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When I was working on my art of the SotT cast I kind of thought they looked like yearbook images so I amused myself with coming up with Most Likely titles:
Mike Takemura, Most Likely to Make a Traffic Cop Cry
Simon Drake, Most Likely to Sweep the Gold at the Denial Olympics
Johnny Pilgrim, Most Likely to Bring Grenades, Just in Case
Jeremy Archer, Most Likely to Have an Alias, Somewhere, with the Surname “Drake”
Nate Waxman, Most Likely to Pretend he’s Gordon Freeman on a Regular Basis
Sandra Leone, Most Likely to be Able to Kill a Man with a TV Guide
Dave Brassoff, Most Likely to Die at his Desk After Working for 96 Straight Hours, or Take Over the World (there is no middle ground)
"It is a perfectly good English surname, Simon.”
"Yeah, well, I must have missed the memo where you ran out of other perfectly good English names to use, Christ."
"I don’t suppose it would do any good to inform you that Ethan was responsible for this one?"
"Here’s the problem: I don’t believe you."
"Mm. I suppose that is a problem—”
"Finally. He gets it. Hallelujah."
"—but, I assure you, Simon, it is not my problem.”
I’m finally working my way through the Mass Effect trilogy, playing a straight-out-of-the-box Soldier broShep, for reasons. After some thought I kept Shep single until ME3, at which point I hooked him up with Kaidan. This decision has been adorable so far.
Recently the two of them had the following exchange, which I paraphrase:
Kaidan: You were gone when I woke up this morning. Why didn’t you wake me up before you left?
Shep: I couldn’t bear to.
Kaidan: Aww, that’s sweet. But still, next time, wake me up.
It took me a while to realize that this could only end in one way:
The next morning Kaidan drifts up and out of sleep with Shep’s hand on his cheek, and Shep leans in and says, very softly,
"… I should go."
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