Aah there we go ;Dlol new username ( I finally got rid of that looong username.. Dunno why I picked it in the first place D; )More Like This
I had a long time deciding which username .. cos most usernames are taken . _ .
But I hope I don't come up wiff a better one than this LOLOL
So just to let my watchers know, my requests and point commissions are still OPEN O u O
I've been drawing random stuff and characters lol cos I'm currently not working on anything atm o3o'
Welp, I started school and I'm still trying to get use to it o-o
Been into typing/writing Japanese, yeeep cos my Japanese class *w*
I LOOOVE ITTTT O u O
My lunch is a bit early for me to be hungry and then I go home hungry ; ~ ;
AND PEOPLE, REAAAD KAMISAMA HAJIMEMASHITA O-O
-peer pressure- lolol jkjk I just love that manga though ;~ ;
And I really want more people desperately waiting for the anime to air this fall, okies?!?! xDDD
Oh and my laptop's battery completely died... So no more "fast" Internet loading and Elsword loading... o-e
Until I or
Please, Let Me Explain: Chpt 2For those following The Second Generation Begins:More Like This
This story takes place 2yrs after TSGB starts and contains a lot of major spoilers about Devon.
HOWEVER, while the backstory used in the story is spoiler-filled canon, the story itself is NOT canon.
IN THE KITCHEN
"Devon. Wake up." After a brief shaking of his shoulder, Devon awoke to a gentle voice. He rolled over and blinked; still a little hazy as he looked up. Once he registered that he was staring at the headmistress Katherine LeBeau, he bolted upright on his little cot.
"So you've all come to a decision then?" he asked. She nodded back at him and knelt down to take off his shackles. Devon rotated his wrists a few times before transforming to look exactly like his former captor. Katherine stared at herself for a second before she looked upon the faces of Devon's fellow Brotherhood converts Nyssa and Zeke, and then a somber looking Willow sat in front of her. Finally
Rare Export: A Different Kind of Santa Claus StoryMore Like This
Rare Export: A Different Kind of Santa Claus Story
Hyvaa Joulua Merry Christmas by Emmendal
It’s almost Christmas.
Are you, like me, beginning to get a queasy feeling from all the saccharin and sugar in the holiday movies you’ve been incessantly watching since Thanksgiving?
You started with “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “Miracle on 34th Street,” hit your stride with Ralphie in