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The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.6: Beginnings, Endings, and Celebrations
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  • 1. The Squeaky Clean Legacy Chapter 17.6: Endings, Beginnings, and Celebrations
  • 2. When
we
last
saw
the
Squeaky
Clean
Legacy,
our
genera7on
nine
heiress
 Elaine
Goodytwoshoes
had
just
become
engaged
to
Ian
Legacina,
a
 substan7al
improvement
from
her
first
fiancée,
Angus
Pleasant.

 (It
has
been
a
long

7me
since
my
last
update.
Apologies.
If
you
need
to
 catch
up
on
who
is
whom
and
what
has
been
going
on,
may
I
recommend
 reading
the
last
couple
of
updates?)

  • 3. 
Before
we
get
back
to
the
Goodygirls
Sorority,
we
have
to
turn
to
some
 Romans.
This
is
partly
because
I
love
Romans,
and
partly
because
I
need
to
fix
 said
Romans
up
roman7cally,
and
partly
because
Romans
invariably
mean
 Simselves,
even
if

the
Simselves
are
very
badly
behaved.
I
don’t
know
why
Cait

 decided
to
pick
a
fight
with
Greg,
and
yes,
Greg
counts
as
a
Roman.

  • 4. De,

for
instance,
is
an
honorary
Roman.
At
least
Cassius
thinks
she
is.

  • 5. 
Please
try
not
to
poke
anybody
or
pick
any
fights,
okay,
Lily?

  • 6. Marcus
and
Greg
were
together
in
my
old
neighborhood,
but
they
need
to
get
 together
again
here.
I
never
get
7red
of
Marcus.He’s
probably
one
of
my
 favorite
grandchildren,
if
only
because
he’s
Popularity
and
took
over
his
 Grandpa
Flavius’s

old
superhero
business.

  • 7. 
I
never
get
7red
of
Marcus
and
Greg.

  • 8. D’aw.

Marcus
and
Greg.

  • 9. 
The
real
purpose
of
playing
the
Romans,

though,
is
geTng
Duodecimus

 hooked
up
with
RoseFyre,

the
simself
who
seems
to
like
him
best,
 though
that
can
vary.

 All
seemed
well,
so
Duodecimus

asked
Rose
on
a
date

to
the
former
 Bluewater
Baths
and
Salon,
now
owned
by
Achilles
and
named
Curl
Up
 and
Dye.

  • 10. 
She
seems
pleased,
yes?
Interested
in
what
he
has
to
say?

  • 11. 
Or
maybe
more
interested
in
what
Bluewater
townie
Unconvincing
Floral
 Accessory
has
to
say?

  • 12. 
Or
perhaps
a
liWle
bit
less
than
thrilled
with
Duodecimus?

  • 13. 
RoseFyre:
Ew,

garlic
breath.

  • 14. 
She
seems
to
get
over

her
temporary
revulsion
just
fine.

  • 15. ‐‐
long
enough
to
ditch
him
and
jump
into
the
hot
tub
with
Achilles
and
 Brutus,
who
is
gay
and
has
been
married
to
Dante
Gabriel

for
years.
 
I
think
it’s
all
a
sneaky
trick
so
that
Duodecimus
has
to
ask
her
on
a
third
 date.

A
third
date!

Doesn’t
she
realize
that
Sims
are
supposed
to
fall
in
 love
on
the
first
date
or
the
second
at
most?

What
happened
to
 consul7ng
the
player’s
convenience?
SHEESH.

  • 16. 
Rose
got
her
way,
of
course,
because
there
did
have
to
be
a
third
date.

  • 17. ‐‐
and
this
7me
she
didn’t
raise
any
awkward
objec7ons.

  • 18. 
And
thus
he
fell
in
love‐‐

  • 19. 
‐‐and
proposed
to
her‐‐

  • 20. 
‐‐and
she
admired
the
shininess
of
the
engagement
ring‐‐

  • 21. 
‐‐and
also
got
5000
aspira7on
points.
 He
didn’t
get
any
aspira7on
points,

because
he
is
a
Fortune
Sim,
so
I
bought
 him
some

expensive
garbage.

And
they
prepared
to
live
happily
ever
a^er.

  • 22. At
Goodygirls,
not
a
whole
heck
of
a
lot
is
going
on.

