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Annie Taylor after being sent to jail for drink driving.
Three Christmas avvies in one!
These◊ two◊ new outfits of Power are Hearth's Warming gifts from Ichi! And this Ral◊ drawing's by SanzoLS!
This is Himeko Murata, teacher at St. Freya's and Major commander of Schicksal's Valkyrie Squad Fifth Platoon. Her circumstances have led to her having only one year left to live by the time of Honkai Impact 3rd's prologue, something that doesn't come naturally as she dies in Chapter 9.
Her battlesuit in this picture is Vermillion Knight, the Divine Key of Blankness. It's unique in that it is able to harvest the powers of the Herrscher core that is inserted into it, at a heavy cost to the user. Ironically, the core that powers Vermillion Knight, the Gem of Haste, belonged to the Previous Era's own Himeko, who had become the Herrscher of Flame, essentially meaning she's harvesting the power of herself.
Started watching Steven Universe recentlynote Why my bisexual ass didn't a long time ago, I don't know, and that show's a goldmine for hilarious freeze frames. Perfect for my cursed avatar gallery.
Edited by CustardAndPie on Dec 26th 2019 at 1:55:09 PM
It's just some art of Choroko I made. That's about it.
Plankton's wife, Karen, as she appears in The Spongebob Musical.
Okay, so, uh... meet Foxglove. These two avatars are a result of me looking for a good Foxglove pic that isn't from a lewd piece of fanart, but that's not important.
This cute pink bat here is a former servant of janitor-turned-aspiring witch Winifred (who is absolutely not to be called Freddie), who was her only "friend" for many years. Searching for magic-amplifying ingredients alongside a crotchety snake named Bud and his overly affectionate (if dimwitted) arachnid friend Lou, Foxglove is a Minion with an F in Evil and, all in all, a very friendly and down-to-earth gal.
When the Rescue Rangers come across one of Winifred's schemes, Foxglove falls in love with the childish chipmunk Dale and spends a good chunk of the episode flirting with him (which becomes a problem when she's outed as a spy for Winifred and ultimately prompts her to switch sides). She is notably able to carry a brick in mid-air, even though she mentions twice that bats can't really carry anything while flying.
One of the most popular characters in the fandom, enough to reappear in the Boom Comics installment as a major character.
Edited by arcada188 on Dec 27th 2019 at 2:23:43 PM
Hey hey, guess who won last HGS season! Also my last self-uploaded avatar of the decade. No wait...
It's this one. Actually that armor does come with a helmet, but I just wanna show her face.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Dec 30th 2019 at 2:47:45 AM
Blaze, one of the newly-introduced operators in Arknights. She's a high-ranking Rhodes Island operative who is most often seen in the frontlines. Blaze is impulsive and passionate to her cause, but also surprisingly thoughtful, especially when it comes to her teammates. Fittingly enough, her main weapon is a Chainsaw (that can be attached to a pole), and her magical talents allow her to heat gas at a specific area. Sounds a bit useless at first, until you realize she can boost her already-tremendous speed by expanding the air behind her, create an air current strong enough to defend against attacks, or even causing small-scale explosions by superheating compressed air.
Apparently she's an important character in Chapter 6 of Arknights' main story, but unfortunately most of it hasn't been translated yet.
My ponysona that I play as on Pony.Town. He has a backstory and everything, but his design went through several changes, including his Cutie Mark as I had no personal "talent" that I could call my Cutie Mark. Until a few days ago, that is.
Ball Monokuma because reasons. Mostly being that I have no sanity left.
And my first avatar of the decade is a new hoodie for Pow-Pow to make up for her leaving the S80 watch party because the Twilights died early.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Jan 4th 2020 at 2:56:29 AM
This is Yae Sakura, also from Honkai Impact 3rd. A miko of the Yae Village, born and most prominent in the 15th century. Her sister, Rin, was sacrificed by the people she swore to protect, and that underlying hatred came to a head when she met Kallen Kaslana, who brought a box that contained the Herrscher of Corruption.
Ultimately, while she did assist Kallen initially, the Herrscher manipulated her into allowing it to take control of her, forcing the rogue Kaslana to seal her away in that same box along with the Herrscher, within a Stigmata world, and made to relive her past for centuries afterward.
Sakura Samsara, however, centers around Kallen's future descendant, Kiana, entering the stigmata space and ultimately breaking the endless cycle, finally giving Sakura peace alongside the world's Kallen, for a time.
