fantasy RE-booking: The Fiend

Bray Wyatt is widely known as one of the most creative minds in all of wrestling. A man who could turn wrestling lemons into the sweetest of lemonade… or he could if he’s allowed to. Others argue that his storylines and promos and gimmicks drag on and border on the ridiculous. In April of 2019, just after WrestleMania 35 the first vignettes appeared that would eventually lead up to the creation of the latest Bray Wyatt gimmick, The Fiend. Visually one of the most awe-inspiring beings we have ever seen in wrestling, one that people all over the world would be terrified, excited or even intrigued enough by to want to see what they are going to do… and what did WWE do with this potential GOLD MINE? For me, and in the eyes of most, they absolutely FLOPPED it and in turn washed buckets and BUCKETS of money down the drain… So… Me, whom as many will know is someone for who Bray Wyatt is my favourite modern day wrestler and character, is now going to say how I would’ve done it… So from the off let me tell you the main headlines: there IS NOT going to be a Fiend world title reign of any kind, there IS NOT going to be any BS hell in a cell match with a dumbass finish, and I’m NOT going to bury him at WrestleMania, gift wrap the gimmick and give it to Alexa Bliss and then fire him… So without anymore talking about it… here is my go at booking of the entire run of THE FIEND!

Before I begin with how I would’ve had things go for The Fiend, let me recap how it really went down…

After months of unique and quite captivating vignettes emanating from the ‘Firefly Fun House’, Bray Wyatt brought The Fiend to Monday Night Raw and set his sights on Finn Balor. An attack to a huge reaction led the groundwork for a showdown at SummerSlam. The Fiend and his spellbinding entrance quickly took Balor apart, and the squash win would be followed up with attacks on a variety of WWE legends from Mick Foley to Kurt Angle. Rumours then began to do the rounds that The Fiend would challenge the Universal Champion for the title at the upcoming Hell In A Cell PPV. A rumour which Bray would actually address on the air during a trip to the Fun House… And so, immediately after Seth Rollins retained the Universal Championship in his match with Braun Strowman, The Fiend struck… and the pathway and career trajectory of The Fiend was about to turn south…

I feel as if I could well self-combust if I go into detail about THAT Hell In A Cell match between the then Universal Champion and our blog topic here, but I guess the one thing WWE did right was immediately after realise they fucked up, and the Universal Title was quickly won (for real this time) by The Fiend at the very next opportunity… And just to reassure everyone we weren’t going to have another abomination of a finish, they also announced that the Falls Count Anywhere match ‘Can’t be stopped for any reason’… whatever that means in WWE… but the end result or yet another match in the all red lighting which became a theme of Fiend matches from the Cell match onwards for some time… was…

The Fiend was the champion. Did the character need it? Absolutely not… but I’ll come on to that later… Upon being Champion, three quite significant events took place in a relatively short space of time… For one reason or another (one possibly being that Paul Heyman was head guy at the time for Raw, and so his on-screen client Brock Lesnar was moved over to Raw, as was his WWE Championship) The Fiend AND The Universal Championship moved to the blue brand of SmackDown. And so a blue brand meant… we needed a BLUE belt… because, of course we did… The first man to step up and challenge for the BLUE belt would be a rejuvenated Daniel Bryan, who was beginning to slowly step away from his heel run and back into the beloved fighting babyface that made him the fan favourite he still is today. He wasn’t quite there yet, but it was still enough for Bryan vs The Fiend to be far and away the best feud this gimmick of Wyatt had by a country MILE… Beginning with a banger match that despite the red lighting, Bryan still proved how amazing he is and carried The Fiend to a very good match in doing the job but making the match great. To distinguish the difference between The Fiend and Bray Wyatt, WWE decided that each of these incarnations would get their own representation of the Universal Championship. And so one of the most derived title belts in recent memory was born… With The Fiend having retained the title at Survivor Series, Daniel Bryan wanted another shot, but before that we had one of the more chilling segments of the character’s whole run. If The Fiend is supposed to be a monster, this was quite the horror movie-esque scene…

But with Daniel Bryan… missing (?), the focus of Bray Wyatt switched over to… The Miz (??), who it appeared had developed a form of respect for his once bitter rival in Bryan, and had become irked at the actions of Wyatt whilst putting together the pieces that anyone who encountered The Fiend was.. changed by him… From here the two would feud to the point of one rather sinister segment involving not only Miz & Maryse’s home, but their CHILD…

