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Titanomachy, Chapter Seven
Bangalore, India.
Punting a commuter train off its tracks and out of the way, Indrike threw his trunk high and trumpeted a deafening call into the starry night sky, proclaiming to all his victory and his might. Greyking, his opponent, lay twitching in the rubble at his hooved feet, punctured lungs heaving as around him grew a tide of dark, irradiated blood. He wouldn’t last more than fifteen minutes like this.
Indrike trumpeted again as he turned away from Greyking, leaving the mutilated monster to die amid the crushed and burning slums of Bangalore, to die alongside those wretched humans he’d seemed so adamant on protecting. But Indrike could loiter for no longer, for he had a schedule to keep. Diaborus would not be kept waiting.
Indrike hated humanity. In a past life, before he became a kaiju, the greed of ivory hunters left him tormented, wounded, and deranged; when he retaliated, destroying their villages and eating their crops, a white man came for him, leaving him to
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DOD Bestiary: Druk
Common Name: Druk
Pronounced: (Drook)
Classification: Druk arthropleurus (Jointed-rib Druk)
SGOC Rank: Megafauna
Length: 6 – 15 feet
Height: 1 foot (up to 7 feet upright)
Weight: up to 460 lbs.
Diet: Omnivore
Social Structure: Solitary
Home Planet: Earth
Distribution: Nótt Forest (Washington state, USA)
IUCN Status: Vulnerable
Description:
The druk is a giant species of armored millipede that inhabits the Nótt Forest. Bearing more than a passing resemblance to the Carboniferous myriapod Arthropleura, this giant invertebrate was named in reference to its ancient cousin. Like the giant millipedes of the Carboniferous, the druk is a flattened and heavily armored animal with plant-shearing mandibles and numerous pairs of walking legs. The animal’s
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Monsterverse: Skullrunner
SKULLRUNNER (VARANUS SKULLINSULARIS)
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MONARCH DESIGNATION: SKULLRUNNER
CRYPTOZOOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION: Varanus skullinsularis
SIZE: 6 feet long
CLASSIFICATION: Reptilia
SUB-DIVISION: Varanidae / Canidae hybrid
PREDATION: Carnivorous
CRYPTOZOOLOGY
Among Skull Island’s smaller predators is the strange skullrunner, a fleet-footed pack hunter that resembles both canids and lizards, specifically the monitor lizards of genus Varanus. Unlike their sprawling cousins the skullrunner is a quick, erect-limbed hunter with an endothermic metabolism, which it regulates with a complex system of hollow scales and mammalian fur. Preliminary gene analyses indicate that this fairly meek predator may in fact be distantly related to the dreaded, far larger skullcrawler.
Skullrunners are nomadic animals, never staying in one place for long as they hunt in the surrounding forests and plains. They ar
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Monsterverse: River fiend
RIVER FIEND (DECARNOCIMEX PAEDOMORPHA)
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MONARCH DESIGNATION: RIVER FIEND
CRYPTOZOOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION: Decarnocimex paedomorpha
SIZE: 70 feet long/across
CLASSIFICATION: Florafauna
SUB-DIVISION: Anisoptera
PREDATION: Carnivorous
CRYPTOZOOLOGY
Skull Island is a place of bizarre evolutionary adaptations, some more bizarre than others, but few are as strange as the gigantic, carnivorous river fiend.
An aquatic insect of colossal size, a river fiend is in fact a dragonfly, or rather the nymph of one; the creature has evolved an extreme degree of neoteny, retaining its larval traits instead of developing into a small and flight-capable adult. It lives on the bottom of Skull Island’s larger rivers, lying upside-down in the mud and waiting for prey to venture within grasp of its mossy, bark-encrusted legs, which protrude from the water like the snags of dead trees. Barbed bristles protrud
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Literature
Titanomachy, Chapter Six
It had been three months since the events of the so-called “Titanomachy” began. Three long months of chaos and worldwide conflict, and no one was quite sure where it began. There were guesses, of course. Approximations. Theories. But soon, the perpetrator of Titanomachy would come forth. Soon, he would make himself known to all. No more secrecy, no more hiding. No more subtlety. It was time to take what he had set out to claim.
Over the past two months his blessed children had been flooding into the city-state of Hong Kong, securing every square inch of it. Streets were turned into barricades, and buildings became fortresses. All over the world civilians were rounded up like cattle and dragged to the nearest atom bogs, their bodies turned into myrmidons and their minds slaved to the Horned Horde hivemind; his myrmidon children did his work where even he could not reach, using the half-kaiju blood that flowed through their veins to pollute atom bogs worldwide, spreading thei