  • 23. 
There’s

Molly
and
Skyler
going
on
dates–

  • 24. –and
singing
karaoke,

which
Molly
likes
and
Skyler
does
not–

  • 25. Plus
a
lot
of
smooching–

  • 26. Followed
by
falling
in
love,
and
Skyler
having
the
good
sense
to

leave
a
 large
screen
television
suitable
for
the
amusement
of
the
en7re
house.

  • 27. 
Clearly,
Molly
takes
her
responsibili7es
as
a
sorority
member
seriously.
 Molly:

What
good
is
a
boyfriend
if
he
doesn’t
leave
electronic
entertainment?

  • 28. 
She’s
perfectly
serious
about
studying
with
her
older
half
brother
 Telemachus,

so
she
can
watch
as
much
television
as
she
wants.

  • 29. Lenore

spends
a
lot
of
7me
geTng
hit
by
lightning
while
she’s
trying
to
 weed
things.

  • 30. 
But
mostly,
there
is
a
whole
lot
of
this
as
I
try
to
get
them
up
to
the
final
 semester
of
senior
year.

  • 31. 
(Note
Skyler’s
contribu7on
just
behind
Elaine.)

  • 32. 
Finally
everyone
graduated,
and
nobody
was
par7cularly
excited
about
 it.
There
were
no
25,000
aspira7on
points
to
be
gained
here.

  • 33. 
Molly’s
the
only
Sim
in
the
house
who
is
remotely
likely
to
roll
that,
and
 she’s
nowhere
close
to
gradua7on.

  • 34. 
Elaine
is
Romance.
She
has
other
priori7es.
 
“Why
yes!
I
would
love
to
have
a

Roof
Raiser
party
before
I
graduate!”

  • 35. 
Molly:
I
didn’t
know
you
were
so
excited
about
gradua7ng.
 Elaine:
It’s
the
party
I’m
excited
about.
The
gradua7on,
not
so
much.

  • 36. 
Molly:
Oh
well,
in
that
case,
congratula7ons
on
the
last
Roof
Raiser
 party.

  • 37. Obvious
guests
on
the
list:

Ian;
Penelope,
Elaine’s
mother;

and
assorted
 boyfriends.

  • 38. 

Elaine:
Mother,
could
you
try
not
to
be
such
a
bitch
to
my
fiancé?

  • 39. 
Penelope:
Excuse
me?

  • 40. 
Elaine:
You
know
exactly
what
I
mean,
Mother.
You
keep
going
up
to
Ian
 and
picking
fights

with
him
and
poking
him.
And
he
doesn’t
like
that
kind
 of
thing
at
all.
I
want
us
all
to
get
along
together,
and
we
all
have
to
live
 together,
so
I’d
really
like
you
to
make
an
effort.

  • 41. 

Penelope:
So,
Ian–
I’m
drawing
a
blank
here.

  • 42. Ian:
I
can
see
that.
I
appreciate
the
thought,
though,
so
I’ll
try
not
to
poke
 you
back,
okay?

  • 43. Nausicaa:

Congratula7ons
on
geTng
engaged!

  • 44. 
Elaine:
Congratula7ons
on
geTng
engaged!

  • 45. 
Gawaine:
Congratula7ons
on
gradua7ng!

  • 46. Elaine:
Congratula7ons
at
figuring
out
how
to
get
into
an
essen7al
shot,
 Gawaine!


 Gawaine:


It’s
a
gi^.

  • 47. And
it’s
an
exci7ng
moment,

as
my
very
last
heiress

prepares

to
go
 home
and
bring
in
the
last
genera7on‐‐

  • 48. ‐‐
or
head
for
the
ski
lodge,
whatever
comes
first.

  • 49. 
Lenore:
I
hear
Candy
Mountain
is
nice
at
this
7me
of
year.

  • 50. Parsifal:
There’s
not
too
much
going
on
over
here.
 At
the
boy’s
fraternity,
everyone
is
also
preparing
to
graduate.

  • 51. Albert
congratulates
Bunthorne

on
becoming
a
big
Sim
on
campus.

  • 52. Bunthorne

takes
this
as
his
cue
to
propose
to
Dusty
Broke.

  • 53. Bunthorne:

And
as
soon
as
we’ve
graduated,
we
can
go
steal
some

 jewelry
for
the
honeymoon.

  • 54. 
Marcus:
Congratula7ons!

You
guys
both
deserve
it.

  • 55. WriterTina:

That
was
fabulous.
 Gawaine:

Thank
you!
 WriterTina:

I
meant
Angus
geTng
pwned,
but
you’re
fabulous,
too.
 And
while
we
are
speaking
of
Gawaine.
.
.

