You are invited...

After years of coy banter and close encounters, Paragon City heroes Manticore and Sister Psyche will finally tie the knot on February 14th, 2008. (More details about the wedding are here.)

Their relationship was made official in the City of Heroes comic book's final issue, when Manticore fired a proposal-arrow to Sister Psyche and she eagerly said yes. Since then, the social circles had eagerly anticipated the wedding announcement.

Paragon Pundit, the Chronicle's newest reporter, interviewed several current and some former Paragon City residents about their reaction to the news.

Battlerock X (First Rikti War survivor, Omega Team): I don't remember much after the first invasion, but I do have some memories of those two before the war. Manitcore was always cocky and a bit of a horndog, but somehow he wasn't that way around Sister Psyche. Likewise, she wouldn't react the same way around him as she would if anyone else cast a stray thought about her outfit or her demeanor. If I wasn't already married, I probably would have given a few private thoughts of my own. Anyway, I'm glad those two are getting married.

J-Star (Guardians of Might): It's about time those two got hitched! I wonder if I'll get an invitation?

Herald Prime (Former physics professor): This news is meaningless. The discovery of THE PRIME is more important.

Lexie Lothora (former CEO of LexieTech, currently in Rogue Isles): It would be best if I said nothing.

Jen Glamour (former model, currently in Rogue Isles): It's not fair! Not her! Not that witch! Not after what she did to me to ruin my life! Her and J-Star! They ruined my life! She better make sure that ceremony is someplace safe!

T'Vrg (visiting mixed-species cyborg): I have researched these things called "weddings" and I have concluded that they are a waste of time.

Toxic Primadonna (former pop-star, currently in Rogue Isles): You know, I got married once. It was in Las Vegas, and I was SO DRUNK that I didn't even realize that I was doing it! By the way, where's MY invitation?

ReverendNeoCon (former talk show host, currently in exile in Rogue Isles): It's about time that those two did the right thing and got married! They've only been living in sin all this time, violating the laws of God and society. It's about time that they stopped denying the pull of the institution and succumbed to its mighty splendor. I would otherwise be welcome to officiate their union, however I am told that the liberalistas are looking for me and have plans to take me down if I show up there.

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