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Waking Nightmare - Chapter 28

2020.11.26 22:52 FudgeSuprme Waking Nightmare - Chapter 28

(Finished it early so here you go.)
[You chose to join him.]
He clearly wants to go, so you may as well go with him.
You: “Just... Let me come with you. In case you start a fight.”
Elijah: “Sure, let’s go.”
He starts climbing the fire escape. As you start, you look to Amy.
You: “You coming?”
Amy: “Um...”
She looks up the fire escape and then to where you say Alvita.
Amy: “Sure. May as well.”
The three of you ascend the fire escape to the rooftops. You start to jump across the smaller gaps in the rooftops, mainly so Elijah’s wooden leg doesn’t break and so he doesn’t die. You keep track of Alvita as best as you can, but you eventually lose her. The three of you stand on a rooftop and scan the area with your eyes to see if you can find her.
You: “Where is she?”
Elijah: “Gone. We’ve lost her.”
Alvita: “No you haven’t.”
You all turn around as Alvita steps out from behind a chimney. You feel slightly uneasy.
Alvita: “Where are you following me?”
Elijah: “Why are you selling around the city?”
Alvita: “It’s none of your business.”
Elijah: “It is. You’re hiding something.”
You: “Calm down, Elijah.”
Elijah: “What are you doing? You’re hiding something, and we need to know what it is.”
Alvita: “You don’t need to know jack-shit.”
Amy: “It is kinda suspicious.”
Alvita just looks between Elijah and Amy, then her eyes fall on you.
Alvita: “And what’d you think?”
You hesitate before speaking.
You: “Well... It does look weird. You, just... Wandering around random places by yourself in the night.”
Alvita remains silent for a second. She starts to walk away.
Alvita: “Go back to the others.”
Elijah tries to go after her.
Elijah: “Fuck off. You can’t just-“
She quickly turns on him and holds her butterfly knife up to him.
Alvita: “Go. Back. To the others.”
Elijah states her down for a second before walking away from her. You and Amy follow after him as Alvita watches you go. You make it back to your building without any issues but in complete silence. Amy starts to head down the fire escape, but you notice that Elijah is just stood there, staring at where you just were. You turn to Amy.
You: “Hey, just... Go down. I’m gonna... Check on him.”
Amy: “Alright. See you tomorrow.”
You: “Yeah, see you.”
She descends the fire escape as you walk over to stand beside Elijah. It’s silent for a moment.
You: “You ok?”
He doesn’t say anything.
You: “Yeah, that’s... Kinda a stupid question, isn’t it?”
He still doesn’t say anything.
You: “Do you... Wanna talk? Or... Just be left alone or what?”
He sighs.
Elijah: “I dunno.”
You: “Alright, well... I’ll just stay here until you work it out.”
It goes quiet again. He quiet puts on edge a bit, so you just start rambling.
You: “I’ve never spent a lot of time in the city. I mean, before. I lived in Richmond for a while so I’ve... Obviously been in a city.”
He doesn’t react at all.
You: “I was kinda scared of them when I was a kid. They were full of strange people and I was scared of getting lost. But, I was like... Six, or something, so it’s fair enough being scared then, isn’t it? But it wasn’t really that much of a risk because we spent most of our time in the suburbs.”
You look to Elijah and he’s just laughing.
You: “What?”
Elijah: “Sorry, it’s just... You talk so much shit.”
You: “Hey!”
Elijah: “Sorry. Sorry.”
He comes down from his laughing fit, finally calming down.
You: “So, you ok?”
Elijah: “I think so. I’m pissed.”
You: “Cause she pulled her knife on you?”
Elijah: “Yeah. That... I didn’t expect that. Y'know, we... We’ve been a group for a long time and now it’s just me and her left and I... It’s obvious that we were just in the same group. We weren’t friends.”
You: “I don’t think that’s true. I think... She must just be having a tough time of it right now.”
Elijah: “I guess. But it’s been tough before and we stayed as a group.”
You: “You mean when you... Lost your leg?”
Elijah just gives you a look.
You: “Please tell me what happened.”
Elijah: “Do you actually wanna know?”
You: “Yeah. We’re friends.”
Elijah: “Alright, fine. I... I can’t remember how long ago it was, but it was a while ago. Anyway, we were in a city like this one...”
[Flashback. You are Elijah.]
There’s a massive herd in the city underneath you, and you’re trying to wait it out. Samantha and Gareth went out to try and more food about an hour ago, you’ve been distracting Hazel as Alvita sits in the corner, playing with her butterfly knife. You’re playing, I spy, it’s your go.
You: “I spy, with my little eye, something beginning with....”
You see a potted plant in the window.
You: “...P.”
Hazel: “Pan?”
You: “No.”
She looks around the entire room.
Hazel: “Oh, plant.”
You: “Yes. You’re good at this.”
Hazel: “I know.”
You: “Right, your turn.”
Hazel: “I spy, with my little eye, something beginning with... N.”
You look around the room, you don’t see any N things.
You: “Nose?”
She shakes her head. You see a picture of a young married couple, the woman has a necklace.
You: “Necklace?”
She shakes her head again. You don’t see any other N things.
You: “Alright, I give up. What is it?”
She points at Alvita’s knife.
You: “Knife?”
Hazel: “Yes.”
You: “Knife doesn’t start with an N. It starts with a K.”
Hazel: “Does it?”
You: “Yes.”
Hazel: “Oh.”
You laugh a little. You look at Alvita sitting in the corner.
You: “Hey, Alvita. You have a turn.”
Alvita: “I’m good.”
You: “Come on, play.”
Hazel: “Please.”
Alvita stops playing with her knife and looks around the room.
Alvita: “S.”
You and Hazel both look around the room.
Hazel: “Shadow?”
Alvita: “No.”
Hazel: “Socks?”
Alvita: “No.”
You point at yourself.
You: “Spanish speaker.”
She chuckles a little bit.
Alvita: “No.”
Hazel: “What is it?”
She points to an old, half-torn up shoe, hiding behind the couch.
You: “That’s not fair. There’s no way we could’ve gotten that.”
Alvita: “That’s the game.”
You smile a bit.
Hazel: “I need the bathroom.”
You: “Well you know where it is.”
She runs off to the bathroom, leaving you with Alvita.
You: “Why don’t you talk much?”
Alvita: “Because I don’t.”
You: “But, why? Everyone in this group is pretty easy to read but... You aren’t, and it’s because you don’t talk. So why not?”
Alvita stares at you for a moment.
Alvita: “I’ve had... Some bad experiences. With family and other people.”
You: “Like what?”
Alvita: “None of your business.”
You really want to know. You decide to tell her about one of your brothers.
You: “Before... Before you all found me on that highway, that last person that I had really talked to was my brother, Samuel. He got shot through the throat and choked to death on his own blood.”
Alvita looks at you for a second.
Alvita: “Last time I was in a city, I lost my little sister in a herd. I don’t know what happened to her... She just vanished.”
You: “I’m sorry.”
Alvita: “I’m sorry, about your brother.”
You both sit in a brief silence.
Alvita: “I’m glad we brought you with us.”
Elijah: “Aww... Thank you, why?”
Alvita: “I saw you with Hazel when we met. I knew you could take care of her.”
You: “Right, so... I’m a babysitter?”
Alvita: “No. You’re someone who can always be there for her. At least... You could be if you stopped arguing with Samantha all the time.”
You: “I can’t see that happening.”
Alvita: “Try.”
You: “Alright... I’ll try.”
She nods at you. Hazel comes back to sit beside you, and a little while later, Gareth and Samantha climb in through the window.
Alvita: “Anything?”
Samantha: “No. The only food left is what we have. And that isn’t enough.”
Gareth: “We need to get out of here.”
Samantha: “How?”
Gareth: “I don’t know, let’s just... Think of a bit.”
Samantha: “We don’t have time.”
You: “There might be one thing that we could do.”
Samantha: “What?”
You: “Well, I met a guy who said that if you cover yourself with walker's guts, then you can just walk through them. I didn’t believe him but... Then I did it and it worked.”
Gareth: “There’s no way.”
Alvita: “It’s true. I’ve done it.”
Samantha: “That’s too dangerous.”
You: “It’s the only option. I’m sorry but... It’s this or starve.”
They both think for a second.
Alvita: “He’s right. You know he is.”
Gareth: “Dammit. He is.”
Samantha: “How... How dangerous is it?”
You: “As long as you act like a walker, you’ll be fine.”
Samantha: “Ok... Let’s do it.”
You all climb out the window and move quietly down the fire escape. When you get to the bottom you get the attention of two walkers and you kill them. You all start covering yourself.
Hazel: “Elijah, I’m scared.”
You kneel next to her.
You: “You just stay near one of us and you’ll be fine. Ok?”
She nods her head.
You: “Nothing will go wrong.”
Alvita: “We can’t waste time. Just walk slowly and you’ll be fine.”
You all start to walk through the walker infested city. After a few minutes of walking, you start to come up to a bridge that leads out of the city, it doesn’t have that many walkers on it. You walk quietly. As you do, you look to see if Hazel is beside you. She isn’t. You look around for her. You can’t see her. As you’re distracted, you walk into a walker. It turns a growl. You move away, quickly. But there’s another one in your face. You dodge through some walkers until you trip on one of them. You fall, taking it down with you. You scramble to get away, but it grabs your leg and takes a bit. You shout out in pain.
Gareth: “Dammit.”
Gareth and Samantha start shooting walkers as Alvita pulls you up to your feet. She helps you run as the other two hold off walkers. Hazel runs next to you, you can’t run that fast anymore. A little later, you all make it to some kind of workshop. Alvita helps you onto a table.
You: “It got me.”
Gareth: “That leg has to come off.”
You: “Huh?”
Alvita: “He’s right.”
You: “No, n-no, no.”
Gareth: “Hold him down.”
Alvita grabs your arms and Samantha grabs your legs.
Samantha: “Hazel, don’t look.”
Hazel closes her eyes and puts her hands over her ears. Gareth picks up a saw, holds your leg and lines up the saw.
You: “Wait, wait, wait, wait.”
He starts cutting into your leg. You scream in pain.
You: “¡Mierda! ¡Mierda! ¿Qué demonios? ¡Santa mierda!”
Gareth finishes cutting your leg off. Everyone starts talking, but you don’t hear them, you’re to busy passing out. You wake up with a cloth wrapped around your leg. It’s gone.
[End of flashback. You are Abbie.]
You don’t say anything.
Elijah: “For the next couple of weeks I essentially had to be carried around everywhere. Then we made this shitty replacement.”
You: “That’s... Some story.”
Elijah: “Not really. It’s probably happened to thousands of people. Not to mention the people who aren’t as lucky as me. It’s a normal thing now.”
You: “That doesn’t make it any less serious.”
Elijah: “Come on, it’s not that serious anymore. Look.”
He sits down and starts to detach his leg. He pulls it off and waves it around at you.
Elijah: “There it is.”
You: “Yeah... I can see it.”
You sit next to him as he just holds the wooden prosthetic.
Elijah: “It’s not that serious. Because I had a group to help me out. And they helped me until I had this.”
He stares at the leg before reattaching it. He doesn’t say anything else.
You: “Hey, Elijah... Y'know... You’ve got a bigger group now. I know we’re different people, but... We’re still a group.”
Elijah: “I know. It just... Sucks. Me and her, we... We’re the last of the old group. I thought, I dunno... I thought that’d mean something. But... Apparently not.”
You: “It does mean something. You both went through some much together before and that all still happened. That history’s still there, it didn’t just leave.”
Elijah doesn’t say a word, just sits in silence with you. After a few seconds, he stands up.
Elijah: “I’m pretty wrecked, so...”
You: “Yeah. I get it.”
You both go back down the fire escape and quietly go back into the apartment. You find a place to sleep and quickly go under.
[Time Skip: Eight Hours Later.]
You wake up having not had a Chris nightmare, which is good. Everyone slowly gets up and leaves the apartment, getting ready to head onto the next city.
Javi: “So where's the next place?”
Harold: “Close. Really close. Look.”
Harold shows the group the map. You are in Newport News and the next place is Hampton, turns out the two cities are connected.
Harold: “We just gotta stick to the roads and avoid any trouble, and we’ll be there soon enough.”
Javi: “Good. Let’s go.”
The group starts walking through the streets of the city. You notice Dean and Hope walking near each other. He holds out her gun to her.
Dean: “You can have this back. You did good... With that Delta guy.”
She takes the gun.
Hope: “Thanks... I don’t blame you. For keeping it. You were just being cautious.”
Dean: “Yeah.”
The two keep walking in silence. Everything is pretty normal for a while until you realise that you don’t know where you are. Harold and Javi look at the map, trying to navigate their way through the streets. You look around for and sign of where you might be, but it’s hopeless. A sudden gunshot goes off, causing everyone to look around frantically.
Dean: “Where the hell did that come from?”
Nikolai: “I do not know.”
More shots start coming. It sounds like a full-on battle, and the noise is drawing the dead. The beginning of a herd starts staggering towards you. Stryker barks at them and almost takes off to fight them, but Chloe picks him up before he can. People start taking out as many walkers as they can, but they keep coming.
Harold: “Move. Find somewhere to hide.”
The group starts running away from the incoming herd. You’re not sure how you got to where you are, but Javi is currently trying to break through a random door as the others take out the herd.
Harold: “Javi! Hurry up!”
Javi: “I’m trying!”
Nikolai: “Move.”
Nikolai moves Javi out of the way and starts ramming his shoulder into the door. He’s making more progress than Javi was. Harold sets his shotgun down and starts helping Nikolai, eventually the pair break through the door. You’re about to run to safety when you hear two cries.
Dean: “Bunch of fuckers!”
Hope: “Shit!”
You turn around to see both Dean and Hope becoming overwhelmed by walkers. Acting quickly and pure on instinct, you pick up Harold’s shotgun and aim to save one of them. Hope’s on your left and Dean’s on your right. How do you save?
[Shot left and save Hope or shot right and save Dean.]
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2020.11.05 01:57 FudgeSuprme Waking Nightmare - Chapter 20

[You chose to follow Amy.]
You almost do a little skip as you chase after Amy.
You: “Hey, wait.”
She stops and turns.
Amy: “Yeah?”
You: “I just... I was just wondering if you, you know? What to hand out for a bit?”
Amy smiles s little bit.
Amy: “Yeah, that’d... I’d like that.”
You: “Cool.”
You smile as you say that. The two of you walk together to the back of the boat and stare out at the shrinking distance of the past parts of the river.
Amy: “What’s your community like? Like, what do you have?”
You: “Most things, electricity running water, hot water, soap, that... That was my favourite one.”
Amy: “You’re favourite was soap?”
You: “Yeah. Why, what do you miss the most?”
Amy: “I... I just miss not having to move around all the time. Harold doesn’t think that staying still for too long is a good idea, it was a miracle that Janice and Dean convinced him to stay at the workshop as long as we did.”
You: “So... You just miss having a home?”
Amy: “Yeah. Well... That’s not what I miss the most, but... It’s good enough.”
You: “What do you... What do you miss the most then?”
Amy doesn’t answer for a second.
Amy: “I... I miss... I miss my family.”
You place a hand on her shoulder, comfortingly.
You: “Yeah, I... I get that. Most days, I either... I either think about my dad or... Or where my brother is and... I know how it feels not having your family with you.”
Amy: “Is it tough? Not knowing what’s happened to him?”
You: “Yeah, it’s... It’s pretty hard. I... I had him back for a bit but... He had to go find his friend and I couldn’t go with him. I just... Hope I’ll see him again.”
Amy pulls her sister's teddy bear out of her pocket and looks down at her.
Amy: “I... I think I’d prefer that to what I’ve got.”
You: “I know... I know you didn’t want to lead me last time, but... What happened to her?”
Amy just stares at the bear in silence.
You: “Hey, it’s... It’s alright if you don’t want to talk about it.”
Amy: “No, I... I want to, I... I want to tell you about her.”
Her slightly teary eyes meet yours as it goes quiet for a second.
Amy: “So, at... At the start, my parents decided to try and stay at the house for as long as we could...”
[Flashback. You are Amy.]
Two months into the apocalypse, and you’re sat in your house helping count the food with your mother. When you finish she steps back, looking worried. She sighs.
Mom: “Another week. That’s the most we’ll get out of this.”
You: “That’s not long.”
Mom: “No. It isn’t.”
Your dad walks in.
Dad: “So?”
Mom: “Another week.”
Dad: “Dammit.”
They both look at the food and think for a second.
Dad: “We could do the big house at the end of the street.”
Mom: “We can’t both go.”
Dad: “We kinda have to.”
She thinks for a second.
Mom: “Fine.”
She opens a drawer, pulls out a gun and hands it to you.
Mom: “Protect your sister. Ok?”
You: “Yeah.”
Dad: “Good girl. Now let’s go.”
They both grab a weapon each and run out of the house. You go to find Holly, your sister. She’s playing her room. You enter.
You: “Hey, Holly.”
Holly: “Hi.”
You: “So, mom and dad went to get more food. So it’s just the two of us.”
Holly: “Will you play with me?”
You: “Yeah, sure.”
You sit down to play with her. After a couple of hours, you do to check to see if your parents have come back, they haven’t. You look the window to see if there’s any sign of them.
Holly: “Where are they?”
She makes you jump. You turn and sit in front of her.
You: “I don’t know. But they’ll be back soon. Alright?”
She nods her head but she doesn’t look sure. You pull her onto your lap and hug her.
You: “They’ll come back. Don’t worry. They’ll come back.”
[Time Skip: Two Days Later.]
They still haven’t come back and you’re pretty sure that they’ve died. You don’t know how to tell Holly. You sit by the window looking out for them. Holly comes up and grabs your hand.
Holly: “Amy?”
You kneel down next to her.
You: “Yeah?”
Holly: “Are they coming?”
You: “I... I don’t think so.”
Tears appear in her eyes in seconds, you hug her tightly as she cries on you. You cry too, but she can’t see that.
You: “Hey. It’s alright, ok... We-we still have each other. Alright?”
She nods with her face still against your shoulder. She pulls back.
You: “We can’t stay here anymore. Do you understand that?”
She nods again.
You: “Ok. I’m... I’m gonna pack some stuff and then... Then we’re going to leave and find a safer place. You just... You wait here.”
You get up and to pack as much food as you can into a bag. You finish packing and throw the bag on your back, you see the gun your mother left you. You pick it up and look it for a second. You put it in your back pocket and go to find Holly.
You: “Holly. Holly, come on, let’s go.”
You run up the stairs to see if she’s in her room, you meet her at the top of the stairs.
You: “What were you doing? We have to go.”
You see she has one of her teddy’s in her arms, a brown bear.
Holly: “Can... Can I... C-can I bring this?”
It’s not essential, but you don’t want to say no.
You: “Sure you can.”
She smiles a little bit.
You: “But, we gotta go, yeah?”
Holly: “Yeah.”
You run down the stairs and go out the front door most of the walkers are gone but there’s still a few left. You feel a small hand take yours, you look down at Holly.
You: “It’s ok. I’ll look after you.”
Holly: “Will we... Will we find a new home?”
You: “Yeah. I promise.”
You start you lead her away from the house to a safer place.
[Time Skip: Two Years Later.]
You never found a safer place. It’s been two years and you still haven’t lived up to your promise. You and Holly are both walking through a snowy forest, looking for a place called Wellington. Holly’s gotten very sick over the last few days.
Holly: “Where are we?”
You: “I don’t know. But we’ll find somewhere soon and then we’ll find out.”
You both continue to walk. That’s all you do from the hour. Just walk. You walk until you hear a thud from behind you. You turn around to see Holly lying face down in the snow. You run over to her and pick her.
You: “Holly! Holly, are you ok?”
She coughs before she gives you a weak nod.
You: “Can you walk?”
She tries to walk but she just falls. You pick her up.
You: “It’s ok. We’ll find a place soon.”
You start walking again. It must take you about two hours but, you finally find a town. You run into the first building you see which is an old fire station. You run into a break room and set Holly down. You lock every door to the room leaving only one entrance and exit. You find a blanket and wrap it around your sister, you then wrap your arms around her.
You: “You’re ok. You’re ok.”
She coughs violently and shakes from the cold. You try your best to warm her up. She falls asleep in your arms so you lay her down somewhere better and check your supplies, you don’t really have anything. You’ll need to search the town for stuff.
[Time Skip: Two Days Later.]
You’re walking through the snow around the small town you found, you’re heading back to the fire station with the supplies. You locked all the doors except for the roof, so you have to climb the building every time, but it’s worth the safety. You climb up and make your way to Holly. You moved her to a better room and made a proper bed for her, but she’s still really sick. You put your bag down and kneel next to her. You stroke her face a bit to wake her up gently. You whisper when you talk.
You: “Hey, how you doing?”
She looks around skittle bit but just closes her eyes and coughs. Her coughing has gotten much worse. You pull something out of your bag.
You: “I found some medicine for you. It’ll taste shit, but you need it. Ok?”
She just nods a bit. She’s so weak. You help her drink some medicine. After a little while, she regains some strength, but it’s still looking really bad. She tries to speak.
Holly: “Amy?”
You: “Yeah. I’m here, what is it?”
Holly: “Am... I gonna... Die?”
Yes.
You: “No. You’ll be ok, soon.”
Holly: “If I die... Will I see... Mom and dad again?”
You: “Yeah, you will. But you... You won’t die.”
She coughs hard again. You sit her up a bit a hug her from behind, just holding her.
Holly: “I’m so cold.”
You: “I know. I know. I’m trying my best for you.”
She coughs again.
Holly: “You’re a... Good sister.”
You: “You really think so?”
Holly: “Yeah... The best.”
You smile a bit, but it’s wiped away when she coughs again. She lies back into you.
You: “Holly?”
She just makes a noise. You feel tears starting.
You: “Holly. I love you so much. Ok? I’ll always love you, no matter what.”
She tries to speak back but it just comes out as quiet babble. She breathes heavily. Until after a few seconds... She stops.
You: “Holly?”
She doesn’t respond at all. You listen for some breathing and try feeling for a pulse. You get nothing. The tears are beginning to reach the tipping point in your eyes. You pull out the gun your mother gave you and put it to the side of her head. You try to speak through chokes and sobs.
You: “I... I’m sorry...”
You tense up for a second and then fire a bullet through her head. It takes a few seconds for you to react to this, but when you do all you do is scream and throw the gun away from you. You grab Holly’s body tightly with both arms and cry into her shoulder, covering your face. It’s a big, loud, ugly cry. You just stay like that, for hours.
[Time Skip: One Day Later.]
You climb out of the hole you’ve dug and try gently set Holly down in it. You use the shovel you found to fill the grave again, with her inside it. You stand there for a while until you have to leave. As you collect your stuff, you see Holly’s brown teddy bear lying on the make-shift bed. It’s seen much better days. You pick it up and look at it, you hold it close to your chest. You put in your bag, throw your bag on your back, and walk away.
[End of flashback. You are Abbie.]
You both stand in silence. A tree falls from Amy’s eye onto the teddy bear.
Amy: “She, uh... I...”
She doesn’t finish, so you hug. You hug her tight. When you pull back, she looks down to the floor of the boat.
Amy: “I never... I never found her the home I promise her. I let her down and... She died because of it.”
You: “Hey. Hey.”
You cup her face in your hands and lift her head, looking into her eyes.
You: “It... Isn’t your fault. Things just... Happen and... We can’t do anything about it, but... That doesn’t make it our fault. It doesn’t make it your fault.”
It goes stilly silent as you gently hold her face in your hands. After a few second, your hands slowly drop back to your sides without you even noticing and you stand normally in front of her.
Amy: “Th-thanks... Abbie... I... That-it... It’s a...”
It’s as if she's too distracted by something to listen to her own words. Or distracted by someone. She faces back out of the end of the boat as she tries to regroup. You face out the back beside her.
Amy: “Thanks... For being here.”
You: “Yeah, I... I’m happy to.”
As you both stand in silence, Amy’s fingers reach out a little bit and start to pull against yours. Your hands become intertwined as you keep looking forward, you try to hide the smile spreading across your face.
[Time Skip: One Hour Later.]
You fell asleep just a few minutes ago and the night is quiet, but when you wake up, you find yourself on a bed. Looking around, you find yourself in a bedroom, specifically the room where Hudson took the bullet out of you. You try to get up, but find yourself tied to the bed.
Chris: “Annoying, isn’t it?”
You start to panic as you look at the doorway where a disfigured Chris stands, with half of a wicked smile. He starts to walk towards.
Chris: “Annoying when something stops you from doing what you want. Like those ties are stopping you from running. Or like how Ollie stopped me from getting what I wanted.”
He looks down above you and blood dribbles onto your face.
Chris: “Well he can’t stop me now... Can he?”
You go to speak, but before you can, Chris climbs on top of you and grabs you by the next.
Chris: “Nothing can stop me now.”
You feel his hand push down harder.
Chris: “Nothing!”
As he shouts in your face, more blood comes done on your face over your eyes. Everything goes black. Then your vision comes back. You shoot up in a cold sweat and look around to find yourself blow deck with the rest of the group, who are all asleep. You feel wildly uncomfortable so you exit back into the open air and lean against the side of the boat. You try to focus your mind off the memory of Chris. You sense someone coming up behind you, so you whirl around in a panic. It’s just Javi.
Javi: “What’re you doing up?”
You: “No-nothing, I’m... Just getting some air.”
Javi: “Really? At this time?”
You: “Yeah, I’m... You know... Weird like that.”
Javi moves right up beside you.
Javi: “Something wrong?”
You: “No, I’m... I’m fine.”
Javi: “You sure? Because... Ever since we met those traders you’ve... You’ve seemed a bit different.”
You just stay silent.
Javi: “What happened?”
As you think about it, your eyes start to water as you cup your hands over your mouth. You take a sudden gasp for air as you start to cry.
Javi: “Hey, hey. It’s alright.”
Hugs you tightly as you bury yourself into his shoulder again.
Javi: “You’re alright.”
You: “Javi, I... I don’t... I don’t know what to do.”
Javi: “It’s ok, you’ll figure it out. And if you want my help... I’ll be here. Whenever you need me.”
You: “I’m just... I wasn’t... I’m-“
Javi: “Ok, don’t talk. Just relax. Relax.”
You try to relax as he holds you, but it's easier said than done.
You: “J’javi, how... How do you... Move on from something? Like... How do you forget it?”
Javi: “Honestly, Abbie... I... Don’t know. But, what I do know is... that you’re a strong person who can always pull through... No matter what's happened... You find a way through it. Ok?”
You: “Yeah, I... I guess.”
Javi: “You’re so strong. Don’t let anything change that about you.”
He just holds onto you for a while as you cry about what happened in the woods that night. There’s always a way through it.
[Time Skip: Twelve Hours Later.]
The boat continues to just trudge along in the water. You lean over the side and look at the water as you smell that signature river smell, the boats starting to get a bit boring. But it becomes slightly interesting again when some starts shouting.
Elijah: “Hey, there’s something ahead!”
Most of you run to the front of the boat to see two concrete paths leading into the river from the shore, but they don’t go in very far.
Chloe: “The heel are those?”
Harold: “Jamestown ferries. More importantly, they’re places where we can stop.”
He walks off, presumably to tell Janice about the ferry ports.
You: “I can’t wait to get off this fucking boat. It’s boring now.”
Javi: “You could do with some patience.”
You: “I have plenty of patience, it just goes away quickly.”
Javi just sighs, clearly not bothered enough to tackle am assessment of your argument. At that moment, you hear another voice, but a different one than anyone on the boat. The voice comes through a megaphone, so it’s not very clear, but you still know who it is.
Gregory: “García. I’m back.”
You move to get a view of where his voice comes from, it’s another boat. A big one, with twice or thrice the people you have.
Gregory: “Sorry it took me a while to chase you, but... Getting the boat started took longer than we thought. But, we’re here now and you can finally die a painful death, sound good?”
Javi: “Why’d you come looking for me!”
Gregory: “The bosses wanted to make sure Richmond's leaders died, you have to die, Javi, it isn’t an option.”
Javi: “I think it is!”
Gregory: “Ok, but, you’re wrong.”
Harold Gabe’s Javi by the arm.
Harold: “How the hell do you expect us to get out of this one?”
Javi: “I... I don’t know.”
Harold: “That’s really helpful, Javi.”
Dean: “Maybe if you stopped being a dick and actually thought about it, you could find a way out.”
Harold: “This isn’t the fucking time to taking cheap shots.”
Dean: “It’s also not the time to be a dick.”
Alvita: “Abandon the boat.”
Everyone looks at her, those are the first words she’s said since Samantha died.
Harold: “What?”
Alvita: “If we stop at the port and just run, then we’ll get away from them sooner or later. So we need to abandon the boat.”
Everyone thinks for a second.
Pastor: “I’m good with that.”
Javi: “Yeah, yeah. Me, too.”
Janice: “No, what, it... It took me months to get this thing to work.”
Alvita: “And it got us this far, saving us about an extra three days journey. I’d say that’s good enough.”
Janice: “You... Fine, I’ll... I’ll pull the thing in.”
She runs back to the wheel and you feel the boat turning into the port as it slows down.
Gregory: “I was worried that you might try that, so I brought this.”
You all look back to see a Delta soldier stood next to Gregory hold an RPG.
Gregory: “Just to make it fun I’m going to let him fire whenever he feels like it, because...”
The boat comes to a stop as you all start to jump.
Gregory: “...I believe in-“
He’s cut off but the sound of a small missile flying out of the RPG, and then the sound of that small missile exploding. Thankfully, because the RPG isn’t the most accurate weapon in the world, it hits more water than boat, causing a big splash in the water. The collision still causes you all to lose balance and fall to the ground.
Gregory: “Fuck it, everyone go mad.”
The Delta soldiers start to fire at you, the best thing most of you can do is just curl up and hope to be missed. This doesn’t work out too well for Janice, as two bullets hit her in critical areas, namely the neck and head. Her body recoils back before flopping onto the ground.
Amy: “Janice!”
She goes to run to Janice, but is forced to hide again by the bullets tearing up the ground. As you hear assault rifle shot after assault rifle shot, you suddenly hear something different. A sniper shot. In fact, you hear quite a few, and the more you hear, the less fire you take from the Delta’s boat. It gets to the point where the soldiers aren’t even firing at you anymore, but sniper shots still ring out in the air. Using this opportunity, Amy moves to Janice’s side, but she’s dead now anyway. You can hear Gregory yelling at his men, even at the distance you’re at.
Gregory: “Either kill that fucking sniper or I’ll kill you!”
A soldier pops his head up from cover, but his forehead immediately explodes open as he’s shot.
Gregory: “Useless! All of you are fucking useless!”
The person who’s shooting at the boat just keeps shooting. Forcing them to turn around and head back upriver. A tall, thin man appears out of the trees with a sniper rifle aimed at the boat.
Javi: “Who the hell are you?”
Man: “Nikolai.”
He speaks with a Russian accent. You see a small speed boat skim across the water, it goes from the Delta’s boat to the river's shore.
Nikolai: “I have a clear shot. Do you want me to take it?”
Alvita: “No.”
Javi: “What?”
Alvita: “I’ll deal with them. Don’t worry about it.”
She picks up her bow and starts running towards where the boat stopped. You kneel beside Amy as she cries over Janice.
You: “Amy... I’m sorry.”
Amy: “She... She can’t be dead.”
You: “She is.”
Amy: “She... She can’t be...”
She breaks down completely on the last word. She starts to cry into your shoulder as you hug her a pull her away from Janice’s body. Dean and Harold pick her up and start to move her towards the river.
Amy: “I want... I want to bury her.”
Harold: “We don’t have any shovels.”
Dean: “Or any time.”
Amy: “Fuck you... Fuck both of you!”
Harold: “Amy, we can’t-“
Amy stands up suddenly and pushes Harold.
Amy: “She was the only one that listened to me... You two were... You were too busy being dicks to each other! So I’m... I’m gonna make you listen! I want to fucking bury her!”
Harold and Dean start to back away from Janice’s body. You move beside Amy and hug her again.
[You are Alvita.]
You stay hidden in the trees as you approach the area where you saw the speed boat land. You see five men pulling guns out the boat and loading them. The main one, who has sunglasses, starts giving out orders.
Man: “Skipper, Rico, go through the woods. Kowalski, Private, go along the river.”
Kowalski: “What about you, Hamish?”
Hamish: “I’ll do my own thing. Go.”
The four of them start to run off in the directions they were told. You decide to stalk Skipper and Rico first. The two walk through the woods, Rico slightly in front. You get an arrow out and wait. You finally jump out to attack. First, you jump through the air, kicking Rico in the head, knocking him to ground. Before Skipper can react you shoot him through the eye. As Rico gets up to fight you, you pull out another bow and use it to slit his throat. Blood pours out if his neck as he falls back down, dead this time. You run off to find Private and Kowalski.
Private: “Are we sure about this?”
Kowalski: “Shut up, Private. You know this is-“
He doesn’t finish because one of your arrows into his head, stick out of his mouth. Private looks around with his gun nervously. While he’s distracted and sacred, you run out and jump at him, wrapping your legs around his neck. You use your momentum to roll onto the ground, landing him on his back with you on top. You flick you butterfly knife in your hands and stab him through the side of the head. As you get up and go to look for the other one, someone tackles you from behind, it’s Hamish. You drop you bow and knife as he grabs you by the back of the head and goes to hit your face against the ground. You stop him by quickly elbowing him, knocking him off you. You both stand up and go to attack each other, but you just deflect off each other. The two of you keep throwing punches and trying kicks, but none land, you’re just dodging and blocking each other. You make a dive for your knife. As you get up you take a wild swing at him, he dodges, but you cut his man-bun off and the two of you just start throwing punches again. Eventually, he throws a punch which you catch, twisting his arm around, you flip him onto his back. You place your boot against his throat and start pushing down, but he grabs by the leg and twists it, causing you to fall on your back and hit your head against a tree stump. You lie there, dazed, seeing two Hamish’s picking up their knives. They slowly become one Hamish, standing over you with his knife, ready to kill you. You lie there defeated. But, instead of killing you, Hamish sticks his knife into his own cheek and draws a long cut down it. He then runs away back to his boat. You get up and gather your things before heading back to the group, you are very confused.
[You are Abbie.]
Dean, Harold and Javi are doing their best to dig a grave without shovels. You and Elijah have just been sitting with Amy as the pastor gets to know Nikolai. All you know about him is that he’s Russian and that he wears a grey janitor suit with a long black coat and black boots, so not much. Alvita comes back.
You: “Did you get them?”
Alvita: “Uh, yeah... They... They’re gone.”
She sits down and stares at the boat as it sails away from you, it’s really small now that it’s gotten further away. Javi comes over to you.
Javi: “We’ve, uh... We’ve got this as deep as we can get it. It’s harder when you're using your hands and broken parts of the boat.”
You put a hand on Amy’s back a gently rub it.
You: “You ok?”
Amy: “Can... I wanna do it alone.”
You: “Alright. That’s ok.”
She composes herself as she goes over to say her goodbye to Janice. You just sit there, feeling empathy and guilt.
[Time Skip: Nine Hours Later. You are Alvita.]
It’s the middle of the night. Everyone’s asleep, they’re all still reeling a bit from Janice’s death. You’re the only one up, you rest by a tree. You’ve been keeping your bow in hand in case you need it, and now you do. You hear a snap of a stick in woods, you stand up from the tree and fire an arrow into the darkness, then you hear a thud and a voice.
Hamish: “What the fuck?”
He steps out into your view with his hands raised.
Hamish: “How the fuck did you do that?”
You: “I’m just lucky.”
Hamish: “No such thing as luck. You killed my guys with skill.”
You: “That makes it five, nothing. You need to step up your game.”
Hamish: “I’m planning to.”
You: “I don’t think you will.”
Hamish: “Why’s that?”
You take a few steps towards him.
You: “You could’ve killed me by the river. There was no way for me to stop you, but you just didn’t do it. Instead...”
You run a hand along his face, where he cut himself.
You: “...You did this and left.”
Hamish: “Yeah, well... It didn’t seem fair.”
You: “That’s not why... Tell me why?”
Hamish pauses for a second.
Hamish: “It doesn’t matter.”
You: “I think it does... I don’t think you like being a soldier. Being forced to hurt innocent people.”
He takes a step back, you can’t tell his expression because of his sunglasses.
Hamish: “I have to go. I have to bury my friend.”
You: “Ok. I’m sorry I shot him.”
He doesn’t say anything else. He just blends back into the darkness.
[Time Skip: Eight Hours Later. You are Abbie.]
You wake up and look around the group, most of them are still asleep, but the ones that are up are sitting around doing nothing. You see Javi sitting on a tree stump with Chloe, you go over and sit with them.
Javi: “Hey, Abbie.”
You: “Hey.”
You put an arm around Chloe.
You: “You alright?”
Chloe: “Yeah... I’m fine... I’m just... I’m gonna miss Janice, she was nice.”
You: “Yeah... She was.”
You all look out at the sun, it’s just about to finish rising.
You: “We’re getting close to Norfolk.”
Javi: “Yeah, we are. We’ll finally find the others.”
Chloe: “How long will it take to get there?”
You: “I don’t know. I’m sorry.”
Chloe rests her head against your shoulder. You tighten your arm around her, pulling her in closer.
Chloe: “I just want to have a proper home.”
You: “We will, Chloe. We will.”
You just sit in silence and watch the sun finish its rise. Wonder what the new day will hold.
This is where I'm finishing season one. I've had a good time so far writing this, hope you've had a good time reading, if you haven't then... Ok. I'm not sure when I'll start the next season but it won't be that long a wait. But, here, at the end of the season, we mourn the deaths of Gareth, Hazel, Samantha and Janice, they will be missed... Or they might just be forgotten about entirely. Hope you enjoyed, goodbye, for now.
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2020.11.03 00:35 FudgeSuprme Waking Nightmare - Chapter 19

