A short clip I've made to honor the great vixen Krystal, introduced to us from the Star Fox game series of Gamecube. It contains the certain poses of many official renders of Krystal made by Nintendo, but this time they consist a video, always respectfully to the great heroine of Lylat. Nevertheless it took me about a month to be done, I really enjoyed making this simple slideshow video, and I hope every Krystal's fan like this one too.
Let's help develop the Krystal's and the Star Fox's community online, in general.
Krystal Fox was firstly developed and rightfully belongs to Nintendo.
The Krystal's theme song was firstly composed by D.Wise for the Gamecube Videogame: Star Fox adventures and rightfully belongs to nintendo.
The Krystal Fox presented on your screen while watching this was firstly created by Charley Fox and converted for use in Poser by Littledragon. The Star Fox adventures version of it was created, modified and textured by Bigjim3D.
It was a gloomy morning. The dark belly of the sky was heavy with moisture. It spewed out rain in bitter waves, soaking everything in its foul temper. Water poured off of the rooftops and crashed into deep puddles below. Thin yellow grass bent underneath the opposing storm, trembling slightly in the downpour. The sidewalk was caked in fog, unable to escape the seeping coldness of the rain. Even the trees stooped to avoid enraged cracks of lightning that streaked across the sky, and easily snapped and scorched whatever stood against it. The streetlights remained an eerie warmth in the otherwise despairing scene. A few soaked moths clung hopelessly to the lamps, and would occasionally give up and drop into the flood below.
A group of children in brightly colored raincoats congregated around a gray bus stop sign. They chattered and laughed and howled like chimps. They were completely oblivious to the fierce downpour, save for shoving each other into the overflowing storm drains, and cackling as their companions shifted uncomfortably in their soaked sneakers.
One girl stood apart from the rest. She shuffled in her bulky white coat, watching the dark sky above her from underneath the safety of her umbrella. The rain made a steady pattern around her pale rain boots, a spiny circle of endless water.
The girl thought. Her thoughts matched the rhythm of the storm.
She had come to the conclusion that her life was a distant relative of these thunder storms that rumbled through the valley. A thick cloud of darkness and light that faded into itself before it gave way to searing jolts of light the tore through her psyche and singed her heart. An ever-present dankness that seeped through her skin. Sometimes she fancied herself as some sort of water spirit, watching out through white eyes into the world before it, feeling nothing but cool acceptance. More often, though, she just felt rather glum.
The sound of rushing water signaled the bus's arrival. It was painted the standard yellow, a color that made the girl flinch whenever she saw it during the summer months. The children in their bright raincoats pushed each other out of the way in their haste to enter the dry schoolbus. The girl hung back for just a moment, enough to ensure she would not need to bump into any of them. Then she, too, entered the belly of the humming vehicle.
A roar of noise entered the girl's ears as she left the rainstorm behind her. She silently sat in one of the front seats, which were always empty. While most children preferred sitting out of the driver's view, the girl felt much safer away from her peers. The screeches from the back of the bus only served to support this fear, and the girl sunk slightly in her seat, as if to hide from those behind her. She slid out of her white coat and placed it on the floor.
The rainstorm once again caught her attention, and she stared out the window. A melancholy face stared back. Gray-brown hair above sad brown eyes. The face seemed to looking elsewhere, away from the current world. The girl imagined that behind those sad eyes was a wonderland of rolling hills and soft breezes. A place where birds chirped and trees whispered their creaking songs. A far-away place, where thunderstorms would rumble in and water the tall grass with golden rain.
The girl smiled at the thought. For a moment, things felt alright. But her thoughts were interrupted by a snide voice in her ear.
"Hey, Emily." said a fattish boy. He wore clothes that appeared to be straight off the back of a teenage drug addict. His breath smelled vaguely of sulfur.
The girl shrunk back closer to the window. "What do you want?" she asked.
"I forgot to do the homework for science."