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DOD Bestiary: Drong, Hugag
Common Name: Drong, Hugag
Pronounced: (Drong), (Who-gag)
Classification: Indrik mongoliensis (Mongolian Indrik), Hugag canadensis (Canadian Hugag)
SGOC Rank: Megafauna
Length: 28 feet (drong), 19 feet (hugag)
Height: 20 feet at the shoulder (drong), 11 feet at the shoulder (hugag)
Weight: 20 tons (drong), 7 tons (hugag)
Diet: Herbivore
Social Structure: Solitary
Home Planet: Earth
Distribution: Mongolia, China, Pakistan (drong); Canada, northern United States (hugag)
IUCN Status: Near Threatened (drong), Vulnerable (hugag)
Description:
The drong and the hugag are two modern-day species of indricothere, an ancient group of rhinoceroses that produced some of the largest non-SGO land mammals that have ever lived. Against ravenous proboscideans and sauropods this group
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Monsterverse: Skull tiger
SKULL TIGER (PANTHERA TIGRIS CRYPTICUS)
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MONARCH DESIGNATION: SKULL TIGER
CRYPTOZOOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION: Panthera tigris crypticus
SIZE: 18 feet long, 8 feet tall
CLASSIFICATION: Felidae
SUB-DIVISION: Panthera
PREDATION: Carnivorous
CRYPTOZOOLOGY
A relatively recent arrival to Skull Island, the skull tiger is one of the more reclusive predators that stalks its mountains and jungles. While the animal may resemble a conventional tiger from afar (albeit a large one – the cat is nearly the size of an elephant), closer inspection reveals the strange bristly fur that extends from its skin, giving the animal’s stripes an almost wood-like texture. Skull tiger fur is hollow like that of a polar bear, and like that arctic carnivore it is used for camouflage.
The skin of a skull tiger is filled with sophisticated chromatophores not unlike those of an octopus or cuttlefish, allowing the a
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Monsterverse: Fernbird
FERNBIRD (PTERIDOPHYTAVIS REGALIS)
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MONARCH DESIGNATION: FERNBIRD
CRYPTOZOOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION: Pteridophytavis regalis
SIZE: 7 feet tall
CLASSIFICATION: Florafauna
SUB-DIVISION: Gruidae
PREDATION: Omnivorous
CRYPTOZOOLOGY
One of the most beautiful and elusive of Skull Island’s native birds, the fernbird is also among the largest. Tall, long-legged, and cloaked in broad feathers that variously resemble fern fronds, cycad leaves, and the leaves of other vegetation, they stride across the island’s more open areas, feeding on seeds, nuts, and insects stirred up by the passage of larger animals.
Fernbird feathers are oily and saturated with chlorophyll, allowing the birds to photosynthesize when not travelling; this also helps them blend in well along the jungle periphery, where they will stand absolutely still when faced with a predator. They also have an iridescent sheen to the
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Titanomachy, Chapter Five
Just outside New York Harbor, New York City.
FIRE!!
The center portside gun let loose at nearly point-blank range, injecting a 16-inch caliber shell into the skull of the snarling kaiju, killing it almost instantly. As the mottled, mucous corpse of Frankenfish slid off-deck it took with it a mangled starboard naval gun, one of six aboard the Jasconius, and in its place it left a greasy crimson stain that led into the sea. Men on deck whooped and yelled as the monster’s huge body fell away, but their employer knew better than to celebrate now. Yelling further orders from within the ship’s T-shaped control tower, Gerard Haywood held fast against the wake given off by the carcass’s rapid descent.
Owner and operator of the Jasconius, his private oil tanker-turned-floating-castle, Gerard fancied himself an entrepreneur, a roving businessman who held allegiances to no one: the entire post-Cycle world was his oyster. Over the years Gerard h
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DOD Bestiary: Dozer crab
Common Name: Dozer crab
Pronounced: (Dozer crab)
Classification: Karkinos hylaeovagus (Forest-wandering Karkinos)
SGOC Rank: Megafauna
Length: 38 feet
Height: 29 feet
Weight: 11 tons
Diet: Omnivore
Social Structure: Herd (5-8 members)
Home Planet: Earth
Distribution: Nótt Forest (Washington state, USA)
IUCN Status: Vulnerable
Description:
The dozer crab is an elephant-like crustacean native to the Nótt Forest. Unlike its lanky birg relative, this is a bulky and rather squat tank-like animal built for plowing through undergrowth and felling large trees. They are believed to be distantly related to the coconut crab (Birgus latro), a dog-sized terrestrial crab native to many islands in the central Pacific. Exactly where the dozer crabs themselves came from i
