and crafty, and has a fairly good team. Mr. Watanabe is the man who created this watch called Cassius Seven. But what exactly is it? Check out the demonstration with the apple and the rabbit you might shy away from it and fear what it might do to you. Coe pitches two campaigns but the third will stun you as we learn exactly what this watch can do. The demographics and the target customer group would be downtrodden, sullen suicidal, and hoping to end it all but uniquely and spectacularly. The New Nihilists are called. When you put on the watch you will feel something, and you cannot remove it at all. Coe renamed it the Death Watch as once you have it on the watch will determine your life span and more. Your death will be painful, but you won’t know when it’s coming. Would you want one?
As the team of Coe, Wren, Nathan, Lothar and the son of Watanabe join forces they have to create a campaign plan to attract buyers. Brainstorming and coming up with ideas Wren and Harup text messages to each other and lists come about but will these be the people targeted? Concepts are given, ten days to create a campaign or lose the account, will they be able to do this and get people to buy a watch for fifty thousand dollars? What about the mask the Yohji brings to the meeting to show that the mask might help sell watches but in reality, it failed to deliver? Will they get it straight? The goal is money, the people might be men who want to look brave but are not. Men trying to outdo each other or men with something to prove or even people who are sick and who think they messed up in the world or Arty Narcissists like Watanabe or Anti-Natalists who were sorry they were born. The lists get longer as they continue to brainstorm but the Death Team has a long way to the author brings in a second issue Vanessa. Who is she and why should Coe rent her an apartment and just what is her marketing skills that are not ordinary and might cause him so other issues? Then the big launch as Watanabe takes center stage. A launch and a demonstration shook the listeners and the world as Watanabe showed the knives within the watch and alluded and showed what it could do. Would you want a watch that controlled your lifespan? Was this watch real and what happens when Coe learns that he cannot remove it, there is no code, and he was and is the first person to buy one? How will he react if he learns the truth? Emails from Tokyo were supposed to be contacted but were not and were kicked back. Vanessa and her clients and asking her for help to find out just what was happening. Seeing an old friend at the demonstration and Coe might be feeling just a bit skeptical about what he just got into will anyone buy this watch before they lose the account and much more?
Focuses we’re on selling the watch but the emphasis was ignored on the harsh reality and horrors that began to happen. Campaigns sell to a point and when asked if the watch did kill the wearer, Coe said it was a fake but when the first victim dies and more follow him does Team Death handle the press, public, and their guilt? Vanessa is smart and ideas are flooded as she tries to help stop sales. Alta shows up and wants to help as heads work together, Nathan has to choose sides, and the rest watch in fear. People are still buying it and some listen to Watanabe as he tries to keep the hype going people are still buying it and he spouts off how your life will end anyway and whether this watch will make it faster or not. Coe is told he’s no longer needed and seeks out a doctor who might be able to perform surgery to remove the watch. Endings are not new starts as you will learn. Blindsided and scammed Coe will learn more than a hard lesson in the end.
A watch as deadly as a virus or disease with no cure. A group of people that just wanted to make money and never saw it coming until it was too late. A man and a son without remorse and spouting off their philosophies to the public and the catalyst and killer was an ordinary piece of jewelry we all count on for a time and more: a watch that had a lifespan for the wearer of its own. The author leaves us wondering just how sad and desperate people, who feel hopeless or want to prove they are rich can take a risk either way for the result. Would you wear this watch knowing it controlled your fate: Death Watch: your choice yes or no?
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