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Fan Fiction Book Report: Revenge a.k.a Being Killed, But Not Dying


The Godfather
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Mar 17, 1988
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<table align="center" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="tr-caption-container" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; text-align: center;"><tbody><tr><td style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/--qifu7ERR7I/U90j4q_mTTI/AAAAAAAAAB4/iM3PiSYisMs/s1600/Revenge.jpg" imageanchor="1" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;"><img border="0" src="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/--qifu7ERR7I/U90j4q_mTTI/AAAAAAAAAB4/iM3PiSYisMs/s1600/Revenge.jpg" height="360" width="640" /></a></td></tr><tr><td class="tr-caption" style="text-align: center;">Art via FanFiction.net</td></tr></tbody></table><div style="text-align: justify;">Hello! This is the first edition of Fan Fiction Book Report. This will be a new feature for TWB where I offer reports on wrestling fan fiction stories out there on the Internet. Trust me, there are TONS of them if you search long enough. For this first edition, we do a story titled <a href="https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10563016/1/Revenge">“Revenge.”</a> Some of you might know that this is the name of a television show on ABC. This is not about that, however. So if you got here looking for <i>Revenge</i> the TV show fan fiction, I’m afraid we’ve got some bad news for you. I will let Dad News Barrett deliver it to you.<br /><br />Instead, this story has to do with the break-up of the Shield. Instead of taking place in the magical world of Monday Night Raw, this more or less takes place in Gotham City. The Shield are not the “Hounds of Justice” as Michael Cole constantly said. They are instead a terrorist organization, causing mayhem in the city. The story justified the break-up as Seth Rollins being an undercover police officer, trying to take out Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. Without further adieu, here is the report.<br /><br /><a name='more'></a><div style="text-align: center;"><b>Revenge</b></div><br />He got them. After two long years, he finally brought down the Shield. That was precisely what Seth Rollins thought during his two and a half year-long operation as an undercover officer infiltrating the Shield. Pum Pumpkin Witch’s story got right into the action and proved that all the hard work Rollins and his bosses John Cena and Triple H did, would ultimately lead to their demise.<br /><br />The “two-toned hair” undercover cop walked through the office, receiving a thumbs up for a job well-done. His colleagues were happy that Rollins brought down the Shield, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. The author described Ambrose, the ringleader of the operation, as psychotic and a mad man. In fact, he did it repeatedly throughout the 1,000-plus word story. The Rollins had taken the job right away from superiors Cena and Triple H.<br /><br />It all went down on June 2. The Shield had found themselves in a showdown with the police. In some sort of flashback sequence, Rollins pulled out a gun and planned to take out (or kill) Ambrose. It bothered Rollins though as he liked the guys. Apparently, if you hang out with “terrorists” long enough, you learned to like them. However, instead of taking out Ambrose, Rollins “killed” Reigns. The cops caught Ambrose.<br /><br />With the task accomplished, all Rollins had an interest in was going on vacation, much like any crime fighter who takes part in a mission that takes multiple years. However, Ambrose flat out refused to talk to either Triple H and John Cena. This meant Rollins’ night wasn’t over.<br /><br />Triple H sent both Rollins and Cena in to interrogate Ambrose. Rollins agreed to keep working instead of going out for a beer to celebrate or seeing some family or even go roller skating. It became apparent in this story that Rollins has no life and just wants to work.<br /><br />Both Cena and Rollins entered the room and Rollins apparently heard someone growling and laughing. Ambrose took the opportunity to call Rollins a weasel. I had a hard time understanding how Rollins was a “weasel.” He looked nothing like the animal. He didn’t have a tail. He had no fur. He didn’t yell “POP” as he entered the interrogation room. HOW DOES THAT MAKE HIM A WEASEL?<br /><br />Rollins ignored Ambrose’s remark and stared deep into the eyes of his apparent “Joker.” There’s no face paint! How can he be a clown? The story went from Rollins and Ambrose being like brothers to suddenly becoming mortal enemies who felt the need to destroy each other.<br /><br />The story provided a brief, two-three sentence, background on Ambrose. The author informed readers that Ambrose’s parents both died and he was then raised in a small town by his uncle,who in fact was a killer who eventually went to prison. Good job, Child Services! Ambrose became homicidal himself, first by killing farm animals and then people. The author noted a five-year gap in between sightings. He returned to society with a new partner, or brother, or something. It ultimately led to the creation of the Shield, which of course led to them killing people.