"I'm afraid I don't have it today, I forgot it at home..." Emily said slowly.
"Oh, that's too bad..." the boy said loudly, more to the bus driver than to Emily, before leaning closer to her. She could see the ugly pocks that marked his forehead. "Like hell you did," he hissed. "Where is that homework?"
Emily squirmed, wishing she could sink into the wall of the bus. "I told you, I don't have it".
The boy made a disgusted sort of sound, as if he could not believe such a lowly creature was trying to fight him. "Fine," he said finally. But something in his eyes made Emily wary. Before he turned to walk away, he stomped a muddy foot onto the lining of Emily's white coat. It made a terrible squelching noise. She reached for her coat and pulled it to her lap, before looking up sharply. She wanted to scream at the boy, at all of her classmates, but the boy had gone. The fire in her heart died down, and solidified into a heavy weight. She bit back tears and attempted to rub the mud out of the coat, only to spread it more.
The bus came screeching to a halt. The rain was a mad drumming on the roof of the bus, but it was still drowned out by the roar of the children. Emily hid behind her muddied coat as they stampeded by. Finally, feeling comfortable that they were a safe distance away, Emily stood up. She put on her coat inside-out, to keep the mud from ruining her dress, and picked up her backpack.
She stepped out of the bus. Her foot landed in deep water. A couple kids laughed in front of her. She felt humiliated, and she hadn't even reached the sidewalk. The bus rumbled off behind her, leaving her in the cold rain. Emily stared at the school, a dark shadow dominating the block. Threatening to crush all of its inhabitants. The bell rang, but it sounded distant and small compared to the roaring storm.
Emily stared and stared and stared. She felt the wind pushing her back where she had come from. The rain stung her arms. The inside of her coat was cold and wet. Her hair clung to her face, as if afraid the wind would sweep it away. She closed her eyes for a moment, and pictured the rolling hills. She took a deep breath.
Then she opened her umbrella and walked back home.
Hmmmm experimenting with Emily as a main character for Dreamworld. I'm thinking that's what I will go with.
Emily's dealings with bullies in the actual script will be much more subtle and subtexted. I don't like films that preach the bullying ideal, I find it much more impactful and truthful if the bullies don't do outlandish bully things.
For example, if I were to change this scene into film, I would simply show her look out the window, and then look back to see her coat ruined.
But as this was, I wanted to play with Em's character. Because I love her to bits and she's veryyyy interesting as a character. Emily is interesting because she believes quite strongly in following rules, but at the same time, if she reaches a breaking point, she will act rashly and go AGAINST her usual personality, although not necessarily in super outlandish ways (she wouldn't punch anyone...). I think she's also very self-reflective. I think at her age she feels at ends with her classmates, who all want to be 'grown-up' and get drunk and have girlfriends/boyfriends, and she misses pretending to be a puppy or something in Kindergarten. Then, her imagination was accepted and even rewarded. Now, imaginative acts are shunned (in her mind), as are emotional outbursts. She feels trapped, and unable to have an outlet for herself.
THUS COMES DREAMWORLD.
Basically she ends up looking for solace in her own mind. BUT her mind is corrupted by the outside worlds and influence of society.