[You chose to check the shop.]
If you can find this place, it might be worth your while.
You: “Let’s try looking for it. It can’t hurt, right?”
Dean: “Right. The place will probably be on this road if it’s nearby.”
You all continue following down the road, becoming more and more confident with walking in your on. By the time you see a gas station in the distance, you can walk by yourself, but with s slight limp.
Elijah: “You ok?”
You: “I'm fine.”
Elijah: “Cause I can help you if you need it.”
You: “Elijah, relax... I swear, I’m fine.”
Elijah: “I’m sorry, it’s just... It’s hard not to worry.”
You smile.
You: “That’s sweet, but you don’t have to worry about me.”
Elijah: “Alright, I get it. Abbie is the strongest one among us.”
You: “Damn right.”
He chuckles as you all walk into the gas station. As you both break apart, Javi sneaks up beside you.
Javi: “I like him.”
You jump out of your skin.
You: “Jesus Christ.”
Javi: “You both have my blessing.”
You: “Right, well, nobody asked for your blessing and... Piss off.”
Javi: “What’s wrong? You can talk to me about any of this stuff.”
You speak through gritted.
You: “I know, but I don’t want to. Is that ok, Javier?”
He backs away a little with his hands in the air.
Javi: “Ok, subject dropped.”
You: “Thank you.”
Javi: “But...”
You: “No, buts. I don’t want to talk to you about it.”
Javi: “What about if we were still in Richmond?”
You: “I would’ve found Kate and asked her.”
Javi: “Hey.”
You: “What? Kate’s a girl and I’m a girl, why... Why would I not ask her?”
Javi: “I... I don’t know. But I’m hurt that you wouldn’t ask me.”
You: “I would’ve asked you after, Javi. Does that fix your ego?”
Javi: “Not completely.”
You shove him with one arm as he laughs and walks away. The group searches through all the parts of the gas station, which is the main shop and the back room. Hudson walks out of the backroom triumphantly waving a key around.
Pastor: “Found these.”
He tosses them through the air and Javi catches them and inspects them.
Javi: “We can get back so much quicker with this.”
Dean: “As long as we have gas, which we might not.”
Pastor: “But we might. So, let’s check.”
Javi and Hudson leave to find the car that matches the keys.
Dean: “Fucker.”
You: “What’s your problem him? You’ve been hostile and off-putting ever since you met him, why?”
Dean: “None of your business.”
You: “If he’s gonna come with us, and if your gonna keep being an ass, then it might be everyone’s business.”
Dean: “Well it isn’t right now, so leave it.”
He turns and walks away as Javi comes back through the door.
Javi: “We found the car.”
You all follow Javi around the corner of the gas station to see the pastor sitting in the driver’s seat of a pick-up truck.
Pastor: “Get in, I know the way to Hopewell.”
You all climb into the pick up as he takes off, bringing you back to the others. After a few hours of straight driving, you pull up near the group and climb out of the pick-up. Everyone watches you walk towards, and they notice you limping.
Chloe: “Abbie!”
She runs over, stopping just before she barrels into.
Chloe: “Are you ok?”
You: “Yeah. I’m fine. The pastor helped me out.”
Chloe: “Who?”
Pastor: “Me.”
Hudson shows himself from behind Javi, he gets a big smile on his face when she sees Chloe’s ginger hair.
Pastor: “Hey! Snap!”
He points quickly between his and her head.
You: “He took the bullet out of me.”
Chloe: “Bullet?”
You: “Oh, right, I... Got shot. But, I’m fine, because he helped.”
Chloe: “Thank you.”
Pastor: “It’s nothing. Really. I wanted to help.”
You all make your way back to the rest of the group. They have questions.
Harold: “Who’s this guy?”
Pastor: “I’m pastor Hudson Murphy. It’s a pleasure.”
He sticks a hand which Harold instantly greets with his own.
Dean: “We said we’d bring him back to the boat and then see what you all think about bringing him with us. We decide things in votes after all, don’t we?”
Pastor: “What’d say? Room for a small?”
He is not a small one.
Harold: “I think we could make room for someone else. Guys?”
Janice: “Yeah, why not?”
Alvita doesn’t say anything so that means she’s on board.
Chloe: “If you helped Abbie, then I like you.”
Pastor: “Thank you.”
Dean: “Samantha... You must have something to say?”
Samantha: “No... Not really.”
Harold: “So, it’s decided. We’ll bring you with us, pastor.”
Pastor: “Thank you. I’ll enjoy the company above anything else.”
Harold chuckles a little bit before turning around.
Harold: “We should get going if we-“
Voice: “HEY!”
You turn around to see one of the truck group stumbling and staggering towards you. It’s the woman who was weird and nice.
Melody: “I’m gonna burn you all go the ground!”
She’s not nice anymore. She points a pistol at you, but before she can fire you all hide behind cars and large pieces of random debris. Her bullets ping off the metal surfaces.
Javi: “What’s your problem? You’re the ones who kidnapped us!”
Melody: “You killed my friends! All of them! Patrick! Nikkie! Ollie! Chris!”
The memory of Chris flashes in your head. You push it away and try to focus.
Melody: “You killed them! So I’ll kill you!”
Harold: “You’re outnumbered, lady! Just leave while you can!”
Melody: “Fuck that! I’ll kill you all! Then I’ll burn your fucking bodies!”
Dean: “Fuck this noise.”
He pops up from his cover and aims his revolver at her. But she’s faster than him. A red spray bursts out of Dean’s shoulder, causing him to fall on his back.
Dean: “Fucking bitch!”
Melody: “I don’t dick around! Get ready for death!”
She takes a few more random shots.
Harold: “We can’t wait here all day!”
Javi: “We’ll work this out!”
Melody: “I can fucking hear you! And there is no way out of this!”
It goes deathly silent. No one speaks and she’s stopped shooting, she’s just waiting. You look around and see Samantha organising her rifle in a way that would make it easy for her to pop up and kill Melody quickly. You want to stop her, but you don’t have time. In the following second, Samantha pops up, two shots go off, and both women fall to the ground. Melody got hit right in the head, but she was never really a concern of yours, Samantha got hit in the chest and has a slowly growing red circle on her shirt. Everyone rushes to Samantha. Alvita gets down and props Samantha up, letting her rest against her legs.
Javi: “Shit.”
You: “Are you... Ok?”
Samantha nods a bit.
Samantha: “Yeah, I’m... I’m good.”
Alvita: “You’re good?”
Samantha: “Yeah.”
She lets her head fall back as she smiles.
Samantha: “I can... Finally, see her... Again.”
Alvita: “But we need you here. You need to hold on.”
Samantha: “You don’t need me... There’s... There’s nothing left for... Me to do.”
Alvita: “But... You can’t give up.”
Samantha: “I’m not... Giving up, Alvita, I’m... I’m taking my final bow. The... The show’s over.”
Alvita’s face freezes a bit. You can tell she’s upset, but she’d rather die than show it. Samantha’s hand slowly rises to her face.
Samantha: “Hey... You’ll be alright... You’ll all... Be alright... I’m just in the way.”
Alvita: “You were never in my way.”
Samantha: “You... You know that’s... Not true.”
Everyone goes silent as they watch the scene unveiling before them. Samantha cracks another small smile.
Samantha: “Remember... When we met... The first...”
Alvita: “Of course I do. I’d never forget it.”
Samantha: “That was... A good moment in... My life...”
[Flashback. You are Samantha.]
You and Hazel walk through the darkness of a city. As you make your way through the streets, you feel Hazel tugging on your hand. You turn and kneel in front of her.
You: “What is it, Petal?”
Hazel: “I’m tired...”
You: “I know, me, too. We’ll find somewhere to stop soon.”
Hazel: “Can... Can you carry me?”
You: “Sure. Come here.”
You pick here and hold her close to you. She rests her head on your shoulder. Her revolver tips out of her pocket, but you catch it before it falls. You keep walking with her. As you continue into the city, you hear a loud clang.
Hazel: “What was... What was that?”
You: “I don’t know. But don’t worry about it.”
You ready the revolver as a woman with a bow comes around the corner. You point your gun at her as she aims an arrow at you. She’s just a shadow it’s that dark.
You: “Look, just go away and this won’t go any further.”
Woman: “How do I know you won’t just shot me?”
You: “Just believe I won’t.”
Woman: “That isn’t good enough.”
You: “Just go. Alright, just... Leave us alone.”
Woman: “Us? How’s us?”
You: “No one you need to know about. Just leave.”
The woman pauses for a second before lowering her bow. She steps forward a bit, you tense up a bit.
Woman: “Can you put that down?”
You: “No. I told you to leave.”
You feel Hazel stir a but in your arms. She looks at the woman.
Hazel: “Who’s she?”
You: “No one, Petal. She’s just leaving.”
Hazel’s response is just a mumble as she settles back into your shoulder.
Woman: “Is she your daughter?”
You: “Yeah... She’s everything to me, so leave us alone.”
Woman: “It’s not safe for you to be out here this late. I might know a place.”
You: “Good for you.”
Woman: “I’m trying to help...”
She points to the end of the street where a few walkers are stumbling around.
Woman: “...It’s not safe in the dark.”
You: “Fine. But I’m keeping the gun.”
Woman: “Alright.”
She starts leading you and Hazel through the streets and then down an ally. You both climb on a dumpster and then through a window. You enter a small room with a barrel in the middle. The woman picks up a box of matches, lights one, and then drops it into the barrel. A fire starts.
Woman: “I’ve been staying here for about a day or two.”
You: “And you don’t mind us being here?”
Woman: “No. It’s fine.”
You: “Thank you.”
You sit down on the ground making Hazel stir a bit.
Hazel: “Do we have a bed?”
You: “No. I’m sorry.”
Hazel: “I don’t like sleeping on the ground.”
You: “You don’t have to, petal. Just... Just get some rest and I’ll hold onto you.”
She nods a bit and lies back into you. The woman sits down close to you.
Woman: “What’s her name?”
You hesitate before telling her.
You: “Hazel. And I’m Samantha.”
She nods a bit.
Woman: “Alvita... It’s nice to meet you.”
You: “Yeah... Are you alone or do you have people?”
Alvita: “Alone. Haven’t had people for a while.”
You: “Neither have we.”
You both continue to sit in silence. You first off into sleep. The next morning, you and Alvita decide to stick together.
[End of flashback. You are Abbie.]
Samantha and Alvita just smile at the memory.
Samantha: “That... That was good... For me.”
Alvita: “What was?”
Samantha swallows back some blood before trying to force her answer out.
Samantha: “Having... A friend.”
Alvita gives a small smile.
Samantha: “It was... Good... For Hazel not to... To see the person I... Was becoming... I didn’t like... That person and you... You brought me back from... The edge.”
Alvita: “Did I? Because you were still pretty mean to people.”
Samantha laughs but immediately starts coughing. When she stops, her eyes search the group around her and land on Chloe.
Samantha: “I... Blamed you... I’ve blamed you... Since she died, but... That was a mistake... And I... Was wrong... I’m... Sorry.
Chloe nods a bit, her eyes starting to tear up. Samantha’s head drifts back and her eyes start to flutter closed.
Samantha: “I’m coming... Petal.”
With that, her body completely slumps down. She’s died. Everyone is silent for a second or two, but the silence is broken by the sound of Alvita’s knife jamming into the side of Samantha’s head. She stands up, laying her friends body flat.
Alvita: “I’m searching these houses for shovels. She deserves a proper burial, don’t try and stop me.”
Elijah: “We won’t. She deserves it.”
The two lock eyes for a split second before Alvita starts to walk off. Elijah follows her.
[Time Skip: Two Hours Later.]
Alvita finishes patting down Samantha’s grave. When she’s done she just stands there, staring at the small mound of earth. You all watch from a distance.
Harold: “We should go but... I don’t want to drag her away from her friends grave.”
Elijah: “I’ll get her. She’s my friend.”
He walks over to her to tell that you all need to move on. When you all climb onto the boat and start sailing away, you pull Elijah aside.
You: “Hey, are... You ok?”
Elijah: “Yeah, I’m... I’m alright, Samantha... Was a bitch, but... I still respected because she cares about Hazel. But I’m ok.”
You: “Ok.”
You hug him.
You: “I’m always here if you need me.”
Elijah: “I know. Thanks. But, I’d... I’d kinda like to be by myself for a bit.”
You: “Ok.”
He walks away from you as you just stand and stare out the edge of the boat. You see Chloe doing the same so you move over beside her.
You: “Hey, you alright?”
Chloe just nods, with obvious tears in her eyes.
You: “What’s wrong?”
Chloe: “It’s... I... She... I didn’t think I would... She forgave me and... I’m not sure what to think.”
You hug her.
You: “You’ll be alright. You just need to adjust and then you’ll be ok.”
She nods a bit.
Chloe: “I was... I was worried about you.”
You: “Stop fussing, I’m fine.”
Chloe: “You got shot and almost died.”
You: “Yeah, but... I’m fine. I’m not dead and that’s all that matters.”
Chloe: “I guess so.”
She pulls back out of the hug.
Chloe: “Just don’t... Almost die again.”
You: “I’ll try my best.”
You both laugh a little as the boat pushes on through the water.
[Time Skip: One Day Later.]
It's the middle of the night and you stand at the front of the boat, looking out at the reflection of the moon on the water, smiling at the view. The silence is perfectly still until you hear a few steps behind you and then someone coming right up behind you.
Chris: “Hey, Abbie.”
You spin around, in a panic, but the panic leaves when you see that it’s not Chris. It’s the group, well everyone except for Alvita and Dean. Javi is holding a very small cake looking thing.
Everyone: “Happy birthday!”
You laugh out of joy.
You: “How did... What?”
Javi: “So... We don’t know if it is your birthday, but... It’s definitely your birth-month.”
You: “But how did you know?”
Chloe: “Owen turned fifteen when he was in the New Frontier with me, and that was in like June or something, and he also said your birthdays were close together, so... It was a lot of guesswork but we think we’re close.”
You: “Yeah, you’re... Close enough, I... I can’t believe this.”
Javi: “We found this in the gas station... I... Don’t think you should eat it, but you can do what you want.”
He hands you the small piece of cake that’s crumbling apart. A part of it looks a bit blue.
You: “Wow, it’s... Great.”
Javi: “It’s not, but it’s the best we’ve got. You can dump it off the boat if you want.”
You: “No, I... I wanna eat it.”
Javi: “Go on then. Eat it.”
You look between the mouldy cake and Javi.
You: “Fine, you win.”
You throw it in the river as Javi chuckles. Everyone wishes you a happy birthday and walks off, leaving you with Elijah and Amy.
Elijah: “How old are you?”
You: “Eh... Twenty. Same age as you now.”
Elijah: “It feels just as shit as nineteen, doesn’t it?”
You: “Pretty much.”
Amy: “How... How come you two are twenty?”
Elijah: “Well... Because we’ve... You know...”
You: “Both been alive... For twenty years. How old are you?”
Amy: “Eighteen. But... I’ll be nineteen soon.”
Elijah let’s out a tiny laugh.
Elijah: “Eighteen.”
Amy: “What?”
You: “You’re the little baby of the group.”
Amy: “I am not. I’m older than Chloe.”
Elijah: “She means out of the three of us.”
You: “Yeah. Out of the three of us.”
Amy: “Yeah, well... Screw you both.”
She gives you both the finger and turns away, walking off. Elijah soon takes off as well. As you watch them both head down different sides of the boat, you feel the urge to follow one of them, but should you?
[Follow Elijah, Follow Amy or find Javi and Chloe.]
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2020.10.24 01:46 FudgeSuprme Waking Nightmare - Chapter 13

[You chose to leave it and let Dean take the shoot.]
While you feel sympathy for the young deer, you are also very hungry. Dean takes the shot and the bullet flies towards the deer, striking it in the neck. As it falls to the ground, the younger one sprints away in a panic. The three of you walk over to the dead deer and inspect it.
Dean: “It’d be better if it had four legs.”
Janice: “We take what we can get. Let’s keep going.”
Janice picks up the deer and slings it over her shoulder with ease. You continue on with the hunt for a while, as you back you gathered one three-legged deer, two rabbits, and Janice completely obliterated a squirrel with her machine gun, so there isn’t much left of it. Janice carries the deer as you carry the rest.
You: “So who’s the cook in the group?”
Janice: “No-one really... We all kinda knew how to cook before or learnt as we survived. But Dean and Harold would be the main chefs. Isn’t that right Dean?”
Dean: “Yeah. It is.”
You: “When did you learn how to cook?”
Dean: “I used to look after my da. I had to prepare food for him.”
You: “Why?”
Dean: “That doesn’t concern you.”
Janice: “Come on, Dean. Be nice.”
Dean pauses a second. He turns his face slightly towards you.
Dean: “He wasn’t able to support himself. So I dropped out of college to help him.”
You: “I’m sorry, that sucks.”
Dean: “It is what it is.”
As you continue to walk, you start to hear groans and unsteady footsteps. A small group of walkers crosses your path. You raise Dean’s revolver and aim at them, but he grabs your hand before you fire.
Dean: “It was the gunshots that brought them here. We can do this quietly.”
He pulls a medium-sized scythe out from inside his jacket. It’s long enough that it gives him some range against the walkers, but short enough that he can still use it with one hand. He starts cutting through walkers with power and ferocity. You use your crowbar to take out some of your own. When you pull your crowbar out of the last walkers head, you see Dean looking around.
You: “What?”
Dean: “I’m just making sure we’re clear.”
He continues to scan the area. As he does, you notice some rough-looking shapes draw into the wooden handle of this scythe. You take a closer look and see that the markings form “S C H Y I G H T.”
You: “What the hell is that?”
Dean looks the word and is immediately cross.
Dean: “Amy drew that on one night. It’s meant to be a joke about my glasses, that... Fucking bitch.”
Janice: “Dean!”
Dean: “What? She’s always been like this.”
Janice: “You know damn well why.”
Dean: “That shit was years ago. She needs to grow the fuck up.”
Janice: “That’s not fair. She was a kid back then and you scared her shitless. You can’t expect her to just get over.
Dean: “She wasn’t a kid. It was only two years ago.”
You: “What happened? Two years ago?”
Janice: “That’s when we found Amy.”
Dean: “It doesn’t matter. Let’s just get back.”
He starts marching off. You walk beside Janice.
You: “What happened?”
Janice: “It doesn’t matter that much. But... Amy's hated Dean every since and he isn’t too keen on her either.”
You: “So in the two years they’ve known each other, they’ve never gotten along?”
Janice: “Never. It’s stressful trying to keep the peace but... It’s kinda funny sometimes as well. I laughed when Amy did that Schyight thing.”
You: “What exactly did he do, though? How could they get off on such a bad foot together?”
Janice: “Dean’s always been wary of new people. He’s just a cautious guy, that’s all. Let me tell you about the time I first met him...”
[Flashback. You are Janice.]
You’re walking with your group in the dark woods. There’s Marty, who you used to work with, and your sister and her husband, Ada and Theo. It’s pitch black and raining pretty heavily.
Marty: “Theo! Where the fuck are we going?”
Theo: “I don’t know, man! It’s not like I can see!”
Marty: “Well you could’ve tried to find a proper place for us to stay earlier! When we could see, instead of dicking around with Ada!”
Theo: “Sorry, Marty, is maintaining my marriage too much of a hassle to you?”
Marty: “Kinda!”
Theo: “Hey, fuck you!”
Theo goes to stand off against Marty, but Ada stops him.
Ada: “Hey, Theo. It’s alright.”
Theo: “It’s not ok! He’s being an asshole and pissing me off.”
Ada: “Alright, sweetie, I get it. Just calm down.”
Ada turns his face towards her own.
Ada: “Just... Calm down.”
Theo stares into her eyes for a second or two before nodding.
Theo: “Ok. Ok, I’m calm.”
Ada: “Thank you.”
She hugs him as you step up and have a look around the area around you, you can’t see much, but you see a small light. And it’s slowly getting bigger.
You: “Guys. We might have company.”
Marty: “We should go. I don’t want to get caught up with bad people.”
Theo: “We might not have much of a choice. We’re close to death out here.”
Marty: “Now isn’t the time to start taking risks.”
Ada: “We don’t have a lot of time. I think we should Trey talking to them.”
You: “Yeah, maybe?”
Marty: “I’ll deal with it then.”
Marty steps out from the group and a dirt bike pulls up in front of you. The man on it raises a gun at you all.
Biker: “You’re on our land. You get one warning. Get off.”
Marty: “Look, man... We could use a lot of help and you seem-“
The biker shouts Marty straight through the face. He aims at Ada, but Theo starts to grapple with him, trying to wrestle for the gun. He knows he’s losing.
Theo: “Guys! Run!”
Ada: “Theo!”
Theo: “Just run!”
You grab Ada by the hand and start pulling her away. You practically have to force her to run away.
Ada: “I can’t leave my husband, Janice!”
You: “I’m sorry, sis. But, I can’t lose you.”
Ada: “But you can lose Theo?”
You: “He told us to run. Ada, we’ll get him-“
Another shot goes off as the bikes engine roars. You and Ada run as fast as you can, but you’re stopped by a river.
Ada: “Shit. Shit. Shit!”
You: “It’ll be alright. We can-“
The bike comes towards you at full speed. Suddenly, it skids around wildly, as the biker flies off it and smacks his back against a tree, the bike tumbles a few times breaking into small pieces. It’s barrelling towards you. Then... Everything goes black. When you regain conciseness, you’re lying face down in the sand of the shore. The bike must’ve knocked you into the river and you washed up here. You crawl up the shore, trying to pull yourself up. You’re weak and wet. You see a pair of legs to the side, you crawl over to find your sister, or... At least something that looks like your sister. There’s half a bike handle sticking out of her face. You quickly turn the body away from you and throw yourself away from it. You lie in the dirt and sand and cry. Eventually, it’s time to move on, you use a tree to pull yourself up and start to fumble your way through the forest.
[Time skip: 2 hours later.]
You wander blindly through the rain and the trees, lost and alone. You’re about to give in a take your chances just sleeping on the forest floor when you see a flickering light up a hill. You make your make way up towards it and find a worn down. You enter through the side door and see two men sitting around a fire. One of them, the man with glasses, immediately stands up and aims a gun at you, the other one just sits and looks at you.
Glasses: “Who the hell are you?”
You try to answer, but you just collapse onto the ground. The next thing you feel is warmth, your eyes flutter open slightly and you discover that you are lying right next to the fire. You sit up slowly and see the two men, the one with glasses holds his gun in his hand, the other tries talking.
Man: “You good?”
You: “I... I think so.”
Man: “What’s your name?”
You’re too tired to fight or argue.
You: “Janice. How... How about you two?”
Man: “I’m Harold and this is Dean. You seem to have had a wild ride, huh?”
You: “You could say that.”
You go to reposition yourself, that’s when you notice the searing pain in your leg.
You: “AH! What the fuck?”
Harold: “You were like that when you fainted into our barn. You have an accident or something?”
You: “Yeah, I... Ran into a situation with a bike.”
Dean: “I’m surprised you aren’t dead. I was ready to stop you from turning.”
You: “Well... That’s nice.”
Harold chuckles a little bit.
Harold: “I’m just taking a guess here but... You’re alone, right?”
You: “What gave it away?”
Harold: “Just everything.”
You: “Yeah, I suppose... I’m... I’m alone now, so... If your groups got any vacancies, I can fill one.”
The two look at each other for a second, then back to you.
Harold: “I think we’ve got some room.”
You: “Thank you.”
You lie back down and try getting some rest so you’re leg can heal properly.
[End of flashback. You are Abbie.]
You walk with Janice in stunned silence.
Janice: “Dean didn’t properly trust me for another week or so.”
You: “Holy... Janice, I’m... I’m so sorry that all happened.”
Janice: “Yeah, it’s shit. I never told the guys because... Because I didn’t know them and then I didn’t think they needed to know. But I told Amy because she... Actually, that’s not my place.”
You: “What is it?”
Janice: “It’s her life. She’ll tell you if she trusts you. I can’t do that to her.”
You smile a little bit.
You: “You’re a good person, Janice.”
Janice: “I try.”
You both laugh a little as you see the maintenance shop in the distance. You see smoke coming off the top of the building.
You: “Is that a fire?”
Janice: “Relax. It’s a small building so we cook on the roof. Come on.”
Janice leads you up to the roof where you see Harold stood next to a fire and the table which he’s moved outside. You place your deer, two rabbits, and exploded squirrel.
Harold: “Good haul then?”
Janice: “Yeah, it was.”
Harold: “This is gonna take a while, I’ll call everyone when I’m ready.”
You: “Ok.”
You and Janice leave. As you enter the all-purpose room, you see Amy looking through all the stuff.
Janice: “Amy. What’s up?”
Amy: “I can’t find my hatchet. I... I left it here, but...”
Janice: “Yeah, well... Good luck with finding.”
Amy: “Are you serious?”
Janice: “I have a boat to fix. So, yeah, I’m serious.”
Janice saunters away, you laugh.
You: “I’ll help you.”
Amy: “Thank you.”
You search through all the bags with Amy. When looking through one of the bags, you pull out a small brown teddy bear.
You: “What’s this?”
Amy looks over to you and then looks immediately worried.
Amy: “It’s nothing. Just... Put it any and help me keep looking.”
You fiddle with the bear in your hands.
You: “It’s kinda cute.”
Amy: “Put it back.”
You: “Is it yours? You don’t have to be embarrassed.”
She snatches it out of your hands, aggressively.
Amy: “It’s not yours! So don’t touch it!”
You back off slightly as she throws it back into her bag.
You: “Hey, I... I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to piss you off.”
Amy just keeps scrounging through bags.
Amy: “That hatchets all I’ve got. I... There’s nowhere else to find weapons.”
You: “Amy, I’m... I’m sorry.”
She ignores you again. You see her try to subtlety wipe her eye as she keeps looking. You move towards her and make her stop searching like a mad person. You see tears forming slightly in her eyes.
You: “I... If that bear means something to you then... I’m sorry, ok?”
Amy: “Y-Yeah... It’s fine just... Can we find my hatchet now?”
You: “Yeah, we can.”
You loom for a minute or two before you notice the hatchet sitting in one of the cupboards. You pull it out.
You: “A cupboard?”
Amy: “Hey. You found it.”
She walks over and takes it from your hands.
You: “It was in the cupboard. Why?”
Amy: “I don’t know... Dean probably put it there... Dickhead.”
You: “What... What happened between you two?”
Amy: “He was a colossal ass.”
You laugh.
You: “That’s good enough, I guess.”
Amy: “Yeah. Thanks for helping me find this I’m... I’m gonna check on Janice.”
You: “Alright.”
She walks off down the stairs to find Janice. When you leave the room. You see Elijah sat in the top step, fiddling a revolver in his hands. You sit beside him.
You: “What you got there?”
Elijah: “It’s, eh... It was Hazel’s gun. Javi... He got it off Chloe after she... Anyway, he thought I should have it.”
You: “That was nice of him.”
Elijah: “I guess.”
He stares blankly at the revolver.
Elijah: “I... I always thought that... If I died... I’d died protecting her... I guess life just... Spits in the face of your plans, doesn’t it?”
You: “Sometimes. But... You can’t get stuck in the past. You can bring parts of it with you, you can look back on it every now and again, but... You can’t stay in it.”
Elijah’s voice is a whisper.
Elijah: “I know...”
You scoot closer to him.
You: “But... Now you die protecting the rest of us. Given our track record, we’ll... Probably need it at some stage.”
He cracks a small smile.
Elijah: “Yeah... I’ll give dying for someone else a try.”
His eyes bounce from the gun to your own. You smile a little. Harold shouts out from the roof.
Harold: “I’m done!”
You and Elijah gather the rest and you all get given a bowl or plate of food. When Harold slaps down the all meat extravaganza he’s made on your plate, you turn around to see three options before you. You see Elijah sitting by the wall enjoying his food in peace, you see Amy bring two bowls back inside, one is presumably for Janice, and you see Chloe and Javi standing by the edge of the roof talking to each other. Who you gonna eat with?
[Eat with Elijah, eat with Amy or eat with Javi and Chloe.]
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2020.10.23 00:59 FudgeSuprme Waking Nightmare - Chapter 12