Its Side Story focuses on that peace being shaken up by Kallen suddenly leaving, and the subsequent discovery of a chibi-sized spirit she names Higokumaru. Together, they search for Kallen, and ultimately do find her, but converted into the guardian of the Honkai box, itself turned into the Divine Key Jizo Mitama. The 'Soul Throne' co-op raid focuses on their continued journey to both get the sword back and return Kallen to her original state, which succeeds.
In-game, most of her battlesuits are 'Soul-Awakened', meaning they cannot be deployed with another. In this case, she is not deployable with Raiden Mei as she makes a deal with the latter to manifest in the real world using her body.
Goushinnso Memento is, however, supposed to be a battlesuit from a in-universe videogame, Kallen Fantasy VII. Here, she is antagonized entirely as the villain, with Kallen serving as the valiant hero who defeats her. Otto Apocalypse is the one who ordered its development, and Otto...is a massive case of a Yandere.
GM is featured in the main story, however, inside the Sea of Quanta and subsequently a 'bubble universe'. Things do not go remotely as planned in there.
Emperor Palpatine and "Baby Yoda" (naturally not the real name, the baby just doesn't have one yet). This is just a composite image of the two, but I thought it looked nice. Just noticed I accidentally misspelled the file name when I saved it (you can see the mistake in the avatar's name) but oh well.
The mii of my character Casey being eaten by an extra spicy burger during a bossfight with said burger.
Papyrus◊, Sans◊, and Mettaton◊ as they appear in MinuteEarth, specifically, these videos.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Jan 13th 2020 at 7:09:15 PM
Zero-Three Lumberjack, a Steampunk-style robot from the defunct game Bang Howdy. He's one of the endgame bounties, with a reputation for offing anyone who goes after him. Supposedly, the Logging Robots note Basically a bunch of robots hell-bent on a massive defoliation campaign, for reasons never really elaborated on. built him to act as a leader to their forces. As I couldn't find a normal picture of him, this is what he looks like after you beat his missions and imprison him once and for all.
Here's Ammy Highwind shooting a camera. Okay, seriously, this is a custom Boss from Saints Row, coming off the heels of that one mission that has Kanye West's "Power" playing. The Boss...is not exactly very sane, to be put it lightly, though with each game they seem to get less insane and more quirky. Not a hero by any stretch at any point. They serve themselves and their friends, and the latter is a very short list.
Meet Mira and Ao, the protagonists of Asteroid in Love in an Affectionate Parody of Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy. The signature I've associated with this avvie is the first three lyrics of their show's opening theme (which is linked in the sig itself).
Pow-Pow in her Chris Evans-style Aran sweater. You know who made it for her.
And this is Silver Shill, who was hired by the Flim Flam Brothers to advertise their Miracle Curative Tonic, which they claimed could cure any disease, but was actually a placebo. After realizing that he was being dishonest with his marketing, Shill thanked Applejack for teaching him the value of honesty and gave her a rainbow bit, which was one of the keys to unlocking Rainbow Power.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Jan 26th 2020 at 12:17:56 AM
Megamix from Crash Bandicoot. He's a fusion of Neo Cortex, N. Gin, Tiny Tiger, and Dingodile. In the game he debuted in, he was created by accident thanks to Crash, which naturally none of his components were happy about. In Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled, his origin is different as it apparently has something to due with the post-apocalyptic wasteland his race course is from.
Anyways I liked his design and so decided to put him in my gallery. Also, I love his course's theme.
This is Shin Amon, the newest addition to the Amon clan of Yakuza fame, in his appearance in Yakuza: Like A Dragon.
A somewhat more reasonable fellow than the rest of his clan.
I'm going to cheat a little and do the second newest avatar, which is the newest one I uploaded myself.
Fiddle, from the 90's computer game Stay Tooned!. In the game, a bunch of rowdy toons escape from the protagonist's TV and start wreaking havoc around the house. There are 5 main toons that you have to capture to win the game. Fiddle is one of those five, but he's the only nice one. The others are mean and play dirty tricks to stop you to keep you from sending them back into the TV, but Fiddle wants to go back and tries to help you succeed.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Feb 1st 2020 at 1:05:29 PM
Aberforth Dumbledore, Albus's grumpy younger brother who's stuck in his shadow but cares deeply about their little sister Ariana. He may be Book Dumb, but he's sometimes shown to be wiser than Albus since the latter had his prideful moments in his youth. Also, Aberforth has a goat motif.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Feb 2nd 2020 at 2:24:35 AM
One of the international posters for Cars 2.
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