You know what, I'm just going to make a journal for more explanation .xD
Princess Sally Acorn walked into her bedroom one evening with her arm wrapped around that of Sonic the Hedgehog. The two of them had recently been out on a date and had decided to end the night with a little private time together, and the princess couldn’t think of a better place than her bedroom. After shutting the door behind her, Sally turned her eyes to Sonic and said, “What do you say we make ourselves comfortable?” With that, Sonic kicked off his shoes while Sally slipped out of her boots and hung up her vest. She then held her arms out, allow Sonic to wrap his around Sally and kiss her. As they hugged and kissed, the two of them collapsed on top of Sally’s bed. Eventually the two broke their kiss and took a moment to look into each other’s eyes. Sally was lying down on the bed with her head against her pillow, and Sonic was positioned over her. He took up one hand and began to stroke her head. “Sally?” he said. “I don’t think there could be single thing about you that’s not to like.” “Oh Sonic,” Sally giggled. “I mean, just look at your face,” Sonic went on. “It’s got two big beautiful eyes to gaze into.” Sally blushed, making sure to keep her eyes open for him. “And on top of that incredible head of yours, in front of all this gorgeous hair, you’ve can two cute pointy ears to stroke,” said Sonic, as he scratched behind Sally’s ears. Sally just chuckled. She couldn’t tell if he was just being funny or romantic. Either way she quite liked it. “Right in the middle you’ve a got an adorable little nose to rub,” said Sonic, and began to rub his black, pointy nose against hers. Sally smiled and did the same to him. “And of course,” Sonic went on. “You’ve got a mouth with two lovely lips… to kiss!” And just like that, he lowered his face closer to Sally’s until their lips met. The two of them made out like they did earlier. At that moment, Sonic began to stroke his hand down Sally’s arm. Then he broke from their kiss and lifted her arm up in his hand. “Don’t think I forgot about you’re incredible arms,” he told her. “Each one with an elbow to link,” he said, linking his arm with hers at the elbow. “As well as elegant hand to hold,” Sonic went on, and put his hand in Sally’s while their arms were still linked. “Not to mention fingers to lock in with each other,” said Sonic. And without letting go of her hand, they both locked each other’s fingers together. Sally was blushing more and more with every passing moment. “Now let’s not forget about your two amazing legs,” said Sonic. And after letting go of Sally’s hand, he began to run his hand down her thigh. “In the centre of each one, you’ve got a strong pointy knee to feel,” said Sonic, as began to feel Sally’s knee. “And of course, you’ve got beautiful feet to rub,” Sonic went on. And just like he said, he began to rub Sally’s foot with both hands. Sally was blushing more than before, not just because of his cute talk, but also because to foot rub she was getting was nice and relaxing. “And last but not least… cute little toes to wiggle!” said Sonic. And just like that, he began to wiggle Sally’s toes. This made Sally blush even more, and even giggle with delight. She even began to wiggle the toes on her other foot at her own will. After three whole minutes of wiggling, Sonic let go of Sally’s toes, and just collapsed right beside her on the bed. “Oh Sonic,” Sally giggled once again, putting a hand on Sonic’s cheek. “You are one of a kind!” “Oh Sally,” Sonic giggled back at her. “I’m in love with every part of you.” And with that, the two lovers hugged and kissed one another once again.
The waters of Lake Hylia were always calm and undisturbed since the evil kings defeat. One evening though, the beautiful moon glistening water seemed to have a troubling feeling about it. Upstream in Zoras Domain, the water dwellers were sensing the deep thinking flowing in the current as the now King Ralis sat atop his throne at the top the waterfall.
He had his eyes gently closed, almost in a trance-like state of mind. He had his feet submerged in the mystic waters, atempting to find out exactley what was making the flow uneasy. The young ruler envisioned a young man clad in green. His mind sight wasn't as clear as it could have been, but anyone who knew the boy he had seen didn't need a clear picture to identify him. 'Link?' He thought to himself.
"Heeeyyy!!", The royal recognized the Deliverers shout immediatley after hearing it, as he was sure everyone else in Hyrule did as well. He trotted up to the aquatic boy in his usual fashion, but slipped on a small pool of water and face planted at Ralis' feet. He looked down shamefully at the clumsy man and, upon assuring himself the bony traveler was unharmed, received his delivery. The paper was sealed with the symbol of Hyrules royal family. This peaked his interest, as all the mail he usually got was from the people of Castle town asking for more pure water. Such requests insulted him. "The Princess said this is of the utmost importance and was to be shared with no person out side the Domain." the post informed him. "Well, off to mail!" The skinny man gave Ralis a goodbye salute, turned on his heel, and was off to continue his job. Although not before slipping and face planting over the same puddle and muttering something about a mop. This display caused one of the guards to almost burst out laughing inside his helmet.