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Monsterverse: Thornhorn
THORNHORN (HORTICERATOPS ENIGMATICUS)
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MONARCH DESIGNATION: THORNHORN
CRYPTOZOOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION: Horticeratops enigmaticus
SIZE: 125 feet long (estimated)
CLASSIFICATION: Florafauna
SUB-DIVISION: Chasmosaurinae
PREDATION: Herbivorous
CRYPTOZOOLOGY
Known only from scattered skeletal remains, the thornhorn was one of Skull Island’s last dinosaur species; a ceratopsian akin to the famed Triceratops, thornhorns greatly resembled their ancient cousin skeletally, but externally bore a complex assemblage of symbiotic plants, fungi, and even algae, camouflaging them in a similar manner to the modern, more amphibious sker buffalo.
The name “thornhorn” refers to how the Iwi natives described and illustrated the species: a face covered in brambles, which sprouted from the two long, bark-encrusted horns above its eyes; a broad frill coated in bark and symbiotic mosses swe
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Titanomachy, Chapter Four
Airspace over London, at approximately twenty-two thousand feet….
First Lieutenant Gideon Radcliffe surveyed the dimly-lit cargo hold, eyeing each of his fifty black-clad soldiers. A slight smile parted his stubbled face as he prepared to speak.
This here’s our guy”, Gideon said, referring to the digital file shown on his and every man’s tablet, “one Curtis Elliot Hawkins. He’s a local crime lord with a mind for strategy. One way or another he’s turned up on the side of the Horned Horde and, due to his knowledge of the area, has become their de-facto general around here. Our government-sponsored friends in the Army are busy fighting some bigger beasts out on the seaboard, so it’s been left up to us to take him out!
The more excited men raised their fists and whooped. Gideon paused for a moment before continuing.
Taking Curtis off the playing field will severely cripple the Horde’s presence in th
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DOD Bestiary: Dodo
Common Name: Dodo (Dodo bird, African chicken, Chicken-pigeon)
Pronounced: (Doh-doh)
Classification: Raphus cucullatus / various breeds
SGOC Rank: Fauna
Length: 2 feet
Height: 2 feet
Weight: 35 lbs.
Diet: Herbivore
Social Structure: Flock (5-10 members)
Home Planet: Earth
Distribution: central / southern Africa (exported worldwide)
IUCN Status: Least Concern
Description:
The dodo is a stocky flightless bird that was once an icon for extinction and species conservation. It has since been found alive and well in Pellucidar, the largest World Below carven on the African continent, and now also roams the surface world in southern and central Africa. How exactly these birds managed to reach the mainland from the distant island of Mauritius remains a mystery.
Many people know w
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DOD Contest Entry: Kruncher
Name: Kruncher
Aliases: Krusher, Pulverizer, Prehistoric Pugilist
Classification: Magnoneekrognathus africanus (Great destructive jaws of Africa)
Faction: Rogue
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
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Height: 300 feet tall at the shoulder
Length: 720 feet long
Weight: 1,450 tons
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Burly Brawler: Even by kaiju standards, Kruncher is utterly massive, and he knows how to use his size to his advantage. The great beast is nearly impossible to knock over or pick up, and he often devastates enemies with bone-crushing body slams and charges, scattering his opponents like bowling pins.
Thick Hide, Thicker Head: Kruncher's body is covered in incredibly thick armored hide, measuring several meters thick in some places, making it extremely difficult to really hurt the big beast. Furthermore, the kaiju's skull is incredibly reinforced,
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No updates this week; something's come up IRL.
No one was sure when it started, or how. That will likely never be answered. When the icecaps suddenly grew, when the snow first fell in the middle of summer, the world knew something had changed. At first it was welcomed, since global warming no longer seemed to be a threat – but those sentiments changed quickly. Temperatures plummeted. Glaciers expanded and heaved. Blizzards howled in May, June, and July. Harbors froze solid, and roads and landing strips became slippery deathtraps. With no trade, no travel, and no answers, tensions between already stressed nations began to grow. The world of man soon fell to starvation, exposure, disease, and war….and after that, all the world went white.

