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W, from Arknights. A Sarkaz mercenary and one of the big names in Reunion Movement. She commands a detachment of Sarkaz mercs and uses explosives in combat.
While initially appearing as a stock Cute and Psycho villain at first, the story establish that she's not entirely on Reunion side (case in point, she basically goaded another Reunion leader into his death seemingly just for kicks). Darknights Memoir eventually reveals that she's actually part of Babel, the predecessor organization of Rhodes Island (which is the Player Character's faction), and is currently working as a double agent in Reunion in order to take revenge on one of their sponsors (who happens to be the last Sarkaz royalty after assassinating her sister who, in turn, was the leader of Babel and a person whom W greatly admired. It's kinda complicated).
One funny trivia about W is that her design actually originated in Girls' Frontline. Allegedly she was supposed to be Mk 18 Mod 0, the sixth member of AR Team, but she was eventually cut during development. She still carries (and, in her playable form, uses) a Mk 18 carbine in her Arknights incarnation.
Ever since she became a pony, 6k1 and Power have been imagining what the former would look like in the◊ latter's◊ clothes.◊
And here's Dorothy Ann, the bookish one of the class! She's happy to keep this chick with Arnold after it hatched.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on May 14th 2020 at 2:37:23 AM
A picture of a turtle and hedgehog, which i drew earlier this day. Do they look familiar to you?
Edited by Oggy123 on Apr 28th 2020 at 11:02:01 PM
i drew sideshow bob from the simpsons in a tuxedo holding a wine glass
This is the mask of Poor Edward, The Heavy of the Fallen London Ambition: Light Fingers. It can be gained later in the storyline right towards the end by performing certain actions.
A rough draft of a new OC of mine. He's G.C., an Ax-Crazy Killer Robot with a cruel sense of humor. As for his name, he's actually named after Detective GC as an act of spite by his creators as the Detective stood in their way once. As for what his name stands for, it's Genocide Calculated. That doesn't mean he seeks genocide as his top priority, it means that he calculates the odd of genocide being a good option for any problem that arises that involves living beings. So yeah, all of that is part of his programming. He was given enough free will to develop a personality of his won though, and as such he decided to be a sadist towards who he targets. The reason why his armor is in gold and silver colors is because he was designed to be the ultimate killing machine of his creators. Those teeth aren't for show either, he's crazy enough to actually use them to rip you to shreds.
Comparison-wise, think The Joker's sense of humor in Ultron's durable robot body.
Course based on his name he's basically my first evil Author Avatar stand-in I can use in certain forum games.
It's the new version of Temp!
...who is gonna get nominated as a reserve for Hunger Games tonight probably not
Edited by Routeferret on Apr 30th 2020 at 11:08:42 AM
Always been Silver the Hedgehog. I like Silver the Hedgehog.
A gijinka form of Eliza Margolis, one of my characters in We Have All Become Pokémon. Eliza's a Tsareena working for an infamous mafioso under the threat of her sisters being turned into food. She's the daughter of a famous fighter, the Emerald Queen, who got her leg crippled by said mafioso when he was also a fighter. The reason she continues to work is that she can undermine his operation and bring the mafioso down. She has a strong will, a fiery spirit (despite the type), and a strong sense of justice. She's also a bit of a ham, but she doesn't always show it. Although it's not depicted, she has a necklace of a feathery arrowhead; a reminder of the Decidueye that saved her life in a break turned into a quest to stop a crazed enchantress. Art work done by Black Mage Anolis.
See that tidbit on the pagetopper about W being an unused design from Girls' Frontline? Well, here she is with someone who would have been her sister, M4 SOPMOD II. Besides their design similarities, both SOP II and W are fiercely loyal to the people they admire, have skills that make use of explosives, and tend to revel in the carnage they cause.
And, uh, about the filename, both MICA Team (developers of GFL) and HyperGryph (developers of AK) announced collaborations with Ubisoft literally hours within each other. While it's currently unclear what the collaborations will look like, some fans are rather hopeful that it will involve (indirect) crossover between GFL and AK.
Judy from Animal Crossing: New Horizons. She debuted in Pocket Camp, but that's not really a main game. She's the first Cub villager with the Snooty personality since Cupcake from the original Animal Crossing, but as Cupcake didn't return for New Horizons she's the only Snooty Cub in the game. She's apparently one of the most popular villagers and I wasn't even looking for her when I obtained her a few days ago, and my town isn't even full yet! I can see why she's popular due to her design (starry eyes and colorful fur) and I must admit she's now one of my favorite villagers now.