[You chose to try talking to her.]
You take a hesitant step towards her.
You: “I, um... I-I... I just wanted to... Say I’m sorry about what happened to Hazel. She... She deserved better.”
Samantha doesn’t reply. She just stands there. The wind blows the tails of her coat around. You take another small step forward.
You: “If you’d... Like to talk about then I’m here. But we... We could probably talk, you know... Further away from the edge.”
Samantha: “I'm not gonna jump, Abbie.”
You: “But... People can still fall off roofs.”
Samantha: “Fine.”
She takes one small step back, she’s still close to the edge. You sigh.
You: “Perfect.”
Samantha just keeps staring out into the dark and the trees. It’s quiet until she talks.
Samantha: “She was my everything. She was... The only thing I lived for. Now I have nothing.”
You: “What do you mean?”
Samantha: “I mean... I’m alive... But I have nothing to live for. And I can’t just give up because... Because Hazel would’ve hated that.”
She tunes around to you.
Samantha: “I can’t give up but she’d hate me for it, but now I have to live without her. How... How do I do that?”
You: “I’m... I’m not sure... I just don’t know.”
Samantha: “That’s what I thought.”
Her eyes start to drift as she stared at nothing.
Samantha: “It... It was me and her... It was always meant to be me and her...”
[Flashback. You are Samantha.]
You're lying on the hospital bed. It's been almost ten hours of screaming, and pain, and heavy breathes. But, finally, you can't just lie back in your own sweat. You try your best to stay awake to make sure everything's ok.
You: "Are... Are there any problems or... Anything to worry about."
Midwife: "No. Everything's fine, just relax."
You: "Ok."
You lean back into the bed and fall into a deep, deep sleep. After a few hours, you stir awake, still exhausted. A nurse is standing in your room.
Nurse: "How you doing?"
You: "Why are you here? Did something happen?"
Nurse: "No, no, no. It's all fine, she's fine... Do you want to see her?"
You: "Yeah."
The nurse leaves and comes back after a few minutes holding a bundle of clothes. She hands it to you, and you look at your baby's face. She's asleep, calm, peaceful. You smile.
Nurse: "Have you thought of a name?"
You stay quiet for a second as you look at your baby.
You: "Hazel."
Nurse: "That's lovely. I'll give you some time together."
The nurse leaves, and it's just you and baby Hazel. You speak to your sleeping child.
You: "You... You are now the most important thing, in my life. I might not know where your... Bastard father is. But it doesn't matter. From now on, it's just you and me."
You sit there for a while just enjoying the newest part of your life.
[Time skip: 5 years later.]
It's just another normal day, in your normal house. Nothing practically out of the ordinary. You're just sitting, read a book when you hear someone shouting.
Hazel: "Mom!"
You sigh, get off your seat and go to find her. You find her outside in the back garden.
You: "What is it, petal?"
Hazel: "There's a man over the fence."
You: "What?"
You run over to the fence and look over it, a man is lying on the street behind your house. He has a bit of his neck missing, he's dying.
You: "Hey, what happened?"
Man: "It's... People, they've... Gone nuts. One... One of them... Tried to eat me."
You: "Should I call for help?"
Man: "No, I'm dying... But, you... You need to leave... They'll come for you."
As he says that, a few other men come stumbling towards him. It starts as a few but then there's too many to count, they don't look normal.
Man: "Go!"
The sick looking people start eating the man again, he screams. You run to Hazel, pick her up and run back into the house. Your fence breaks down and all the people start making their way towards, they all start banging on the window. Hazel looks scared so you hug her. One of the windows breaks, and the people start waving their hands around to try and grab you. You hit one of them but they don't react so you pick up a meat cleaver and ram it into their head. You run to the front of the house and break out the door. You put Hazel in the car and get in the driver seat, trying to start the car, desperately.
Hazel: "Where are we going?"
You: "I don't know, petal. But it'll be alright."
Hazel still looks scared, you stop trying to get the car started and give her a little hug.
You: "Hey, it'll be ok. We'll be ok. Alright?"
Hazel nods.
You: "Alright, let's go."
You finally get the car started and drive away from your house, leaving everything behind.
[End of flashback. You are Abbie.]
You stand there, silently. You want to try and say something. Anything. But you keep pulling yourself back from doing so. Samantha’s still staring at nothing.
Samantha: “I’m... The thing I loved has left... And I have to stay here with you people. I... I’m trapped in a... A limbo.”
You move your hand out and touch gently on the arm.
You: “We’ll all still be here for you, Samantha. Don’t forget that.”
Her eyes come back to meet yours. Then they land on your touching her arm. She smacks it away.
Samantha: “What are you doing?”
You: “I-uh... Um-“
Samantha: “Why... Why are you out here?”
You: “I’m just trying to-“
Samantha: “It’s your fault. All of you. If we had never met you then... Then she...”
She grinds her jaw for a second.
Samantha: “Just leave me alone.”
You: “Samantha, I just wanted-“
Samantha: “I said leave me alone!”
You take a tentative step away from her.
You: “I’m... So sorry, but-“
Samantha: “But what? She died because of you! And you’re... Little dumbass friends! The three of you are the worst thing that’s ever happened to me!”
You: “I... I...”
Samantha: “What? You what? You’re sorry? I don’t want to fucking hear it again!”
She grabs you by the collar, violently.
Samantha: “I don’t want your fucking sorry! I want my daughter back!”
You just make noise at her. You can’t form words. A hand comes out of the air a press against Samantha’s chest, trying to hold her back. It’s Alvita.
Alvita: “Stop.”
Samantha: “Stop? It’s their fault! Especially that ginger bitch!”
Alvita: “Samantha! Stop!”
She lets go of you and faces Alvita. It’s tense.
Alvita: “I know you’re upset. But you can’t blame them.”
Samantha’s voice is even more broken and cracked than it was before, with her words barely getting out.
Samantha: “Why not? If they... If we’d-I’d... I should’ve... My... My little girl...”
Her knees start to wobble a bit, so Alvita holds onto her to make sure she doesn’t drop. But she still does. Alvita holds her up as she cries. A wild, untamed, ugly cry. Alvita turns her head to you and nods to the door. You leave without saying another word. When you get back inside, you see everyone is still there asleep. Well, not everyone’s asleep and not everyone’s there. Amy pops her head up in the dark.
Amy: “Hey, uh... You’re friend she... She left a second ago... She looked pretty upset.”
You: “Ok, thanks.”
She lazily waves a hand as her head drops back down. You leave through the door and are about to head downstairs when you hear a sob. It came from the toilets. You push the door open slowly and enter. It’s a basic toilet, two cubicles and two sinks, nothing special. You push open one of the cubicle doors and see Chloe sat on the toilet with tears coming down her face. She is not using the toilet, she’s just sitting on it. You sit beside her and put your arm around her.
You: “Hey, what’s up?”
Chloe tries talking through her tears with the occasional gasp for air.
Chloe: “I... I hear Samantha.”
You: “Heard her say what?”
Chloe: “That... That it’s my fault Hazel died, and... She’s right.”
She breaks down crying again as you pull her close.
You: “It’s not your fault. Ok? It’s not your fault.
Chloe: “But, I... I let her go alone... And that’s why she’s dead.”
You: “You just made a mistake, but that doesn’t make it your fault.”
Chloe: “Yeah, it does.”
She pulls back a bit as she tries wiping her eyes.
You: “Don’t say that. Don’t even think it. You... Did a dumb thing, but you didn’t kill Hazel. That’s not on you.”
She doesn’t respond, she just sniffs and continues to wipe her eyes. You stroke her head a bit as she properly calms down.
You: “You ok?”
Chloe: “I-I think so. I... I still feel like crap.”
You: “Don’t, ok? Samantha, she’ll... She’ll get better. She’ll forgive you with time.”
Chloe: “It's more than that, though, it's... Never mind.”
You: “No, what is it?”
Chloe: “It’s nothing.”
You: “Come on. It’s only me.”
She takes a second before she tells you.
Chloe: “It’s just... When I was living with my aunt Julie, there were kids who made fun of me, but I didn't care... I thought she was great and I... I wanted to be like her if I ever had kids.”
She stares emptily at the floor.
Chloe: “But I’m not her... I’m my mom... Neglectful and stupid.”
You: “You aren’t stupid, Chloe. Or neglectful. You’ve just never looked after a kid before.”
Chloe: “But my aunt Julie hadn’t either and she did better than me.”
You: “Yeah, well... Grown-ups lie to kids all the time. When I started getting older I noticed that my dad was just making shit up. That’s what a single parent does.”
Chloe: “I guess.”
You: “You just made a mistake. That doesn’t make you a monster.”
You see a small smile twitch at the side of her mouth, it makes you smile. You stand up from the toilet and stand by the cubicle door.
You: “Come on, we should get some sleep.”
Chloe: “Yeah... Ok.”
She stands up and starts walking out. As she gets to the door she stops and turns around.
You: “What?”
She quickly hugs you before snapping away.
Chloe: “Just... I... I don’t know what I’d do with you, anymore.”
You smile. You both push through the door then the next one before getting some rest.
[Time skip: 1 day later.]
You wake up in an uncomfortable position on the uncomfortable floor of the break room turned all-purpose room. As you look around, you see that everyone is gone. You’ve had a terrible night’s sleep so you stagger towards the door. Coming to the bottom of the stairs, you see Janice and Dean. Janice is fitting some ammo into her machine gun and Dean is preparing a hunting rifle. Janice sees you.
Janice: “Hey. Look who’s finally up. We thought you’d died.”
You: “Yeah, very funny. What are you doing?”
Janice: “We’re going on a turning trip. Wanna come?”
You: “Uh, yeah, sure. But... Where'd you get that rifle?”
Janice: “We just keep it around for when we need it. Harold doesn’t like wasting its ammo on people.”
She snaps on the ammo clip and holds her gun steady.
Janice: “Let’s go.”
You: “I don’t have a gun.”
Dean: “Use this.”
He throws his revolver at you. You fumble it in your hands as you barely catch it. Dean stalks through the door to get started hunting.
You: “Is he... Always so chilly?”
Janice: “He isn’t so bad. Anyway, let’s go.”
The two of you go after Dean to hunt in the surrounding forest. The three of you walk with your eyes scanning the trees for something to hunt.
You: “Do you usually find much?”
Janice: “Eh. We usually find enough, but we’ll need to find more for the bigger group.”
You: “Yeah, sorry that we didn’t have much.”
Janice: “Hey, it’s not your fault. Food’s scarce now."
You: “Yeah, I know. It’s been scarce for years now.”
Dean: “Sh.”
Dean crouches down and looks through the small scope on the rifle.
Janice: “What?”
Dean: “There's a deer. Just over there.”
You follow the barrel of the rifle to see a deer in the distance hobbling around with three legs.
Dean: “Easy target.”
You: “That’s not fair. It only has three legs.”
Dean: “It’s survival of the fittest in this world. It’s not the fittest so it won’t survive.”
You: “Yeah, but... Just look at it.”
The deer can barely walk. It’s front right leg is half gone with the other half starting to wither away. Dean lines up the shot on the deer when you see a smaller deer sniffing around the ground a few feet away from the three-legged deer. Maybe it’s its baby. If it is, then it won’t have much of a chance to survive with its mother. You could stop Dean and let both the dears live or take the big one and leave that little one to fend of its self.
[Stop Dean or let him take the shot.]
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2020.10.21 14:51 readingrachelx Housewife highlights/Daily shit talk - October 21st, 2020

REWATCH CLUB
We want to gauge interest in a rewatch club (thank you u/margaritaskeeter!). We would 1) pick a franchise (leaning towards Melbourne to start, provided everyone has access to watch) then 2) pick a rewatch rhythm (I'm thinking maybe an episode thread every other day on the days when there are no new episodes of currently airing franchises, or we can do two episodes at once if people prefer). Then I would create episode discussion threads for each Melbourne episode (or two) at the pre-determined rhythm and people could chime in at their own pace. Once we finish Melbourne if people are enjoying it we could move onto something else. If people like this idea we can start this weekend, maybe try doing the first two episodes on Friday/Saturday and see how it goes? Feel free to chime in in the comments if this is something you would be interested in/if you have feedback about how you'd want it to work.
ORANGE COUNTY
"Braunwyn Windham-Burke is giving Us Weekly exclusive insight into her modern marriage to Sean Burke. The Real Housewives of Orange County star got candid about seeing someone “special” — who isn’t her husband of two decades.
“There’s someone in my life right now that makes me happy and I smile just thinking about, but I kinda want to protect it right now,” the 42-year-old Bravo star exclusively told Us. “I’m not quite ready to put it all out there, everyone in my life that knows me knows what’s happening. I don’t think I’ve smiled so much. It’s good. I know if you look at social media, it seems really like crazy, but things are really good in our house right now.”
RHOC viewers questioned Braunwyn and Sean’s status last month after she promoted a Zoom seminar about coparenting and divorce. While she later revealed that the pair, who wed in 2000, are living in separate homes, Braunwyn told Us that the twosome have no plans to divorce.
“I’m not going to worry about the future until it happens. I love Sean. Sean loves me. We have every intention of staying together,” she explained to Us. “We are very honest in our communication. There are just some things that I have discovered about myself that I wanna explore a little more and he’s very supportive. He understands and, you know, I am living a very authentic life right now and I’ve never given myself permission to do that. … I’m 42 and there are just parts of me that … I pushed down and now I’m allowing myself to live authentically.”
Braunwyn added that the twosome have “every intention” of “growing old” and raising their seven kids — Bella, 20, Rowan, 18, Jacob, 15, 7-year-old twins Caden and Curren, Koa, 5, and Hazel, 2 — together.
“There’s just a lot of stuff going on in our lives and it’s better for us to not live in the same house right now,” she said. “And to give you some space, we’re both working ourselves, we’re both in therapy. I want to be the best version of myself, so does he, we have been together 26 years. We’re not throwing that away. You know, we are family. He’s my best friend.”
Braunwyn added that the spouses are “living in two homes — we want to stay married.”
She concluded, “Is this forever? I doubt it. I mean, my gut says no, but I’m going to live today today. And I’ll worry about tomorrow, tomorrow.”
Braunwyn and Sean previously opened up about their unconventional relationship on season 14 of RHOC, revealing they briefly separated in the past and started having threesomes when he turned 35."
NEW YORK
"Dorinda Medley is saying goodbye to her apartment in New York City's Sutton Place neighborhood. In an Instagram Story video on October 19, The Real Housewives of New York City alum expressed her excitement as movers packed up the apartment into the dozens of boxes placed around her living room and kitchen. As she looked around the space, Dorinda exclaimed, "It's happening!"
Prior to being packed by the Simply Moving team (Ramona Singer is also a fan of the company), the apartment was filled with furniture and décor that reflected Dorinda's personal style. “I think the thing that I like about my apartment is it’s very eclectic,” Dorinda told BravoTV.com in the video above. “I know everybody’s into this white on white on white on white, but I think your apartment should represent you and it should be a mix of high and low and people should be able to come to your apartment and know you a little better.”
For Dorinda, that meant furnishing the apartment with plenty of pink items including multiple couches and bar stools. “Now that Hannah doesn’t live with me and I don’t have husbands living with me, and it’s just little ol’ me, I’m going pink,” she said at the time. “I love the pink couches, I mean these things are amazing!”
"A four-year-long divorce battle has ended.
Former “Real Housewives of New York City” star Julianne “Jules” Wainstein, 39, and her estranged husband, Michael Wainstein, finalized their divorce on Monday, Page Six has confirmed.
“My client is happy to close this chapter of his life and is looking forward to moving on,” Michael’s attorney, Morghan Richardson, told Page Six in a statement on Tuesday.
Jules’ attorney didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
The former couple will, however, still be battling out child custody issues in Florida.
Earlier this year, Jules was arrested in Boca Raton, Fla., after allegedly punching Michael in the face in front of their children, son Jagger and daughter Rio. An insider told Page Six at the time that Jules may have been intoxicated during the incident, in which she licked Michael’s car window and struck the vehicle with a baseball bat.
Following that altercation, Michael requested Jules submit to drug testing.
Michael first filed for divorce from Jules in May 2016, and the two have been locked in various stages of legal wrangling ever since.
The Modern Alkeme founder claimed Michael cheated on her, though he vehemently denied those charges. Their bitter legal battle has since included unpaid child support and police involvement.
Jules starred on Season 8 of Bravo’s “RHONY,” which aired in 2016."
BEVERLY HILLS
"How many Fs does Erika Girardi give now?
The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, 49, came under fire on social media beginning on Tuesday after she posted a meme of herself, Robyn Dixon and Lisa Rinna all sporting the same pink dress, comparing themselves to the Pink Ladies in “Grease.”
While Rinna, 57, and Dixon, 41, shared their love for the meme on Giardi’s page, the fan account that first posted the images wasn’t happy Giardi didn’t give them credit.
“Hey. That’s my photo! Can you credit me Please?” Brands by Bravo asked in the comments section of the post.
Girardi responded, “Actually it’s not your photo. It’s Bravo and Paramount photo but ok. Cute meme though.”
“I know that but the meme and the caption were my idea,” the account pleaded. “I’m a huge fan of yours and nearly passed out when I saw you posted my meme. I just wanted credit for it. And in my post, I credited Bravo for the photo. Thanks!”
Still, Girardi wasn’t budging.
“The way to get more ‘credit’ for your ‘ideas’ is to come up with your own and stop leaving comments on my page about how you feel wronged,” she responded. “These images do not belong to you. Now go make some interesting s–t that I can promote.”
Girardi added that her co-star, Kyle Richards, took the photo of her in the original post.
Fans were quick to snap back at the “How Many F–ks” singer.
“I can’t believe how she is behaving,” one commented. “Honestly, there was always something about her that put me off, but I wanted to like her. Oh well. I think she lost a lot of fans over this.”
Another referenced her husband, famed lawyer Thomas Girardi: “I think you need Tom to give you a lesson on intellectual property. This isn’t yours.”
“Girl really???” a third user wrote. “You don’t know how memes and instagram works all of the sudden?? When someone edits a photo and puts their time into it, and then you repost it without credit…it’s messed up. And then you gave the audacity to be rude in return? Lmao ok girl keep digging yourself into a hole it seems to be working out great so far.”
However, Brands By Bravo seems to be taking the controversy in stride and posted a meme of Girardi’s former co-star, Lisa Vanderpump, addressing the drama — this time, with a watermark.
A rep for Girardi declined to comment."
BRAVO
"ABC producers are reportedly on the hunt for cast members to join the upcoming 30th season of "Dancing With the Stars." However, when it comes to who will potentially join, Tyra Banks is allegedly banning cast members from the "Real Housewives" from appearing.
“Tyra is the new boss and made it clear that she didn’t want any more 'Housewives' in her ballroom," an insider told OK! Magazine on October 19. "She thinks the show needs to aim higher and only book the ladies after everyone else has passed."
While a number of ladies from the Bravo franchise have said they'd like to appear on the upcoming season, Tyra is against the idea.
“Tyra has never been a fan of the 'Housewives,' but the real reason she doesn’t want them on her show is that Bethenny Frankel, NeNe Leakes, and Teresa Giudice do not make headlines anymore,” the insider added. “Tyra wants reality stars like Carole Baskin from 'Tiger King' — not a decade-old franchise that no one talks about anymore.
POTOMAC
"We’ve all been doing a bit more online shopping than normal during quarantine this year, and Ashley Darby is no different.
The “Real Housewives of Potomac” star recently appeared on In The Know’s “We Should Talk” series, where she opened up about all things season 5 of the Bravo hit and, while we had her, we made sure to ask about some of her recent purchases.
Last thing you bought on Amazon:
“The last thing I bought on Amazon was an air purifier for [my son,] Dean. I’m a little bit obsessive these days, so I bought a hospital-grade air purifier.”
Last thing you bought off of Instagram:
“Unfortunately, I had to learn my lesson the hard way. I went to buy a shirt where you can put the baby inside of the shirt when they’re a newborn, but, first, it took two months to come, which should’ve been an indicator, and then it was so saggy and the baby basically fell out when I put him in. So, I learned my lesson, but that doesn’t mean I don’t peruse. The last thing I looked at seriously buying [off of Instagram] was a sauna bed sleeping bag that you can put on your bed, lay in and get a sauna experience.”
Last thing you bought that’s now part of your daily beauty routine:
“I recently bought a gua sha stone, which you can do a gua sha massage with. It helps drain your lymphatic system. It’s an ancient Chinese massage technique that helps your skin tighten and all that good stuff. I feel like it has [helped me], but I have pregnancy skin so I have a boost already. I think it has that helped me, though!”
Last book you bought:
“Actually, the last book I bought just recently was Monique’s potty training book!”
Last thing you bought that a co-star recommended to you:
“I bought something for someone: Gizelle had her 50th birthday recently, so I thought a good thing for her to do for her half-century birthday would be to go to the salt caves that Karen and I did, so I bought her a gift certificate for her to go have a spiritual cleansing at the salt cave.”
NEW JERSEY
"Jackie Goldschneider found herself in the midst of another feud with Teresa Giudice and many of her co-stars while filming Season 11 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, however, a source close to the situation now tells HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that things have severely improved. “Teresa and Jackie made up recently,” our insider revealed.
Teresa and Jackie’s feud “took two conversations” to fully squash, and that’s because it was a big hurdle to get over. “They both said some things that they shouldn’t have, both of which were personal digs involving their families.” Our source went on to explain: “Jackie was initially upset because Teresa said [her husband] Evan [Goldschneider] was cheating on Jackie. Then, they got together to resolve that, but then, Jackie put gasoline on the fire by digging into Teresa and Teresa’s fiery personality took over and things between them got worse.”
That conversation led to Jackie skipping the cast’s Season 11 trip, which was widely reported in August, but then they got together again and “resolved everything.” Our source explained, “They both wronged each other. They both apologized and moved past it — they are now in a good place.”
Season 11 of RHONJ is still in production, and Dolores Catania‘s ex-husband, Frank, recently revealed that filming was extended because the drama between the ladies has been so good — drama including Teresa and Jackie’s feud. “This season will be the season of Jackie. At one point, she was only talking to Melissa [Gorga] because everyone else sided with Teresa and she felt it was ridiculous that they were choosing sides. However, Melissa continued to stay neutral and always had Jackie’s back.”
Production did “take a pause”, however, “as Jackie refused to film because she was so upset that the women would all side with Teresa over everything. She was over the drama of people always siding with Teresa no matter what and not having their own voice or opinion. Even Margaret [Josephs], who has always had [Jackie’s] back, strayed a bit and that upset Jackie, so she distanced herself and needed a break from filming.”
Our insider continued, “Now that the two ladies have made up, Jackie is so much more at ease.” Plus, “it’s really helped bring the group together now that Teresa and Jackie have made up again.”
RHONJ Season 11 is still in production, and Bravo has yet to reveal when the show will return with all-new episodes. However, HollywoodLife reached out to the network for a comment on this new development."
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2020.10.21 00:58 FudgeSuprme Waking Nightmare - Chapter 11