In what was quite the… odd… occasion, the funhouse version of Bray Wyatt would defend the Blue Universal title against The Miz at the TLC PPV… But it was the afters of the match that was far more noteworthy, as a newly buzzcut-sporting Daniel Bryan returned to even the score. This led to a rematch between Bryan and The Fiend at the Royal Rumble PPV in a Strap match, but before the show the match would be made official in another horror-movie like scene from WWE’s reigning monster… signing the contract for their match in his own BLOOD… Then somehow, as if his genius as a professional wrestler could ever be disputed before, but Daniel Bryan not only got a pretty great match out of THE FIEND, but he did so in a STRAP MATCH (A sometimes quite limiting stipulation). Nonetheless it was The Fiend who walked out with the title still in his keeping… for now…

And so we move onto another part of this story I don’t really want to spend to much time on (PTSD as a Bray Wyatt fan is a REAL thing), but… well yeah this happened…

But off the back of that monstrosity, we at least got the only thing that made it mildly acceptable…

Of course, it wouldn’t be the spectacle we all thought it would be. But in the most unique of WrestleMania shows, we got the most unique ‘match’ we may of ever seen, and for me, this will be my main memory of the run of The Fiend. A lot of it was less than satisfactory, but this, this was a masterpiece. And then for me, you can kind of split the run of The Fiend in two parts, before and after the funhouse match. The Fiend is a gimmick all based on the spectacle, with no fans (as with a lot of WWE’s booking during this darkest of eras) the run and booking of Bray Wyatt and The Fiend… was… well… there’s a reason I’m doing this blog right?… Having not been seen since WrestleMania, Bray returned and set his sights on the then Universal Champion, and his former Wyatt Family ally, Braun Strowman. At the Money In The Bank ppv, Bray Wyatt was beaten by Strowman, fairly comfortably… And so, as is always the case, Bray went for the mental having lost out in the ring… And he would bring back a ghost to haunt the Universal Champion…

This would eventually take us to The Horror Show (wasn’t it just…) at Extreme Rules ppv, where Wyatt would invite Strowman to face him in a Wyatt Swamp Fight, which was… something… but it was Wyatt and The Fiend who emerged victorious. From there the feud got ever more personal, and again we had another turning point (for better or worse) in the run of The Fiend…

The Fiend chose to not attack Braun’s body, but his heart. And so set his sights on Alexa Bliss. Strowman, not wanting to show weakness, literally threw Bliss aside so as to remain the impenetrable monster. And so the pathway was set for a forbidden battle between the two at SummerSlam, where… you’d never see it coming…

Although The Fiend would win back the Universal title, he would lose it within a week to the returning Roman Reigns, even without taking the pin in a three way with Strowman. This would be followed by a brief feud with Kevin Owens, and the confirmation of the forbidden dark partnership with Alexa Bliss. Soon after the two would move over to Monday Night Raw. And not long after that, the beginning of the end…

And of course, soon after at the TLC ppv, Orton would set The Fiend on FIRE… and that was that for The Fiend in physical form for a while. With Bliss carrying on the feud with Orton on his behalf, The Fiend would return at Fastlane to set up a rematch for WrestleMania. Which Orton won, in bizarre circumstances as The Fiend dominated the match after a spectacular entrance, and then was distracted by the sight of Bliss.

One RKO later and that was the match won for Orton. And then after a stare-down between Bliss and The Fiend, the two vanished. And that was that. They each had promos on Raw the next night, Bliss went on with her dark-fiend run, and Bray went away and then got fired a few months later…

You will note I’ve kind of been abrupt in how I ended my recap. Well that was by design, because that was one of the many issues I have with The Fiend’s run. Aside from Bliss saying (basically) I have the power now and I used The Fiend, and Bray saying he was all good and going to be fine, that was it. Bray got fired and we got nothing to follow it with (for the time being anyway, as I type this we’re still in the early days of the likely Wyatt-Bliss reunion)… But as you have just read, The Fiend definitely had it’s ups and downs… so now… LET ME IN to the booking room and let me re-book the whole entire run of THE FIEND!


