Okay, but Roman and Undertaker really did give us amazing emotion tonight! To watch Undetaker go from being unemotional to annoyed with himself b/c he knew as soon as he chokeslammed Braun, Roman was gonna be waiting with a spear in return. To watch Roman’s jaw twitch when Undertaker rose up from the mat with such ease afterwards, and turn around and seal his faith with so much intensity that his whole body shook, made Roman’s mouth tremble!! This is gonna be a good feud guys!!!
On this day: The latest chapter in The Rock and Mankind’s rivalry is written when the two meet in a Ladder Match one night after their Last Man Standing bout went to a Draw, but new Corporation member Paul Wight ensures a winner by chokeslamming Mankind off the ladder to let Rock grab his 3rd WWF Championship. (2/15/99)
Everyone going on about how Deacon isn’t
a romance option and I’m like …????
Because my Survivor has dragged Mr. Incognito
back and forth across this murder trap of a state for the mere pleasure of his
company. They have assaulted super mutant strongholds, dodging dog-monsters and
missile fire for the singular purpose of retrieving a collectable Vault-Tec bobblehead.
They have been imprisoned in a cannibalistic meat processing plant. They have
waded waist-deep in the swampy marshes of the perilous south end. The two of
them – TWO – have besieged the Gunners mercenary compound in Quincy. My
Survivor has led Deeks into the irradiated hellhole known as the Glowing Sea for no
better reason than he was bored. Instead of popping a stealthboy and sneaking away
like Deacon’s every instinct tells him, he has helped charge down mirelurks as
big as houses; deathclaws that can chokeslam a full grown man; even pissed off even the
boogeyman of the Boston Common, the beast of legend, Swan.
That is not fucking Railroad business. They
aren’t gathering intel when they’re rummaging through a tetanus-ridden junkyard
in Podunk, USA. And after the thirtieth deathclaw it’s clear the Survivor doesn’t
need Deacon to protect their dumb butt. In my mind there is no other freaking explanation
for Deacon sticking around to face down death at the Survivor’s whim other than
because he is hopelessly in love.
And people think he doesn’t love the player
character…. why? Because he doesn’t say it? Well of course he doesn’t say it; if he
did the Survivor would doubt the honesty and sincerity of it, because that’s what
he has been training them to do from the start.
So, to (loosely) quote Deacon himself: “Hello,
Words. I’m Actions, and I’m speaking awfully loud right now…”