[You chose to stop the fight.]
You can't be bothered with this fight right now. Hazel just died. It's not a great situation.
You: “Javi, just lower the gun.”
Javi: “What?”
You: “This just... It isn’t the time to get into it with another group. We can’t... Lose anyone else.”
Harold: “Listen to her.”
You: “Shut the fuck up. I was talking to Javi, not you.”
Harold doesn’t say anything, just looks you up and down with his eyes. You turn your attention back to Javi.
You: “Just put it down.”
Javi thinks for a second before lowering his gun. Everyone else puts their weapons away and relaxes.
Harold: “So what are you all doing here?”
Javi: “Trying to head downriver. But we... Ran into some trouble.”
Dean: “Take it, it was bad trouble.”
He points over to Hazel’s grave.
Javi: “Yeah. It was.”
Harold: “Who were they?”
Samantha: “None of your fucking business.”
Harold raises his hands.
Harold: “Alright... It’s none of my business.”
Samantha clearly wants to reply, but she’s too distracted by her daughters grave. Dean takes a step forward.
Dean: “Whereabouts downriver?”
Javi: “A place called Norfolk.”
Dean: “Why?”
Javi: “We’re hoping there’s people down there. A community. Our community.”
Dean nods his head a bit, clearly in thought.
Alvita: “You said you were staying around here. Where?”
Dean: “Why does that matter? If you’re heading in your way then you don’t need to know more about us.”
Alvita: “It’d still be nice to know who we're dealing with.”
Harold and Dean lock eyes for a second. Dean nods his head to him casually.
Harold: “See this building beside us? It’s kinda like a pit stop for boats on the river, it’d be used for repairs and that kinda thing. We found one a bit further down the river.”
Javi: “You got a boat? We could use one.”
Dean: “We got one. But it’s ours. And we’re heading different directions.”
Harold: “Yeah, we’re gonna follow the river, try living off stuff we can find to towns and the like.”
Javi: “Well, I... I wouldn’t if I were you.”
Dean: “That a threat?”
Javi: “No, it’s just. Last I checked, there were some bad people in Richmond. I wouldn’t fancy your chances of getting past them.”
Harold: “If you mean the New Frontier, I heard they’re under new management. Heard it’s safer for passer-by’s than it used to be.”
You: “Well... It might not be anymore. New Frontier had to leave.”
Dean: “And, uh... How would you know that?”
You hesitantly show them the brand on your neck.
Dean: “Fuck.”
Harold: “So we can’t go upriver?”
Javi: “No. But... I’m sure you put a lot of time into getting a boat prepared, and... We’re looking for one so-“
Harold: “I’ll have to cut you off there, son. You’re heading to a community and I’m not too keen on communities. Small groups are good enough for me.”
Javi: “Well, we could still use a lift.”
He smiles trying to win him over.
Dean: “Harold, this is pointless. We should scrap the boat plan and improvise.”
Harold: “I don’t know, Dean... Maybe we could just help them out.”
Dean: “Bullshit. When have you had much interest in helping people outside our group.”
Harold: “What harm could it do?”
Dean: “It could get one of us killed.”
Harold: “Hmm... Maybe? But we vote in this group, and there’s three of us.”
Dean: “Don’t try pulling that. You know she always votes against me.”
Amy: “I have a name, dickhead.”
Harold: “Dean, we work things out with votes. So we have to ask her.”
Dean: “Fine. Amy, what do you think?”
He says it flat, knowing what’s about to happen. Amy hems and haws for a bit, really milking the whole production.
Dean: “Just answer the question.”
Amy: “Well, if you’re gonna rush me, Dean, I’ll have to side with Harold.”
Dean throws his arms in the air as Amy stifles a laugh.
Harold: “Alright. We’ll try bringing you to where you need. Come on, we need to get back to our place before it starts getting dark.”
Javi: “Thank you.”
Harold: “Don’t worry about it.”
The two of them start to walk together as they talk some more. Dean stalks back on his own, Chloe and Elijah walk in isolation as well as Samantha and Alvita follow slightly behind together. The girl, Amy, appears beside you.
Amy: “Hi.”
You: “Hey.”
Amy: “Are you Abbie or Chloe? Your friend wasn’t that clear on it.”
You: “I’m Abbie. Chloe’s... Well, you can probably guess.”
Amy: “Yeah.”
You both look over to Chloe. She hugs herself as she trudges along.
Amy: “Is she ok?”
You: “I’m not sure... Our friend just died and... She’s gonna blame herself.”
Amy: “Is it her fault?”
You: “No. No, it isn’t.”
Your words are firm and harsh, making Amy regret her question.
Amy: “Ok, I’m... I didn’t mean it like that I just... I’m sorry.”
You: “Yeah, sure.”
You both fall in silence as you walk, but this isn’t what Amy wants. You can see her trying to think of something to say.
You: “Is something wrong?”
Amy: “No, I... It’ll... It’ll sound really stupid if I tell you.”
You: “Well you can’t not tell me now. I need to know the stupid thing.”
Amy looks away for a second.
Amy: “I just... For a while I was on my own, then I bumped into the group and Janice was the only girl but she’s like nearly thirty so I... I just haven’t talked to another actual girl for a while.”
You laugh a little bit.
You: “That is kinda stupid.”
Amy just raises her hand with her middle finger fully extended. You both laugh.
You: “But really, don’t worry. I’ve kinda missed talking to people my age as well.”
Amy: “What about Chloe?”
You: “Well, she’s fourteen... She’s the closest thing I’ve got to someone my age.”
Amy: “Now we have each other.”
You: “Yeah.”
You keep talking as you walk. After a few hours, the forest you're walking through thins out a bit and you come across another boat maintenance buildings. As you all enter, you see a small common area with two staircases in it. One staircase leads higher up to the next floor, the other one is a small one that probably leads into the workshop area.
Harold: “We’ve got a safe place set up on the next floor if you want to head up to it.”
Amy: “You wanna meet Janice?”
You: “Sure.”
Harold: “Amy, take Javi. Let him check out the boat.”
Amy: “Ok.”
As the rest head upstairs, Amy leads you and Javi into the workshop, it’s massive. You didn’t think it would be this big but sometimes things can be deceiving. There’s a concrete floor running around the room but it leaves a big gap in the middle for the boat. The boat its self is much longer than it is wide, but it’s still pretty wide, it’s like a really big barge. Most of the paint has been scraped off, leaving it grey and metallic.
You: “So, where’s Janice?”
Javi: “And who’s Janice?”
Amy: “She’s our engineer. And she’s usually on the boat.”
Amy hops onto the bait as you and Javi follow her, you wobble a bit as you try stepping on.
Javi: “You alright?”
You: “Yeah. Just... Never spent much time on boats.”
Javi: “You’ll get used to it.”
Amy: “Hey, Janice! We found new people!”
She doesn’t get a verbal reply, instead, you see a woman emerge from below deck whipping her hands on an oily rag. Janice is wearing black boots and light blue jeans with a green shirt.
Janice: “Hey, I’m Janice. I’d shake your hands but... Oil.”
She holds her hands up to show they’re covered in oil. She whips off her hands one more time before throwing the rag on a workbench that’s been carried on to the boat. She picks up a brown coat and throws it on. As she adjusts the collar, you see oil smudges in her short, blonde hair.
Janice: “So... Where’d they find you guys then?”
Javi: “Just another one of these places. It wasn’t that far from here.”
Janice: “Is it just you two?”
You: “No, there’s four more upstairs with your friends.”
Janice: “How’d you convince Harold and Dean to take you back?”
Javi: “I'm not actually sure. Harold said you were all going to try going upriver, but we told him that there’s new people in Richmond who they wouldn’t get past. So... Harold just said he’d help us.”
Janice: “So you didn’t convince Dean then?”
Javi: “No, it came down to a vote.”
Janice: “Dammit, Amy.”
Amy: “What?”
Janice: “I know you voted against him. I’ve told you to stop trying piss off Dean.”
Amy: “I wasn’t. I wanted to help them.”
Janice gives her a look.
Janice: “So it had nothing to do with annoying Dean?”
Amy bites her lip trying not to smile. But she unsuccessful.
Amy: “Fine, it might’ve had something to do with it. But he deserved it, he’s an asshole.”
Janice: “He’s not.”
Amy: “How can you say that?”
Janice: “We’ve been over this before, Amy. I’m not doing it again, especially not in front of me people.”
Amy: “Fine.”
She leans back against the workbench.
Javi: “Anyway, we’re trying to get to a place called Norfolk, Harold said that you could maybe help is getting there.”
Janice: “Well, if our plans have been cancelled, then we’d be happy to. But we aren’t going anywhere for at least a few days. She isn’t quite done yet. Actually... Now I think about it?”
She walks over to the workbench and starts looking through a bunch of rags and bags. Eventually, she pulls out a machine gun. You and Javi back up a bit.
Javi: “Whoa, where... Where’d you get that?”
Janice: “Found it on some poor dead guy. He had it pointing at his chin so... He clearly met an unfortunate end.”
She holds it with ease. She starts to poke around in the feedway with a screwdriver.
Javi: “Should you be doing that? You might break it.”
Janice: “It’ll be fine. This a trick a friend taught me when something jams in your gun.”
She wriggles the screwdriver around a little bit more and then smashes it in. A bullet shell pops out and she removes it.
Janice: “There it is! That’s that fixed.”
She sets the gun back down.
You: “What friend taught you that?”
Janice chuckles a little.
Janice: “Don’t worry, she wasn’t a gun nut. She was a marine.”
Javi: “Marine?”
Janice: “Yeah. I used to be a navy engineer for a while and met all kinds of people all around the world. Anyway, this woman, I meet her in a bar in Morocco. We talked, she told me she was a marine I told her I was an engineer, and then she told me how to fix a jammed gun. I'm pretty sure her name was... Dammit... I think it was Katsu or something.”
You: “Cool. You were in the navy?”
Janice: “Yeah. Served four years before I quit.”
You: “So do you know what that gun actually is?”
Janice: “It’s an M249E1. Anyway, it doesn’t matter anymore, as long as it kills walkers.”
She steps off the boat.
Janice: “I’ve got to talk to Harold and Dean about the boat. It was nice meeting you both.”
Javi: “Yeah, you, too.”
You: “Yeah, nice meeting you.”
She waves a hand at you and casually saunters off. Javi eyes linger so you punch him in the chest.
Javi: “Hey! What the fuck?”
You: “Don’t think I didn’t see that, Graíca. What would Kate say?”
Javi just holds his hands up, defensively.
Javi: “Alright, I’m sorry.”
You: “You better be.”
Javi: “I am. Come on, let’s get back to the others.”
The three of you start heading back to the rest of the group.
Amy: “You’re pretty cool.”
You: “Yeah, I guess I am.”
You both smile and just keep walking. As you climb the stairs, you see two doors. One has a toilet on it and the other one is just plain blue.
Javi: “Hey, eh... I’m guessing this is the restroom.”
Amy: “Yeah, but... If you’re going then... Take this.”
She hands him a shovel, he looks confused.
Javi: “Why?”
Amy: “The, uh... The toilet... Kinda... Broke. So... We don’t use it, we just go outside.”
Javi: “Right... Well... Thanks for the... Shovel.”
He starts making his back downstairs. You and Amy enter through the other door. You look around the room that you’ve just entered, you see cupboards along the back wall, a table sitting near them with a few chairs and the rest of the floor is left empty.
Amy: “This is our main and only room. It’s where we sleep and eat and... Everything else.”
You: “Would it not get cramped?”
Amy: “Well, Janice usually falls asleep on the boat most nights when she’s working and Dean likes to stay up and do most of the watch. So it’s usually just me and Harold, but it’ll fit the rest of you.”
You: “I hope so.”
Amy: “If you ever need some space you can just go to the roof.”
She points at an open door near the end of the room.
You: “Ok, thanks.”
Amy: “Don’t worry about it.”
You both just go and mill around with the others.
[Time skip: 2 hours later.]
You’re lying face-up staring at the ceiling trying to sleep, but someone’s snoring. You can’t take it anymore and decided to go out to the roof, just to have some quiet. As you emerge onto the roof, you Samantha, staring out into the dark, on the edge of the building.
You: “Hey... Samantha. You ok?”
She looks over her shoulder at you, but then just turns her head away. This could be a chance to maybe get a bit closer to Samantha. Or it might go terribly wrong and she'll freak out on you.
[Try talking to her or just leave her alone.]
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2020.10.20 13:05 KingNickyThe1st WTF Is Coming Out Friday? October 23rd

SINGLES
Above & Beyond - Crash
Akeos - Squiggle the Lines
Alexander Popov, M11, Will Church - Hold Back (Club Mix)
Angemi, Dave Crusher, Sylver - Losing My Religion
Assaf, 2sher - Goliath
AURALIZE - Eternity
Bart B More - Threesixty
Beatline, Alex Morello - Trouble
Beave, Maisie King - Chicago Freestyle
Blvckr, Hako - No. 5
BLVK JVCK, Riot Ten, Steven Cannon - TikTok
Breaking Beattz - Electric
Chemical Safari, D-Wayne - Funky Pills (Brody Jenner Edit)
Cøde - Get a taste
Danny Avila - Pushin
Danny Ores, Drezlo - Your Soul
Dario Rodriguez - In your eyes
Dastic & Tommy Jayden - Closer
Dubvision - Melody
Dux n Bass, Aulee - Here and now (Memories)
Dø Chef Dø, Gate Citizens - Do me like that
Eric Prydz - NOPUS
Farius - Initio (Club Mix)
Fedde Le Grand, Ally Brooke - Gatekeeper
Ferry Corsten feat. Lovlee - Our Moon
Firebeatz - Instant Moments
Foulplay, Bingewatch - Don't sweat it
Frozt, Derric - People
Getter - Bad Acid
Ghost Jr - Never Alone
Giuseppe Ottaviani - Morpheus
GSPR & NEVALEFT - Into You
ILLENIUM, Tom DeLonge & Angels & Airwaves - Paper Thin
Jay Eskar, SFRNG, Hazel - Ignite
Joachim Pastor - Be Someone (Lost Frequencies Remix)
King Arthur, Dot n Life - Sax in the City
Konnect - Freak
Kream, Zohara - Water
Laidback Luke - Rolling Stone (DJs from Mars Remix)
Lawrence Hart - Try Repeat
LAXX - Facetime
LVNDSCAPE, Ozma - Turn Off The Radio
Maone - My Life
Marcus Santoro & Tim Van Werd - One Inside
Mark Bale, Madugo - No Rules
Marshmello, Imanbek, Usher - Too Much
Mason feat. Jem Cooke - Drowning In Your Love (incl. Mark Knight Remix)
Matoma, Emma Steinbakken – Wow
Mistajam - Party
Moonway - 2 Times
Nora En Pure, Tim Morrison - Come Away
OTIOT - Show Me Your Power
Sander Van Doorn, ONR - Temper Temper
Scooter - FCK2020
Selace - So Hooked On Your Lovin (Gorgon City Remix)
Seven Lions, Jason Ross, Crystal Skies, Jonathan Mendelson - Foolish Of Me
Siks, Pøp Cultur - Fusion
SLANDER, Fairlane, Jonathan Mendelsohn - Hurts Sometimes
SLVR & Tom Budin, Anml Kngdm - Down
Steff Da Campo & Lost Capital, A.D.O.R. - Struggle
Stevie Appleton, Sam Feldt - Paradise
Sullivan King - Someone Else
Sylver, Angemi, Dave Crusher - Losing my Religion
Timmy Trumpet & Vini Vici - Thunder
Volkoder, Sam Supplier - Thunder
W&W, AXMO, SONJA - Rave Love
Wildvibes & Patrick Key - Made For You (ft. Lasso The Sun)
William Black, Amidy - Closer Than You
Wolfpack, Bassjackers, Baba Yega - Halloween
Zedd, Griff - Inside Out
ALBUMS,EP'S,REMIX PACKS
Autograf - The Ace Of You (Album)
Bentley Dean - Inside my Mind (Remixes)
Beutnoise - Kong (EP)
Boris Foong - Nightfall (EP)
Gorillaz - Song Machine: Season One (Album)
Grey - Light (EP)
HOLLY - Dark Skies & Holy Grail (Mixtape)
Kasbo - The Making Of A Paracosm (Album)
Lucii - Wicked (EP)
Major Lazer - Music Is The Weapon (Album)
Night Bass Remixed Vol. 3 (Compilation)
NLMT - Bad Intentions (EP)
Phantoms - Moonlight (EP)
Pluko - Baby Blue (EP)
Tchami - Year Zero (Album)
Turno - DNA (Album)
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2020.10.20 01:05 FudgeSuprme Waking Nightmare - Chapter 10 - Part 3

[You chose to let him go.]
Kwame looks extremely worried. You look between his and Alvita’s faces. You lower your rifle and nod your head.
You: “Go.”
He stumbles backwards a bit.
Kwame: “Dankie. Dankie!”
You: “Yeah, just go.”
He runs off into it woods away from you. You stand there in silence and watch him go.
Alvita: “Thank you.”
You: “I won’t let him go next time.”
She just nods. You suddenly hear a gunshot, your and Samantha’s eyes meet. You panic and start running towards the sound. You come out into a clearing and see Javi, Elijah, Abbie and Chloe. You run up to them.
You: “Where’s Hazel?”
You get no answer.
You: “Where is she?”
[Time reverse: 1 day earlier. You are Chloe.]
You run as you carry Hazel and you’re pretty sure that the woman is following you. You flee into the dark trying to make some distance between you and the woman. You find a small ditch, as you duck into it, you try to make as little noise as possible. You hold a scared Hazel right against your chest as she makes muffled sounds into your shoulder. You whisper into her ear.
You: “Shh. Come on, Hazel.”
You both try to be as quiet as possible as you hear footsteps around you.
Woman: “Where’d you go?”
You stiffen up as the footsteps get closer. Things go completely silent. You try looking out of the ditch to see if the woman’s left, but as you do, you get pulled off the ditch, coming face to face with the woman.
Woman: “There you are!”
You try wrestling her gun from her hands, but she’s stronger and starts to bend your arm back, making the gunpoint closer towards you. You struggle as hard as you can, you panic as the gun points directly you and kick the woman in the knee. It snaps back the wrong way making her drop the gun and stumble back. As adrenaline still rushes through your veins, you take your chain and swing it into her eye. She wobbles and stumbles until able to stand or look straight. A sudden shot comes from behind you as a red spray comes out the woman’s ribs. She falls to the ground and you turn around to see Hazel with her revolver, she’s trembling. You kneel beside her and take the gun out of her hand. You’re stunned yourself.
You: “Ha-Hazel... You, ah... You ok?”
She just keeps shaking.
Hazel: “Elijah... Elijah said to... To use it in emergencies.”
You: “I know... And... It was, alright?”
She nods with tearful eyes. The woman's body jolts.
You: “Let’s get out of here.”
You lift her and start walking away from the scene. After a while, you notice that Hazel’s fallen asleep in your arms and you’re pretty tired yourself. You sit down and rest your body against a tree. You’re still holding onto Hazel as you try to get some sleep.
[Time skip: 1 day later.]
You and Hazel are just walking through the forest, just trying your best to head east. Hazel’s start whining.
Hazel: “Chloe. I’m hungry.”
You: “Me, too. We’ll try and find some food when we get back to the others.”
Hazel: “Ok.”
You keep walking until Hazel just falls. You turn and kneel next to her.
You: “You ok? What happened?”
Hazel: “I tripped.”
She sounds sad.
You: “Hey. What’s wrong?”
Hazel: “I... I tripped.”
You: “Yeah, I know. But... Is there something else?”
Hazel: “I’m... I... I’m cold and I miss my mom.”
You: “I know. You’ll see her soon, ok?”
Hazel: “What... What happened to you and Abbie’s mom?”
You laugh.
You: “Abbie isn’t my sister. She’s just my friend.”
Hazel: “Oh.”
You: “Yeah, but... I don’t know... What happened to my mom. I wasn’t with her at the outbreak.”
Hazel: “I’m sorry.”
You: “It’s ok. But, hey. Let’s get you back to your mom, yeah?”
Hazel smiles.
Hazel: “Yeah!”
You take Hazel's hand and start walking through the woods to the area everyone agreed on. As the two of you walk, you see the side of a building. You can also see a small part of the river in the distance.
Hazel: "Is that where the others are?”
You: "It might be. Let's check it out."
You both walk over to the side of the building and fire a door, it looks like it would be difficult to open if it was unlocked. You tug against it a few times to see if it'll be budge, it might with a really hard pull.
You: "Hazel, stand back, ok?"
Hazel: "Ok."
Hazel steps away as you grab the handle and start pulling as hard as you can. You can get the right amount of force so you put a foot against the wall, and then you put your other foot against the wall. The door pops open and you fall on you back, you get up and you both go inside. It's a large room, it has work tables, shelves of tools, engine parts laying around and it has a small docking area, it must have been some kind of boat repair place or something. It doesn't look any of the others are here.
You: "Guys? Anyone here?"
No response comes.
Hazel: "Where are they? Has something happened?"
You: "No. They've probably met up somewhere nearby here. We should... Look around, we if we can find anything useful. Or anything that might tell us where the others could be.”
Hazel: "Ok."
You split apart and search around the workshop. You check out as many cupboards, draws and closest as you can. You don't know where Hazel went. As you search quietly, you hear a scream and a crash.
You: "Hazel!"
You run to find where the sound came from. When you find it... Well, let's just say you wish you hadn't.
You: "Oh... Shit."
You see a walker lying on top on Hazel, eating away at her throat. A rush of adrenaline comes through you. You pick up a sledgehammer, run, and throw it into the walkers head. It smashes like a watermelon. You kneel down next to Hazel's body. She's dead.
You: "I-I'm... I'm so sorry, Hazel. I'm..."
You feel tears coming into your eyes, but you don't have time to cry because Hazel's coming back. Her body jolts a few times and she starts to groan. You pick up Hazel’s gun and place it against her head.
You: "I'm sorry."
You're shaking. You pull the trigger and shot Hazel in the head. You sit in shock for a bit until you hear someone shouting outside.
Abbie: "Chloe! Chloe!"
You slowly get up and start looking for the way out. You walk through the door slowly, you're still in shock. As you walk out, you see Abbie, Elijah and Javi. Abbie runs up to you.
Abbie: "Chloe. Jesus, are you ok?"
You don't say anything. You think about what just happened.
Abbie: "Chloe?"
The only reaction that you can manage is to throw up on the ground. Javi takes the gun off you.
Abbie: "Hey, hey... Alright."
You: "Sorry... I-I..."
Abbie: "It's ok. Tell me what happened."
You don't know what to start with. Tears start to stream down your eyes.
Abbie: "Hey. You're alright. It's ok."
She hugs you as you start to fully cry. Samantha and Alvita start running over to the four of you.
Samantha: "Where's Hazel?"
She's talking to you, but you can't talk back.
Samantha: "Where is she?"
Elijah: "Maybe just calm down a bit Samantha, yeah?"
Samantha: "I don't know where my daughter is, Elijah. I need to know where she is?"
You just keep crying in Abbie's arms. Samantha grabs your arm.
Samantha: "Where the fuck is she?"
Alvita: "Samantha. Stop."
You pull back from the hug a bit. You point a shaky finger to the repair shop you just came out of. Samantha looks confused.
Samantha: "Why would you leave her in there alone?"
You: "I... I didn't... I thought... Now she's... I-I..."
Abbie: "It's ok, Chloe."
Samantha's face starts to go extremely worried.
Samantha: "What happened to my daughter?"
You freeze for a second a then start to cry again.
Samantha: "Fuck."
Abbie pulls you back into a tight hug as Samantha runs into the building, Alvita follows her. Everyone's worked out what's happened.
You: "I didn't know... If I... I'm sorry."
Abbie: "Hey, it's alright. Ok? Just calm down, we'll work it out later."
You: "She's dead."
Abbie: "I know, but... We'll work it out."
Samantha comes storming back out of with her meat cleaver in her hand and murder in her eyes. Alvita runs to stand between her and you, Javi and Elijah join her.
Alvita: "Samantha, stop it."
Samantha: "She killed my child!"
Javi: "She didn't kill her."
Samantha: "Don't fucking speak to me! You'll obviously take your fucking friend's side!"
Alvita: "There are no sides here, ok? Just calm down."
Samantha: "Hazel's fucking dead! My family! My fucking daughter!"
Alvita: "I know. But you can't take it out on her."
Samantha: "Fucking watch me."
She starts trying to move towards you again, but Alvita doesn't let her get far. Alvita grabs Samantha's hand and twists it back, she then takes the meat cleaver out and hands it to Javi. Samantha kicks her off and tires punch her a few time. Alvita blocks all the punches and grabs Samantha's body, she holds on until Samantha's punching is replaced by crying, turning the clinch into a hug.
Samantha: "She was my daughter."
Alvita: "I know. I know."
Samantha cries in Alvita's arms as you cry into Abbie's. Javi and Elijah just kinda stand there.
[Time skip: 2 hours later. You are Abbie.]
You've been beside Chloe for the past hour, mostly hugging her as she cries. She finally told you all what happened which just made Samantha angrier. Javi and Elijah dug a grave and now Samantha and Alvita are stood over it. Elijah comes over to you and Chloe.
Elijah: "Hey... Can I..."
Abbie: "Maybe not right now, Elijah.”
Elijah: "No, no. I've, um... I just... I’ve just come to talk.”
He turns his attention to Chloe. She starts speaking manically before he can get a word out.
Chloe: "I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Elijah. I know you loved her and-and if I... If I knew what was gonna happen I... I would've made her stay with me. I'm just so sorry."
Elijah: "Yeah, I know... And, you know... Stuff happens. I'll miss her like crazy, but... It isn't your fault. You can't... You can't know what'll happen... I guess I'm just... I'm just trying to say I don't blame you. Ok?"
Chloe nods as tears start coming into her eyes. You hug her again. As you do you mouth "Thank you" to Elijah. He just nods and goes away.
Chloe: "She... She was a kid, Abbie. She was so young and... She's dead because of me."
You: "No, not because of you. Ok? Don't say that. Never say that. It's not your fault."
She just keeps crying against you. Samantha walks back over to the group, she throws her bag on her back and picks up her rifle.
Samantha: "I'm done with you people."
She starts to walk away but Alvita stops her. They have a whispered discussion until Samantha just shouts.
Samantha: "She's fucking dead!"
Chloe breaks back from you a little bit and looks over to Samantha.
Chloe: "I'm... I'm so sorry... If I knew... I didn't want this."
She breaks down crying again so you pull her back into a tight hug. Samantha doesn't say anything, she just stands there, quietly. Nobody knows what to say so it's quiet for a while, Javi steps up.
Javi: "We... We should follow the river now that we can see it."
Elijah: "Yeah... Yeah... Probably."
You all look at Samantha, she just stands there in sad silence.
Alvita: "Let's just go."
You: "Maybe we should-"
Voice: "Hey!"
Javi quickly moves with his pistol and aims it at a man behind you. He's a tall man with dark brown hair. He wears black jeans, boots and jacket with a white shirt and a pair of glasses. He has a revolver aimed at you.
Glasses: "Put that fucking gun down."
Javi: "I don't think so."
Another voice comes from the other side of you, it's another man.
Man: "I think you should."
Javi turns to the other man, who has a hole through his ear, and sees a girl behind him. The man is wearing a dark blue boiler suit with the sleeves rolled up and brown boots. He stands with purpose, with a shotgun ready. The girl stands slightly behind him with a small hatchet. She has dark blonde hair in a ponytail, a brown jacket that matches her boots, blue jeans, and a white and blue checkered shirt. Alvita aims an arrow at the man with glasses as Javi stays in the man and the girl.
Man: "Who are you?"
Javi: "Could ask you the same thing."
Glasses: "Answer his damn question."
Javi: "Why should I?"
Man: "We're staying near here and heard gunfire. We want to make sure that no-one's causing trouble for us."
Javi: "Well you don't have to worry about that. We're just gonna be on our way."
Glasses: "Bullshit, you'll be in your way. I'm fucking putting you down."
Man: "Back off, Dean."
Dean: "They're clearly trouble! How can't you see that!"
Girl: "Well I guess you see more than us with four eyes, don’t you?”
Dean changes the aim of his revolver from Javi to the girl.
Dean: "What did you fucking say?"
Girl: "Don't aim that fucking thing at me again!"
Man: "Both of you shut up!"
They both resist the urge to say something.
Alvita: "He's Dean. But you two got names as well?"
Man: "We might. What's it to you?"
Alvita: "Important. So tell us."
He hesitates but then gives in.
Man: "I'm Harold. This is Amy. What about you people?"
Javi: "I'm Javi. This is Alvita, Chloe, Abbie, Samantha, and Elijah."
Harold: "Well, maybe you-"
A shot goes off. It came from Samantha's rifle, she wasn't aiming at anyone she was trying to get everyone's attention.
Samantha: "I've had enough of this. We're leaving."
Dean: "You're not going anywhere!"
Samantha: "Fuck you!"
Harold: "Alright, calm down."
Dean: "Don't tell me what to fucking do!"
Amy: "Grow the fuck up, Dean!"
Dean: "Fucking bitch!"
Harold: "Dean!"
Samantha tries to walk away, but Dean aims at her.
Dean: "Hey! I told you, you aren't going anywhere!"
Samantha: "Or what? You'll shoot me?"
Dean: "Yeah, I will!"
Alvita: "You'll have to shoot her before I shoot you. And I'll be faster."
Dean: "Fuck you!"
Harold: "Just lower your guns... And bow."
You can't be bothered with the situation anymore. None of them are going to actually shoot anyone, so there's no point in keeping this going. But you could just flat ignore them until they're done.
[Stop the standoff or wait of it to end.]
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2020.08.27 20:11 AGirlHasOneName [1/n] 150 Baby Names + Stats From Jan 1 2020-August 24 2020

Welcome to my first post on names I have been collecting from recent births across the US!

Intro:
Alright everyone, in lieu of the SSA’s release of popular baby names, I figured now would be as good a time as any to start my series of posts on recent baby names I have collected from hospital birth announcements across the country. As a hobby, I regularly try to find hospitals who list newborn baby names and I collect those names in documents. These hospitals all do things differently - some list all names ever, others only keep the records for a few months, some list middle names, others don't. Over the next few weeks, I will be compiling and posting these baby name lists with some statistical analysis to try to answer our burning questions about current name trends!
With regards to privacy and respect:
While all names on here have been listed online with the consent of the baby’s parents, I will be taking some extra precautions to protect the privacy of the families. I will not post the hospital names or precise locations of where these hospitals are. I will also leave off any middle names that are very clearly surnames of one of the parents.
Also, I would like to ask that we try to keep our comments on these names civil and constructive. Remember that these are proud new parents and it would be devastating to come across some strangers on the internet making fun of your new baby's name. Also, remember that these names represent families from all races, ethnicities, socio-economic backgrounds etc so we may see some trends that are different from what we’re used to seeing. So let’s keep an open mind and have fun!
Also, since this is my first post on this, please let me know if you'd like to see any changes, or other statistics, for the data for future posts! I have a Python script for this analysis so it's not too much work to add other stats.
Hospital 1: Names available from Jan 1 2020 - August 24 2020
Note: this hospital lists names from past years as well. I may do a follow up post with 2019 names!
Location demographic: Midwestern, medium-size city, >80% white
Statistical breakdown:
78 girls, 72 boys
Most common first names for boys: Brooks (3), Carter (2)
Most common first names for girls: Olivia (3), Paisley (2)
Most common middle name for boys: James (8), Michael (6)
Most common middle name for girls: Rose (8), Grace (5)
BOYS
Aiden Michael
Alden Matthew
Alvin James
Angelon Ermon
Augustus John
Baylor James
Beckett Charles
Benjamin
Bodie Daniel
Brooks Cru
Brooks James
Brooks Thomas
Cael Mario
Camdin Lee
Carl Michael
Carter Daniel
Carter Lee
Carver Hale
Charlie Robert
Colin Dean
Cooper Edward
David Lee Jacob
Dawit Bereket
Devante Marc
Ean Mikael
Easton Gerard
Eliel Judah
Ezra Michael
Gabriiel Alan
Gavin William
Grayson Todd
Gunner Chad
Heiden Ryan
Henry Dean
Huntley Jax
Jace Henry
Jack Mitchell
Jake He Roy
Jamison Myron Oliver
Jasper James
Jaxon Eric James
Jettson Theodore
Justin Salvatore
Kade Joseph
Kasten Leon
Kevin Jr. Wayne
Kinnick Todd-Marvin
Kobe Maliki
Kwinton Charles
Kylen Jakari
Kyne Malcolm
Landon Daniel
Leo Dean
Letting Michael
Liam John
Logan James
Louis Henry
Luke Dennis
Maverick Cal
Max Matthew
Miles Christopher
Otto Michael
Parker James
Raiden Raylen
Rolando Michael
Ryder Lee
Sias Dwain
Teague Henry
Titan James
Walker Dewey
William Ronald
Wyatt Dean
Zachary Aaron
Zander Matthew
Zechariah Michael
GIRLS
Aaliaya Rae
Alison Dayana
Amirah Laura
Anaelle
Aoife Jo
Ariana
Arizona Kay
Athena Rose Michelle
Aubrey Hope
August Emerie
Aurora Ann
Aurora Scarlet
Ava Elizabeth
Blake Julianne
Brooklyn Marie
Brooklyn Rose
Cadence Grace
Callan Quinn
Eliette Joyce
Eliza Hope
Elizabeth Rose
Ella Ann Rose
Emersyn Rose
Emi Hope
Emma Rae
Ensley Rain
Estelle Sueann
Evangeline Joy
Evelyn Faye
Farris Olive
Finley Mikayla
Gemma GloriaAnn
Harper Rose
Hazel Magadalena
Ireland Marie
Jaelyn Ramona Marie
Josephine Renae
Jovie Rose
June Lucille
Kailey Grace
Kaizlee Rose
Kenna Noelle
Kennedi Mae
Kenzi Faye
Lauren Jene
Lena Elise
Liliana Diane
Loren Elsie
Lucy Jane
Luna Bella
Lyla Michelle
Maddilynn Marie
Madison Ann
Maiah Ann
Mal Evie
Memphis Grace
Meredith Kate
Millie Jean
Natalee Jean
Neytiri Corrin Amber
Octavia
Olivia Ann
Olivia Annalise
Olivia Sue
Ophelia Day
Paisley Grace
Paisley Karen
Parker Patricia
Persephone
Randyl Kay
Raven Rose
Reign Elizabeth
Rosalie
Ruthie Ann
Sawyer Kealoha
Serenity Jayde
Shalynn Joy
Sienna Grace
Sloane Louise
Sylvia James
Taya Marie
Thea Faye
Zoey Ann
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2020.08.08 04:49 Quirky-Motor Missing and Murdered Indigenous...Men? Why are there so many missing men and boys from the Yakama reservation? Part 2 of 2.