So, I think people look back at The Fiend as if it was all a total disaster. In fact, it definitely was not. Some of it in fact, was exceptional. So much so, I would not change a single thing about everything that happened from the very first teaser vignette the day after WrestleMania 35, up until and including the Finn Balor match at SummerSlam. What a perfect way to get over a new gimmick and character.

After this, again I wouldn’t change all that much… The Fiend would sporadically attack various legends, but the order would be crucial. Firstly would be the attack on Mick Foley, where The Fiend would also hit Foley with the Mandible Claw, thus taking the move from him. Next would be Kurt Angle, then Jerry Lawler, and then The Fiend would target Kane. Only this time it would lead the a short feud between the two. My basic idea for my booking of The Fiend is that he would be here to target people who had previously wronged Bray Wyatt. If The Fiend is a manifestation from the darkest side of Bray Wyatt, surely then he should seek revenge on Bray Wyatt’s enemies right? Bray had a feud with Balor, and also his debut main roster feud and match was with Kane. So, here we go again…

Kane would face The Fiend at the Clash Of Champions PPV. No shitty red lighting, Just two monsters in a match. But for that this doesn’t matter. The Fiend would win here in fairly comfortable fashion, make it similar to the Balor match at SummerSlam in that sense. 2 matches, 2 big names fallen to The Fiend. Seth would defend his title against Braun, just as he did at the show, and we would have the same finish with Rollins getting the win. But this time after Rollins celebrates, Strowman is in the ring and slowly gets to his feet, standing ovation from the crowd, and as he’s taking in the adulation, that’s when The Fiend attacks Strowman. Having heroically come up short in his match for the Universal title, Clash of Champions goes off the air with The Fiend standing tall over the fallen Monster Among Men.

I would then have The Fiend and Braun go into a feud. The Fiend would beat Strowman in a regular singles match at the Hell In A Cell PPV, and he would win, but with Braun giving The Fiend more of a match than either Kane or Balor did before him. After this, there would be a rematch at the Crown Jewel PPV soon after. This time it would be some form of wacky gimmick match, maybe a falls count anywhere or last man standing maybe? But again The Fiend would win in a war. Again we continue to give The Fiend big match wins over well established names, whilst also protecting his gimmick by keeping the matches either one-sided, short or gimmick matches. I would also keep up with the FireFly Fun House segments every now and then, those were always great fun I felt, and really helped the feuds that The Fiend/Wyatt were in.

Then, as he did so in real life, The Fiend would move over to a new home…

Immediately after moving over to the blue brand, The Fiend would quickly be met by one of Bray Wyatt’s biggest enemies. In fact, Probably the opponent that gave Bray Wyatt (and The Fiend as it turned out) his best matches…

Given he was still in his tweener phase at this time, I feel it would make most sense to back up his persona, if The Fiend made his big entrance, and then it was that Daniel Bryan would come down and make the challenge. And then as it was, Survivor Series and these two would have an absolute banger. The story being Bryan almost giving in and turning back to the light side, inspired by the Yes chants of the crowd, but ultimately coming up short against the monster. After this I would do the same sort of thing they did in real life, with Bryan cutting a passionate promo on the next SmackDown and wanting a shot at The Fiend once again… and just as in real life I would have The Fiend ‘drag him to hell’, whilst also tearing off his own keep sake…

In that go-between period, the one where Bray Wyatt had a pretty underwhelming feud with The Miz, I would have The Fiend take on Kofi Kingston instead. This would both go along with the theme of The Fiend facing past opponents of Bray Wyatt (The Wyatt Family and The New Day feuded in the past), but also it would give Kingston a big time feud in the immediate aftermath of his tragic WWE Title loss to Brock Lesnar. Kingston would lose again to The Fiend, but I’d be sure to give him plenty of hope spots in the match, similar to that of Bryan in the Survivor Series match. In another slight difference to what actually happened, instead of Bryan making his return after Wyatt’s match at the TLC PPV, I would save that for the next SmackDown.

During the New Day/Wyatt Family feud, it was a theme that Xavier Woods was scared of their opponents and their crepiness. And so here, as Woods was out injured at this time, I would have Kingston come out on the SmackDown after TLC, cutting a typically good babyface promo about how he was down on his luck but would soon turn it around. Then I would have his New Day teammates Big E, and a returning Woods try to motivate Kingston. And just as things looked to be on a positive again, that’s when I’d have The Fiend come out. I would have him take down Kingston, and then really go at Big E. Maybe have The Fiend put him through a table, then the announce table, have E thrown off the stage area maybe? Something that would explain Big E being out for some period of time… and then with Kingston and Big E disposed of, The Fiend would turn back to Xavier Woods. The still injured Woods, all alone and in a no-win situation… and that is when I would have Bryan make his return, buzz-cut and all, to set the scene for their rematch.