Great glass domes were hastily erected atop cities all over the world, some outfitted with solar panels, others reaching belowground to ward off permafrost and secure land for crops. Some were empty to start and came to be populated later as the owners settled in and stragglers from outside came pounding on their doors, begging to be let inside. Most of the domed cities are now run by governments or monarchies, but others were the product of megacorps that had survived the initial disaster, who now have free reign to mold the city and its people to their benefit. It is these that are among the most powerful…and the most unpredictable.

As time went on each domed city began to take on a character of its own, a character that is reflected in each city’s architecture and population. As accidents, malfunctions, and deterioration occurred, technology became disparate; some cities hung on and thrived in their little high-tech bubble, becoming worthy successors of the old world, while others languished and reverted to near-medieval levels, maintaining only the essential infrastructure needed to keep their people alive. Some cities now lie abandoned, and a few have even been buried entirely by ice, the state of affairs beneath a mystery that many a salvager yearns to solve.

Radio communication between cities remains spotty; the most reliable means of communication is messengers, brave men and women who ride out on snowmobiles, ultra-light aircraft, or dogsleds to deliver news and goods between settlements. Efforts are being made to physically connect allied domes via road, rail, and waterway, but the going is not easy as blizzards, glaciers, and sabotage conspire to destroy travel routes. Alliances are as tenuous as resources are scarce, and already more than a few wars are raging across the ice.

Outside the domes, civilization crumbled. The largest settlements out there are reminiscent of ancient Vikings, fur- and leather-clad barbarians who hunt, fish, trade, and make war for a living. There are also nomads, peaceful folk who only wish to trade and keep on the move, taking everything they own – including their sled-mounted houses – with them. Some of humanity has seemingly gone feral, reverting to their animal instincts and growing long canines and thick shaggy fur, recalling old American legends of the “wendigo”.

While humankind struggles to get by, other life thrives. Wolves, caribou, lemmings, muskox, and polar bears are a common presence. Shaggy beasts not unlike the Pleistocene’s mammoths, sabertooth cats, giant sloths, and others roam much of the world, though where they came from in such short time remains a mystery (not that many people really care these days). Other, more exotic beasts are also known, including giant flightless birds and the dreaded ice borer.

The worst of them all, however, are the kaiju. So named by the descendents of Japanese citizens in the dome near Mt. Fuji, these enormous and deadly creatures are the masters of this harsh, frozen world. Carving canyons through compacted mountains of snow, burrowing lairs into glaciers, hunting whales and krakens in the deep polar seas – they are a force of nature unto themselves. Many are stupid and violent brutes, but some are smart, very smart, and do what they can to stem the tide of human expansion into their territory.