Missing and murdered indigenous people
If you have spent any time reading about true crime, you probably know that American Indian/ Native American women go missing from the United States and Canada at alarming rates. On some reservations, women experience violence and are victims of homicide at 10x the rate of women in other communities.
But what about men and boys? Missing and murdered Indigenous boys and men are the forgotten group of this epidemic of violence on tribal land and many families are aching to see the cases of their missing/murdered male loved ones solved. Just like with the missing women, men and boys are going missing at an alarming rate on tribal land, but race is not the only factor. Men (and women) of all ethnicities who live on the Yakama reservation are missing and murdered at disturbing rates.
Missing and murdered indigenous people is a complex issue with prejudice and jurisdictional issues playing major roles. If you want to know more about the root of these issues, I suggest “Missing and Murdered” podcast by Indigenous Canadian journalist Connie Walker, who explains the issues much better than I ever could; that podcast is linked below.
Today, I want to highlight the stories of some of these men and boys, specifically those missing from the Yakama community. Because there are so many missing people who are practically unknown, I have decided to profile the cases of ALL the men and boys missing from the reservation, regardless of race.
This is a companion piece to another write up I completed about missing women and girls from the Yakama reservation. That write up can be found here. If some sections sound similar that is probably why. https://www.reddit.com/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/htvnv6/extensive_write_up_on_missing_and_murdered/
Background
Washington state is home to the fifth largest Indian reservation in the United States, the Yakama reservation, which is home to the Klickitat, Palus, Wallawalla, Wenatchi, Whishram, Wanapum, and Yakama people. According to the US Census Bureau, only the Osage, Puyallup (also in Washington state), Navajo, and Choctaw reservations are more populous. The Yakama reservation is located in South Central Washington state, just south of the city of Yakima. Of the 31,000 people who lived on the reservation, 11,000 are enrolled tribal members. Most people who live on the reservation claim Hispanic/Latino, white, or mixed-race descent, but Hispanic is by far the most common ethnic group. There are also small Filipino, Japanese, and Korean communities nearby. The Yakama reservation is located just south of the town of Yakima, Washington, a large farming community of 100,000 people. Apples, cherries, peaches, pears, grapes, and hops are all grown in the dry surrounding region. Harvest time brings thousands of migrant workers to the area, so the population is always in flux.
Outside of Yakima is the town of Union Gap (Pop. 8000), which is partially on the reservation, and partially off it. There are two other proper towns on reservation, Toppenish (pop. 8000) and Wapato (pop. 5000). Other small communities such as Satus, Harrah, White Swan, and Granger all boast several hundred residents each. All in all, the Yakama nation consists of 2,200 square miles of sprawling, rural land stretching from south central Washington nearly to the Oregon border. But from this unassuming patch of high desert and grassland, more than 30 Native women have gone missing/were murdered. If we add Native men to the equation, the number jumps to nearly 40 unsolved disappearances, deaths, and murders. If we add the deaths and disappearances of non-native people missing from the reservation, the number grows yet again.
Although the land is vast, the tribal population is small. From my estimates over .5% of native people on the reservation are missing or murdered. Like many tribal communities, unemployment and poverty is common, appropriate housing is scare, and according to the tribal council "disregard for the rule of law and general civil unrest" as well as gun violence and substance abuse is common. In 2019 a curfew was instated after a particularly bad shooting.
According to the Washington State Patrol, the Yakama nation has the highest percentage of missing people of any Native community in the state, even though they are not the most populous. The FBI created a task force in 2009 to investigate the possibility of serial killer among the Yakama, but the investigation determined that a serial killer was unlikely, but not impossible. This was because the causes of death were so different from victim to victim. The investigation did close 2 cases on the reservation after DNA on both women linked them to a man serving life in an Oregon prison, but the man is not believed to be responsible for any other crimes in the inquiry.
Whether a serial killer is loose on tribal land or not, this issue is complex and long standing and demonstrates how much substance abuse, domestic violence, accidents, and random crime affect the native communities in this county at 10x the rate of other communities. Some progress has been made such as state bill 2951 which allows Washington state authorities to track cases and help investigate and search for missing individuals on tribal land. Because tribal lands are usually under federal jurisdiction, state authorities previously were not able to help, despite being more familiar with the area than the FBI. This is only one small step in the right direction and although awareness is growing, the epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous people will not simply go away.
Many people have heard of this epidemic, but few know the names of the victims; today it is time to change that. Below are the profiles of 20 men and boys who are missing, murdered, or who have suffered mysterious deaths. For some of the individuals very little information is available. The list below is not necessarily complete. If you know of other unsolved cases let me know in the comments below.
Quick guide: Yakima- large town near, but not on, the reservation
Yakama- the tribe and people group
NOTE: all cases organized most to least recent. In order to be profiled the cases in this piece must have some connection to the Yakama Indian reservation. This could mean those who lived on the reservation, were last seen on the reservation, are believed to be missing within the confines of reservation, or are of Yakama heritage by birth. Hope that makes sense.
Missing
Bernard Schieber, 86, of Yakima has not been seen since Aug. 8, 2019, when he left his home in the 2500 block of South 84th Avenue in Yakima. His black, full-size Chevrolet pickup was found a few weeks later in a closed portion of the Yakama Nation reservation. It appears to have been parked normally and not crashed or damaged. When he left his home in the city of Yakima, Bernard had only ¼ tank of gas and no money. He suffers from dementia. Bernard is described as a white male with blue eyes and gray hair. He weighs 190 lbs. and stands 5’ 11” tall. Anyone with any information about Schieber is asked to call the Yakima County Sheriff's Office at 509-574-2500. He is still missing.
Josiah “Jo” Michael Hilderbrand aged 25 and his friend 47-year-old Jon Joseph Cleary left southern California in early June 2020 to travel to a Grateful Dead concert at The Gorge a venue in Washington state. Both men were traveling together in a light blue 2004 Honda Civic hybrid when they were last heard from on June 7th, 2019. On June 8th their abandoned burned out car was found 8 miles west of Toppenish in a deserted, rural area of the reservation. The FBI has stated they believe the men are dead but they are officially listed as missing.
Josiah Hilderbrand is described as white male, age 25, with light brown wavy hair and blue eyes. He is 5’8” and 165 lbs. He has a neck tattoo. Jon Cleary is a white male, 47 years old, and 6’3” in height weighing 230 lbs. He has brown/gray hair and beard and brown eyes. He usually wears a baseball cap.
Remains found August 5th, 2020 near Toppenish may belong to the men. The FBI is handling the case as the men were found on tribal land. The families are offering $35,000 for information that can solve the murders. Even if the remains are those of the “Dead Heads” the crimes of their deaths remain unsolved.
Strangely enough Hilderbrand and Cleary died on the same day that a mass shooting occurred in White Swan where two men, Donovan Quinn Carter Cloud and James Dean Cloud, killed five people. The shooters have been convicted in that crime and some have speculated that both crimes are related. This mass shooting was the crime that inspired that reservation-wide curfew to be put into effect.
Elias Chief Culps, 25, was last seen in White Swan on Dec. 27, 2018 and has not been heard from since. In 2015 Elias was a witness in a court case about unreasonable searches and seizures and whose jurisdiction should be involved when fugitives are found on tribal land- the outcome of that case is unknown. There is little information available about Elias’ disappearance. Those with information are asked to call the Yakama Nation Police Department at 509-865-2933, case number 19-009167. He is described as a Native American male, 5’6”-5’7” in height and 150-170 lbs. He has brown hair and eyes and a tattoo on his neck.
Jose Francisco Canales a 43-year-old father of 7 children was last heard from on July 7, 2018 in Harrah, Washington where he resided with his wife of nineteen years. He was last seen at La Guadalupana (a store in Harrah) on July 6, 2018 where he cashed his paycheck. The next day, July 7th, he called his boss to report that he would not be coming into work that day. This was the last time anyone saw or heard from Canales. He is described as a Hispanic male, 5’7” or 5’8” in height and 145 lbs. with brown hair and eyes. He has a scar on his left hand about 1” in length and a tattoo of a heart on his right arm/shoulder area. He was last seen wearing along-sleeved t-shirt (possibly green), blue jeans, brown sneakers and a blue baseball cap. He has a receding hairline and some gray hairs in his beard. Canales may be driving a gray 1994 Ford Ranger single cab pickup truck with the Washington license plate number B53351T. There may be a green 2018 Polaris 450HO four-wheeler in the bed of the truck; it has the vehicle identification number (VIN) 4XASEA509JA252860. Canales's case remains unsolved.
Rolando Gabriel "Gabby" Gutierrez, of Mabton has been missing since Sept. 16, 2017. The 44-year-old was the oldest of six siblings and was close to his family. When his family last heard from him, Gutierrez was in Puerto Peñasco, also known as Rocky Point, a Mexican fishing and resort city on the Gulf of California. He was staying in the area and had weekly phone contact with his family. Gabby was planning to come home for his niece’s birthday in October, but he never made it. One of his sisters worried that Gabby was “wrapped up” in the drug trade. In November 2019, forensic scientists in the Mexican state of Sonora announced that they had recovered 52 bodies and skeletons from a mass grave near Puerto Peñasco. Gabby’s family told an Associated Press reporter that they thought there might be a chance his body was among them, but this is not known for certain. Rolando “Gabby” Gutierrez is described as either a Hispanic or a mixed race (Caucasian/ Hispanic) male who is 5’10” in height and weights 180-260 lbs. He has black hair and brown eyes but he shaves his head. He also has a zodiac cancer symbol tattooed on his arm and has pierced nipples. There is currently a go fund me for Gabby’s family so one of his siblings can travel to Mexico to give their DNA for comparison. Mexican authorities are investigating this case.
Kristopher Fowler, 34, was last seen Oct. 12, 2016. Fowler, affectionately known as "Sherpa" and “Kris” was hiking the Pacific Crest Trail and had started at the border with Mexico with a goal of completing the 2,800-mile trek to the Canadian border. He was last seen in the White Pass area only a few hundred miles from his destination. Kris was last seen at a convenience store in very rural Yakima county. Kris is described as a white male, 6’2” and 165 lbs. He has blonde hair and beard and blue eyes. He is believed to be lost in the wilderness. His step mother still hopes the body can be recovered some day. Those with information should call the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office at 509-574-2500.
Joseph Eric Miranda Jr., 24, has been missing from Granger since May 26, 2016. Reports say Joseph went to his bedroom on May 26, 2016 around 10:30 pm after talking with his father. His mother went to check on him in the morning but he was nowhere to be found. She last saw him late on the evening of May 25, 2016 and initially thought he had gone on a walk never returned. It is unclear if Miranda and his wife also lived at the house with his parents or if he was only staying there. According to one source, Miranda left his wife a note that said he “wouldn’t be seeing her for a while.” Miranda had a bank card and a cellphone with him when he disappeared, but because the cellphone was a government issued phone (a burner phone maybe?) it cannot be pinged. His bank card was last used on May 25th to buy a soda at a gas station and it has never been used again. He left his keys and his car at his parent’s home. There has been some activity on Miranda’s social security card but it is unknown if the user is Miranda or an identity thief. Joseph’s favorite movie is a 2014 film called Wild, about a girl who hikes through the wilderness of the Pacific Crest trail. His family worries he embarked on a similar journey and either got lost of met with foul play. They ask that if Joseph is out there to please contact them so that they know he is alive and well.
Joseph is described as a Hispanic male, 5’7” or 5”8 and 180-195 lbs. He has black hair and brown eyes. Miranda had long hair and a beard at the time of his disappearance and usually wore his hair long but occasionally cut it very short. He wears prescription eyeglasses with silver frames. He has a strawberry birthmark on his chest and a small mole on his upper lip. When last seen he was wearing multi colored swim trunks, a green long-sleeved shirt and superman flip flops. He often wears flip flops, his Rx glasses, and bandanas or hats on his head. If you have seen Miranda or have information please called the Granger PD at 509-854-2656.
Chad Nathan Stotz-Gomez, 36 of Union Gap, drifted between homeless camps at the time of his disappearance, but talked to his mother and other family members regularly. He was last seen on July 10th 2015. He has not been seen or heard from since. Some believe that this case is connected to the case of Cody Turner (details below). The same day Stotz-Gomez disappeared, there was shooting at a homeless camp between Yakima and Selah, Washington. The victim, a 36-year-old woman, was injured but the victim has not cooperated with law enforcement and no arrests have been made. Police found Stotz-Gomez's DNA at the shooting scene. Some have speculated that the shooting is connected to the November 2015 murder of Norma Emmerson, who was shot in the head outside East Selah, Washington. Some reports say Norma had information about a homicide committed by her ex-boyfriend, Raven Cutler. Cutler ultimately pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Cutler told Cody Turner's mother he'd seen Cody Turner (case below) and Stotz-Gomez together in downtown Yakima, but his information has not been verified. Other witnesses believe that the two men, Turner and Stotz-Gomez, knew each other casually and believe that their disappearances must be related.
In the past Stotz-Gomez has lived in New York and Montana and he may have traveled there. At the time of his disappearance, was required to check in weekly with the police. Stotz-Gomez is described as a Hispanic or mixed-race Hispanic/Caucasian male, 5’9” and 180-190 lbs. He has black hair and brown eyes and usually wears a beard. He has the following tattoos: barbed wire on his upper left arm, a skull with wings on his right arm, the letters "SUR" on one hand, the number 13 on the other hand, and a small cholo face on his chest. If you have any information please contact the Yakima County Sheriff's Office 509-574-2550.
Cody Turner, 24, was last seen July 26, 2015, in Yakima leaving the home he shared with his father and grandparents. Cody had been gone that day with his dog Ariel but arrived at the home in the evening where he ate, showered, and picked up some cigarettes before leaving the house again. He had his cellphone on him but since July 28th, 2015 the phone has gone straight to voicemail. According to some sources Cody was homeless at the time of his disappearance but according to others he lived at his grandparent’s house with his father. Cody has a history of meth usage and his family believes he was using at the time of his disappearance. Despite his drug use, Cody’s family said he usually returned home every evening and talked to his family daily. He does not have a history of dropping out of sight or being out of touch with his family.
Cody is described as a white male 5'5 - 5'7, 150 - 170 pounds. He has sandy colored hair and green eyes. He keeps his hair very short and tidy. He sometimes wears facial hair (a goatee and mustache) which he keeps short. Turner's nickname is Cooter. He has two scars, one on his left wrist and one on his abdomen. His ears and tongue are pierced, but he had stopped wearing his earrings and tongue ring prior to his disappearance. Turner has the following tattoos: the name "Natilie" with flames and barbed wire on his right bicep, three skulls with swords going through them on his left bicep, and a tribal stamp on the inside of his upper left arm. Turner has previously fractured his left foot and he smokes cigarettes. His case may be connected to Chad- Stotz Gomez’s case which is why it is included in this piece, even though he has no connection to the reservation.
Justin Lee McConville has been missing from Toppenish since sometime in January 2015. He was 24 years old at the time and was last seen on the Yakama reservation, but often travels to Oregon and fishes along the Columbia River. Some sources say he is nomadic and had no permanent address but others say he lives in Toppenish. Justin is described as a Native American male with long brown hair which he wears in a pony tail and brown eyes. McConville has a half-sleeve tattoo of a Native American man, Chief Joseph, on his upper right arm. He also has a tattoo of a tribal fishing design on his left arm and a tattoo of a Native American design on his back. He is 6’0”-6’2” and weights 165 lbs. Yakama Tribal Police are investigating. They can be reached at 509-865-2933.
Anthony “Tony” Peters, also known as Anthony Colfax Peters, 56, was last seen in October 2014 at Legends Casino in Toppenish. According to his sister, Peters was homeless at the time, living with relatives or friends or elsewhere when necessary, but he regularly talked to his family and friends. According to his sister, Alfrieda, Tony like many homeless individuals had a complicated life. His temper sometimes got him into trouble, but eventually he always came around. His sister remembers him as a natural born artist who did powwow dancing, beadwork, and drawing for fun. He was also a good singer. In the past, he has been known to travel to other nearby reservations such as the Umatilla or Warm Springs. He has also been known to travel to Seattle. He would drop out of sight from time to time, but never for more than a few weeks.
Tony is described as a Native American male with black hair and brown eyes. Peter’s nickname is Tony, and he may use the name Anthony Colfax Peters. He has an overlapped front tooth and one front tooth is missing. He is 5’6” and his weight fluctuates regularly. His missing person case remains open with the Yakama Nation Police Department, number 15-006132.
Roland Elton Woodall Sconawah a Yakama by birth was last seen in either Lyle or Dallesport Washington in November, 2013. Both communities lie on the Columbia river in Klickitat county in what was once the land of the Yakama people. Tribal members have fishing rights in the area even though it is not technically on the reservation. This is where Roland was last seen. The 23-year-old was somewhat transient. He went missing under unclear circumstances. Roland is described as a Native American male with brown eyes and black hair. He stands at 5'6 - 5'8, and weighs 140 - 160 pounds. He is sometimes referred to as Roland Sconawah Sam. Klickitat county sheriff’s office 509-773-4545, is investigating.
Ira Kennedy Yallup Sr. was last seen at the Lone Pine fishing site near The Dalles, OR. in May 2010. His family has offered a $1,000 reward for information about his whereabouts. He is a Native male in his 50s with black hair. No other vital statistics are available and he does not even have a Charley Project page. Yakama tribal police are investigating.
Francisco Javier Mendoza was 27 years old when he was last seen in the early morning hours of June 8th 1994 leaving a 7-11 convenience store in Toppenish. Francisco was with two friends at the time. Later that morning, the three friends were outside of Toppenish when their car broke down. Francisco apparently went walking in the direction of town in order to get help and vanished into the night. He has never been seen again. Few details are available and his friends’ story is considered suspicious. Francisco is described as a Hispanic male, 5’5” in height weighing 160 lbs. He has black hair and brown eyes. Mendoza may have a mustache, beard or a goatee. Some agencies may spell his first name "Franciso." He was wearing a white tank top, shorts and sneakers when he was last seen. Toppenish police are investigating, 509-865-4355.
Lawrence Jay "Larry" Riegel, 57 of Yakima worked as a carpenter and contract pilot before breaking four vertebrae, and injury that left him disabled. Right before going missing Larry had a surgery on his neck and some sources claim he was in a neck brace. Unable to work, Riegel was collecting disability. The last contact anyone had with Larry took place on Christmas day, 2009. He contacted several relatives and friends including a call to his mother to thank her for some clothes she bought him for the holiday. He was supposed to join his family in Yakima for a belated Christmas dinner on Dec. 26, 2009, but he never showed up or called. Riegel’s family described him as a “chatty Cathy” who talked to just about anyone and had daily phone contact with his friends and family. Riegel’s last phone call took place at approximately 5:30 pm on Christmas day. It is believed that the call was made to Riegel’s tenants who rented a farm from him in Union Gap, a town on the reservation. His tenants owed him $3000 in back rent.
Riegel lived with his girlfriend, Ladena Mann before he went missing. Mann claimed that the couple argued on Christmas day and Riegel left the home presumably to go see his tenants. She also claimed that Riegel assaulted her either on Christmas day or on January 4th before disappearing. When Mann tried to report this assault weeks later, she was unable because she had no injuries or proof of violence. Mann used Riegel’s money and EBT card after he disappeared as well as applied for her own EBT card claiming she still lived with Larry. Mann was charged with welfare fraud and perjury, but charges were dropped when she paid back the money and entered a diversion program. In one media interview she claimed that Larry is still alive and that he has “contacted several people” since going missing. She thinks Larry is residing in Idaho or Montana and has accused his family of knowing where he is. Ladena Mann is a person of interest in Larry’s disappearance as are his tenants, the last known people to have spoken to him. Riegel’s family is offering a $25,000 for information in the homicide investigation that leads to his remains. They have billboards all over the Yakima valley asking for information. Larry’s mother, aged 90, still drives around rural areas searching for his body.
Riegel is described as a white male with gray hair, a gray mustache, and hazel eyes. He is 6’2” and weights 200 lbs. He has surgical scars on his left knee and a prominent vertical scar on his neck from recent surgery to fix four broken vertebrae. He often wears eyeglasses and he has a limp in his left leg. He is also an alcoholic who frequented neighborhood bars. Yakima Police Department Yakima Police Department (509-576-6573) is investigating.
Donnie Sampson, 71, a well-known religious leader, had been serving for eight years on the Tribal Council’s Code of Ethics Committee when he disappeared in the fall of 1994 while hunting elk about 45 miles west of White Swan, near Mt. Adams. Donnie had a heart problem and had been prescribed nitroglycerin as a result. Right before his disappearance, he told his daughter that he (and the ethics committee) “was getting into something that’s going to make everybody mad.” He even went so far to tell her that he would be “making enemies” and that she and the community would hear about his findings soon enough. He had been investigating rumors of corruption in the tribal council and the housing authority before he went missing, but other committee members refused to elaborate on the matter.
Donnie’s truck was found Oct. 30, 1994, in the foothills of Mount Adams by volunteer searchers, but searchers found no trace of Sampson. His nitroglycerin, lunch, clothing and three rifles were found in his truck. A fourth rifle he left home with disappeared with him. Donnie’s children say tribal police has done little to investigate the disappearance, which they believe is a result of foul play. For example, his children were never interviewed and his truck was found by volunteers, not official search and rescue. Tribal authorities believe that the elderly Sampson simply got lost while hunting. There are no photos or description of Donnie Sampson available. He does not even have a Charley Project page. Tribal police are investigating.
Roland Jack Spencer III disappeared in late May 1984. He was 3 years old when last seen in the area of Knight Lane and Campbell Road in Wapato, although some sources say he was last seen in Toppenish. Roland is presumed to have been abducted by a non-family member, when he was in the yard. Curiously, Roland’s mother died under suspicious circumstances several years earlier (her case is featured in my previous write up). After her death Roland moved in with his great-aunt. Roland is described as a 3-year-old Native American male, with black hair and brown eyes. Roland has a scar on his abdomen. His nickname is Do-Boy and he may go by his middle name, Jack. Roland has some severe medical issues and disabilities. One website explains that Roland experienced brain damage in the womb which lead to his medical issues. Despite his hardships, he was a happy child who loved playing with cars. He is classified as mentally disabled, hard of hearing, and suffers from epilepsy. He takes medication to control his condition and may fall into a coma without it. He can only walk a few steps at a time and has very limited vocabulary and speaking skills. He was last seen wearing corduroy pants, a long sleeved red and white shirt, and tan boots. His was declared legally dead in 2000. Yakama tribal police are investigating, (509) 865-2933.
Murdered
Darryl Keith Celestine of Zillah, was murdered Sept. 25, 1988, in Wapato. He was found strangled outside his home. Darryl, a Yakama, was only 22 years old at the time. His murder is unsolved. Very little information is available.
What happened to these men? Why are so many people missing from such a sparsely populated area?
Sources
These sources are a good place to start.
https://www.yakimaherald.com/news/local/loved-ones-of-missing-and-murdered-men-and-boys-also-wait-for-answers/article_99d6a596-befe-5860-aa5d-a8fef822725f.html
https://www.yakimaherald.com/news/lower_valley/one-year-later-white-swan-quintuple-homicide-suspects-awaiting-trial-law-enforcement-targeting-crime-in/article_4ed98a29-a273-573c-8af1-031fdec6d248.html
https://www.yakimaherald.com/news/local/they-need-closure-families-of-men-who-went-missing-in-yakima-county-ask-for-publics/article_11358e29-b133-5458-9f13-acf4face7abe.html
The Charley Project and NAMUS
If you are interested in this issue as a whole, I suggest this podcast by Canadian journalist Connie Walker who explains and dives deeply into the issues discussed in the piece. You can listen to the podcast Missing and Murdered here: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/findingcleo/missing-murdered-who-killed-alberta-williams-1.4556030#:~:text=Sparked%20by%20a%20chilling%20tip,in%20British%20Columbia%20in%201989.
If you are interested in the cases of other missing Native Americans, my write ups on the Teekah Lewis and Bryce Herda cases can be found here on my reddit profile. https://www.reddit.com/useQuirky-Motor
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2020.07.23 10:46 believer1983 Where is Diane Genice Dye?

Where is Diane Genice Dye?
Personal Information
Date Of Birth: 11/20/1965
Date Missing: 7/30/1979
Missing From: San Jose, California
Address at the Time: 342 El Portal Way
Height & Weight: 5'2 110 lbs
Hair & Eyes: Brown Hair (Shoulder Length) & Hazel Eyes
Wearing: Blue Shirt & Light Blue Corduroy Pants
Other: Two Inch Scar on Chin, Greenstick Fracture on Left Forearm & Both Ears are Pierced
Parents: Patricia and Bill Dye (Recently divorced around the time she disappeared)
Siblings: Dean Dye
Details Of Disappearance
Diane was living with her mother Patricia and brother Dean in a house in San Jose, California just prior to her disappearance. According to a friend who was close to Diane, She was having issues coping with her parent's recent divorce. She wasn't able to see her dad as often as she would like. And to make things worse her mother worked long hours at a winery and wasn't home very often. As a result Diane started acting rebellious. According to her close friend Natja Kristy, She began smoking cigarettes, marijuana and began skipping school. According to Natja on the day of her disappearance he was at her house (He stated he was practically living with the Dye's during the time in question) when he heard her outside crying on the porch. She was upset that her mother wouldn't let her hang around people who were bad influences on her. She told him that she had planned to run away. Natja is on record stating he tried talking her out of it. And he thought he had. At some point she told him to leave her alone. And he did. That was the last time he saw her. I would also like to point out that Diane's brother Dean also stated she told him she was running away as well. According to Andrea's entry there were a few sightings of Diane after she was last seen by her family. One by a neighbor who saw her with a blonde haired girl. She was in her neighborhood at the time. The blonde haired girl has never been identified. The neighbor who reported the sighting stated he did report it to the police. Another was apparently at a Jack in the Box near Diane's home. This lead was provided by a member of Diane's family. It's possible that the sighting of Diane with the blonde girl and the one at Jack in the Box were the same lead. Another supposed sighting occurred in December of 1981 in Daly City, California. A former classmate stated he saw Diane at the Serramonte Mall. He did converse with her and he stated she explained that she didn't want to go back home. I would like to note all 3 (or 2) of these sightings were unconfirmed. At one point in the 80's Princess Doe was thought to be Diane Dye. But she was eventually ruled out via DNA as well as the dentals didn't match.
Andrea from WhereaboutsStillUnknown did the first real entry on Diane's case. Before that entry there really wasn't a lot out there.
CrimeBlogger1983 did a very recent in depth post on her case.
Discussion Points
Her case got no media attention at all when she went missing. It was only when they thought Princess Doe might be Diane. Why do you think her case was ignored?
Do you think Diane is still alive out there somewhere and she just doesn't want to be found?
There is one notable suspect mentioned in two of the links below. With what we know of this person. What are the odds he is responsible?
https://whereaboutsstillunknown.wordpress.com/2013/04/18/diane-dye
http://crimeblogger1983.blogspot.com/2020/07/where-is-diane-genice-dye.html?m=1
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2020.04.02 15:55 tacobell_enthusiast_ [RF] Liberal Arts