Again I would keep the second Bryan vs Fiend match the exact same as in real life, the one alteration of course being it wasn’t for the Universal Championship…

The best match The Fiend ever had. So why change it?

Next up… well, if I’m unsure about any of my RE-booking of The Fiend, it’s this next bit.

I’ll keep it short, but instead of Goldberg vs The Fiend at Super ShowDown… I’m going to do The Fiend, vs the one opponent I always wanted for The Fiend, but didn’t get.

I’m not sure I would do a proper match, but in some way, shape or form, I would do The Fiend vs The Undertaker. I feel like you need to make Taker vulnerable going into his feud with AJ Styles, if we are indeed stripping back The Undertaker gimmick on the way out. And on the other side, given what The Fiend is going to do at WrestleMania, I think getting the better of The Undertaker is the perfect Segway into that… You could set all this up with Funhouse segments, and maybe have one face to face of The Fiend and The Undertaker on the final US SmackDown show before the PPV, just to give fans that visual. Challenge accepted, and maybe a few if any words would be needed at that point. But of course The Fiend would win, and then he moves on and then after AJ Styles and co capitalise on a weakened Phenom leading to their own Mania match.

As for WrestleMania, keep it all the same once again. John Cena. Funhouse match. Keep all the segments they did and Cena’s “shoot” promos and stuff, because I FUCKING LOVED the build to their match, I thought it was some of Cena’s best WWE work for years. And it righted many of the wrongs from the previous John Cena/Bray Wyatt feud.

Coming out of WrestleMania, this is when I would revisit the feud with Big E. I’d have him return to confront The Fiend, get him all fired up, and like nobody before him, really step up and bring the fight. The ensuing feud I would have get really, really personal. I’d go as far as you could in all aspects, have Wyatt mention E’s failure to get into the NFL maybe? Bring Kaitlyn up even? Dolph Ziggler? The 5 count? Whatever, but really have The Fiend/Bray get into Big E’s head. In the absence of fans and a live crowd, you need to find new ways to make things interesting in my opinion. I would do one match with BRAY WYATT and Big E at Money In The Bank, where I would have Big E be so aggressive and unlike his usual happy-go-lucky self, that he actually gets DQ’d. And then for their return match I would do a version of the Wyatt Swamp Fight they did with Wyatt and Braun, only…well I’d do a better one… and Wyatt would emerge as the victor.

After the Big E feud was done, I would have a Firefly Funhouse segment that ends with Wyatt saying “People may think that a story is over. But it is only over, once he says it is…”…

And from there, I would go into a feud with Braun Strowman once again. But with a few differences to their actual 2021 feud. No Universal title for Strowman at this time, and instead we have Braun appearing on a Moment Of Bliss with his good friend Alexa. She would be asking him about what was next after he lost his Universal Championship (he could win it at Mania maybe, but he wouldn’t be champion by the time this feud began either way…). And here I would have the lights go down, The Fiend take down Braun, leaving Bliss on her own…

I’d kind of do what they did here, with Braun trying to shun Bliss in order to both protect her from The Fiend, but also to show he had no weak spot. Only I would have Alexa resent Braun for this, she had done nothing wrong really other than be Braun’s friend. But The Fiend, as he does with so many… changes people… as he would do with Bliss here too…

So The Fiend vs Braun Strowman at MY SummerSlam wouldn’t be for the Universal title and wouldn’t go on last and wouldn’t be a fucking nuts street fight. But it would have a shocking aftermath… The Fiend would still win, but it’s here I would begin the Bliss-Fiend alliance, with Alexa showing up and instead of comforting a beaten Strowman, she would instead stand side by side with The Fiend.

At Payback, Braun vs Fiend again. Fiend wins again, and now the real darker version of Alexa Bliss that we came to know would really come to be. Maybe even have Braun vs Fiend at Payback be another Funhouse match? But as long as you had Fiend win, and Dark Bliss show up, that’s all good with me.