It’s been just over two hundred years since this all began. Now, the remnants of the human world struggle to survive, working the land and maintaining their homes, protecting themselves from monsters both human and inhuman, chasing rumors of unfrozen paradises, doing what they can to make it from one day to the next. This is a harsh new world, and only the strong can hope to master it.

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This is “Winter’s Edge”, as described by me to my fellow Deviant and IRL friend angenon58. For nearly as long as I’ve had DOD he has expressed interest in having a kaiju-based setting of his own, starring his own monster (and guest in DOD) Razorr; unfortunately little if anything has come of it so far, but one day I was feeling creative and decided to write this for him – consider it a “pitch”, if you will. A few months have passed since I shared it with him privately, and now, for the heck of it, I have decided to share the concept with you all.
  • Listening to: October Rage.
  • Reading: The Land that Time Forgot.
  • Watching: The Deep.
  • Playing: The Game.
  • Eating: Food.
  • Drinking: Water.

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Gilarah93
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I am a hobbyist in zoology and paleontology, as well as a daikaiju enthusiast.

My personal kaijuverse, Days Of Dikorus, is my largest project and my #1 artistic priority.
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TheDubstepAddict Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:iconlediblock2: sent me here, and he is right, you are "worth a while" :)
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Gilarah93 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ha, thanks for the compliment!
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TheDubstepAddict Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No problem
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Ravensaurs-Rex Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks for the invite, mate.
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Gilarah93 Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No problem, dude.

And glad to see you're still kicking.
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JacobSpencerKaiju79 Featured By Owner May 7, 2016   Traditional Artist
thanks for the fave, Gil!
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AkityMH Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Gil, I gotta ask... did you read Vostok?
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Gilarah93 Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Update: I have now read "Vostok"...or at least a part of it. I didn't like it.
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AkityMH Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
How far did you get?
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Gilarah93 Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Around the bit where the minisub crew are running away (???) from a Purussaurus that, for some reason, has decided to be a pursuit predator. I didn't get to the alien stuff.
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Gilarah93 Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Steve Alten's novel? :iconlolnopeplz: I heard some pretty bad things about it, namely that ol' Steve was filibustering again about Big Oil and other conspiracy theories....
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AkityMH Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I havent heard much about that. I thought you read his books?
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Gilarah93 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I used to, then I realized most of them descend into filibustering territory mighty quick. The Loch was good, though.

If you're looking for a Lake Vostok monster romp that's actually good, go read Greig Beck's "Beneath the Dark Ice".
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Zachariah-of-Mars Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey man, just letting you know I'm getting back into the swing of xenobiology, check out the revamps when you get a chance
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Gilarah93 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I've noticed. Nothing's really piqued my interest yet, but I'll keep watching. :)
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Hellraptor Featured By Owner May 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Hi, whats up :)
 can you take a look at this and tell me what you think ?


hellraptor.deviantart.com/art/…
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Gilarah93 Featured By Owner May 22, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It...looks fine. Why do you ask?
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Hellraptor Featured By Owner May 22, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Just wondering ;)
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angenon58 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014
Happy Thanksgiving buddy, I'm thankful to call you my friend
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Gilarah93 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks bro, you too. 
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Dragonfire810 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2014   Filmographer
would you like to share my art.
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Gilarah93 Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
As in an art trade? If so, no, I'm not doing any art trades at the moment.
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Dragonfire810 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014   Filmographer
so i'll be paitient until i'm ready.
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ProtanaArchives94 Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014  Professional General Artist
(F.R.I.E.N.D.S.
= Fight alongside you
= Respect you
= Involve you
= Encourage you
= Deserve you
= Save you
Send this to all your friends & me if I'm one......If you get 4 back you are liked but if you get 7 back then you are seriously loved.)
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Saberrex Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thank you for all the favs.
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