Should one of the villains fall, the other one grieving over their fallen lover is quite likely to initialize an Alas, Poor Villain scenario, and maybe even a My God, What Have I Done?
Should another villain start messing with the happy couple, it's usually played as a Kick the Dog moment.
Big Bad meets Baroness, Baroness meets Big Bad, their eyes meet, and horribly discordant music that sounds not unlike the screaming of tortured souls arise. A pair of villains capable of channeling The Power of Love is enough to give even the most hardened group of heroes a serious challenge, and worse yet, seeing the villains in love may make them doubt their own motivations.
Lord Worldbreaker and Lady Firestorm are, individually, serious threats to the heroes, but what happens if they're suddenly working dangerous.
The Bundys borrow the Rhodes' good luggage and camera while they go away.
The people I worked with were lovely, despite the dysfunctions of the larger organization, so I tried to make the best of it for awhile.
Here, Adams is alleging that—maybe, just maybe—there is only one type of Islam after all.
And what we consider to be the radical, fundamentalist sort is actually just a natural product of... Great question, but hold on while he explains his hypothetical dating life.
The work-to-live idea should by now (I hope) have been replaced by the live-to-work idea where you’re able to marry your passion to a day job that feels organic and parallel to your desire to create, shape, or direct the world around you.
When you lock into a working environment that’s aligned with what drives you—be it writing, architecture, waste management, music, or retail—you’d be hard-pressed to find a better place to meet a mate.