I’m at Diamond City for the first time and after talking to Piper, Dogmeat runs off. I follow him only to find him sniffing at a Diamond City guard that looks oddly familiar (Fucking Deacon). Now it’s spawned a headcanon that, while Deacon was watching the entrance to Vault 111 (There’s a railroad watch post on the ledge to the left as you come out) Dogmeat came and said hello. So now, weeks later at Diamond city, it’s just like;
Deacon: *whispering* “Yes, yes. Hello again”
“Yes, it’s nice to see you too.”
“Come on, man! You gotta-*Sole appears. Deacon pretends to act cool by lighting a cigarette* Hey. What’s up?”
As the anon who's confessed their crush on you three times, I am slightly hurt! But shoot I'm a girl too so damn... also I'm not British... im French.. does that count?
Oh no!!! I’m sorry, my love! Your crush is noted and appreciated 😘😘😘 tbh I have so little self-confidence and can not comprehend that someone (let alone multiple someone’s) would actually have a crush on me, so I have always just assumed you were just being nice! But yes, French is good too and I love you lots!!!! ❤❤❤ (please don’t hate me!)
The fourteenth Compte de Targaryen was a man of great excess and little conscience. He delighted in wine and cards, the overindulgence of the former often leading to fits of paranoia and violence.
The Compte was fifteen when he wed Rhaella, a princess of the blood and his own lady cousin. The Comptess was a gentle lady, and thought a beauty by many, but was treated with the same contempt and cruelty that her husband showed to his tenants.
She bore two living sons:
The elder, the Vicompte Rhaegar, was a youth of great feeling, though he shared none of his father tendency towards caprice. While both an accomplished rider and swordsman, the Vicompte preferred quieter pursuits and spent much of his time away from court (and his father) in the family’s country chateau.
The younger, the Vicompte Viserys, was the Comptess’s first child to survive infancy after more than a decade of stillbirths, sickness, and disappointment, and thus was much beloved by his lady mother.