  • 56. It
doesn’t
maWer
how
honest
you
are
about
that,
Ethan,
that
is
never
 going
to
happen.

  • 57. 
Most
of
the
7me
it’s
par7es‐‐

  • 58. 
and
also
buying

drum
kits.

  • 59. 
Drum
kits
make
a
lot
of
the
boys
happy.

  • 60. 
But
what
really
makes
Gawain
happy,
happier
even
than
a
drum
kit,
is
 making
a
lot
of
new
friends.

  • 61. 
Something
just
made
Albert
very
happy,
and
they’re
all
coming
back
 from
class,
so‐‐

  • 62. Gawaine:

Congratula7ons!
 Yeah,

most
of
them
graduated,

and
the
only
one
who
rolled
any
aspira7on
 points
for
it
was
Albert,

who
didn’t
graduate.

  • 63. Gawaine:

There’s
s7ll
7me
for
one
last
party
before
gradua7on?

Well,
 how
could
I
say
no
to
that?

  • 64. 
Gawaine:
I’m
s7ll
the
eldest,
and
that
means
I’m
s7ll
the
leader.

  • 65. Dinadan:

We
are
so
proud
of
you.
 
Gawaine:
Thanks,
Dad.
You
and
Mom
are
late,
though.
What
held
you
up?

  • 66. 
A
gradua7on
party
means
a
chance
for
the
whole
family
to
catch
up.

  • 67. 
Including
Uncle
Ulysses,
who
can’t
visit
at
all
in
the
day7me.

  • 68. Ulysses
is
also
easily

sidelined
by
the
OCD
that
goes
along
with
being
a
 vampire.

  • 69. Molly:
Clearly
earning
a
degree
didn’t
make
you
any
smarter.

  • 70. 
Everyone
has
an
absolutely
splendid
7me,
both
the
fraternity
members‐‐

  • 71. 

and
guests.

  • 72. 
In
fact,

everyone
seems
to
be
having
a
good
7me,
except
perhaps
for
 Gawaine,
or
why
else
would
he
have
chosen
to
take
a
shower
right
now?
 
Gawaine:

Why
are
you
taking
a
photograph
of
me
right
now?

  • 73. Bunthorne:

Please
grow
up
into
something
hilarious.

  • 74. 
Gawaine:

“Oh,
I’m
a
lumberjack
and
I’m
okay.
.
.”

  • 75. Gawaine:

And
s7ll
the
leader,
and
s7ll
awesome.
 
This
is
true.

  • 76. Parsifal:


There’s
s7ll
7me
for
one
last
party
before
gradua7on?
Well.
.
.
 I’m
Popularity,
so
I’d
like
to,
but
we
just
had
a
gradua7on
party.

  • 77. Parsifal:

So
I’ll
just
seWle
for
growing
up
into
something
scary
instead.

  • 78. Bunthorne:
Look!

It’s
the
Rebel
Without
A
Clue!

  • 79. Palomides

is
the
third
brother
to

graduate
and
grow
up,
and
Bunthorne
 doesn’t
want
to
miss
a
single
one
of
these.

  • 80. Bunthorne:

I
think
it’s
chea7ng
to
grow
up
in
your
pajamas.
 He
s7ll
has
to
get
dressed
before
he
can
go
home.

  • 81. Palomides:

*angryface*

  • 82. Lily:
Hi.

I’m
a
Simself,

and
I’d
appreciate
another
opportunity
to
get
into
this
 chapter.
 Killick:


Which
you
can
)*&*(&^&’in

consider
it
done.

  • 83. 
No
maWer
how
exci7ng
or
distressing
four
years
of
university
have
been,
a
 legacy
heiress
always
has
to
return
home.
 Elaine:
Nothing
really
changes
here.

Mother
inside
wri7ng
something–

  • 84. –daddy training one of our ki0es– 
  • 85. Elaine:–nothing
really
changes.

  • 86. 
She’s
right
about
some
things.
Some
things
don’t
change.
And
that
can
 be
good.
 Killick:

()&**&(*&*,
Ruby!
–
 ‐‐I
miss
ye,
darlin’.

  • 87. 

Ghosts
tend
to
do
that.
They’re
good
for
you.

  • 88. Spencer:

Woohoo,

for
crying
out
loud!
You’re
a
Romance
Sim!
Take
advantage
 of
it!