Francis walks like he knows exactly where he’s going, even though he’s in foreign territory. He strolls into the room, and pauses. He’s not alone, there’s another girl already waiting. She looks up from her phone, holding his gaze. It’s more than just a casual glance. A few seconds pass, and they size each other up. He looks away, and walks over to a tiny table where a stack of dilapidated magazines sits. Nothing interests him, and he looks back at the girl, she’s still staring, and she looks down at her shoes when their eyes meet again. She looks worried, but she wears a faint smile now. It’s enough for him, he sits down near her, and decides that he’s going to say something. This is the worst possible situation, and nothing comes to him. No funny observation. No witty remark. He goes for the first thing that comes to mind.
“What are you doing here?” Francis asks.
“Getting help,” She replies.
They’re sitting outside the therapist’s office at Carlow University. It’s perched in an office building overlooking Pittsburgh’s Fifth Avenue and the cars below inch at a crawl, working their way homewards - wherever that may be. Cheesy posters extolling “Teamwork,” “Dialogue!”, “Go Celtics!”, cling to the wall, there’s a bookcase stuffed with self-help and psychology textbooks. It stinks like Glade and Clorox baby wipes.
“You look like the last person that needs help.” Francis says.
“Really?” She breaks into a smile, choking back the tears that have been threatening for the past half hour, the worry haunting her expression disappears - it’s like the sun after a storm, and Francis senses that she’s someone special.
“Really. I’m fine too. But I need a cigarette. I don’t even smoke. I only smoke when I’m drunk.”
“I smoke.” She smiles.
“No way.”
She reaches for a pack in her purse. Marlboro Reds.
“No shit. Cowboy killers?” Francis smirks. “You smoke cowboy killers?”
“I usually smoke Gitanes. You say, cowboy killer?” The words form awkwardly - hesitantly, it dawns on Francis that English isn’t her first language. He swears she’s Italian.
“Are you Italian?” He asks.
She tosses her head back in laughter, the black hair tucked behind her ear comes loose and falls across her cheek. It’s almost too much and a stray tear trickles from her eye.
“Are you alright?” Francis is stupefied, raising a brow and leaning forward.
“No.” She shakes her head. “Or else I’d be somewhere else right now. Maybe a beach. Maybe in bed. My life is finished.”
“Same. I’m breaking up with my girlfriend and she said she was going to kill herself. It’s insane. My Pap told me to go talk to someone about it.” He blurts the statement thoughtlessly, and he looks away for a moment when he realizes it – he’s stressed and the cracks are showing.
“Do you want to kill yourself too?”
“No, not at all. She’s the one who needs to see someone. I’m basically going to the therapist for her, just to get advice. We’ve known each other since we were thirteen and my Pap is best friends with her parents. She’s basically his adopted granddaughter. He says he’ll quit paying for both my car and health insurance if I don’t stay with her. So here we are.”
Francis feels compelled to explain himself after sharing his initial revelation. He’s never seen a therapist, and he’s faltering – he doesn’t think it’s going to solve anything. Francis decides to open up to this girl, a total stranger. His words are honest, without the fear of judgement that comes with full disclosure to someone he knows well. He’s seen her around campus before, she was in one of his classes, but they never had a chance to talk. It’s strange, he still remembers the fun fact she shared on the first day. “My favorite band is the Rolling Stones.” It stuck with him, that’s his favorite band too.
“That’s sad about your girlfriend, but it’s funny that your Pap is uh, bullying you.” She smiles.
“Maybe.” Francis laughs. “What brings you here again?”
“I don’t know,” she says, brushing a strand of hair from her cheek.
“So, you’re just here for fun?”
“No! I actually broke up with my girlfriend too.” She laughs nervously, and freezes for a moment in anxiety – a crooked smile on her face.
“No shit.” Francis stares. She possesses a rare, imperfect beauty, and makes no attempt to mask her flaws. Dating another girl at this school is enough to make her a pariah. Carlow is a private, Catholic University located a block away from the University of Pittsburgh. The school is an afterthought, obscure to some even in Pittsburgh. There’s a convent on campus, and the social life is dead - if you go to a party, chances are it’s up the road at Pitt.
“It’s not as you think. I like men, but women too. The whole thing was a mistake. That’s why I’m here.”
“How do you accidentally date another girl?”
“It was just to, as you say, try it out, for fun, but she was too serious. I’m here abroad, I’m only here for one semester. She twisted me, as you say, um, I can’t think of the word. I just want to go home, if I even have one.”
“She screwed you?” Francis says. Picturing her going all the way with another girl floors him - it takes her to the edge, and that’s something he likes in a girl, that ability to break the mold and step outside the boundaries, to see something and pursue it. He lives life the same way.
“Yeah, um, she’s going to tell my father that we had the fling, she may have already. She’s a friend of the family, and she’s living here in Pittsburgh with a host and I stayed for one semester.” An ambulance speeds past on the street below, they glance out the window behind them. Two hospitals are located a block away from Carlow, and the sound of a meat-wagon howling past is usually enough to scare Francis awake during his lectures. Muffled conversation drifts from behind the closed door nearby. “That’s why I’m so upset. Because I will be uh, de-owned by my father.”
“You’re French, aren’t you?” Francis finally places the accent.
“Yes! But Italy is only a few miles away from where I live. That’s why I sound Italian. I live near Nice and Monaco.”
They gaze at each other. He feels it, there’s a connection.
“You’re something.” Francis sits for a moment and comes to a sudden decision. He needs a change, he’s desperate for it – he’s spent the last seven years in a relationship with the same girl, and he isn’t satisfied. This girl’s looks are captivating, with a unique, Mediterranean quality, stunning, and carefully refined. He risks it. “Listen, I’m a psych major. I bet you the guy behind that door is an asshole. Let’s go outside, and we could smoke a couple of those cowboy killers and talk this all out. I bet we’ll both get a lot more out of it. Besides, I’ve never met anyone from Monaco. I’m Francis by the way.” He offers his hand.
She takes it. “I’m Fae.” She pauses, considering the idea. “Let’s go.”
She stands and picks up her purse, she doesn’t think twice. Sometimes you meet someone, and once it happens you can’t un-see it.
“Allo!”
Fae plops into the passenger seat of the Hyundai. Through the gloom Francis can see she’s wearing one of those black, quilted jackets that reach down to the knee, black skin-tight jeans that are frayed on the thighs exposing the right amount of skin, and black Vans with the laces tied neatly. Her black hair reaches just below her shoulders, and she parts it down the middle, tucking half behind her left ear and the rest falling across her face - it’s like she’s hiding, her right eye covered, but she smiles, and her hazel eyes light up as they meet Francis’s gaze. For once he can’t find the words.
“You look great.” Francis says as she pulls the door shut behind her. The anxiety she had yesterday has disappeared. There’s something distinct in her movement, she makes the simple act of getting in the car seem smooth, effortless - sexy even. Francis is excited for tonight, but his mouth is dry and his heart is thumping, he just got off the phone with Allie - his girlfriend. He grilled her about her ‘suicidal ideations,’ and she admitted her bluff – this isn’t the first time Francis has threatened to end the relationship, and this isn’t the first time she’s responded with hysterics. “You couldn’t survive without me!” She screamed, her words still ringing in his ear. Just watch me, he told her. Just watch.
Rain patters on the windshield, and the tiny four-liter engine hums patiently as the car idles. Francis’s battered, six-year-old iPod is plugged into the sound system, and music from The Walkmen’s album ‘Lisbon’ plays low in the background.
Merci, et tu, and you I mean.” She laughs, “Sometimes I say things in French and don’t even realize, I hope you don’t mind.”
“I’ll get used to it.” Francis says as they pull away from the posh mansion in Pittsburgh’s Shadyside neighborhood where Fae has been staying. “How’s Katrine?”
“She won’t speak to me. Must we? Let’s talk about music, I’m so glad we have a common passion.”
“I’m glad too. I don’t know many girls who play the guitar.”
“Or are so good at photography.” She smiles – it’s white, perfect, framed by two shallow dimples. The car is sterile, he cleaned it earlier, emptying a half a bottle of Febreeze in the process, he is embarrassed by the huge coffee stain on the passenger side floor where Fae’s feet are now resting. Allie never cared, but Fae is immaculate and he prays she doesn’t notice.
“Photography?” Francis says, considering her statement as they make their way through the traffic on Penn Avenue, they’re hitting the back end of rush hour, and Francis tries to hone his focus as he splits his attention between Fae and the maze on the road. It’s dark, December – the rain picks up, tapping insistently on the Hyundai’s roof. The semester is almost over, and it’s reading week at Carlow. What Francis doesn’t know is that Fae has failed almost every one of her classes, she’s studying sociology, but the American classes don’t translate well to what she learned in the French system. Surprisingly, she finds the courses more rigorous in America. She doesn’t know what she’s going to do next. Francis is on track to make the dean’s list again, despite all the nights in the South Side.
“The picture I sent?” Fae says.
“Oh, yeah.” That photography. He smiles. They texted for hours after they parted ways the previous afternoon. They discussed their love of music mostly, but it didn’t take long until the conversation turned to romance. Francis eventually asked Fae what she looks for in a potential lover. She answered honestly – she wants confidence and sincerity, and she responded with the same question. Francis told her he wants loyalty and honesty. They made plans to meet up for what was essentially a date. It reached a point where Francis thought the conversation was over, until Fae sent a text that caught him off guard entirely. “Do you know how to French kiss, or am I going to have to teach you?” Francis wondered how far things would go. The next morning, he woke up to it – Fae striking a seductive pose in a mirror, in nothing but her black underwear. “That was nice.”
“I knew you’d like it.”
“I did.”
“I was expecting something in return.” There’s a playful glint in her eye.
“Sorry, I’ve only known you for twenty-four hours. I’m a prude.”
“No fun.” She says and faux frowns.
“I didn’t think you were that type.”
She throws her head back, and laughs. “I’m French!”
He laughs too now. It’s ridiculous, she’s the first French girl he’s ever met, and she has him hooked.
Francis parks near the door. The mall looms in the distance across the parking lot, illuminated by the soft yellow sodium bulbs of the street lights. The new movie theater juts out like a sore thumb, tacked on a couple years earlier. It looks like a sinking ship, and the rain is starting the gradual transition to snow. Francis catches a glimpse of himself in the car window, and meditates upon his reflection. His hair is black, cut short and styled with Garnier Fructis hair gel that sticks to the fingers and smells like a rotten fruit smoothie - it’s unpleasant, but it gets the job done. His clothes are understated yet suave, and Francis looks like someone you’d see within the pages of Vanity Fair magazine – cool, debonair, but grittier and more driven. His eyes are a grey-blue, placid, thoughtful, girls always remarking upon them, “You have such nice eyes Francis,” and he just brushes it off like always because of Allie. Francis is good-natured, and he knows it. He’s never had trouble getting along with other people, and he senses that in Fae – they’re extroverted, maybe even a little cocky.
The snow is sticking to their hair in white specks and making the ground slick. Francis’s leather jacket is too thin and he shivers. The red sign tacked to the side of the strip mall reads “Guitar Center” except some of the bulbs are out so it’s “Gut Center.”
“This place is the Walmart of guitar shops,” Francis says clicking the key fob and locking his Sonata.
“How so?” Fae asks.
“You’ll see what I mean.” Francis hasn’t mentioned that he comes here with Allie sometimes out of boredom, and they’d spend an hour or two playing every guitar and the drums, and sometimes the keyboards too. They’d leave after purchasing a pack of picks or some strings because they felt bad for disturbing the peace in the otherwise empty store. Francis had noticed at some point that they never seemed to sell the guitars, you’d come back a month or two later and there’d still be that Fender Duo-Sonic hanging from the wall, biding its time until the right player comes along.
“The weather was so nice yesterday. What happened?” Fae says as they cross the parking lot and head toward the door.
Yesterday, Fae and Francis went outside into the brisk December air on the tiny commons at Carlow University, and smoked a few Marlboros and chatted for about an hour. Fae was full of stories about her relationship with Katrine, who was the daughter of Fae’s father’s best friend. It was physical, and nothing else as she claimed, but Katrine had genuine feelings for Fae which weren’t reciprocated. Fae told Francis repeatedly that her only intention with Katrine was to experiment sexually. After a while, she asked Francis about his girlfriend. Francis realized he didn’t want to talk about Allie, but he was honest. He said he wanted to end things. “I don’t love her anymore.” He said, and he was lying. He still does, but she is smothering him - scaring the shit out of him at the same time.
Just think, if we get married, we’ll be buried together.” She had said. Allie haunts him. Over the summer, one of her cousins exchanged vows with a man she’d only known for three years. Afterwards, she fixated on the idea of marriage. “I’m ready whenever you are.” She brought it up constantly, and he played it off as best he could. Things finally came to a head, and one night she laid bare the terms of her love, and exposed just how deep it went – she’s obsessed with him. It terrified Francis, and he pushed her away, he went a week without speaking to her. That’s when things blew up. Francis loves Allie, but their relationship is like a burning building ready to collapse. On the other hand, the prospect of throwing away seven years of commitment to her gnaws on Francis – it undercuts his willingness to rush into things with Fae. The mere thought of Allie with another man is enough to incite feelings of heated jealousy. Tonight however, he pushes aside his misgivings, and focuses on Fae – she’s like a breath of fresh air.
“Do you know those guys?” Francis gestures towards the windows. Giant posters of Cobain, Lennon, and Clapton look on from behind the huge black panes, tonight Francis wishes they could speak. He trusts them – Kurt and Courtney, John and Yoko, Eric and Pattie. What would they say about Fae? And then he reconsiders, some of those relationships didn’t exactly goes as planned.
“Of course, I know those guys!” Fae gives Francis a playful shove. They hit it off yesterday, and this was agreed as just a short stop before dinner today, Friday. It was Francis’s idea after Fae mentioned she had played for years.
Francis holds the door for Fae.
“Merci!” She says as she steps through. They’re on the same wave length tonight, and there’s a palpable sense of attraction even when they aren’t talking - the way Francis keeps catching her gazing at him when she thinks he isn’t looking. Francis already knows from the short time they’ve spent together that Fae and Allie are the same type - outgoing, yet mysterious in some ways. When you look past her flaws, Allie is a girl of matchless beauty, but Fae is already proving herself.
Fae all but gasps when she sees the carousel of amplifiers, and the rows of mint-condition guitars waiting to make music. They make their way to the wall of instruments, the warmth of the indoors leading them to unzip their jackets. Fae is wearing a blue sweater over a white blouse, and something about the way the neatly buttoned collar of her shirt peeks above the neck line of her sweater looks distinctly French.
“Didn’t you say earlier you have a Fender Jaguar at home?” Francis asks.
“Oui, il est douane… uh custom. It has an uh, hum-bucker in the uh,” She makes a gesture.
“The bridge? That’s cool, and you like the Stones, right?”
“Oui! I love the Rolling Stones! I like Serge Gainsbourg too especially! Any rock!”
They edge closer to the wall, scanning for the right guitar.
“Oh, here is a Jaguar!” Fae spots a red Squier model and plucks it from its wall hanger. “It’s a poor man Jaguar but still the same.” She’s beaming.
“Have you ever played a Tele?” Francis reaches and pulls down a sunburst Fender Telecaster. Fae steps forward to examine the guitar, and is standing only inches away from Francis now, and she keeps brushing against him, he gets the sense it isn’t accidental.
“Yes! But I do not own one sadly. Just my Jaguar and my Stratocaster, and my acoustic.”
They plug into a couple of Marshall amps and noodle a bit. Francis knows instantly that Fae is lightyears ahead in her playing. She runs down an impressive jazz scale and plays a melodic chord progression he’s never heard. Francis is good, but not this good.
“You’ve been playing how long exactly?”
“Since I had four years! Guitar and football are my true passions!”
“Soccer?” “Yes! Football! I played at my university in France until, I, uh,” her bright mood dims, “until I tore my knee. Now I can’t ever again.” She rocks on the stool, her hair falling in her face.
“I’m sorry. It sounds weird, but at least you can play guitar for your whole life. That’s something I like to tell myself,”
“I never thought that!” She says. She smiles.
Francis plays a riff on his telecaster. “Do you know this?”
“Of course!” She responds with the serpentine rhythm part, they play for a few seconds and Fae starts to sing, quietly at first, and then more confidently.
“I can’t get no, sat-is-fac-tion, I can’t get no sat-is-fac-tion!” Her accent disappears as she sings, her voice ringing true, confident - resonant. Francis is thrilled, they play the whole song, she knows every word. They lock into each other’s groove, forgetting everything else, their problems fading into the music. They finish, and Fae finishes by flashing through a blues scale, concluding in a flourish.
Francis nods his head, playing it cool, trying to mask how ecstatic he is. “That was neat.”
“Neat?” Fae tosses her head back into that infectious laughter, and Francis watches with concern as Fae laughs, and laughs - she can’t stop. Fae has an absolute fit of laughter, and when she finally does stop, Francis notices that she’s drooling. His expression shows an edge of concern. She slowly wipes her face after finally coming to her senses. Francis job-shadowed at Western Psychiatric last summer, and he saw patients that acted just like this. It dawns on him that he met her at the therapist’s office. If it was anyone else Francis would run, and fast, but he’s in too deep now. He’s blinded, not only by the fact she’s gorgeous, but by the depth of their rapport – they give off the same vibe, they have the same personality. Not only is she ‘trop sexy’ as they would say in Nice, but she’s better than Francis at something, he’s used to being the best at most things, and he appreciates the occasions when he isn’t.
They pause, and lock eyes, neither looks away, and they’re both smiling. Fae is composed now. Francis leans forward and puts a hand on her knee.
“That wasn’t neat, that was amazing.”
“Thank you! I had a sudden idea, we are so good together, that we should start a band!” Fae remarks suddenly.
“We just met!”
“I know, but it would work! And I like you, a little too much I think!”
“I like you too.” Francis says. Then the quip about the band hits him – Allie is a superb drummer, he’s more than proficient on the bass, and Fae is clearly a gifted guitarist. Something clicks in his head. Maybe I don’t have to get rid of Allie after all, maybe we can learn to simply be friends. Maybe we can all coexist. He knows that if he got Fae and Allie together, they would click.
“What’s dating like in France?” Francis asks after they’ve been seated at Mad Mex. It’s a yuppie Cali-Mex restaurant exclusive to Pittsburgh where you can order a big azz margarita or seasonal burritos. Chili lights are strung from the ceiling and indie rock blares from the stereo, cubist graffiti art reminiscent of Picasso adorns the walls. Hipsters seriously dig the place, and Francis knows that’s exactly what he and Fae are. Not the casual sort who buy a vinyl Beatles LP from a thrift shop and let it gather dust in the corner of their dorm room – they’re the militant type who can quote Neutral Milk Hotel and tell you every type of guitar Lou Reed owned while he was with the Velvet Underground.
She collects her thoughts before answering the question. “Nothing like in America, much different. In France, it is much easier for guys and girls to be friends. Here it is uh, like if you’re not dating, or uh, if you’re not doing sex, then what’s the point? And when you do become exclusive in France, there is not so much possession. It is common to see a married woman go out with her married friend who is a man, and they are that, just friends, and nothing more. Contrary to popular ideas, I feel that French women are more conservative than those in America, because once she is exclusive she is loyal to a point of her honor.”
“That picture you sent me wasn’t very conservative.” Francis smirks. The lights are dimmed low, and Fae has a radiant, soulful look. There’s a spark in her eyes, she’s full of life and excitement. They have each other’s undivided attention.
“That was just me saying, ‘I’m interested.’” Fae explains. As the night has worn on Francis notices she is very touchy, very flirty. He likes it. He tries to ignore the thought, but she’s a more sophisticated, more attractive version of Allie. Even though Fae has an accent, it almost feels like he’s talking to Allie sometimes, they’re both very cool and easygoing. And then that remark hits him. I’m interested.
“That’s one of way of getting that across.” They laugh, and Fae leans forward with intent, rests her elbows on the table and cradles her chin in the palms of her hands. Francis can’t take his eyes off her, and he takes a moment to appreciate her. She doesn’t look like an American girl, and there’s an intangible sense that she’s European, even if he didn’t know already he could guess.
“You’re really tan for December.”
“My mother was Algerian,” Fae says.
“That’s interesting, do you think she’ll care when she finds out about you and Katrine?”
“Well, my mother is dead, Francis.” Fae looks down at the table, for a second he thinks he’s killed the vibe.
The waitress appears - she’s young, college age, and her arm is emblazoned with a full sleeve of colorful, floral tattoos. She takes their drink orders. Francis orders a Corona, and Fae asks for an expensive glass of wine. They both have fake IDs, and the server scrutinizes Fae’s heavily before letting it slide. She walks off.
“I’m sorry about your mother. That’s one more thing we have in common.” Francis says.
“What do you mean?”
“My parents died in a car accident when I was thirteen. That’s why I live with my Pap.”
The words hang heavy between them, and it’s terrible, but Francis feels a deeper sense of connection to her. He carries the weight every day, and usually waits a long time to tell people - until he can be sure that they won’t try to patronize him with half-hearted pity. Fae looks away. A group of yuppies sitting at the bar burst into raucous laughter.
“So, you know how it is?” Fae says, she stares off into the distance with a wounded expression.
“All too well.”
Neither has the words.
“Where’d you get your fake?” Francis says, changing the subject, they need to get off this. He wants things to go back to how they were just a minute ago, when it felt like everything was coming together.
“A website. I’d go insane if I couldn’t drink here.”
“I thought the waitress was going to take it.”
“As did I. The picture looks nothing like me.”
“Neither does mine. But it scans so I can go down Carson Street.”
“Lucky.” The drinks come and Francis squeezes the lime into the Corona bottle and Fae sips on her wine. They enjoy each other’s company for a few moments in silence.
“I just thought of something, Francis,” Fae remarks.
“Yeah?” “You’re more French than you realize.” Francis laughs. “How?” “Your way of acting. You are uh, laid back, yet confident, too many American men are inconsiderate.”
“I like the comparison, but you haven’t seen me around my friends,” he considers her statement, and adds, “you’re definitely not like other girls I know.” Francis says.
“How?” She laughs.
Francis pauses and chooses his words, he smiles. “You have a spark. You have this energy that’s fun to be around. Most girls I know these days don’t have that.”
“Really?” She laughs, her smile is unequaled, and the way she holds her expression is subtly seductive – it’s airy and inviting. “Anyways, what is your uh, situation, with your girlfriend, I feel you haven’t fully explained to me yet.”
“With Allie?” He doesn’t want to talk about her, he’s skirted around the subject so far. “We’re still dating technically.” He says. He feels stupid. The breakup isn’t official yet, and he doesn’t want to acknowledge the fact that he’s in the act of cheating right now. The fact troubles him, and the thought of letting Allie go for good ties his stomach in a knot. The unforgettable impression Fae has made so far complicates his feelings. Somehow, he wishes it was possible to have them both.
“Oh.” She says. Fae looks frustrated, and she purses her lips.
“I’m trying to end it, but the weird thing is, I think if you and Allie met, you’d really like each other.”
“That’s a funny thought.” Fae is playing with her hands, her hair falling from behind her ear. “The truth is, I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t feel something, I can’t describe it, but when we met yesterday, I wanted to get to know you. I know I sound crazy, but sometimes you just look at someone, and you feel something, you can’t describe why or how, you just know it’s happening. When we played music tonight Francis, I felt like we were in unison, the same. I wish we could have that feeling all the time.” She says.
Francis contemplates her words. She can feel it too then. He thinks she’s incredible. “How long are you in America?” He asks.
“Just until the new year,” She responds absently.
“Fae,” He hesitates. “We might be rushing things. We just met yesterday, and now we’re having dinner together. I don’t know about you, but I don’t care. It’s like this was all supposed to happen.” Francis takes a long sip from his Corona.
“Like fate?” She leans forward, her hazel eyes alive, warm.
“Yeah. Like fate. And if you’re leaving soon, we’ll have to make the most of it.”
Steph returns and asks if they’re ready to order. They’ve been caught up in each other and have forgotten entirely to look at the menu. Francis asks her to come back, and they quickly decide upon their orders while she’s gone. It hits him how hungry he is – the scent of Mexican cooking wafting around the restaurant – the tantalizing prospect of a spicy burrito.
“Not to bring up a shitty subject, but will your father really care that much when he finds out about Katrine? It’s almost 2013, if you want to try dating another girl I don’t see what the big deal is.”
“He will because he is very conservative, and, um, because I am nobility, and it is unacceptable for me to have relations with a girl.”
“What do you mean by nobility?”
“Whenever my father is gone I will be the Countess de Menton.”
Francis blinks. He doesn’t know what to make of it, but he’s intrigued. “You’re a countess?”
“The French government recognizes the fact that you are a marquis or what have you, but it’s meaningless mostly. Usually it just says that you come from an old family with a lot of money.” Fae explains.
“Is that true about you?”
She’s hesitant, Fae looks down and takes a breath. “I won’t tell you how much money I have. I feel that if you think I’m wealthy it will change things between us.” She pauses again, and Francis guesses that she doesn’t want to say too much. “But I will tell you that through my father, you can trace my bloodline back to the time of the crusades.”
Francis can’t wrap his head around the notion, but he puts two and two together. Her outfit probably cost a few hundred dollars, she just ordered a twelve-dollar glass of wine, and as subtle as it is, she comes across as somewhat arrogant, even though he can tell she’s at her most vulnerable. He doesn’t doubt her claim that she’s a countess, it makes sense. It dawns on him how high-class she is. Francis wavers, he leans back in his seat and runs a hand through his hair. He feels like he’s finally met his match, and he can’t shake the feeling that they’re developing genuine feelings for each other - it’s undeniable. He knows he’s diving headlong into things with this girl. At best, they have a brief fling, she goes home, and he never sees her again, but the way it seems now, there’s something genuine happening, and the last thing he wants is to hurt her.
Fae’s iPhone is laying on the table and buzzes to life. She reaches for it, reads the screen, and considers what she has just read. She sets the phone down, and then she bursts into laughter -it’s worse than before. She can’t stop, it’s manic, uncontrollable and she laughs until she can’t breathe, tears pouring down her face, and when she can’t laugh anymore she starts to cry. She covers her face with her hand, her whole body wracked with sobs.
“Fae!” He’s shaken. She is incredible, yet here she is having a nervous breakdown. He’s seen it before with Allie - she has her own issues. She continues. “Fae!” He repeats louder. She looks at him and gasps, her tears abate momentarily.
“Let’s go outside. You need some air. Trust me.” They stare at each other. “Trust me.”
“Oui.” They stand and walk through the mostly empty restaurant past the waitress.
“We’ll be right back.” Francis says as he leads Fae past the bar and outside through the porch and the iron gate that opens onto the parking lot. They’re on the sidewalk now, and Fae wraps her arms around Francis and buries her face in his chest and sobs, and he just hugs her as close as he can and lets her cry. There’s nothing else he can do. Snow flurries flutter through the air and his breath billows in white clouds. He closes his eyes. It’s been one day, and they’re virtual strangers. This is insane. She cries for a little while longer before going silent, and still they embrace.
“Want to talk about it?” he asks.
Mon pere.” She can’t find the words. “My father, he texts me, he says, I had a conversation with Katrine’s father, about the sickening things you’ve done.” She collects herself. “He says, don’t come home. You are on your own.”
Francis grits his teeth and pulls her closer.
“I’m sorry.” He doesn’t know what else to say.
“I didn’t want to go home anyways. I hate home… and I can’t go back to my host. Katrine is there. I have nowhere.”
Francis speaks without consideration – he goes all in. “You can stay with me. I live at home with my Pap in Regent Square. We have a guest room, and you can stay as long as it takes for you to get things figured out. I promise.”
Merci. Merci beaucoup Francis.” She releases him, takes a step back, and smiles. It’s the first time he’s seen her without worry. “That’s why I like you.”
“Why?” He laughs.
“We just met, but we don’t play games. We’re honest. Boys in France are taught to flirt, they flirt endlessly, and go in a circle and you get nowhere. But yesterday you said, let’s go talk, and we went outside and we’ve been nothing but honest with each other. I’ve never had this before.”
Francis gazes at her, the white puffs of their breath clouding the air between them.
“Fae, I can’t describe how I feel about tonight. I don’t care if we just met. We understand each other, it’s natural, and it’s like we were meant to find each other.”
Fae looks at him and smiles. They stare at each other wordlessly for a while, there’s something quietly passionate in the way they stand admiring each other.
“Want a smoke, cowboy?” She laughs. Fae reaches into her coat pocket and pulls out a pack of Marlboros. Francis laughs too. She hands him the cigarette and he places it in his mouth, he cups his hands around it and she lights it for him, the pungent smoke filling his lungs. He exhales. She lights her own cigarette. “So, what are we doing tomorrow?”
Francis takes a step forward, “We’ll think of something.” He pulls her close and they kiss.
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  236. Calculus, 2nd Edition: Bill L Briggs & Lyle Cochran & Bernard Gillett
  237. A History of Modern Psychology, 11th Edition: Duane P. Schultz & Sydney Ellen Schultz
  238. Congress Reconsidered, 11th Edition: Lawrence C. Dodd & Bruce I. Oppenheimer
  239. Theories of Personality, 8th edition: Jess Feist & Gregory Feist & Tomi-Ann Roberts
  240. American Government: Political Development and Institutional Change: 8th Edition: Cal Jillson
  241. Genetics: A Conceptual Approach, 5th Edition: Benjamin A. Pierce
  242. Listen to This, 3rd Edition: Mark Evan bonds
  243. An Introduction to Genetic Analysis, 11th Edition: Anthony J. F. Griffiths & Susan R. Wessler & Sean B. Carroll & John Doebley
  244. Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 6th Edition: Paul D. Kimmel & Jerry J. Weygandt & Donald E. Kieso
  245. Gardner's Art through the Ages:The Western Perspective, Volume I: 15th Edition: Fred S. Kleiner
  246. Statistics: Informed Decisions Using Data, 5th Edition: Michael Sullivan III
  247. Microbiology: An Introduction, Global 12th Edition: Gerard J. Tortora & Berdell R. Funke & Christine L. Case
  248. Laboratory Experiments in Microbiology 11th Edition: Ted R. Johnson & Christine L. Case
  249. Images, Ethics, Technology (Shaping Inquiry in Culture, Communication and Media Studies): Sharrona Pearl
  250. The Leisure Commons: A Spatial History of Web 2.0 (Routledge Studies in Science, Technology and Society): Payal Arora
  251. Resisting Work: The Corporatization of Life and Its Discontents: Peter Fleming
  252. Hermeneutica: Computer-Assisted Interpretation in the Humanities (MIT Press): Geoffrey Rockwell & Stéfan Sinclair
  253. Privacy, Big Data, and the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement: Julia Lane Victoria Stodden Stefan Bender & Helen Nissenbaum & Julia Lane & Victoria Stodden & Stefan Bender
  254. Calculus for the Life Sciences, Global 2nd Edition: Raymond N. Greenwell & Nathan P. Ritchey & Margaret Lial
  255. Worlds Together, Worlds Apart: A History of the World: From the Beginnings of Humankind to the Present (Concise Edition) (Vol. Volume 2): Elizabeth Pollard & Clifford Rosenberg & Robert Tignor
  256. Differential Equations and Linear Algebra, 4th Edition: Stephen W. Goode & Scott A. Annin
  257. Career Fitness Program: Exercising Your Options, 11th Edition: Professor Emeritus Diane Sukiennik & Professor Emeritus Lisa Raufman
  258. Manual Therapy of the Extremities: Eric Shamus & Arie J. van Duijn
  259. Guide to Firewalls and VPNs, 3rd Edition: Michael E. Whitman & Herbert J. Mattord & Andrew Green
  260. Health and Wellbeing in Childhood: Susanne Garvis & Donna Pendergast
  261. Marketing: An Introduction, 12th Edition: Gary Armstrong & Philip Kotler
  262. MANAGING INNOVATION: Integrating Technological, Market and Organizational Change, 4th Edition: Joe Tidd, John Bessant
  263. Microsoft Visual Basic Programs to Accompany Programming Logic and Design, 8th Edition: Jo Ann Smith
  264. Basics of Web Design: Pearson New International Edition: HTML5 & CSS3, 2nd Edition: Terry Felke-Morris
  265. Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases: Competitiveness and Globalization, 11th Edition: Michael A. Hitt & R. Duane Ireland & Robert E. Hoskisson
  266. Absolute C++, 6th Edition: Walter Savitch
  267. Earth's Climate: Past and Future, Third Edition: William F. Ruddiman
  268. Research Methods in Human-Computer Interaction: Jonathan Lazar & Jinjuan Heidi Feng & Harry Hochheiser
  269. Financial Management: Theory & Practice, 15th Edition: Eugene F. Brigham & Michael C. Ehrhardt
  270. The Struggle for Europe: The Turbulent History of a Divided Continent 1945 to the Present: William I. Hitchcock
  271. Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning, and Operation, Global 6th Edition: Sunil Chopra & Peter Meindl
  272. Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Brief Fourth Edition) (Vol. 2): Eric Foner
  273. Intercultural Communication: A Contextual Approach, 6th Edition: James W. Neuliep
  274. Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology, 2nd Edition: Ronald J. Comer
  275. Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology (SAGE Foundations of Psychology series), 2nd Edition: Alex Haslam & Craig McGarty
  276. DK Communication: Lisa A. Ford-Brown & DK Dorling Kindersley
  277. SEO 2017: Learn search engine optimization with smart internet marketing strategies: Adam Clarke
  278. International Organizations: Politics, Law, Practice, 2nd Edition: Ian Hurd
  279. IT Consulting Essentials: A Professional Handbook: Dave Faulise
  280. Student Solutions Manual, Chapters 1-11 for Stewart’s Single Variable Calculus, 8th Edition: James Stewart
  281. Give Me Liberty! An American History, Seagull 5E Vol 2: Eric Foner
  282. Managing Organizational Change: A Multiple Perspectives Approach, 3rd Edition: Ian Palmer
  283. Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition: Elaine N. Marieb & Katja N. Hoehn
  284. The Essential World History, Volume I: To 1800, 7th edition: William J. Duiker & Jackson J. Spielvogel
  285. Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources, Volume 2, 3rd Edition: Robert W. Strayer & Eric W. Nelson
  286. Budgeting and Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations: Using Money to Drive Mission Success: Lynne A. Weikart & Greg G. Chen & Edward M. Sermier
  287. The Cosmic Perspective, 8th Edition: Jeffrey O. Bennett & Megan O. Donahue & Nicholas Schneider & Mark Voit
  288. Innovation Management and New Product Development, 6th Edition: Paul Trott
  289. Total Fitness & Wellness, The MasteringHealth Edition, 7th Edition: Scott K. Powers & Stephen L. Dodd
  290. Stratégique (French 10th Edition): Gerry Johnson & Richard Whittington & Kevan Scholes & Duncan Angwin & Patrick Regnér & Frédéric Fréry
  291. Management: L'essentiel des concepts et pratiques (French Edition), 9th Edition: Stephen Robbins & David DeCenzo & Mary Coulter & Charles-Clemens Rüling
  292. Health Promotion Strategies and Methods 3rd Edition: Garry Egger, Ross Spark, Rob Donovan
  293. A Short Guide to Writing about Biology, 9th Edition: Jan A. Pechenik
  294. SCHAUM'S outlines College Chemistry, 10th Edition: Jerome L. Rosenberg, PhD, Lawrence M. Epstein, PhD & Peter J. Krieger, EdD
  295. Employment Law for Human Resource Practice, 5th Edition: David J. Walsh
  296. Managerial Accounting , 13th Edition: Carl S. Warren & James M. Reeve & Jonathan Duchac
  297. Fuentes: Conversacion y gramática (World Languages), 5th Edition: Debbie Rusch & Marcela Dominguez & Lucia Caycedo Garner
  298. European Energy Law and Policy: Heiko Krüger
  299. A History of Evil in Popular Culture: What Hannibal Lecter, Stephen King, and Vampires Reveal About America [2 volumes]: What Hannibal Lecter, Stephen King, and Vampires Reveal about America: Sharon Packer & Jody Pennington
  300. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 7th Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso
  301. Valuation Workbook: Step-by-Step Exercises and Tests to Help You Master Valuation + WS (Wiley Finance), 6th Edition: Tim Koller & Marc Goedhart & David Wessels & Michael Cichello
  302. Inbound Marketing, Revised and Updated: Attract, Engage, and Delight Customers Online, 2nd Edition: Brian Halligan & Dharmesh Shah
  303. The Hacker Playbook 2: Practical Guide To Penetration Testing: Peter Kim
  304. The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing: Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing Made Easy (Syngress Basics Series): Patrick Engebretson
  305. Hacking: The Art of Exploitation, 2nd Edition: Jon Erickson
  306. Ebersole & Hess' Toward Healthy Aging: Human Needs and Nursing Response, 9th Edition: Theris A. Touhy & Kathleen F Jett
  307. Work Motivation in Organizational Behavior, Second Edition: Craig C. Pinder
  308. Practical Packet Analysis, 2nd Edition: Chris Sanders
  309. Global Business Management Foundations, 2nd Edition: Leslie P Willcocks
  310. New Perspectives Microsoft Office 365 & Excel 2016: Comprehensive, Loose-Leaf Version: June Jamrich Parsons & Dan Oja & Patrick Carey & Carol Desjardins
  311. Introductory Statistics, Global 10th Edition: Neil A. Weiss
  312. Practical Genetic Counseling for the Laboratory: Mckinsey L. Goodenberger & Brittany C. Thomas & Teresa Kruisselbrink
  313. Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2016 Comprehensive (Exploring for Office 2016 Series): Mary Anne Poatsy & Eric Cameron & Robert Grauer
  314. Critical Discourse Studies and Technology: A Multimodal Approach to Analysing Technoculture (Bloomsbury Advances in Critical Discourse Studies): Ian Roderick
  315. Introductory Digital Image Processing: A Remote Sensing Perspective (Pearson Series in Geographic Information Science), 4th Edition: John R. Jensen
  316. MCSA Guide to Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Exam 70-462) (Networking (Course Technology)): Faisal Akkawi & Kayed Akkawi & Gabriel J. Schofield
  317. Leadership: Theory, Application, & Skill Development, 6th Edition: Robert N. Lussier & Christopher F. Achua
  318. Technical Calculus with Analytic Geometry, 5th Edition: Peter Kuhfittig
  319. Handbook of Technical Writing, 11th Edition: Gerald J. Alred & Charles T. Brusaw & Walter E. Oliu
  320. Introduction to Information Systems: Supporting and Transforming Business, 5th Edition: R. Kelly Rainer Jr., Brad Prince, Casey Cegielski, Alina M. Chircu, Marco Marabelli
  321. Film Art: An Introduction, 11th Edition: David Bordwell
  322. Statistics, 13th Edition: James T. McClave & Terry T Sincich
  323. Statistics with Stata: Updated for Version 12: Lawrence C. Hamilton
  324. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer Psychology: Clarke, Victoria
  325. How Children Develop, Fourth Canadian Edition: Robert S. Siegler & Judy S. DeLoache & Nancy Eisenberg
  326. Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology, 8th Edition: Ronald J. Comer
  327. Health, Happiness, and Well-Being: Better Living Through Psychological Science: Steven J Lynn
  328. Meeting Special Educational Needs in Primary Classrooms: Inclusion and how to do it, 2nd Edition: Sue Briggs
  329. Technology and Society: Jan L. Harrington
  330. Complete Guide to Fitness & Health: ACSM
  331. Nutrition for Health and Healthcare, 5th Edition.: Ellie Whitney
  332. Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History (Fifth Edition) (Vol. 2): Eric Foner
  333. Principles of Behavior: 7th Edition: Malott, Richard,Shane, Joseph T.
  334. Empowerment Series: Social Work and Social Welfare, 8th Edition: Rosalie Ambrosino & Joseph Heffernan & Guy Shuttlesworth & Robert Ambrosino
  335. A Pathway to Introductory Statistics (Pathways Model for Math): Jay Lehmann
  336. Developing and Administering a Child Care and Education Program, 9th Edition: Dorothy June Sciarra & Ellen Lynch & Shauna Adams & Anne G. Dorsey
  337. Principles and Practice of Sport Management, 5th Edition: Lisa P. Masteralexis & Carol A. Barr & Mary Hums
  338. Interpersonal Communication Book, 14th Edition: Joseph A. DeVito
  339. Business and Professional Communication: KEYS for Workplace Excellence, 3rd Edition: Kelly M. Quintanilla & Shawn T. Wahl
  340. Intervention and Reflection: Basic Issues in Bioethics, Concise Edition (Explore Our New Philosophy 1st Editions): Ronald Munson
  341. Applied Time Series Analysis with R, 2nd Edition: Wayne A. Woodward & Henry L. Gray & Alan C. Elliott
  342. Mass Media and American Politics, 9th Edition: Doris A. Graber & Johanna L. (Louise) Dunaway
  343. Medical-Surgical Nursing: Patient-Centered Collaborative Care, 8th Edition: Donna D. Ignatavicius & M. Linda Workman
  344. World Prehistory, 9th Edition: Brian M. Fagan,Nadia Durrani
  345. Action (Central Problems of Philosophy): Rowland Stout
  346. The Basic Political Writings (Second Edition): Jean-Jacques Rousseau & Donald A. Cress & David Wootton
  347. College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences and Social Sciences, Global 13th Edition: Raymond A. Barnett & Michael R. Ziegler & Karl E. Byleen
  348. Archaeology: A Brief Introduction, 12th Edition: Brian M. Fagan & Nadia Durrani
  349. A Short Course in Photography: Digital, 3rd Edition: Barbara London & Jim Stone
  350. Republic (Hackett Classics): Plato
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  1. Programming Massively Parallel Processors: A Hands-on Approach, 2nd Edition: David B. Kirk & Wen-mei W. Hwu
  2. The Environmental Case Translating Values Into Policy, 4th Edition: Judith A. Layzer
  3. Organic Chemistry: Principles and Mechanisms, 2nd Edition: Joel Karty
  4. Excursions in World Music, 7th Edition: Bruno Nettl & Timothy Rommen
  5. Data Modeling and Database Design, 2nd Edition: Narayan S. Umanath & Richard W. Scamell
  6. Ethics and Professional Responsibility for Paralegals, 8th Edition: Therese A. Cannon
  7. Conducting Research in Psychology Measuring the Weight of Smoke, 5th Edition: Brett W. Pelham &, Hart C. Blanton
  8. Understanding and Managing Diversity: Readings, Cases, and Exercises, 6th Edition: Carol Harvey & M. June Allard
  9. Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics: An Applied Introduction, 5th Edition: Ralph P. Grimaldi
  10. Writing about Writing, 3rd Edition : Elizabeth Wardle & Douglas Downs
  11. Services Marketing:People, Technology, Strategy, 8th Edition: Jochen Wirtz & Christopher Lovelock
  12. The Doctor of Nursing Practice Essentials, 3rd Edition: Mary Zaccagnini & Kathryn White
  13. Essentials of Contemporary Management, 8th Edition: Gareth Jones
  14. Fundamentals of Investments Valuation and Management, 8th Edition: Bradford Jordan &, Thomas Miller & Steve Dolvin
  15. Schaechter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease, 5th North American Edition: N. Cary Engleberg & Terence Dermody & Victor DiRita
  16. Social Psychology, 9th Edition: Saul Kassin & Steven Fein & Hazel Rose Markus
  17. Intelligence: From Secrets to Policy, 7th Edition: Mark M. Lowenthal
  18. Fitness and Health, 7th Edition: Brian J. Sharkey & Steven Gaskill
  19. How to Write an Autobiographical Novel: Essays, 1st Edition: Alexander Chee
  20. The Politics of Injustice: Crime and Punishment in America, 2nd Edition: Katherine Beckett & Theodore Sasson
  21. Media and Crime (Key Approaches to Criminology), 3rd Edition: Yvonne Jewkes
  22. Social Marketing: Changing Behaviors for Good, 5th Edition: Nancy R. Lee & Philip Kotler
  23. Successful Project Management, 7th Edition: Jack Gido & Jim Clements & Rose Baker
  24. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Windows 10: Intermediate, 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund & Eric Schmieder
  25. Hamric and Hanson's Advanced Practice Nursing An Integrative Approach, 6th Edition,: Mary Fran Tracy & Eileen T. O'Grady
  26. The Basics of Social Research, 7th Edition: Earl R. Babbie
  27. Framework for Marketing Management, 6th Edition: Philip T. Kotler &, Kevin Lane Keller
  28. Bank Management, 8th Edition: Timothy W. Koch & S. Scott MacDonald
  29. The Female Offender: Girls, Women, and Crime, 3rd Edition: Meda Chesney-Lind & Lisa J. Pasko
  30. The Criminalization of Mental Illness: Crisis and Opportunity for the Justice System, 2nd Edition: Risdon N. Slate & Jacqueline K. Buffington-Vollum & W. Wesley Johnson
  31. Precalculus: Concepts Through Functions, A Right Triangle Approach to Trigonometry, 3rd Edition: Michael Sullivan & , Michael Sullivan III
  32. Linear Algebra (Cambridge Mathematical Textbooks), 1st Edition: Elizabeth S. Meckes & Mark W. Meckes
  33. Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 3rd Edition: Gregory J. Privitera
  34. Sensation & Perception, 5th Edition: Jeremy M. Wolfe & Keith R. Kluender &, Dennis M. Levi & Linda M. Bartoshuk & Rachel S. Herz & Roberta L. Klatzky & Daniel M. Merfeld
  35. Property Law Rules Policies and Practices, 7th Edition : Joseph William Singer & Bethany R. Berger & Nestor M. Davidson & Eduardo Moises Penalver
  36. Ethical Dimensions in the Health Professions, 6th Edition: Ruth B. Purtilo & Regina F. Doherty
  37. Criminal Behavior A Psychological Approach, 11th Edition: Curt R. Bartol & Anne M. Bartol
  38. The African Experience, 4th Edition: Vincent B. Khapoya
  39. Juvenile Justice A Social, Historical, and Legal Perspective, 4th Edition: R. Scott Ryder & R. Scott Ryder
  40. An Advocate Persuades, 1st Edition: Joan M. Rocklin & Robert B. Rocklin & Christine Coughlin &, Sandy Patrick
  41. Cengage Advantage A Creative Approach to Music Fundamentals , 11th Edition: William Duckworth
  42. Practical Program Evaluations: Getting from Ideas to Outcomes, 1st Edition: Gerald Andrews Emison
  43. Signals and Systems, 2nd Edition: Simon Haykin & Barry Van Veen
  44. Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2018 release): Andrew Faulkner & Conrad Chavez
  45. Homeland Security and Terrorism, 2nd Edition: Larry K Gaines
  46. Philosophy of Mind: A Beginner's Guide, 1st Edition: Ian Ravenscroft
  47. Oracle SQL By Example, 4th Edition: Alice Rischert
  48. Global Business Today, 5th canadian edition : Charles W. L. Hill & Thomas McKaig
  49. Cognitive Psychology: Connecting Mind, Research and Everyday Experience with Coglab Manual, 3rd Edition: E. Goldstein
  50. Murach's SQL Server 2016 for Developers: Joel Murach & Bryan Syverson
  51. Pursuing Sustainability: A Guide to the Science and Practice, 1st Edition: Pamela Matson &, William C. Clark &, Krister Andersson
  52. Sustainability Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition: Margaret Robertson
  53. Agribusiness Management (Routledge Textbooks in Environmental and Agricultural Economics Book 14), 5th Edition: Freddie L. Barnard & Jay T. Akridge & Frank J. Dooley & John C. Foltz & Elizabeth A. Yeager
  54. Operations and Supply Chain Management (Mcgraw-hill Education), 15th Edition: F. Robert Jacobs & Richard B Chase
  55. Emotion, 3rd Edition: Michelle N. Shiota & James W. Kalat
  56. Designing the User Interface - Strategies for Effective Human-Computer Interaction,6th Edition: Ben Shneiderman & Catherine Plaisant &, Maxine Cohen & Steven Jacobs & Niklas Elmqvist & Nicholas Diakopoulos
  57. Family Therapy: History, Theory, and Practice, 7th Edition: Samuel T. Gladding
  58. Elementary and Intermediate Algebra, 5th Edition: Alan S. Tussy & R. David Gustafson
  59. The Information Revolution and World Politics (New Millennium Books in International Studies) : Elizabeth Hanson
  60. Van De Graaff's Photographic Atlas for the Biology Laboratory, 8th Edition: Byron J. Adams &, John L. Crawley
  61. Fundamental Managerial Accounting Concepts, 8th Edition: Thomas P Edmonds &, Christopher Edmonds &, Bor-Yi Tsay &, Philip R Olds
  62. The Solar System, 9th Edition: Michael A. Seeds & Dana E. Backman
  63. US: A Narrative History Volume 1 To 1877, 7th Edition: James West Davidson & Brian DeLay &, Christine Leigh Heyrman & Mark H Lytle &, Michael B Stoff
  64. A Creative Approach to Music Fundamentals, 11th Edition: William Duckworth
  65. Children, 14th Edition : John Santrock
  66. Leading Procurement Strategy , 1st Edition: Carlos Mena
  67. Real Communication, 4th Edition: Dan O'Hair &, Mary Weimann & Dorothy Imrich Mullin & Jason Teven
  68. Community Mental Health: Challenges for the 21st Century, 2nd Edition: Samuel J. Rosenberg & Jessica Rosenberg
  69. A Primer For ICD-10-CM Users: Psychological and Behavioral Conditions: Carol D. Goodheart
  70. Numbers, Groups and Codes, 2nd edition: J. F. Humphreys
  71. Human Diseases, 4th Edition: Marianne Neighbors & Ruth Tannehill-Jones
  72. An Introduction to Analysis, 4th Edition : William R. Wade
  73. Contemporary China: Society and Social Change, 1st Edition: Tamara Jacka
  74. TExES ELAR 7-12 Study Guide: Test Prep for the TExES 231 English Language Arts and Reading Exam: Test Prep Books
  75. What Every Mental Health Professional Needs to Know About Sex, 1st Editio: Stephanie Buehler
  76. Algebra & Trigonometry, 10th Edition: Ron Larson
  77. The Psychology of Sex and Gender, 1st Edition: Jennifer Katherine Bosson & Joseph Alan Vandello & Camille E. Buckner
  78. Probability, Statistics, and Random Signals, 1st Edition : Charles Boncelet
  79. Taylor's Clinical Nursing Skills: A Nursing Process Approach, 5th North American Edition: Pamela Lynn
  80. Human Relations, 6th Edition: Lowell Lamberton & Leslie Minor-Evans
  81. Cengage Advantage Books: Fundamentals of Business Law Today: Summarized Cases, 10th Edition: Roger LeRoy Miller
  82. Human Anatomy, 8th Edition: Elaine N. Marieb & Patricia Brady Wilhelm & Jon B. Mallatt
  83. Food and Beverage Cost Control, 6th Edition: Lea R. Dopson & David K. Hayes
  84. Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics, 8th Edition: David R. Anderson &, Dennis J. Sweeney & Thomas A. Williams &, Jeffrey D. Camm &, James J. Cochran
  85. Worlds in Motion: Understanding International Migration at the End of the Millennium: Douglas S. Massey & Joaquin Arango & Graeme Hugo &, Ali Kouaouci &, Adela Pellegrino & J. Edward Taylor
  86. Sex Matters: The Sexuality and Society Reader, 4th edition: Mindy Stombler &, Dawn M. Baunach &, Wendy Simonds &, Elroi J. Windsor &, Elisabeth O. Burgess
  87. INFANTS TODDLERS & CAREGIVERS:CURRICULUM RELATIONSHIP ,11th Edition: Janet Gonzalez-Mena & Dianne Widmeyer Eyer
  88. Computer Science Illuminated, 6th Edition: Nell Dale and John Lewis
  89. Read, Reason, Write, 12th Edition : Dorothy Seyler
  90. Gender Ideas, Interactions, Institutions, 2nd Edition: Lisa Wade &, Myra Marx Ferree
  91. Child Development From Infancy to Adolescence: An Active Learning Approach, 1st Edition: Laura E. Levine & Joyce Munsch
  92. CFIN (with MindTap Finance, 1 term (6 months) Printed Access Card), 6th Edition: Scott Besley & Eugene Brigham
  93. How Children Develop, 5th Canadian Edition: Robert S. Siegler &, Jenny Saffran &, Elizabeth Gershoff & Susan Graham
  94. Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for the NCLEX-PN® Exam (Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for Nclex-Pn), 17th Edition: Mary O. Eyles
  95. Health Care Regulation in America: Complexity, Confrontation, and Compromise, 1st Edition: Robert I. Field
  96. Introduction to Management Science, 13th edition : Bernard W. Taylor
  97. A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy (Aspen Coursebook Series), 5th Edition: Mary Beth Beazley
  98. The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy, 5th Edition: Irvin D. Yalom & Molyn Leszcz
  99. Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 9th Edition: Joycelyn M. Pollock
  100. What's That Sound?: An Introduction to Rock and Its History, 5th Edition: John Covach & Andrew Flory
  101. Groups Process and Practice , 10th Edition: Marianne Schneider & Gerald Corey & Cindy Corey
  102. Intermediate Accounting, 2nd Edition : Elizabeth A. Gordon & Jana S. Raedy & Alexander J. Sannella
  103. Multicultural Psychology, 2nd Edition: Pamela Balls Organista & Gerardo Marin & Kevin M. Chun
  104. Abortion Rights: For and Against: Kate Greasley & Christopher Kaczor
  105. Educational Psychology Active Learning Edition (What';s New in Ed Psych Tests & Measurements), 13th Edition: Anita Woolfolk
  106. Introduction to Teaching: Becoming a Professional, 6th Edition: Don Kauchak & Paul Eggen
  107. Foundations of Nursing, 8th Edition: Kim Cooper and Kelly Gosnell
  108. Adult Health Nursing, 8th Edition: Kim Cooper & Kelly Gosnell
  109. Why Politics Matters An Introduction to Political Science, 2nd Edition : Kevin L. Dooley
  110. Construction Estimating Using Excel (What';s New in Trades & Technology), 3rd Edition: Steven J. Peterson
  111. Strategic Management: Theory & Cases: An Integrated Approach, 11th Edition: Charles W. L. Hill & Gareth R. Jones & Melissa A. Schilling
  112. Management of Human Resources: The Essentials, 5th Canadian Edition: Gary Dessler,& Nita Chhinzer, & Gary L. Gannon
  113. Moral Philosophy: A Reader, 4th Edition: Louis P. Pojman & Peter Tramel
  114. Criminal Law: The Essentials, 3rd Edition: Sue Titus Reid
  115. Introduction to Collective Behavior and Collection Action, 3rd Edition: David L. Miller
  116. Foods: Experimental Perspectives, 8th Edition: Margaret Emeritus McWilliams
  117. Gray's Anatomy for Students Flash Cards E-Book, 3rd Edition: Richard Drake & A. Wayne Vogl & Adam W. M. Mitchell
  118. Psychology: A Concise Introduction, 4th Edition: Richard A. Griggs
  119. Trigonometry A Unit Circle Approach, 10th Edition: Michael Sullivan
  120. An Introduction to Six Sigma and Process Improvement, 2nd Edition: An Introduction to Six Sigma and Process Improvement, 2nd Edition
  121. Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-PN- Examination, 7th Edition: Linda Anne Silvestri & , Angela Silvestri
  122. Genetic Analysis: An Integrated Approach, 3rd Edition: Mark F. Sanders &, John L. Bowman
  123. Readings in Ancient Greek Philosophy: From Thales to Aristotle, 5th Edition: S. Marc Cohen & Patricia Curd & C. D. C. Reeve
  124. The Economics of Managerial Decisions (What's New in Economics), 1st Edition: Roger Blair & Mark Rush
  125. Unity 2018 Game Development in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself, 3rd Edition: Mike Geig
  126. Culinology: The Intersection of Culinary Art and Food Science, 1st Edition: Research Chefs Association
  127. Proslogion: With the Replies of Gaunilo and Anselm (Hackett Classics): Anselm & Thomas Williams
  128. On Free Choice of the Will (Hackett Classics): Augustine & Thomas Williams
  129. Theaetetus: Plato & Bernard Williams & Myles Burnyeat
  130. Biology: Science for Life with Physiology, 6th Edition; Colleen Belk
  131. Laches and Charmides: Plato & Rosamond Kent Sprague
  132. Introduction to Criminal Justice: Practice and Process, 3rd Edition: Peak Kenneth J. &, Madensen Tamara D.
  133. Psychological Science, 6th Edition : Michael Gazzaniga
  134. Gray's Anatomy for Students, 3rd edition: Richard Drake & A. Wayne Vogl & Adam Mitchell
  135. Evolution, 4th Edition: Douglas J. Futuyma & Mark Kirkpatrick
  136. American Corrections, 12th Edition: Todd R. Clear & Michael D. Reisig & George F. Cole
  137. Psychology in Action, 12th Edition: Karen Huffman & Katherine Dowdell & Catherine A. Sanderson
  138. Criminal Procedure, 4th Edition: Matthew Lippman
  139. Living Democracy, 2016 Presidential Election Edition; Daniel M. Shea & Joanne Connor Green & Christopher E. Smith
  140. Social Media for Strategic Communication: Creative Strategies and Research-Based Applications, 1st Edition; Karen Freberg
  141. E-marketing, 8th Edition: Raymond D. Frost &, Alexa Fox &, Judy Strauss
  142. Beginning and Intermediate Algebra with P.O.W.E.R. Learning, 4th Edition: Sherri Messersmith
  143. Foundations of Marketing, 8th Edition: William M. Pride & O. C. Ferrell
  144. Criminal Justice Today An Introductory Text for the 21st Century, 15th Edition: Frank Schmalleger
  145. Discourse Analysis: Putting Our Worlds into Words, 1st Edition: Susan Strauss &, Parastou Feiz
  146. Essentials of Patient Education, 2nd Edition: Susan B. Bastable
  147. General,Organic,and Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life, 6th Edition : Karen Timberlake
  148. Systems Analysis and Design, 7th Edition : Alan Dennis & Barbara Haley Wixom &, Roberta M. Roth
  149. Ethics and the Conduct of Business, 8th edition: John R Boatright & Jeffery Smith
  150. The Practice of Chinese Medicine: The Treatment of Diseases with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs, 2nd Edition: Giovanni Maciocia
  151. Media Writer’s Handbook.: A Guide to Common Writing and Editing Problems, 6th edition: George Arnold
  152. Psychology, 4th Canadian Edition : Daniel L. Schacter & Daniel T. Gilbert &, Matthew K. Nock &, Ingrid Johnsrude &, Daniel M. Wegner
  153. Becoming a Helper, 7th Edition : Marianne Schneider Corey & Gerald Corey
  154. Management Information Systems, 4th Edition : R. Kelly Rainer & Brad Prince &, Hugh J. Watson
  155. Principles of Managerial Finance, 15th Edition: Chad J. Zutter & Scott B. Smart
  156. Excellence in Business Communication, 11th Edition: John V. Thill &, Courtland L. Bovee
  157. People Skills for Public Managers, 1st Edition: Suzanne Mccorkle & Stephanie Witt
  158. ECGs Made Easy, 6th Edition,: Barbara J Aehlert
  159. Pharmaceutical Calculations, 5th Edition: Maria Glaucia Teixeira & Joel L. Zatz
  160. California Politics: A Primer, 5th Edition: Renee B. Van Vechten
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2020.02.01 19:10 pancho-and-lefty Romy Nash

