Mar 25, 2288
Sentinel Ari Corion: Goodneighbor
After many dead ends, I found myself in the last place I wanted to be and in retrospect the first place I should have looked. Goodneighbor. Stepping through the door I scanned the area and was surprised to see Jinx walking out of Kill or Be Killed. It made sense to lay low here, but I would have thought she’d be halfway back to the Mojave by now. While an interesting development, she wasn’t a priority. I made a mental note to mention it in my report. She stopped to talk with a local and I took the opportunity to slip down an alley while her back was turned. Jinx was unpredictable and there was no way of knowing how she’d take seeing me. I didn’t need her blowing my cover before I even started.
I walked pass the Third Rail and entered the Memory Den. As I approached Irma she said, “sorry, hon, we’re not accepting new clients right now.”
“Oh, well I was really hoping to relive riding the railroad, but…” I trailed off with a shrug.
Irma smiled, standing and picking something up off a nearby table. She stepped toward me and held out a holotape. “In that case perhaps we could do a trial run.”
I took the tape, replying. “I wouldn’t want to be any trouble.”
“It’s no trouble at all have a seat right there.” I did not want this woman poking around in my head. For my entire life I had been part of the Brotherhood and it would not go over well with the Railroad. Yet if I protested to much it would look suspicious. I sat, hoping I could bluff my way out of this once it was over.
The top closed and a screen reading please stand by hung in front of my face. After a few moments of nothing happening, the cover opened back up. Irma stood next to the lounger, “I see. Follow the Freedom Trail from the Commons. That will get you where you need to go.”
Not quite sure what happened, I muttered, “Thank you.” and left.
After refusing to listen to Danse reasonings, Elder Maxson tried once again to push Ell into executing him. She was torn, between her loyalty to the Brotherhood and all that they stood for, and her loyalty to Danse, her mentor and her friend. Then, after some thought, she realized that being loyal to Danse was being loyal to the Brotherhood, after all he had done and sacrificed for them he deserved more than to simply be put to death. She stood firm in her believes, made sure that Maxson saw that. She knew he respected her, she’d hoped for much more than what he’d given, but in the end she was grateful that she wouldn’t be forced to choose between a cause she’d been fighting for and a man she’d fought along side for so long. This wasn’t the end of their road together. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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