Get
in
that
bed
and
get
busy,
young
lady!
 
Elaine:
EEEEeeeee!
OK,
great‐great‐great
grandfather
Spencer.

  • 89. 
Some
things
do
change,
and
change
for
the
beWer.

  • 90. It
takes
a
while
to
get
Ian
seWled
in.
He
actually
wanted
to
make
friends
 with
his
future
mother‐in‐law,
and
she’s
a
tough
cookie,
so
I
had
to
 sentence
them
to
remedial
chess.

  • 91. Killick:

Which
I
**&*&*’in

miss
Ruby,
but
the
gardener
gal
ain’t
bad.

  • 92. 
He
capped
his
first
night
staying
with
the
family
by
panicking
over
one
of
 the
trees
in
the
backyard.

  • 93. 
But
Elaine
was
happy
enough
about
his

moving
in
that
she
was
able
to
 devote
herself
to
one
of
the
family’s
tradi7onal
du7es.

  • 94. 
Elaine:
Am
I
ready
for
this?

Will
I
be
a
preWy
bride?
Will
the
guests
say
 so?
Will
Ian
think
so?

  • 95. 
Elaine:
I
look
great!
I
feel
great!
I’m
geTng
married
and
I
FEEL
GREAT.

  • 96. 
And
Ian
seems
to
think
she
looks
great
too,
which
is
a
bonus.

  • 97. 

Elaine:
You’re
not
really
supposed
to
see
the
bride
before
the
wedding,
 though.
 Ian:


I’m
glad
I
did.
You
look
beau7ful.

  • 98. 
Penelope:
I
remember
exactly
what
that
felt
like.
 Dinadan:
S7ll
do?
 
Penelope:
S7ll
do.

  • 99. 
Achilles:
If
everyone’s
done
congratula7ng
everybody
else
on
being
hot,
 we’ve
got
a
wedding
to
get
started.

  • 100. 
Almost
everybody
is
siTng
down,
too‐‐

  • 101. 
which
is
a
freaking
miracle.

  • 102. 
My heart is like a singing bird   whose nest is in a watered shoot; 
  • 103. 
My heart is like an apple tree   whose boughs  are bent with thickset fruit; 
  • 104.  My heart is like a rainbow shell   that paddles in a halcyon sea; 
  • 105.  My heart is gladder than all these‐‐ 
  • 106.   because my love is come to me. 
  • 107.  Raise me a dais  of silk and down;   hang it with vair  and purple dyes; 
  • 108.  Carve it in doves and  pomegranates,   and peacocks with an hundred eyes; 
  • 109. 
Work it  in gold and silver grapes,   in leaves and silver fleur‐de‐lys; 
  • 110.  Because the birthday of my life is come, 
  • 111. ‐‐my love is come to me.         Chris7na
RosseT 
  • 112. Lenore:

That
was
great!
 Molly:
It
totally
was!
 Nausicaa:
About
7me.
 Achilles:
Very
classy.

  • 113. 
Elaine:

I
feel
great.  I
don’t
think
I’ve
ever
seen
a
Romance
Sim
who
was
so
happy
to
get
 married.

  • 114. 
Elaine:
Here.
It’s
supposed
to
be
lucky.

  • 115. 
Elaine:
And
Mom
says
it’s
also
very
good.

  • 116. Ian:

Mm.

Lemon.
 ‐‐hey.

What’s
so
funny?

  • 117. Elaine:

Hah!
You
have
fros7ng
on
your
nose!

  • 118. 
A
wedding
is
always
a
chance
to
gather
with
friends,
and
family,
and
all
 the
people
a
couple
cares
about.

  • 119. 
It’s
also
a
chance
to
affirm
your
new
family’s
values,
if
necessary.
 Gawaine:

‐‐thaaaaat’s
maybe
going
too
far.

  • 120. 
Elaine:
You
think
they’ll
no7ce
if
we
sneak
away
for
a
liWle
dance?

  • 121. Ian:

I
don’t
care
if
everyone
no7ces.

  • 122. Ian:
I
married
you. 
  • 123. 
S7ll,
it’s
always
nice
to
know
that
everyone
had
a
good
7me.

  • 124. Ian:

Of
course
I’m
on
board
with
your
family’s
tradi7ons.
I
wouldn’t
have
 said
that
I
was
if
I
wasn’t.
 Elaine:

Don’t
take
it
too
far.
 Ian:


I
wouldn’t
worry
about
that.
The
next
part
is
also
tradi7onal,
from
 what
I
understand.