In the autumn and early winter time, I would just have the budding partnership of Bliss and Fiend cause utter carnage. Just have them beat up and batter everyone they can, chaos on every show everywhere they go. The Fiend wouldn’t wrestle, and if Bliss did it would only be infrequently. We can have the odd Funhouse segment where we see the OTT-happy alter-ego’s tell us all that everything is great.

On the other hand, The Fiend and Bliss would destroy everyone that got in their way. And once SmackDown had had enough, The Fiend and Alexa Bliss would indeed, as was really the case, be drafted over to Monday Night Raw.

OK so… I’m going to keep it. I’m going to have Fiend and Bliss go after Randy Orton once they get to Raw.

Orton would of lost the WWE title back to Drew McIntyre by the time we get to the TLC 2020 PPV. And yes, Please forgive me, but I’m going to keep the whole ‘The Fiend gets BURNED ALIVE’ thing. I actually thought it was quite cool, I just think the return wasn’t handled or concluded properly, and it’s that aspect which makes people look back at this whole thing in not a good way.

Naturally, Alexa Bliss in the weeks after this would be crushed. Totally and utterly lost of purpose and direction. Without her guiding… monster… Bliss has nobody to follow and nobody to share her passion for destruction with. but as she did in real life, she soon starts getting a little more cheerful. I would totally alter the segments themselves in this time, because some of this stuff was so goofy and just bullshit. Her tongue getting really long? Yeah we don’t need that. Just have Bliss cut backstage promos, have the scary music they used in the early Bray Wyatt teaser vignettes after Mania 35, maybe have her wondering around the Funhouse, where she speaks to the various characters and they too are all upset. I think I would come up with a way to have one of the puppets give Bliss the word that… HE… was coming back. But also I would make it clear that Orton was the target… And then over time, start having the puppets, and Bliss herself start haunting Orton. Backstage they show up where he does, when Randy is wrestling they can appear at ringside, and then Bliss herself can start showing up and cutting ominous promos, warning Randy of the impending doom. At Fastlane, where they in real time did Orton vs Bliss, I think I would either do Orton vs somebody else, or just do something where Orton is going to confront Bliss. But the conclusion would be the same…

Going in to WrestleMania season, I would have this dark, Fiend-led version of Alexa Bliss become the number 1 contender for the Raw Women’s Championship. Whilst I would also have The Fiend and Orton build for their WrestleMania match be somewhat the same as it was.

So at the showcase of the Immortals, night 1 Alexa Bliss (with The Fiend by her side), has a mega entrance. All the lights and showmanship that The Fiend entrance had, and the theme of the match is that the champion Asuka is distracted and pretty much terrified by the presence by The Fiend. This would lead to Bliss winning the title, and the first half of this evil duo’s plans to dominate WWE is complete.

Night 2 begins as we did in reality as well. The Fiend, and his jack-in-the-box entrance, against Randy Orton. But guess what? THE FIEND ACTUALLY WINS! The Fiend and Alexa Bliss, still together, and collecting Ws.

Coming off the back of WrestleMania, I would have Alexa retain the Raw Women’s Championship in a 4 way with Rhea Ripley, Charlotte Flair and former champion Asuka (similar to the 3 way they actually did) at WrestleMania Backlash. Meanwhile, with The Fiend having taken down everyone in his sights there was just one thing left. Gold… I would have Bray Wyatt do a Funhouse segment where he teases going after the WWE Championship. I’d then have Bliss do her thing as Raw Women’s Champion, The Fiend making appearances with her every now and then… before we go to the Hell In A Cell PPV where Bobby Lashley would retain against Drew McIntyre. And then as The Almighty is celebrating in the ring…

I would make sure in the build up to this match, that Bobby and The Fiend didn’t once touch. These are two seemingly-unbeatable monsters. You want to build this up as a true clash of titans, sure you can have Lashley cut all the fiery promos you want, maybe have him demolish a few people in singles matches in the lead-up, and have Bray and Alexa do their thing in the Funhouse to try and get inside his head… But by the time we get to Money In The Bank, and we have The Fiend vs Bobby Lashley for the WWE title, I want this to be a match people just can’t wait to see!

