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From the Wii era. For whatever reason, she isn’t eligible. Yeah she’s married, yeah she has a daughter, yeah her daughter is your character’s age.

Think about it! A storyline where as her flirtatious lines to intrigue the main character she says that she’s a neurotic alcoholic. She intrigues him with her flirting, even though he knows it’s completely wrong. She sneaks some lessons in flirting for the main character.

Instead of marriage, and her moving in, she invites him to the Inn where they drink and engage in an affair. He sees the whole thing as a shallow fling, but she’s seeing this as the one bit of control she has in her otherwise traditional role as a wife. (yeah-yeah, she has a job… but not many customers because the town has like 30 people). She has one rule, stay away from her daughter! Well two, don’t tell anyone else of their little affair. Her reasons aren’t clear on that.

The main character then has the choice of expanding deviance by transforming it from a simple affair with a married woman into a live triangle with her daughter. At this point, the blacksmith can become the main villain of this love arc, doing what she can to spoil the relationship.

Hello darkness my old friend,
I’ve come to talk with you again,
Because a vision softly creeping,
left its seeds while I was sleeping,
And that vision
That was planted in my brain,
still remains,
Within the sound
of silence.

Just a Christmas thought.

I describe myself as a little dose of toxic masculinity.