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Bagheera

In Reply To
Dermie

Subj: Re: It's safe to assume the heroes are adults and if they dated they did it
Posted: Wed Feb 25, 2009 at 11:53:02 pm EST (Viewed 339 times)
Reply Subj: Re: It's safe to assume the heroes are adults and if they dated they did it
Posted: Tue Feb 24, 2009 at 10:46:52 pm EST (Viewed 321 times)


> Sersi and Black Knight did it

>Absolutely.
>
>>In fact, I think there's a pretty decent chance the line "Let's stop being so noble" led to a full-blown "did it" with Crystal as well.

> This is one that tends to get a fair amount of debate. The main arguments against it come from the fact there were witnesses--both Sersi and the Anti-Vision watched them kiss in the garden.
> Given Sersi's involvement with Dane at the time, as well as her increasingly violent emotional instability, it seems unlikely she wouldn't have intervened if they'd started to go beyond kissing. Also the Anti-Vision later gloated about having watched the entire encounter, and he only refers to things happening in the garden (unless they had sex in the garden--but I'd like to credit them with a bit more discretion than that ;\) ).
> The Dane/Crys storyline seemed to be aiming for a star-crossed love that might have been, but never had a chance. In that case, it seems more appropriate that they never had a chance to consummate the relationship.

Hmm. Fair enough.

> The bottom line is that it could go either way--there is no conclusive proof for either side.

Nice argument.

And honestly? I could go either way on this one.

I guess I just originally felt there was a more likely chance that Dane and Crys went farther than that initial liplock. Especially based on that awkward scene later on in the run in which Pietro asks Dane to please give him and his wife one more chance at happiness.

Dane's shame seemed a little much for just one kiss.

But hey, I have always seen him as the honorable Han Solo sort. So just an admission of feelings from both him and (a still married) Crystal might have been enough to bring forth those pangs of guilt. Especially in front of an honorable husband trying to do the right thing.

Interesting...




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