I’m not quite sure what, but I would have this just be so chaotic that we do a non-finish. If both men come flying off the stage area, or they brawl and get counted out and just don’t stop fighting, or even if you do some weird gimmick with the lights and the spooky stuff The Fiend was known for (I’d try and avoid this if needs be). But somehow we would come out of this match with The Fiend having not been beaten, but Bobby Lashley still as WWE Champion. But one element I would like to add to this, which is CRUCIAL for this and the rest of the story of how I would rebook The Fiend, and is ultimately what would prove to be The Fiend’s downfall. As it was in real life, but this way I think it would be explained and justified in a much better way.

After the match between The Fiend and Lashley, Bobby’s manager MVP would confront Bliss, furious at what had unfolded. Bliss would do a demonic and crazed laugh, but MVP would tell her in no uncertain terms that he and Bobby Lashley would do ANYTHING to keep the WWE Championship. And so over the next few weeks, Lashley and MVP start to focus more on Bliss, noticing that The Fiend can’t go after Lashley and the title to full effect whilst he is thinking of Bliss. And so MVP and Lashley “hire” Charlotte Flair to take out Alexa Bliss. Over the next few Raws we see The Fiend getting the better of MVP and Lashley, before the titantron shows Charlotte attacking Bliss, thus distracting The Fiend and allowing Lashley to hit a spear and really put a beating on The Fiend. For the first time The Fiend has been gotten the better of. The week after the tables are turned, this time Bliss is in action (not accompanied by The Fiend) and when asked earlier in the show about him during a backstage interview, she had no answer. Bliss wins her singles match, with Charlotte on commentary, but after the titantron shows MVP and Lashley in the FireFly Funhouse, tearing it all to pieces, and once Bray Wyatt appears, Lashley and MVP make their exit. Wyatt and Bliss appear on the go home Raw inside the Funhouse and both seem very down, we can see the funhouse is ripped apart, and the puppets appear torn apart also. But only one remains… Rambling Rabbit. He is the one who reminds Wyatt and Bliss who they are, and if they need a friend, they know who to count on… both have smirks on their faces, ominous music plays, before they both transform into their darker personas, Dark Alexa and The Fiend.

But SummerSlam comes around, and Charlotte Flair beats Alexa Bliss to win the Raw Women’s Championship.

And…

BOBBY LASHLEY BEATS THE FIEND TO RETAIN THE WWE CHAMPIONSHIP! Why not give The Fiend rub to someone who could do with it? Not Roman Reigns or a Brock Lesnar type, but if you keep someone unbeaten for TWO YEARS, the guy who beats him and the place it happens is going to be such a huge occasion. And also if Big E is to beat Lashley for the title with the cash in some months after, it makes that win even bigger, given Lashley was also the one to beat The Fiend.

After this, I would have Alexa Bliss not appear for some time. I know she did take a break from WWE TV for some time and I think it was after the Extreme Rules PPV that was later in this year, so maybe you could have the Charlotte match they did at that show, and then she goes away for a while and we go from there. But Bliss will go in somewhat of a downward spiral because she feels abandoned, and that all hope has gone and she has now direction or nowhere to turn. And I’d have this the case because…

I would have Bray appear on the Raw after SummerSlam, and I would make this Funhouse segment very similar to that of the Raw after Mania this same year. Only it wouldn’t be about how Bliss had turned his back on him, but more how all good things must come to an end. I don’t feel you need to do a dramatic split, because that would make it more viable for them to do something like what is happening on WWE TV today where they continue to tease a reunion. By leaving things open ended between the two, you leave open the possibility they could one day reunite.

(so imagine similar to this, but more about how The Fiend is gone and he lost, and that him and Bliss need to go their own way now, as opposed to Bliss turning his back on him)

And that would be that. That’s how I would of done the run of The Fiend. This way I feel is… well… much better than they really did. This way The Fiend would be remembered as a monster who took apart everyone in his path, and even when people got the better of him (with Orton) he came back and ended things on top, before he moved on to the next victim. And then once he lost, he was gone. Because for me, The Fiend simply can’t lose. If he loses he loses that aura. And the one time he did lose to Orton he had to be BURNT ALIVE… And even then he came back! And also no need to put a world title on him at any point, my word if any gimmick doesn’t need a world title its The Fiend.

So I hope you all liked this. I will possibly look at doing more of these, I have a few ideas, but any feedback (or suggestions for other subjects) would be much appreciated. I absolutely love The Fiend, and I hope I did it justice.

Josh.

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