Character Name: Romy Nash
Age: 40
Homeworld: Chandrila
Species: Human
Character Affiliation: Independent
Character Rank: Captain of the Vicegrip
Force Sensitive: No
Appearance: Standing at slightly over five-and-a-half feet, Romy Nash is of a decidedly average size. Although she compensates for this shortcoming through regular exercise, in recent years her physical conditioning has begun to yield to the onset of age. Romy has fair skin, hazel eyes, and dark hair that is usually kept tidy.
Character Traits/Personality: After a decade as a free trader, Romy Nash remains no less a Chandrilan. She is cultured, well-spoken and most of all outspoken. Diplomatic instincts ceaselessly clash with strong opinions and a reverence for debate. Her military career further instilled a sense of a disciplined work ethic, which persists in the management of her smuggling enterprise; Romy keeps a tight ship and strives to maintain a degree of professional decorum, even amid the criminal underworld.
Captain Nash, however, is more punctual than strict. Her exercise of authority and expectation of propriety are only means to an end; she is otherwise content not to impose herself in the affairs of others. While still mindful of the line between professional and personal relationships, with her crewmates Romy inevitably develops both. Long, idle hours in flight give the Captain ample time to loosen up and the opportunity to express her sense of humor.
Character Strengths: Prior to her career as a smuggler, Romy Nash served as a special operative in the Chandrila Defense Fleet - and it is this experience that gives Romy an advantage over many of her competitors. Military service instilled in her a strong work ethic and a sense of discipline, and as an officer she learned to lead. Her participation in covert missions has lent her a talent for infiltration; Romy is often capable of moving in and out of highly secured locations without detection.
Further, her military service was followed by a few years as an elected representative in the Chandrilan House. This brief but eventful experience in politics gave Romy a diplomatic finesse that has served her well as a smuggler; she can sometimes resolve confrontations through words alone.
What Romy lacks in force sensitivity is compensated with natural coordination, quick reflexes and military training. Though she prefers to rely on her keen marksmanship, she is equally formidable in close quarters. More importantly, Romy has the good sense to know when and how to retreat.
Though precaution and discipline have been instrumental to her success, Romy is no less daring and resourceful a pilot than any other seasoned smuggler. As her Wayfarer lacks the maneuverability of a Corellian freighter, she instead capitalizes on its sturdiness and speed. Where these do not suffice, Romy opts for unpredictable piloting and aggressive defenses.
Character Flaws: A patrician upbringing has proven as much a blessing as a curse. Mutual contempt between alien clients and herself have at times turned beneficial relationships into open hostility; a decade in the galaxy’s most unsavory corners has washed away as many prejudices as it has reinforced.
Overconfidence has repeatedly brought Romy into life-threatening situations. She underestimates not only her adversaries but her allies and clients as well, sometimes leaving her vulnerable to treachery.
While her combat prowess is outstanding for someone without any sensitivity to the force, it is nevertheless poorly matched against even the most amateur Jedi.
Romy’s business acumen is mediocre at best. She often walks away from negotiations with the shorter end of the stick, all the while believing she’d cheated the other party. No expense is spared in the maintenance of her enterprise, thinning the margin of profit.
She is a frivolous spender with expensive tastes, qualities that pair poorly with her smoking and drinking habits.
Other Skills: Romy is a capable starfighter pilot, but she is much more comfortable in the cockpit of a freighter. She has a versatile and intuitive knack for technology, making her an adequate mechanic and a half-decent slicer, though she is limited by a lack of formal learning in such pursuits.
In her adolescence she had a passion for drama and proved a competent actress, though she has not performed since. Nevertheless, Romy sometimes attempts to use this to her advantage by assuming false personas. These attempts have had mixed results.
Lightsaber skills: N/A
Force powers: N/A
Character Items and Attire: Unsurprisingly, Captain Nash always keeps a heavy blaster holstered at her side. She occasionally pairs it with a lighter sidearm on her opposite hip and usually conceals a vibroknife along her lower leg. When the occasion calls for more firepower, Romy may also carry a carbine rifle over her back. Likewise, she sometimes keeps flashbangs and smoke grenades at her belt.
Fitted trousers, a sleeved shirt, and a small, open vest - Romy Nash’s attire is decidedly typical of her kind. Unlike her more flamboyant competitors, however, she tends toward dark, muted and earthy colors. Though she usually sports some variant of the aforementioned ensemble, her cabin’s wardrobe is stocked with several seldom-used outfits saved for special occasions.
Resources: Captain Nash’s greatest two assets are her ship and the enterprise it enables. She has earned a reputation for reliability and success in her line of work, and her crew is highly capable. Under a pseudonym, Romy also owns a small compound in a rural part of the Mid Rim world of Kirima, used both for storage and as an occasional hideout. This residence includes a small hangar, where she keeps both her long-retired YT-1000 freighter and a spare A-wing starfighter.
Financial Status: Business has been good for Romy Nash, but much of her income is spent maintaining and improving her enterprise. Her savings, while not unsubstantial, have been explicitly set aside as a recourse in the event that her current operation comes to a catastrophic end, and she does not intend to retire for at least another decade.
Ship: Captain Nash pilots a medium freighter known as the Vicegrip, a modified Wayfarer-class transport originally manufactured by Kuat Drive Yards. Its most notable feature is its modular (albeit nonstandard) cargo hold, which can be easily detached and replaced.
Like most operators of a Wayfarer freighter, Nash uses the versatile ‘hangar bay’ module, designed to carry up to four starfighters. She prefers to limit this to one or two at a time, committing the rest of the spacious hold to cargo. Sections of the hold can also be readily converted into lodgings to accommodate additional passengers.
Deck layout:
  1. Cargo loading/starfighter launchpad
  2. Main cargo hold (detachable module)
  3. Concealed tertiary cargo hold
  4. Concealed tertiary cargo hold
  5. Secondary cargo hold (ship proper)
  6. Hallway (often converted into passenger cabin)
  7. Turret
  8. Cockpit
  9. Passenger cabins
  10. Captain's cabin (door on hall side)
  11. First and second mate’s cabins (converted from suites)
  12. Medical bay
  13. Lounge and galley
  14. Refresher
  15. Docking ring and escape pod access
  16. Engineering bay
Crew:
Backstory:
On a planet known for pacifism, the Nashes of Chandrila were distinguished by both their strong military tradition and their political impartiality. Every generation produced at least one high-ranking officer - a remarkable feat in a society that limited the birth rate by law. Like her father and grandfather before her, Romy was groomed to continue this legacy from an early age.
She was raised just outside of the Chandrilan capital of Hanna City, where her family managed a large agrarian enterprise. Despite the turmoil that plagued the galactic core and the vulnerability of her home, Romy grew up knowing only security and prosperity.
At her school she distinguished herself as the most talented actress in her class, and quickly this outsized sense of star power went to her head. At fifteen she announced her intentions to pursue a career in theatre, as opposed to military service - and her parents’ resistance only fueled a rebellious streak. It did not take long, however, for Romy to yield. A crisis in self-confidence compelled her to abandon these aspirations, and at seventeen she formally enlisted into the Chandrila Defense Fleet.
Cadet Nash’s training nearly ended in abject failure. During her first year she crashed three starfighters, and was only spared dismissal due to her family’s influence and stature in the Defense Fleet. She did not take this second chance lightly; the next year her conduct proved exceptional where it was once disgraceful. At the end of her training, Romy was selected for special forces unit within the Defense Fleet that conducted small-scale covert operations.
Chandrila’s aversion to war kept Romy focused on minor threats, more anchored to the planetary surface than the surrounding space the fleet was intended to defend. Her work ranged from the banality of protecting politicians to high-risk confrontations with Hanna City’s most lethal gangs. Romy’s most memorable mission, however, took her far from the galactic core.
While returning from a business trip to the Corporate Sector, several of Chandrila’s wealthiest men were captured by an especially large fleet of pirates. Believing Chandrila to be impotent, they demanded a massive ransom from its government, and fully expected it to arrive. Instead Chandrila dispatched a handful of its finest operatives under the command of the young Lieutenant Romy Nash. The hostages were safely stolen home, though not as quietly as she’d been ordered. Romy had failed to evade the pirates’ notice, and only escaped their pursuit through resourceful piloting.
The mission’s success elevated Romy to a heroic status in Chandrila, and she was eager to capitalize on it. She decided to leave the military as soon as her current term of duty was finished, intent on pursuing an operatic career, but she soon realized that she could aim much higher. Multiple political parties offered to run her as a candidate for a seat in the Chandrilan House, and one such offer was accepted.
At the age of twenty-six, Romy Nash was among the youngest representatives ever elected to the Chandrilan House. Mindful of her own inexperience, she largely amounted to a backbench legislator who toed her party’s line. In her attempt to avoid making waves, however, Romy found herself embroiled in scandal.
Her party, while publicly committed to Chandrila’s neutrality, quietly doubted the lasting viability of independence - and Romy was inclined to agree. They hoped that by diplomatically arranging for Chandrila’s incorporation into the neighboring Carida Authority, they could preserve their local democratic self-rule while enjoying the protection of an empire. As this outlook was wildly unpopular among the public, the party turned to more underhanded tactics to advance its agenda.
During her third year in the Chandrilan House, Romy and several other partisans joined their leader on an undisclosed visit to Brentaal. They met in secret with a few high-ranking Carida officials, with whom they conspired to subvert future elections and facilitate the flow of the Authority’s financial support. Several months later, an account of this meeting was revealed to the public, and the reaction was both immediate and intense. While Romy Nash was spared of any legal consequences for her ultimately marginal role in the scandal, she was nevertheless forced to resign in disgrace.
But a loss of status and reputation were not punishment enough in the eyes of her political opponents, some of whom engaged in the old Chandrilan tradition of escalating democratic disagreements into blood feuds. An assassin was sent to make an example of Romy, who managed to slay him in self-defense. He was later identified as the nephew of one of Chandrila’s most influential men, further enraging those who already wanted her head.
Romy Nash was no longer safe on her home planet - even her own kin had little sympathy to spare. Leaving, however, was an equally risky endeavor. Romy instead contacted the Carida Authority, requesting their aid in her flight. The Authority complied, still seeing potential in her as an asset, and sent a team to extract her from Chandrilan space.
She was taken to Ralltiir, where she briefly explored the possibility of a career in Carida’s service - but recent experiences had left Romy wary of institutions, and she was fearful of her safety in the galactic core. With the credits she’d recovered from home, Romy purchased a YT-1000 freighter, hired a co-pilot, and flew off to the fringes of the galaxy.
Romy’s first two years of smuggling were filled with turmoil and turnover, but by their end she had earned a comfortable profit and established her name in the Outer Rim. She replaced her ship with a larger and more sophisticated Wayfarer-class transport, and likewise began hiring a higher caliber of crew members. As the captain of the Vicegrip, she specialized in moving large quantities of cargo through obscure space lanes, though she later found the smuggling of people equally lucrative.
In 297 ABY, Nash’s crew recruited an unusual but potent asset. A botched mission on Nar Shaddaa put Romy into the thick of a cantina shootout, during which her second mate perished - but she was saved by the intervention of Elena Drasteia, a former Jedi Master. The peculiar woman joined Romy’s operation, lending her an invaluable ally. In the three years since, this partnership has allowed Romy to take increasingly dangerous jobs for increasingly higher margins of profit.
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2020.01.17 23:36 Fresh_Elderberry Testing some FPTP scenarios in the Context of the 2019 UK General Election

The UK utilises a First-Past-The-Post electoral system, whereby the candidates in any of the 650 constituencies being fought wins by having a simple plurality.
Some of the main criticisms of FPTP are its unrepresentativeness of the popular vote with relation to the number of seats awarded in the legislature, political disenchantment by producing low turnout, low registration, and outcomes unrelated to support, undermining the legitimacy of the UK Parliament, and the concentration of political and financial resources on marginal seats and swing voters.
Here I play around with the results of last year's general election to see under what circumstances/scenarios the Conservative Party could still have secured a majority of seats in the House of Commons (>325 seats). The results were extracted from the Parliament's website here: https://researchbriefings.parliament.uk/ResearchBriefing/Summary/CBP-8749
(Note: I'm just choosing the Tories as they won. This is more about revealing the weaknesses of FPTP.)

