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Bada Boom

I saw this headcanon asked by an anon on @the-flame-and-hawks-eye‘s blog and got super excited…  Hope it was okay that I took off and ran with it.

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“Aw, c’mon Boss,” Havoc whines.  “Just this once.”

“I said no, Havoc.  How many times do I have to repeat myself?” Roy replies.

“Colonel, you always want to brag about your dates, what’s so different about this one?”  Breda adds.

“Everything,” Roy mutters.

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Alhamdulillah I usually always have some of the more friendly encounters with the rednecks in this area. I was at a red light and this dude in an old truck pulls up next to me, redneck as hell. He looked at me and said something and I didn’t hear because of my music so I slowed it down and lowkey got ready for an argument because of all of what’s going on and the area is a bit racist and I did have a Quran hanging on a decor in my car, so I was kind of expecting anything and stayed cautious. But he just asked it he could go in the turn lane when it turns green lol I was like sure yo then he complimented my Mustang and we talked about the engine and all that good jazz until the light turned green.

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One of my favorite things about the “fishing” mission is this little exchange between Al and Roy

Roy doesn’t try to lie to Al, or tell him it’s too dangerous or “leave this to the adults” or whatever. No, he invites him to come with them. Because Alphonse is a badass and just as capable as the adults, and a great asset to them, and Roy recognizes this. He knows him and trusts him and the two of them work together well.

I think this is something a lot of people overlook tbh. I see a lot of fanfiction where- assuming Al and Roy acknowledge each other’s existence at all- Al is incredibly naive and oblivious, while Roy totally babies him and treats him like a fragile little thing, and that’s completely backwards. Al is incredibly capable and Roy knows it and respects him.