Ralis snickered at his ordeal as well. "I hope they have a replacement in store for when he slips and falls over the waterfall." he inquired. He shook his head joyfully as he began to carefully open his important piece of parchment. As he began reading tension seemed to build in the throne room. Sweat formed on his scaley forehead and began to bead down his jawline. His usualy calm and contempt expression turned to worry and concern. The Zora guards at his sides even averted their attention from anything that might endanger their young King to the King himself. Regardless of Zeldas words of authority, Ralis knew there was one warrior who had to be informed of the situation.
(High above the atmosphere of Corneria is the Great Fox. Aboard the Dreadnaught in the leisure room, it's tea time. Krystal is content sipping at her english tea while nibbling away at english tea cookies. Then Fox dashes in, an excited look on his face.)
Krystal: (puts her tea down.) Ah, Fox. Glad to see you. Care to have some tea with me?
Fox: Krystal, check it out! I can fit a rocket launcher...in my PANTS!
Krystal: (Looks at him funny.) Or are you just happy to see me?
Fox: No, really! Look! (Takes out a rocket launcher straight from his pants.)
Krystal: Ohhhhh! (Claps her hands.) What else do you have hidden under there?
(Falco comes in.)
Falco: Did somebody say a rocket launcher? Cause it's mine!
(Fox and Krystal stare at Falco)
Fox: Falco, I thought you were preparing the fireburst pod...er, I mean, “special cake” for Peppy's retirement party.
Falco: (Scratches his head.) Mmm, well yeah. But Slippy started sucking on the helium balloons and I couldn't stand his girly voice anymore.
Fox: I wouldn't either. I prefer his puberty voice a lot more.
Krystal: And this isn't the first time Slippy's done crazy things. Anyone remember the incident where he went trigger happy with his new machine gun?
(Everyone looks back at the memory.)
Fox: (Shudders.) That's the last time we ever put caffeine in his orange juice again. (Beep Beep Beep)
Krystal: (Presses a button on the wall.) Yes?
Rob: Star Wolf is calling. Shall I ignore them?
Fox: (Groan) Dang it. What do they want this time? All right, let's hear it.
Wolf: (Wolf appears on some monitor.) Fox, you and your little friends come over here and fight us now!
Fox: (Shrugs) Um, okay. Why?
(Slippy comes in.)
Slippy: (humming to himself. He talks in a helium packed voice.) Woohoo! Is it time for a versus battle already? (His voice turns from High pitched to normal.)
Fox: Rob, where's their location?
Rob: The signal is coming from Corneria City.
Fox: Waitaminute...why can't they fly up with their Wolfens and attack us?
Wolf: Because that's not supposed to happen until Mission 8!
Fox: Okay...Slippy and Krystal, you guys come with me! Everyone else, stay here and ponder why there can only be four people in this fight.
Falco: (Mumbles) Stupid programmers.
(Fox, Krystal, and Slippy all fly to Corneria City. When they get out, they look around confused at the blaring music?)
Fox: Hey, where's that music coming from?
(Krystal and Fox look at Slippy.)
Slippy: (Sighs) Okay. I'll turn off the StarFox remix CD. (Goes to his Arwing and shuts it off.)
Fox: (looks around.) It's quiet.'
Krystal: (Holds up her blaster.) Too quiet. Where is everyone?
Slippy: Oh, no! (Falls to his knees and bangs the floor.) We're the last people on Corneria! How will we go on? How will we handle the loneliness?
Fox: There's only one thing we can do. Party like crazy!
(They suddenly go off and do all the things they couldn't do with authorities around...from eating tons of ice cream to water skiing with their arwings. Fox comes in with a landmaster tank and aims at his least favorite store.)
