Apologies if this isn't the right section. So, I'm writing this Western, and just when I got 80 pages into it, I was very underwhelmed with the climax I was getting ready to right even though I had it all planned out. Then another plot popped in my head. I'm unsure of which one to go with. Plot A: With the help of a Bounty Hunter named Nathan, Natalie sets out to obtain enough money to buy back her ranch from the Government by teaming with him and collecting bounties. Along the way, the two of them hear about two men that stole caches of Gold they found in a Swamp -- one man keeps it at his house, the other man keeps it locked up in a safe in a Bank he owns guarded by Lawmen on his payroll. The Banker puts a bounty on his partner, which a woman named Tess picks up. She then teams up with some Bandits called the Wolves and formulate a Bank Heist to steal the other half. Both storylines end up intersecting towards the end as their paths cross at the bank during the heist. That's where I stopped. Plot B: The same as Plot A, except no Tess, no Wolves, and no Banker. Nathan and Natalie's journey remains the same. However, once the two of them hear about the Gold, Natalie ditches Nathan, tracks the man to his house, kills him in cold blood and takes the Gold for herself. I did this turn to show her desperation, willing to do whatever it took to save the ranch that her Father left her because the bounty hunting was taking too long. Eventually, I would have Natalie become a full on villain, leading to her being another bounty for Nathan to collect. Which one do you guys think sounds a little more compelling?