as you can see elly and ally both wear high level female armors....ah mmos XD
lisa played the game once.....juuuuuuust once.... that was the first and last attempt on ally's side to get her involved....
now for all the new visitors, tho this pic is safe for viewing my gallery is orientated around a nsfw comic which would be best described as an erotic romantic comedy that handles themes of sexuality and how it affects our lives and relationships. just so you know so you dont wander into my sea of monsters unprepaired
as for my wifes comic, it is safe foe work
you can see her comic here, enjoy if you havent already
I'm right there with Lisa.
I signed onto DCUO in February-- first crafting a male, emotionally damaged Star Sapphire and then a teen Amazo with a futuristic greaser look.* I created personalities, background and plausible reasons things like them could result from receiving infusions of Brainiac exobytes.
It drives other players nuts I won't farm, spam, join leagues, pay Daybreak Games for goodies or play other cynical angles to get ahead... and insist on play styles and power uses which represent characters. But I can take the abuse. I don't need to be the very best to have my fun and get my job done. My characters would blend seamlessly into a major DC title's cast, and they're now strong enough to handle almost all content with a solid party alongside them. I'm the one who's really ahead.
(*For my third character, Doctor BukBuk, I offer no excuse but no apologies either. One night I was bored senseless. I needed to make something amusing happen, and that variant Mister Freeze' rifle left over from the Valentine's Day event was just sitting there in my inventory. )