Krystal: You're going to destroy the Speeding Comet Toys?
Fox: Yeah! What have they ever done for me?! (Blows it to smithereens and laughs maniacally.)
Slippy: Hey, let's steal some towels at the Lunastone Hotels!
(Wolf comes in with Leon and Panther.)
Wolf: I can see you're all enjoying yourselves.
(Fox and the others turn around.)
Fox: What took you all so long? And what are those two doing here? They're not in versus mode!
Wolf: They're the rejected characters for versus mode.
Fox: Because everyone's unpopular but me, Krystal and Falco! (Raises his arms in the air) w00t!
Wolf: You'll pay for that! Eat this!(Throws a grenade at the them.)
Slippy: (Picks up the grenade) Mmmm! Grapefruit! (Swallows it whole and then blows up, Unfortunately, there's no blood and gore since it's a T-rated game.)
Fox: lol...uh, I mean...OMG, they killed Slippy! (Shakes fist at them) You bastards!
Slippy: I'm not dead!
Krystal: (Looks at him confused.) Oh? Then, they mortally wounded Slippy!
Slippy: I'm getting better!
Wolf: Will someone shut him up?
Slippy: I feel...happy! I feel...(Fox takes out his blaster and shoots him. Slippy dies and disappears.)
Fox: Haha! The point goes to me!
Panther: (Gets out his pimped out Wolfen and grins at Krystal.) Hey, Krystal. Wanna ride on my wing?
Krystal: (Swaying back and forth.) I'm strangely entranced by the rose on your wolfen.
Fox: (Gets angry.) That's it! Panther, you and I are gonna rumble!
Panther: Fine, but you're going to lose!
(Fox and panther fly in their ships and dish it out. Fox's ship gets destroyed and crashes into the city. Panther gets out of his ship and looks slyly at Fox.)
Panther: Looks like I win. (Points a blaster at him.) Any last words?
Fox: Yes. There's still one thing that can stop you. Behold! (Flashes out a mango.)
Panther: What? No, not the mango! Not the sweet and delicious fruit you just have to be crazy to hate! Oh, I give up. (Panther dies and disappears.)
Fox: Yahoo! I've got two points so I win. And to celebrate, mangoes for everybody!
(Later, aboard the Great Fox...everyone is celebrating Peppy's party while eating the irresistable mangoes at the same time.)
Falco: (Presses a button on the special cake. Goes up to Fox and whispers) Okay, Fox. The surprise is ready.
Fox: Great! Now let's bring Peppy in.
(Slippy comes in with bandages all over himself.)
Slippy: (Speaks all muffled.)
Fox: What's he saying?
Krystal: (Reads his mind and says) He says Peppy just died from choking on a mango seed.
Fox: What? But...then what was the point of all this?!
(Suddenly, the fireburst pod explodes with a huge stream of light in the air.)
Falco: Run away! Run away! (Everyone but Slippy gets a safe distance from the fireburst pod. Slippy draws closer to the fireburst pod.)
Krystal: Slippy, don't go into the light!
Slippy: I can't help it. It's so beautiful! (Suddenly the Grenades crash down and blow up Slippy T- rated style.) I'll see you all in the sequel!
Fox: OMG, we killed Slippy!
Falco: We're bastards!
Krystal: Hey, but there's good news!
Fox: What's that?
Krystal: I just saved hundreds of dollars on car insurance by switching to Geico!
(Fox and Falco stare at her.)
Geico announcer: Geico, a phone call now can save you 15% or more on car insurance.
This is for Starfox fans everywhere! As a token of my admiration to the Starfox series, I decided to make a little parody making fun of a few quirks here and there in the starfox series, especially Starfox Assault. For those of you who look at this and love it, tell some of your friends about it. It's not just a deviation for Deviants. It's for all who are big fans of Starfox!