  • 125. 
Elaine:
Did
you
know
I
grew
up
in
this
room?

My
family
used
to
joke
and
 call
it
my
turret.

I
was
always
inside
looking
out,

dreaming
about
the
day
 I
would
go
out
and
find
someone
to
love
me.

  • 126. Ian:

You
didn’t
have
to
go
very
far,
or
try
to
make
someone
love
you.
 Elaine:

I
know
that.
 Ian:
You
let
me
love
you.
 Elaine:

I
let
you
in.

And
I’m
so
happy
you’re
here.

So
happy.

  • 127. 
Elaine
is
right.
Something
inside
her
is
quiet
and
contented
now.

  • 128. Elaine:

Shh.

Don’t
wake
him.
 I
want
him
when
he
wakes
up.

  • 129. In
a
diner
across
town‐‐

  • 130. Achilles:

BRAAAP.

‘Scuse
me.
 Lucy:

Eugh.
 Max:
I
concur.

  • 131. Achilles:

So
let
me
get
this
straight.

Your
mother
was
geTng
a
bit
beWer,
 but
you
were
s7ll
worried
sick
about
her,
and
then
she
set
fire
to
the
 kitchen
and
had
to
be
rescued
by
the
fire
department?

And
that’s
a
 posi7ve
thing?

  • 132. Max:

Naturally,
a
culinary
conflagra7on
is
not
a
posi7ve
thing
in
itself.

  • 133. Max:

The firefighter who assisted her, however, was kind enough to  ascertain her safety and well‐being on the following day. 
  • 134. Max:  As you can imagine, my mother has had liHle social interacIon and  few friends aJer her long incapacitaIon. 
  • 135. Max:  She also felt compelled to demonstrate that she does not in fact  incinerate food on a regular basis.   
  • 136. Max:  He also appears to be fond of cats.  
  • 137. Achilles:  WHOA. Back up.  Your mom is friends with some fireman named  Sam, pracIcally daIng him, and you don’t have a problem with that? 
  • 138. Lucy:

Why
should
he
have
a
problem
with
that?

What’s
the
maWer
with
 that?

  • 139. Achilles:

I
didn’t
say
I
had
a
problem
with
it.

I
think
it’s
great.

I
was
 asking
if
Max
had
a
problem
with
it.

  • 140. Max:

No.

I
do
not
“have
a
problem
with
it.”

  • 141. Max:  My mother has been extremely miserable and unhappy for a very  long Ime.  I cannot begrudge her anything that makes her happy.  Nor  could anyone, if they saw her face.   
  • 142. Achilles:

That’s
good.
I
wasn’t
sure
you’d
think
of
it
that
way.


 He’s
a
lot
younger
than
she
is,
though,
isn’t
he?



  • 143. Max:

In
point
of
fact,
he
is
somewhat
younger
than
I
am.
 Achilles:

You
don’t
think
that’s
too
young?
 Max:

On
the
contrary.

I
think
he
is
precisely
the
right
age.

  • 144. Achilles:

Hmm.
 Max:

Hmmm
indeed.

  • 145. Lucy
decides
to
show
her
pleasure
and
friendly
concern
in
a
way
unique
 to
her.
 Lucy:

POW!
Take
that,
Dr.
Death!
 Max:

Thank
you.

I
trust
all
is
well
with
you
as
well.

  • 146. Lucy:

Couldn’t
be
beWer.

  • 147. Lucy:

My niece Lenore just graduated from college. 
  • 148. Lucy:

We’re all preHy happy for her.



  • 149. Lucy:  I met her fiancé, and he’s preHy non‐sInky if I have to say so, what  with his monster cred and all.  Can’t talk about it, though, because he  gets all cranky and talk about how the baker guy and his husband are his  REAL parents.  Whatever.  
  • 150. Lucy:

Lenore’s dad seems to like him, too. 
  • 151. Zane:

He
said
he’d
rip
my
arms
off
and
beat
me
to
death
with
them
if
I
 was
anything
like
him!
 Lenore:

Excuse
me,
swee7e.

I
think
I
need
to
have
a
liWle
chat
with
him.

  • 152. Don’t
bother.

He’s
too
busy
being
enthralled
by
Carmilla
telling
the
 Dragon
Legend.

