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The Krockman: part 22
What may have been only a few weeks in the mortal realm felt like several months in Limbo, and Emily and the others made the most of it. Ever since Emily had agreed to Bob “the Blob” McQueen’s idea of turning False Orchard into a hotel, she had been busy. Every day, she would go out into the wasteland, walk up to the first person she could find (be they a lost soul, a scrap, or even a feral), and she would convince them to work for her. Her methods would vary from person to person, she would be motherly towards scraps, flirtatious with lost souls, and threatening towards ferals. However, no matter she was negotiating with, s
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The Krockman: part 21
Back in Seattle, Chelsea, Lana, and Roquella were hanging out at a bar, eagerly awaiting the barkeep. “Thanks again for inviting us out for your party Roquella,” Chelsea said excitedly. “It’s been awhile since me and Lana went out for girls’ night.” “Really?” Roquella asked in a surprised tone. “What about with Emily? You guys never had a girl’s night out?” Shrugging her shoulders, Chelsea replied, “Well we were planning one when Emily and Chad broke up, but then Krockman... well, you know.” Looking a bit awkward for moment, Roquella only replied in a sheepish tone,
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DND Character Race: Gamlits
There are certain beings in the world who love for the thrill of gathering treasure, dragons, beholders, goblins and such. Then there are the gamlits, a race who live, thrive, and die by the very concept of profit. Describe as having both reptilian and avian features, the gamlits view existence itself as one big business, doing what they can to earn more gold. While gamlits primarily reside in floating cities high up in the clouds, a few individuals have been known to venture down to the world below in search of fame and wealth. History Not much is known about the gamlits or where they came from, but based on their advanced technology, it&#
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The Krockman: part 20
After the D&D kerfuffle, Krockman was sitting across from the the mysterious psychiatrist at the kitchen table. Dr. Olan stared at Krockman, a look of curiosity on his face. “Soooooooo, uhh... Dr. Olan, was it?” Krockman asked halfheartedly. “Roquella says you’re a psychiatrist and a paranormal investigator. How does that work?” “Well it isn’t that hard to believe really,” Dr. Olan said in reply. “Being a paranormal investigator is more of a hobby if anything, but when I do investigate, I like to test every possible theory surrounding the subject. That way, I’m capable of forming
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DND: Drok Thief
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DND Character Race: Kunaba
The kunaba are a nomadic race that wander through the Scorched Lands, a long stretch of desert in the eastern side of Kazunek. Stubborn and belligerent, they often keep to their own tribes out in the Scorched Lands, keeping far from “civilized” societies. However, every now and then, individual Kunabas will be forced by circumstances (either tragedy or exile) to leave their homeland, and seek solace in the city. History One of the original races of Kazunek, no one is certain where the kunaba came from. There are many rumors, ranging from them being descendants of a once prosperous empire that had long since fallen to ruin to bei
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The Krockman: part 19
In a small town in Southern California, a teenage girl was sobbing in her bed. The nerdy girl, Sam, had an awful day that day, having been treated like crap the whole time by the popular girl, Charlotte. However, the strangest thing was that just this morning, the two girls were in completely different positions. As far as Sam could remember, she was the popular one and Charlotte was the dork. It all started earlier that day, when Sam and her friends were hanging out at the mall. Her memories of herself were vague and hazy, but she remembered having dark skin (probably a spray tan), long, straight blonde hair, perfect vision, perfect teeth,
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The Krockman: part 18
In a subpar bistro in Seattle, Chelsea was busily preparing a steak for a customer. Having spent a few years in culinary school, Chelsea had high hopes when she moved to Seattle. Of course, she did not expect to end up working in what could only be described as an upscale greasy spoon with greasier clientele. If anything, she was really hoping to open her own restaurant, or perhaps a bakery. For now though, she was simply one of the chefs at a subpar bistro in Seattle. As she was placing a sprig of parsley on the steak, Chelsea heard one of the waiters call out to her, saying, “Hey Langly! You got another whiner who wants to speak with
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The Krockman: part 22
What may have been only a few weeks in the mortal realm felt like several months in Limbo, and Emily and the others made the most of it. Ever since Emily had agreed to Bob “the Blob” McQueen’s idea of turning False Orchard into a hotel, she had been busy. Every day, she would go out into the wasteland, walk up to the first person she could find (be they a lost soul, a scrap, or even a feral), and she would convince them to work for her. Her methods would vary from person to person, she would be motherly towards scraps, flirtatious with lost souls, and threatening towards ferals. However, no matter she was negotiating with, s
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The Krockman: part 21
Back in Seattle, Chelsea, Lana, and Roquella were hanging out at a bar, eagerly awaiting the barkeep. “Thanks again for inviting us out for your party Roquella,” Chelsea said excitedly. “It’s been awhile since me and Lana went out for girls’ night.” “Really?” Roquella asked in a surprised tone. “What about with Emily? You guys never had a girl’s night out?” Shrugging her shoulders, Chelsea replied, “Well we were planning one when Emily and Chad broke up, but then Krockman... well, you know.” Looking a bit awkward for moment, Roquella only replied in a sheepish tone,
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DND Character Race: Gamlits
There are certain beings in the world who love for the thrill of gathering treasure, dragons, beholders, goblins and such. Then there are the gamlits, a race who live, thrive, and die by the very concept of profit. Describe as having both reptilian and avian features, the gamlits view existence itself as one big business, doing what they can to earn more gold. While gamlits primarily reside in floating cities high up in the clouds, a few individuals have been known to venture down to the world below in search of fame and wealth. History Not much is known about the gamlits or where they came from, but based on their advanced technology, it&#