The hardcore sound of a deep bass shook your ears as you sat down at the bar in your favorite club. You and your best friend decided to have some fun tonight after the two of you had been studying all week for your college exams.
You giggled and chatted, feeling really happy and surprisingly relaxed. You were wearing your favorite outfit - a jean miniskirt and a dark purple one-shouldered top. It seemed like the night couldn't get any better.
Your best friend stopped talking and laughed a bit just as you noticed three shadows fall over you. You swung your chair around and looked up at the three men looking down at you in a row.
One hot albino, one cute brunette, one handsome blonde.
The night just got better.
"Kesesesese~ Look guys! We found a hot one!" The albino laughed loudly.
You giggled a little. They looked like total dorks in their matching sparkly suits, but it fit somehow.
"Quite adorable, no?" The brunette smiled.
"Very pretty indeed. Ohonhonhon~" The blonde scared you a bit, to be honest.
"Ummm... Nice to meet you guys?" You said, leaning against the counter.
Your best friend winked at you then left, leaving you alone with the three strangers.
"Oh! How rude of us. Tsk tsk." The blonde shook his head, then pulled a rose out of thin air. "We didn't introduce ourselves. I am Francis."
"Tony~" The brunette chirped happily, which made you smile.
"THE AWESOME PRUSSIA! Wait, you can call me Gilbert." The albino smirked.
"Cool. I'm _____." You stood up from your chair and stretched. They watched you closely, making you slightly nervous.
"Um... Care to dance?" You asked, blushing.
"TOTALLY!" Prussia did a fistpump, while the other two just shrugged.
"What do you like to dance?"
You facepalmed. This wasn't going to work out. "I've got a better idea."
You pointed at Prussia. "Hip-hop?"
Then Spain. "Salsa?"
Lastly, France. "Slow dancing?"
"Alright, whatever." The three mumbled at once.
You grinned. They almost act like triplets~
The night went on, and you enjoyed dancing with all three of them. But, one of them stood out to you. The albino.
You danced the longest with Prussia. You moved your hips to the music and smiled when he put his hands on your waist. You thought his small blush was simply adorable.
"I-I like the way you m-move ______." He stuttered.
You just laughed and kept dancing with him.
After the music died down and it was early in the morning you just sat down and talked with them. They had all sorts of interesting situations.
"So, where are you guys from?" You squeaked as France pulled you onto his lap. "France." He whispered before passing you to Spain.
"Spain, of course~ The most beautiful country in Europe." Spain passed you to Prussia.
"Eh, you can say Prussia or Germany. But, just so you know, Prussia's much more AWESOME."
"Do you like that word? Awesome?" You smiled, staying on the albino's lap.
"Yes. It's AWESOME."
You laughed and stood up, grabbing your bag. "Hey, I gotta go. It's really late."
Spain and France frowned while Prussia stood up.
"I'm totally driving you home."
"I'm for that. Go ahead." You walked out, not noticing the winks the trio exchanged before Prussia followed you out.
"Thanks for driving me. You're really sweet." You smiled at Prussia then walked up to your apartment door, opening it.
"Ah, not problem." Prussia casually whistled and slipped into your house. "Nice place you got here, ______."
You rolled your eyes but couldn't help but smile. "Thanks. It's not much, honestly."
"Pfft- I don't care." He glanced down the hall, hands in pockets, then walked to your bedroom.
You followed a little uneasily.
He stopped right in front of the door and looked down at you with a grin. "Hey, ______?"
"I reallllllllyyyyy like you. A lot. We've only known each other for like, six hours but..." He gave you a kiss on the lips.
You were a little shocked, but you didn't even think about not kissing him back. Even though the two of you just met it really felt like you had known him forever.
He broke first and laughed. "Kesesesese, awesome!!"
You smiled mischievously. "Just get in the room, you big dork!"
"AWESOME! Am I getting that lap dance?" He snickered, his eyes flashing.
"Shut up." You giggled and closed the door behind you, locking it.