  • 153. Max:  I did not realize your sister knew the Dragon Legend.  Lucy:  She doesn’t. 
  • 154. Carmilla:

Stanley
is
hot
and
so
am
I.

  • 155. Lucy:

She just moved home, but she and Zane want three kids and we’re  hurIng for space. 
  • 156. Lucy:  Great‐Grandpa Elroy and Great‐Grandpa Whoopie moved down to  Simida.   
  • 157. Lucy:

They’re having a great Ime.  They promised to come back for the  wedding, but they love it down there. 
  • 158. Lucy:

They love it down there even though Great‐Grandpa Whoopie  overdid it in the sun. 
  • 159. Lucy:  He said he’s been waiIng his whole life to have a sunburn that  wouldn’t kill him, so he’s sIll happy about it. 
  • 160. Lucy:  We’re sIll hurIng for space, though, so I said I’d move out, too.  Max:  I did not think you and your sister could tolerate a separaIon. 
  • 161. Lucy:  I sIll don’t think Milly likes the idea.  I don’t love the idea. 
  • 162. Lucy:  But this other pair of twins we met said they did it and it worked  out okay for them. 
  • 163. Lucy:

They said they missed each other a lot, but that living in different  houses didn’t make them any less close. 
  • 164. Lucy:

They said they liked having kids and grandkids and that made it  worth it, and they never lost their connecIon.    Max:  This would be somewhat lonely for you, I would imagine.  Lucy:

It would if I were moving by myself.  But I’m moving in with my  boyfriend. 
  • 165. Max:

You
gave
me
to
understand
that
you
were
irrevocably
7ed
to
your
twin
 sister.
 Lucy:

Yeah,
well.
.
.
 Max:

And
that
you
objected
to—what
was
the
term
you
used—

“s7nky
boys.”
 Lucy:

Oh,
he’s
not
s7nky.

  • 166. Lucy:

Nope, he’s not sInky at all. 
  • 167. Lucy:  I’ve known Spacely my whole life, and ‐‐ 
  • 168. Lucy:

‐‐and I guess one thing just led to another. 
  • 169. Lucy:

It went a lot faster than I thought it would. 
  • 170. Lucy:  I can’t really explain it.  It just did. 
  • 171. Lucy:

It
was
nice
to
get
kissed,
Max.

Really
nice.


 Max:

I
imagine
it
was.

I
am
very
pleased
for
you.
 Lucy:

So
I’ll
see
you
around.

Maybe
really
soon,
like
at
the
wedding.

OK?

  • 172. Max:

Indeed.

  • 173. Achilles:

Bummer,
dude.

It’s
great
about
your
mom,
but
it’s
goWa
be
a
 shock,
and
then
with
Lucy.
.
.
I
always
thought
you
and
Lucy
would.
.
.

  • 174. Max:

No.

  • 175. Achilles:

Really?
 Max:

I
am
very
pleased
for
her,
and
I
shall
of
course
send
the
customary
 silver
toast
rack
or
set
of
demitasse
spoons,
but
I
do
not
believe
I
am
 suitable
for
her.

I
have
every
confidence
that
she
will
be
extremely
 happy.

  • 176. Max:
And as for me . . .

  • 177. Max:
. . .who knows what may not be possible?

  • 178. Who
knows
what
may
be
possible?

The
future
is
always
full
of
ques7ons.

  • 179. 
And
we
will
end
on
that
drama7c
note.
Will
Elaine
and
Ian
have
the
girl
 who
will
finish
the
legacy?

  • 180. Credits— A thousand, thousand thanks to Cait (Regacy), who recolored Elaine’s beautiful veil. Ian Legacina, Orikes-- Pseudo Legacy Spencer Fitzhugh, Marina—Fitzhugh Legacy, Villainous Apocalypse Zane Devereaux, Peasant007—Devereaux Legacy Dinadan Locks, RubyBlue—Goldilocks and the Nine Heirs Stanley Legacy, Dicreasy—Victorian Legacy Apollo and Artemis Bohemian, Jamie/DocGirlP- Bohemian Legacy Cobaltazure (Apocalypse of Ice ) Cait, De/Fireflower314 (Morgan Legacy), RoseFyre (Buffyverse Apocalypse), Jamie/ DocGirlP , WriterTina (Highwinds)—their simselves Blite27—(Ten Caesars)—a whole heapin’ helpin’ of Romans Opening picture—Yes or No, John William Godward SC Productions MMX. It’s

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