<br /><br />The author jumped right back in the story with Rollins asking a vague question. Rollins wanted Ambrose to tell them “what they want to know.” Other than the fact that he said contacts, no clarification is ever provided. We don’t know anything. There was no plot or plan or anything to be mentioned.<br /><br />Ambrose replied to Rollins’ question by claiming that Rollins killed Reigns. During his response, Ambrose apparently had “venom dripping in his voice.” Mr. Ambrose should consider getting that checked out. It could be harmful. Somebody should check this out on WebMD.<br /><br />Rollins apparently expected the question, because he was some kind of super cop or whatever. Maybe <i>Timecop</i>! Rollins made a point to say he wasn’t trying to kill anybody. He admitted he tried to “wound” Ambrose. Instead, it was Reigns who was “killed.” Nice work, Deadeye!<br /><br />Cena had enough and tried intimidating Ambrose, getting face-to-face with this fiend. Ambrose however refused to back down and whispered “never.” The interrogation was three minutes in and everything was not running smoothly. Rollins found a photo of a female, presumably a close associate of Ambrose’s. However, Ambrose wasn’t in a picture type of mood. That man was all about daguerreotypes.<br /><br />Ambrose politely asked for the time as Rollins, who apparently lived life on a 24-hour clock, said it was 23:45. When approached about the time question, Ambrose did nothing except make ticking sounds. During this time, a woman waited in a lobby, waiting to bail her boyfriend out of jail, or so she said. While she waited, this group of guys, presumably the Shield henchmen, were killing all the police officers in the building. RIP Officer Ryder! Sure enough, a certain person who everyone thought was dead was in fact not dead, waking up to the pleasure of the female waiting for him.<br /><br />Less than 50 feet away, with nobody apparently hearing anything going on in the other room, Cena continued to interrogate Ambrose. Both men resorted to strong-arming Ambrose, even pointing a gun at his head, an effective interrogation technique. Ambrose remained as his normal self and kept pretending to be a clock.<br /><br />During the interrogation, Ambrose asked the time again. As Rollins was about to answer, both men ducked out of the way because of a body being thrown through the one-way mirror. It was *GASP* TRIPLE H! It wasn’t the best for business as the best for business was dead from bullet wounds.<br /><br />Rollins was stunned. The most famous quote from the story was “...Seth had killed the guy, but he didn’t die.” Try and spend the rest of the day figuring out what they meant by writing that specific excerpt.<br /><br />It was indeed Roman responsible for the move against Triple H. Reigns made his presence known and soon Ambrose took out Cena by smashing his face in the table and snapping his neck, all while presumably cuffed.<br /><br />Both Reigns and the female, now identified as Summer Rae, entered the room. Reigns knocked down Rollins, who had drawn his weapon. Reigns freed Ambrose and Summer Rae told him that she brought all the toys. The gang reunited, without Rollins.<br /><br />Ambrose, Reigns and Summer Rae all left the building, to the cheers of the gunmen outside. Reigns carried out Rollins and propped him by the lamp pole for some reason.<br /><br />Rollins came to the realization that there was some sort of set-up involved. Ambrose explained to Rollins that Summer Rae had ultimately worked as a mole on behalf of the Shield, infiltrating the police department and finding out who was working undercover.<br /><br />The group apparently had trouble figuring out who worked undercover and it wasn’t until the police closed in that Rollins “showed his true colors.” Somehow, Reigns had been alive the entire time. This meant he was stronger than the dearly-departed Cena.<br /><br />While Ambrose explained the plan, Reigns searched through the car and pulled out a “bazooka.” He gave it to Ambrose, who in turn, gave it to Summer Rae and had her blow up the building. The gang drove off and Rollins stared briefly in horror at the building being on fire. He did however “take his eyes off it it.” As they left, Ambrose told Rollins that they weren’t done. Rollins screamed out in pain and passed out.<br /><br />Back to the car, the three continued to drive. Summer Rae ran her blood-soaked hands through her hair, which is gross. COME ON! Ambrose made a suggestion about going to New York, presumably to face off against Snake Plissken. The story ended. What can be said about this story? I’m not really sure what you can say. If you have read the story, feel free to discuss further in the comments below.</div>

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