As a side note, Cubs in Animal Crossing seem to be a different species than Bears, so it's possible that Cubs are all adults given that they own their own homes. They could simply be naturally on the small side fully grown... which probably just makes them cuter. I don't know if any of the villagers have official ages or not as the only other Animal Crossing I owned is the original, but it seems to be a good guess to assume they're all adults.
Samuel "Jetstream Sam" Rodrigues, also known as Minuano within the Winds of Destruction, though that title is only used once, in his DLC. A Brazilian practicing Japanese swordsmanship with a converted Muramasa katana with a Puerto Rican accent, Samuel once fought for justice and also satiating his thirst for a fight. The events of Jetstream takes the former part out and jacks the latter up to eleven. He's also the only non-full body cyborg in the game, being able to beat a Metal Gear RAY converted by World Marshal in only a external exoskeleton and entirely 'human' capabilities. Then again, when you also spot a invisible chainsaw fast enough to react while it's also revving right past your face, 'human' is hardly the best descriptor.
Oh no, Azathoth is awake and all of existence is now doomed!
Just kidding, this version of him actually doesn't have the power of "waking up equals doomsday". This particular version of him is smart enough to actively take the role of Top God and be aware of all his surroundings. He's also the Final Boss.
Here's his theme from the game as it's awesome.
Edited by TheGamechanger on May 13th 2020 at 12:33:28 PM
Just watch this
This Twilight-themed tracksuit's a get-well gift from Pow-Pow's BFF after her performance in the last Nominator Games. To say that she was put through a wringer would be an understatement.
The title monster from the film Sea Beast, which doesn't have a work page on here.
This creature and its offspring are basically feral, aquatic versions of the Predator that resemble the Deep Ones. They're amphibious as while they're from the sea they can hunt on land, they have invisibility though eagle-eyed folk can make out their faint outline, acidic spit that can paralyze their prey and is toxic enough to kill if left untreated, a long tongue to hold their prey into place, and can climb trees and make huge several-yard leaps like it was nothing.
It's Kiryu. Made from the bones and DNA of the original Godzilla. And also metal and stuff.
Prax and Amos, an unlikely pairing of a refugee Botanist from a devastated food production colony and a ruthless killer who takes him under his wing and tries to help him find his kidnapped daughter.
That's an avatar of Mayuri Kurotsuchi from Bleach that Myskywarm shared to me per my request. IIRC, the Mayuri here is the one from the final arc of the Bleach manga
Power's parents, Fair Trial◊ and Soothing Heart.◊ The former's a strict but fun-loving father while the latter's a cheerful but clumsy mother. They both have demanding jobs (a law professor and a doctor, respectively), which is why Aunt Miranda raised Power for most of her foalhood. They still did their part in raising her, however.
In ASAS, Heart made a proper appearance in the last arc by visiting her daughter at the Recovery Room, while Trial has yet to make his.
fanart of pierre and djali from hunchback of notre dame/notre dame de paris, drawn by the very talented sealbatross on tumblr!! i haven't actually read the original hond book, as i'm more of a fan of the disney movie and the musical, but i loved the way pierre was drawn here too much to pass it up XD that and i love the designs this artist came up with and wanted to spread the love, eheh
Yeah if you haven't figured out B-movies are a guilty pleasure of mine. As a bunch of them I discovered to be on YouTube for free I'm having a blast lately. Anyways this is the alien from the film Heatstroke, another B-Movie that doesn't have a work page on here. As the motives of the alien spoils the plot I won't anything else about this alien over than it fits the Aliens Are Bastards trope and it kills people. The film had among the worst CG graphics from all the B-movies I watched in regards to CG monsters failing to blend/fit-in with the scene, but I still enjoyed the movie.
A Brazilian porcupine, one of the species of prehensile-tailed porcupine. I got the avatar because he baby.
Miranda in her outfit for Bale's party! It's the same dress that she wore to her daughter's wedding some six years ago. Also, her tail's tucked in.
Also, Heart's◊ dressed up as well. It's the same dress that she wore to her eldest daughter Five Star's wedding, also with her tail tucked in.
And as their filenames suggest, their dresses resemble those of Belle's and Aurora's, respectively.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on May 19th 2020 at 3:34:19 AM
Kiana Kaslana in control of her Herrscher powers as depicted in this piece by GR4CE-and-T0FFIE.
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