Results from the 2019 UK General Election

con lab ld brexit green snp pc dup sf sdlp uup alliance other other_winner
Number of Votes 13,966,454 10,269,051 3,696,419 644,257 865,715 1,242,380 153,265 244,128 181,853 118,737 93,123 134,115 404,613 26,831
Percentage of Votes 43.59 32.05 11.54 2.01 2.7 3.88 0.48 0.76 0.57 0.37 0.29 0.42 1.26 0.08
Number of Seats 365 202 11 0 1 48 4 8 7 2 0 1 0 1
Percentage of Seats 56.15 31.08 1.69 0 0.15 7.38 0.62 1.23 1.08 0.31 0 0.15 0 0.15

Scenario 1: Smallest Plurality in the Seats the Tories won

I filtered the dataset (through ONS id) to extract the 365 seats the Tories won. Through FPTP, the winner is simply the candidate with the largest plurality. This could mean that they could've won by a margin of one, compared to the candidate with the second highest number of votes.
For example, let's look at Aldershot in Hampshire.
constituency_name electorate valid_votes majority con lab ld green
Aldershot 72617 47932 16698 27980 11282 6920 1750
A total of 4 political parties fielded a candidate, the Conservatives won with 58.4% of votes and a majority of 16698 (relative to the second best candidate).
However, through FPTP, it is possible for the Tories to win this seat with only a majority by 1 vote. We can find the smallest possible plurality for a winner through some mathemathatical procedures (which I won't bother detailing here) using just the total number of valid votes and the number of candidates fielded. In this hypothetical scenario, the Tories could have won in Aldershot with a vote distribution looking like this:
constituency_name electorate valid_votes majority con lab ld green
Aldershot 72617 47932 1 11984 11983 11983 11982
25.002% 25% 25% 24.998%
Here, the Tories have still won Aldershot, but now with only a 1 vote majority, and the smallest possible plurality with the given number of candidates, going from 27980 votes to 11984, a reduction of nearly 60%! You have to break down the percentage proportions to 3 decimal places in this scenario to ascertain the winner without the raw numbers. Note, it's not really important where the new "non-winning" votes go to, as the focus is on producing a winning Tory candidate.
We can apply this procedure to all of the 365 seats the Tories won. Constituencies which had votes in the other column were counted as only having 1 other candidate stand as there was no further breakdown in the data and I didn't want to bother trawling through each constituency one by one to see whether there were more than 1 smalleother candidate. In most (if not all) cases, there will only be 1 candidate anyways.
New Total Tory Votes (Scenario 1) Total votes Percentage of Total Votes
7,644,004 32,014,110 23.9%
Wow, it's possible for the Tories manage to win a large majority of Seats in the House of Commons with only 23.9% of the popular vote, less than 1/4!
Mind, this was also done with the number of seats the Tories won (365), which is 39 seats more than necessary to secure a majority in the HoC.

Scenario 2: Smallest Plurality in the Seats the Tories won, Reducing Largest Winning Seats Unnecessary for Majority Seats

Let's extend FPTP even further. With the filtered dataset of the Tories's winning constituencies, and the new distribution of votes which minimised the smallest plurality possible, what if the 39 largest Tory Seats by number of votes, went to over parties? This would mean the Tories would still hold a majority of Seats in the HoC (326 seats).
These constituencies would have been:
Aylesbury, Banbury, Bexhill and Battle, Bury St Edmunds, Cannock Chase, Castle Point, Cheadle, Cheltenham, Chingford and Woodford Green, Chippenham, Corby, Eastleigh, Esher and Walton, Finchley and Golders Green, Harrow East, Hazel Grove, Isle Of Wight, Milton Keynes North, North Somerset, North West Cambridgeshire, North West Hampshire, Rushcliffe, Saffron Walden, Somerton and Frome, South Cambridgeshire, South East Cambridgeshire, South Norfolk, Southport, South Swindon, South West Surrey, Taunton Deane, Tewkesbury, The Cotswolds, Thornbury and Yate, Wantage, Wealden, Wells, West Dorset, Witney
Their "new" votes total 642,201. We can subtract it from the New Total Tory Votes seen earlier to produce:
New Total Tory Votes (Scenario 2) Total votes Percentage of Total Votes
7,001,803 32,014,110 21.9%
This goes down to the Tories needing only 22% of the popular vote to win >50% of seats in the House of Commons!

Scenario 3: Conservatives win majority in HoC with seats requiring smallest plurality

It's not over yet! What if we look at the constituencies where the Tories fielded a candidate (in the dataset, I assume any constituency with 0 votes for the Tories did not field a candidate), and use this function to find the smallest total number of votes needed to produce a hypothetical Tory majority? To do this, we find the 326 constituencies, with atleast 1 vote for a Tory, and with the smallest number of votes needed for a plurality winner.
New Total Tory Votes (Scenario 3) Total votes Percentage of Total Votes
2,733,007 32,014,110 8.5%
It's hypothetically possible for Tories to win a majority of Seats in the HoC with 8.5% of the popular vote! Isn't FPTP great?
At the end of the day this is all just fiddling around with the election results data, and the possibility of any of the above results happening are close to zero, for example, the NI Conservatives winning a Seat, and it makes some unrealistic assumptions (e.g. Sinn Fein taking their Seats) but all of this is within of realm of legitimacy under a FPTP system.
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  226. Microeconomics: Principles and Policy, 13th Edition: William J. Baumol & Alan S. Blinder
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  233. Critical Issues in Clinical and Health Psychology: Poul Rohleder
  234. Gardner's Art through the Ages: The Western Perspective, Volume II: 15th Edition: Fred S. Kleiner
  235. Human Anatomy & Physiology: Erin C. Amerman
  236. Calculus, 2nd Edition: Bill L Briggs & Lyle Cochran & Bernard Gillett
  237. A History of Modern Psychology, 11th Edition: Duane P. Schultz & Sydney Ellen Schultz
  238. Congress Reconsidered, 11th Edition: Lawrence C. Dodd & Bruce I. Oppenheimer
  239. Theories of Personality, 8th edition: Jess Feist & Gregory Feist & Tomi-Ann Roberts
  240. American Government: Political Development and Institutional Change: 8th Edition: Cal Jillson
  241. Genetics: A Conceptual Approach, 5th Edition: Benjamin A. Pierce
  242. Listen to This, 3rd Edition: Mark Evan bonds
  243. An Introduction to Genetic Analysis, 11th Edition: Anthony J. F. Griffiths & Susan R. Wessler & Sean B. Carroll & John Doebley
  244. Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 6th Edition: Paul D. Kimmel & Jerry J. Weygandt & Donald E. Kieso
  245. Gardner's Art through the Ages:The Western Perspective, Volume I: 15th Edition: Fred S. Kleiner
  246. Statistics: Informed Decisions Using Data, 5th Edition: Michael Sullivan III
  247. Microbiology: An Introduction, Global 12th Edition: Gerard J. Tortora & Berdell R. Funke & Christine L. Case
  248. Laboratory Experiments in Microbiology 11th Edition: Ted R. Johnson & Christine L. Case
  249. Images, Ethics, Technology (Shaping Inquiry in Culture, Communication and Media Studies): Sharrona Pearl
  250. The Leisure Commons: A Spatial History of Web 2.0 (Routledge Studies in Science, Technology and Society): Payal Arora
  251. Resisting Work: The Corporatization of Life and Its Discontents: Peter Fleming
  252. Hermeneutica: Computer-Assisted Interpretation in the Humanities (MIT Press): Geoffrey Rockwell & Stéfan Sinclair
  253. Privacy, Big Data, and the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement: Julia Lane Victoria Stodden Stefan Bender & Helen Nissenbaum & Julia Lane & Victoria Stodden & Stefan Bender
  254. Calculus for the Life Sciences, Global 2nd Edition: Raymond N. Greenwell & Nathan P. Ritchey & Margaret Lial
  255. Worlds Together, Worlds Apart: A History of the World: From the Beginnings of Humankind to the Present (Concise Edition) (Vol. Volume 2): Elizabeth Pollard & Clifford Rosenberg & Robert Tignor
  256. Differential Equations and Linear Algebra, 4th Edition: Stephen W. Goode & Scott A. Annin
  257. Career Fitness Program: Exercising Your Options, 11th Edition: Professor Emeritus Diane Sukiennik & Professor Emeritus Lisa Raufman
  258. Manual Therapy of the Extremities: Eric Shamus & Arie J. van Duijn
  259. Guide to Firewalls and VPNs, 3rd Edition: Michael E. Whitman & Herbert J. Mattord & Andrew Green
  260. Health and Wellbeing in Childhood: Susanne Garvis & Donna Pendergast
  261. Marketing: An Introduction, 12th Edition: Gary Armstrong & Philip Kotler
  262. MANAGING INNOVATION: Integrating Technological, Market and Organizational Change, 4th Edition: Joe Tidd, John Bessant
  263. Microsoft Visual Basic Programs to Accompany Programming Logic and Design, 8th Edition: Jo Ann Smith
  264. Basics of Web Design: Pearson New International Edition: HTML5 & CSS3, 2nd Edition: Terry Felke-Morris
  265. Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases: Competitiveness and Globalization, 11th Edition: Michael A. Hitt & R. Duane Ireland & Robert E. Hoskisson
  266. Absolute C++, 6th Edition: Walter Savitch
  267. Earth's Climate: Past and Future, Third Edition: William F. Ruddiman
  268. Research Methods in Human-Computer Interaction: Jonathan Lazar & Jinjuan Heidi Feng & Harry Hochheiser
  269. Financial Management: Theory & Practice, 15th Edition: Eugene F. Brigham & Michael C. Ehrhardt
  270. The Struggle for Europe: The Turbulent History of a Divided Continent 1945 to the Present: William I. Hitchcock
  271. Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning, and Operation, Global 6th Edition: Sunil Chopra & Peter Meindl
  272. Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Brief Fourth Edition) (Vol. 2): Eric Foner
  273. Intercultural Communication: A Contextual Approach, 6th Edition: James W. Neuliep
  274. Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology, 2nd Edition: Ronald J. Comer
  275. Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology (SAGE Foundations of Psychology series), 2nd Edition: Alex Haslam & Craig McGarty
  276. DK Communication: Lisa A. Ford-Brown & DK Dorling Kindersley
  277. SEO 2017: Learn search engine optimization with smart internet marketing strategies: Adam Clarke
  278. International Organizations: Politics, Law, Practice, 2nd Edition: Ian Hurd
  279. IT Consulting Essentials: A Professional Handbook: Dave Faulise
  280. Student Solutions Manual, Chapters 1-11 for Stewart’s Single Variable Calculus, 8th Edition: James Stewart
  281. Give Me Liberty! An American History, Seagull 5E Vol 2: Eric Foner
  282. Managing Organizational Change: A Multiple Perspectives Approach, 3rd Edition: Ian Palmer
  283. Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition: Elaine N. Marieb & Katja N. Hoehn
  284. The Essential World History, Volume I: To 1800, 7th edition: William J. Duiker & Jackson J. Spielvogel
  285. Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources, Volume 2, 3rd Edition: Robert W. Strayer & Eric W. Nelson
  286. Budgeting and Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations: Using Money to Drive Mission Success: Lynne A. Weikart & Greg G. Chen & Edward M. Sermier
  287. The Cosmic Perspective, 8th Edition: Jeffrey O. Bennett & Megan O. Donahue & Nicholas Schneider & Mark Voit
  288. Innovation Management and New Product Development, 6th Edition: Paul Trott
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  292. Health Promotion Strategies and Methods 3rd Edition: Garry Egger, Ross Spark, Rob Donovan
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  297. Fuentes: Conversacion y gramática (World Languages), 5th Edition: Debbie Rusch & Marcela Dominguez & Lucia Caycedo Garner
  298. European Energy Law and Policy: Heiko Krüger
  299. A History of Evil in Popular Culture: What Hannibal Lecter, Stephen King, and Vampires Reveal About America [2 volumes]: What Hannibal Lecter, Stephen King, and Vampires Reveal about America: Sharon Packer & Jody Pennington
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  302. Inbound Marketing, Revised and Updated: Attract, Engage, and Delight Customers Online, 2nd Edition: Brian Halligan & Dharmesh Shah
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  307. Work Motivation in Organizational Behavior, Second Edition: Craig C. Pinder
  308. Practical Packet Analysis, 2nd Edition: Chris Sanders
  309. Global Business Management Foundations, 2nd Edition: Leslie P Willcocks
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  311. Introductory Statistics, Global 10th Edition: Neil A. Weiss
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  313. Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2016 Comprehensive (Exploring for Office 2016 Series): Mary Anne Poatsy & Eric Cameron & Robert Grauer
  314. Critical Discourse Studies and Technology: A Multimodal Approach to Analysing Technoculture (Bloomsbury Advances in Critical Discourse Studies): Ian Roderick
  315. Introductory Digital Image Processing: A Remote Sensing Perspective (Pearson Series in Geographic Information Science), 4th Edition: John R. Jensen
  316. MCSA Guide to Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Exam 70-462) (Networking (Course Technology)): Faisal Akkawi & Kayed Akkawi & Gabriel J. Schofield
  317. Leadership: Theory, Application, & Skill Development, 6th Edition: Robert N. Lussier & Christopher F. Achua
  318. Technical Calculus with Analytic Geometry, 5th Edition: Peter Kuhfittig
  319. Handbook of Technical Writing, 11th Edition: Gerald J. Alred & Charles T. Brusaw & Walter E. Oliu
  320. Introduction to Information Systems: Supporting and Transforming Business, 5th Edition: R. Kelly Rainer Jr., Brad Prince, Casey Cegielski, Alina M. Chircu, Marco Marabelli
  321. Film Art: An Introduction, 11th Edition: David Bordwell
  322. Statistics, 13th Edition: James T. McClave & Terry T Sincich
  323. Statistics with Stata: Updated for Version 12: Lawrence C. Hamilton
  324. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer Psychology: Clarke, Victoria
  325. How Children Develop, Fourth Canadian Edition: Robert S. Siegler & Judy S. DeLoache & Nancy Eisenberg
  326. Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology, 8th Edition: Ronald J. Comer
  327. Health, Happiness, and Well-Being: Better Living Through Psychological Science: Steven J Lynn
  328. Meeting Special Educational Needs in Primary Classrooms: Inclusion and how to do it, 2nd Edition: Sue Briggs
  329. Technology and Society: Jan L. Harrington
  330. Complete Guide to Fitness & Health: ACSM
  331. Nutrition for Health and Healthcare, 5th Edition.: Ellie Whitney
  332. Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History (Fifth Edition) (Vol. 2): Eric Foner
  333. Principles of Behavior: 7th Edition: Malott, Richard,Shane, Joseph T.
  334. Empowerment Series: Social Work and Social Welfare, 8th Edition: Rosalie Ambrosino & Joseph Heffernan & Guy Shuttlesworth & Robert Ambrosino
  335. A Pathway to Introductory Statistics (Pathways Model for Math): Jay Lehmann
  336. Developing and Administering a Child Care and Education Program, 9th Edition: Dorothy June Sciarra & Ellen Lynch & Shauna Adams & Anne G. Dorsey
  337. Principles and Practice of Sport Management, 5th Edition: Lisa P. Masteralexis & Carol A. Barr & Mary Hums
  338. Interpersonal Communication Book, 14th Edition: Joseph A. DeVito
  339. Business and Professional Communication: KEYS for Workplace Excellence, 3rd Edition: Kelly M. Quintanilla & Shawn T. Wahl
  340. Intervention and Reflection: Basic Issues in Bioethics, Concise Edition (Explore Our New Philosophy 1st Editions): Ronald Munson
  341. Applied Time Series Analysis with R, 2nd Edition: Wayne A. Woodward & Henry L. Gray & Alan C. Elliott
  342. Mass Media and American Politics, 9th Edition: Doris A. Graber & Johanna L. (Louise) Dunaway
  343. Medical-Surgical Nursing: Patient-Centered Collaborative Care, 8th Edition: Donna D. Ignatavicius & M. Linda Workman
  344. World Prehistory, 9th Edition: Brian M. Fagan,Nadia Durrani
  345. Action (Central Problems of Philosophy): Rowland Stout
  346. The Basic Political Writings (Second Edition): Jean-Jacques Rousseau & Donald A. Cress & David Wootton
  347. College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences and Social Sciences, Global 13th Edition: Raymond A. Barnett & Michael R. Ziegler & Karl E. Byleen
  348. Archaeology: A Brief Introduction, 12th Edition: Brian M. Fagan & Nadia Durrani
  349. A Short Course in Photography: Digital, 3rd Edition: Barbara London & Jim Stone
  350. Republic (Hackett Classics): Plato
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  66. Biochemistry: A Short Course, 3rd Edition: John L. Tymoczko & Jeremy M. Berg & Lubert Stryer
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  78. Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data, First Edition: Robin H. Lock
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  82. Foundations of Marketing, 7th Edition: William M. Pride & O. C. Ferrell
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2020.01.01 05:05 kungming2 2019 r/Choices Community Survey Results (2 of 3): LIs

This is the second of three posts with responses from our second annual 2019 community survey. This part is on questions and answers about LIs, including popularity, etc.
Please remember that what you're seeing are just opinions! You're free to agree or disagree.
(Note: You can see all the responses here) We had 1601 responses.
Also note: Answers have NOT been edited for spoilers. Please proceed at your own risk.
There are too many free-form answers overall, so what we do is present both aggregate data and a selection of free-form answers as well.

Overall

Favorite LI

I think people who follow the top flairs list that is posted every Saturday probably won't be surprised. For those with first mention, though, it was King Liam (130) and Damien way in the lead with 127, followed by Beckett (77), Jake (76).

Answers

Least Favorite LI

Lots of answers for "All the LIs in PTR" which would probably be the top result, but for individual ones on first mention, we had way in front, "Justin" from StD with 132+! I wonder if anybody has changed their mind since then.
No one else really came close. Ethan and Nate (53), Elliot (49), Drake and Nick (33), Chris (31), Kaitlyn (28), Beckett (27).

Answers

LI You Came to Like/Dislike

Beckett was a frequent topic of discussion, for both ways, and for every LI whom people grew to like, there also seems to have been a good amount the other way.

Approach

On a scale from 1-5, on how would you describe your approach towards going after LIs in stories, with 1 being "chaste" and 5 being "thirsty", the average across all answers was 3.86.

Multiple LIs

On a scale from 1-5, on how would you describe your attitude towards going after multiple LIs, with 1 being "monoamory" and 5 being "polyamory", the average across all answers was 2.51.

Most Wanted Non-official LI

The majority of suggestions here are female characters, possibly as a reflection of the relative dearth of female LIs. As last year, the top character was Olivia at 189+ mentions. No surprise there. Number two was Sienna (70+), way more than the ones after!
Other popular ones included at first mention Bianca (31), Slater (25), Courtney (24), Michelle (22), Dan (21), Everett (19), Aurora (16), Priya (15), Addison (14)

Answers

LIs By Book

Across the Void

Love Interest Respondents
Meridian 302
Sol 285
Kepler 184
Titania 173
Zekei 144

Pax

Love Interest Respondents
Holmes 782
Zaniah 248

Eos

Love Interest Respondents
Lyra 439
Zekei 251
Deimos 205
Oberon 137

America's Most Eligible

Love Interest Respondents
"Adam" 594
"Mackenzie" 386
Jen 183
Derek 159

Which "Adam"?

This follows the Wikia's numbering.
  1. "Adam" I (58.4%)
  2. "Adam" III (28.6%)
  3. "Adam" II (13%)

Which "Mackenzie"?

This follows the Wikia's numbering.
  1. "Mackenzie" I (42.5%)
  2. "Mackenzie" III (31.1%)
  3. "Mackenzie" II (26.4%)

Bachelorette Party

Love Interest Respondents
Reed 407
Ash 377
Aisha 311

Big Sky Country

Love Interest Respondents
Sawyer 635
Dallas 214
Juliette 212
Asha 103

Bloodbound

Love Interest Respondents
Adrian 678
Kamilah 381
Jax 230
Lily 46

Which Adrian?

This follows the Wikia's numbering.
  1. Adrian I (63.8%)
  2. Adrian III (30.9%)
  3. Adrian II (5.3%)

A Courtesan of Rome

Love Interest Respondents
Cassius 379
Marc Anthony 355
Sabina 254
Syphax 224

The Crown & The Flame

Kenna

Love Interest Respondents
Dom 531
Raydan 257
Annelyse 140
Diavolos 132
Val 131
Tevan 33

Dom

Love Interest Respondents
Kenna. 570
Sei 496
Will Jackson 111

Desire & Decorum

Love Interest Respondents
Ernest Sinclaire 761
Annabelle Parsons 301
Prince Hamid 172
Luke Harper 54

The Elementalists

Love Interest Respondents
Beckett 791
Shreya 285
Aster 122
Griffin 114

Endless Summer

Love Interest Respondents
Jake 571
Quinn 280
Sean 196
Estela 180

The Freshman Series

Love Interest Respondents
Zig 391
Chris 279
Kaitlyn 220
Becca 209
James 184

The Haunting of Braidwood Manor

Love Interest Respondents
Eleanor 653
Victor 424

Hero

Love Interest Respondents
Kenji 417
Eva 335
Grayson 288

The Heist: Monaco

Love Interest Respondents
Sonia 464
Fabien 354
Eris 139
Rye 123
Tillie 64

High School Story (original)

Love Interest Respondents
Michael 701
Maria 257
Emma 169
Aiden 139
Caleb 72

High School Story: Class Act

Love Interest Respondents
Skye 411
Rory (male) 347
Ajay 283
Rory (female) 142

Which Rory?

This follows the Wikia's numbering.
  1. Rory II (male) (37.5%)
  2. Rory II (female) (21.4%)
  3. Rory III (female) (13.8%)
  4. Rory I (male) (10.8%)
  5. Rory III (male) (9.6%)
  6. Rory I (female) (6.9%)

Home for the Holidays

Love Interest Respondents
Nick 570
Wyatt 266
Holly 187

It Lives Beneath

Love Interest Respondents
Parker 457
Tom 307
Danni 241
Imogen 127

It Lives in the Woods

Love Interest Respondents
Connor 387
Stacy 211
Lucas 202
Andy 195
Ava 145

LoveHacks

Love Interest Respondents
Ben 503
Mark 487
Leah 140

Mother of the Year

Love Interest Respondents
Thomas 692
Eiko 296
Levi 224

Nightbound

Love Interest Respondents
Nik 529
Cal 313
Katherine 237
Vera 135

Which Nik?

This follows the Wikia's numbering.
  1. Nik I (51.3%)
  2. Nik III (31.3%)
  3. Nik II (17.4%)

Open Heart

Love Interest Respondents
Ethan 573
Bryce 363
Jackie 244
Rafael 145

Passport to Romance

Love Interest Respondents
Ahmed 362
Elliot 272
Sumire 221
Marisa 201

Perfect Match

Love Interest Respondents
Damien 779
"Hayden" (female) 463
"Hayden" (male) 415
Sloane 198

Which "Hayden"?

This follows the Wikia's numbering.
  1. "Hayden" II (male) (27.9%)
  2. "Hayden" II (female) (24.8%)
  3. "Hayden" I (male) (19.7%)
  4. "Hayden" III (female) (16%)
  5. "Hayden" III (male) (10%)
  6. "Hayden" I (female) (1.6%)

Platinum

Love Interest Respondents
Raleigh (male) 615
Avery (female) 229
Avery (male) 187
Raleigh (female) 151
Shane 62

Which Avery?

  1. Male (55.7%)
  2. Female (44.3%)

Which Raleigh?

  1. Male (69.9%)
  2. Female (30.1%)

Red Carpet Diaries

Love Interest Respondents
Hunt 423
Matt 358
Victoria 211
Seth 107
Teja 101

Ride or Die

Love Interest Respondents
Logan 529
Colt 354
Mona 347

Which Logan?

This follows the Wikia's numbering.
  1. Logan I (41.3%)
  2. Logan II (35.7%)
  3. Logan III (13%)
  4. Logan IV (10%)

The Royal Romance/Heir

Love Interest Respondents
"Liam" 686
Drake 261
Hana 237
Maxwell 195

Which "Liam"?

This follows the Wikia's numbering.
  1. "Liam" III (48.4%)
  2. "Liam" I (43.8%)
  3. "Liam" II (7.8%)

Rules of Engagement

Love Interest Respondents
"Leo" 706
"Dean" 312
"William" 203

Party Twin

Love Interest Respondents
Blake 800
Mira 231
Carter 181

Save the Date

Love Interest Respondents
Simon 489
Lindsay 278
"Justin" 248

Sunkissed

Love Interest Respondents
Eliana 361
Nate 354
Samson 260

Veil of Secrets

Love Interest Respondents
Flynn 729
Naomi 283
Kate 126
Grant 103

Wishful Thinking

Love Interest Respondents
Jaime 522
Anna 408
Aubrey 250
Surprised at the results? Expecting them? Want to give your own hot take? Comment below!
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2019.10.27 20:36 Shuffle-Tee Rhyming Dictionary First 7 Pages

HI PEOPLES...
SO! Here are a couple of pages from the book. You should see that when it gets to the 'AR' sounds that change from accent to accent like 'grass' going from a short 'a' to a long 'a' that there is an emboldened bit that says "see ____" so that you go to the scheme that matches the way you say it.
It's not 100% because some change in the American accent like "labour law" wouldn't work with "Jason Bourne" in a US accent, but does in most UK accents, so there are some discrepancies, but overall it should work!
But, anyway! Here are a few pages to check out what the book is like...! The layout is obviously totally different in the book, this is just how it comes out in here. This is the first 7 pages - all the sounds that begin with the 'A' sound!!!!
SORRY IF IT'S TOO LONG!

A-A
Payday
Mate’s rates
Slave trade
Face paint
Vacate
Freight train
Waylaid
Play date
Gameplay
Namesake

Takeaway
JFK
Labour day
David Blaine
Hateful 8
Mayonnaise
Layer Cake
Paper plane
Flava Flav
Ace of Spades
Razorblade
Database

A-AH
Placemat
ASAP
Payback
Kate Nash
Take That
Rain mac
Stray cat
Stage hand
Mainland
Haystack
Age gap

Stacey Dash
Paperback
Maniac
Payment plan
Bacon bap
Dating app
Baby fat
Laser tag
Basement Jaxx

A-AR
Face mask
Stage pass
Stained glass
See A-AH
Gay bar
Braveheart
Skate park
Trademark
Radar
Graveyard
Race car
Brain fart

Raise a glass
Blade of grass
See A-AH
Ace of hearts
Cable car
Razor-sharp
Bass guitar
Trailer park
Change of heart
Maker’s mark
Playing cards
Bakewell tart

A-AIR
Day care
Train fare
Mayfair
Stray hair
Jane Eyre
Laid bare
Caged bear
Spayed mare

Facial hair
Vacant stare
Gaming chair
Say your prayers
Baby wear
Laissez faire

A-E
Baked beans
Dre Beats
Jay Z
Rapeseed
Page 3
Train seat
A-Team
Day dream
James Dean
Mainstream
Eighteen

Ancient Greece
Table read
Take a seat
A to B
Blatantly
KFC
Graham Greene
Jamie T
Bakery

A-EH
Train wreck
Caged hens
Cavemen
Wavelength
Brain dead
Safe sex
Rain check
Latex
Break bread
Straight edged
Mae West
Apex

Space cadet
Break a leg
Bated breath
Pastry chef
Grateful Dead
Bayonet
Razor edged
Sacred text
Maisonette
Safety net

A-ER
Caged bird
Face first
Brain surge
Plane curve
Framework
Pay dirt

Tapeworm
Paperwork
April 1st
Date of birth
Phrasal verb
Safety first
Racial slur
Ladybird
Facial burns
Wait your turn

A-EAR
Shakespeare
Reindeer
Ray Mears
Cape Fear
Grey beard
Cake tier

Crate of beer
Safety gear
Navy Pier
Baby deer
Play by ear
Face your fears
Cambridgeshire

A-I
FaceTime
Grapevine
Ralph Fiennes
Waistline
Hate crime
Brake light
Cage fight
Steak knife
Stage fright
Drainpipe
Layby
A.I

Sage advice
Katie Price
Baby Spice
Rachel Weisz
Dana White
David Icke
Break the ice
Naked eye
Pastry knife
Nationwide
Waste of time

A-IH
Spaceship
Matrix
Facelift
Playlist
Payslip
Saint Nick
Basics
Snake pit
Crayfish
Cake mix

Babysit
Taylor Swift
Jason Biggs
Faking it
Flaming Lips
Zadie Smith
Paperclip
Makes you think
Safety pin
David Lynch

A-O
Rainbow
Waistcoat
Halo
NATO
Cane toad
Scapegoat
Payload
Gravestone
K.O.
Grace Jones
J Lo
Lay low

Radio
Game of Thrones
HBO
Status Quo
Gravy boat
Way to go
H2O
Ancient Rome
Stately home
Shaving foam

A-OH
Raindrop
Brainwash
Stray dog
Day job
Great Scott
Jay cloth
Kate Moss
Face off
Asos
Baywatch
James Bond

Jamie Foxx
Sadie Frost
Blazing Squad
Tablecloth
Shake it off
Crazy Frog
David Cross
Tater Tots
Pagan Gods

A-OR
Skateboard
Acorn
Shane Ward
Train doors
Décor
Chainsaw
Main course
Brainstorm

Pastry fork
David Morse
Jason Bourne
Safety form
Ravenclaw
Labour laws
Trading floor
Table saw

A-OW
Lake House
Stake out
Face down
Raincloud
Playground
Greyhound
Space bound
Grace Town
James Brown

Safe and sound
Sacred grounds
Paper round
Crazy Town
Danger Mouse
Famous Grouse
Break it down
Layabout
Take me out

A-OI
Gameboy
Raised voice
James Joyce

Case in point
Paperboy
Make some noise
Baby toys
David Moyes

A-OOH
Facebook
Kate Bush
Dane Cook
James Woods
Stay put

Neighbourhood
Greater good
Made you look
Rachel Cook
Safety hook

A-U
Grapefruit
Babe Ruth
Debut
Breakthrough
Playroom
Stay tuned
Late bloom
HQ
Grey Goose
GameCube

Tablespoon
Sailor moon
Sabre-toothed
Naked truth
Pay your dues
Raise the roof
Bakerloo
Baby food
Breaking news
Bathing suit

A-UH
Make up
A cup
Paintbrush
BASE jump
James Blunt
Gay club
Taste buds

Paper cut
Ladybug
Break it up
Stay in touch
Hazel nut
Baby bump
Ace of clubs
Staple gun
Naked Lunch
Brady Bunch
Bay for blood
Making love
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