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The Krockman: part 20
After the D&D kerfuffle, Krockman was sitting across from the the mysterious psychiatrist at the kitchen table. Dr. Olan stared at Krockman, a look of curiosity on his face. “Soooooooo, uhh... Dr. Olan, was it?” Krockman asked halfheartedly. “Roquella says you’re a psychiatrist and a paranormal investigator. How does that work?” “Well it isn’t that hard to believe really,” Dr. Olan said in reply. “Being a paranormal investigator is more of a hobby if anything, but when I do investigate, I like to test every possible theory surrounding the subject. That way, I’m capable of forming
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Tanooka Joe
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DND: Drok Thief
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DND Character Race: Kunaba
The kunaba are a nomadic race that wander through the Scorched Lands, a long stretch of desert in the eastern side of Kazunek. Stubborn and belligerent, they often keep to their own tribes out in the Scorched Lands, keeping far from “civilized” societies. However, every now and then, individual Kunabas will be forced by circumstances (either tragedy or exile) to leave their homeland, and seek solace in the city. History One of the original races of Kazunek, no one is certain where the kunaba came from. There are many rumors, ranging from them being descendants of a once prosperous empire that had long since fallen to ruin to bei
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The Krockman: part 19
In a small town in Southern California, a teenage girl was sobbing in her bed. The nerdy girl, Sam, had an awful day that day, having been treated like crap the whole time by the popular girl, Charlotte. However, the strangest thing was that just this morning, the two girls were in completely different positions. As far as Sam could remember, she was the popular one and Charlotte was the dork. It all started earlier that day, when Sam and her friends were hanging out at the mall. Her memories of herself were vague and hazy, but she remembered having dark skin (probably a spray tan), long, straight blonde hair, perfect vision, perfect teeth,
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The Krockman: part 18
In a subpar bistro in Seattle, Chelsea was busily preparing a steak for a customer. Having spent a few years in culinary school, Chelsea had high hopes when she moved to Seattle. Of course, she did not expect to end up working in what could only be described as an upscale greasy spoon with greasier clientele. If anything, she was really hoping to open her own restaurant, or perhaps a bakery. For now though, she was simply one of the chefs at a subpar bistro in Seattle. As she was placing a sprig of parsley on the steak, Chelsea heard one of the waiters call out to her, saying, “Hey Langly! You got another whiner who wants to speak with
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Sinoalice: the Worst Tale (dream list)
In my last journal entry, I talked about Revolve8: Episodic Dueling, a fairytale themed mobile game that’s... kind of hitting a rough patch, though this is mostly due to the fact that operations for the game are being transferred from SEGA to Mynet games (which won’t be in full effect until August 19). Now, I’m going to talk about another fairytale themed mobile game, only with a much darker tone. I am, of course, referring to Sinoalice, which was the brainchild of Pokelabo, Square Enix, and the master of existential mind fuckery himself, Yoko Taro (aka, the guy who gave us Drakengard and the Nier series). If any of you are
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Revolve8: Episodic Dueling (dream list)
A few months ago, Sega released what is quite possibly one of the best pvp tower defense games I’ve ever played: Revolve8: Episodic Dueling. I’ve had this game since it was first released and let me tell you something, I have loved it ever since I saw the first trailer for it. The game takes place in the land of Imago, a place where literary characters live, and every hundred years, these characters duke it out in a battle royale; where the winner gets a chance to change their destiny. I’d like to point out that these literary characters are a lot more bizarre than their usual depictions, including social media star Little R
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Pokemon Sword and Shield: predictions
This is a little late, but here it is. Finally, after over a year of waiting, we finally have news about the eighth generation of Pokemon, and good lord, we have so much to work with. Set in the UK inspired Galar region, Gen 8 is set to be the largest region yet. It also features the return of Pokemon gyms after Gen 7’s trials. Of course, I’m not here to talk about the region itself. I’m here to make Pokemon predictions. Let’s get started, shall we? Grookey: The grass starter of Gen 8, grookey is an adorable monkey wielding a stick and a very odd sounding name. Seriously, that name doesn’t really roll off the to
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Black-God-Chernabog|Hobbyist Digital Artist
boba THANKS by Black-God-Chernabog  
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Thanks for the watch!
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Thanks for the watch!
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Thank you so much for all the favorites! 
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Hey, I just saw your Monstober stuff, and I’ve got to say: I’ve always felt that the monster(s) is/are the most important and interesting part of any story, no matter the medium. And I think your October pieces capture this exceptionally! I just have 2 questions: did you know about the OTHER creatures of Oz and Wonderland? And are you going to draw pictures of the monsters you described?
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Thank you very much. I did know about the other creatures of Oz and Wonderland, but most of them are more or less mundane mythical creatures (like the gryphon from Alice in Wonderland), already have their own detailed lore (like the flying monkeys of Oz), or are just so weird and original, it’d seem criminal to try and change them (basically any lesser known creatures from the Wizard of Oz).
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Happy birthday!
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