Domino almost falls to the ground, cringing. "Ew.. What are you doing here? I thought I fired your sorry ass a while ago."
The Quoll gets up and dusts himself off. "Don't you got freaks to poke at or something? Also what's up with that "doll" design you've got going on? You look like a stuffed animal. It's weird, Marionette." He says nonchalantly as he sways his hand to gesture her to get out of his way.
Domino pinches Stitches' cheek as he holds a shaky smile.
"You're adorable." He says as he passive aggressively shakes her face. "I'm okay though, I really don't like dolls.. I'm in the same boat as the others." He pulls his hand off of her face and wipes it on his pants. He then slowly backs away from Stitches, closing the door as he turns around to head into the other room.
"Fuckin' creep.." He mutters lowly as he constantly checks behind himself.
"Damn it you give me one reason why I shouldn't cut your flippin' phone!? All you and the mutt do is call me over the stupidest of crap. A-Also why was that doll in your room! You know she's bad luck."
The quoll moves in on Jack and flicks his forehead.
So I read about Domino and I loved the way he acts...and the way you scultpted his personality..his past truly describes the cretira correctly for narccissim disorder he has. From the lonliness, to the self-rightousness he feels. I think it is in depth and a good backstory!! Keep it up!!
Btw hope you like his picture! I did it in my style I hope you like:
So, Haunted gave me your steam name as "Father Blood" and I tried to send you a friend request (under the name Frostbyte -TPF-), but it seems it got rejected. I was wondering if it'd be okay if you could send me a friend request for Steam and a contact request for Skype (My username for that is Froststorm0071). I also had an idea for the Opposite Hysteria RP we started a while back, but I'd rather tell you the details on Skype if at all possible.
I'll add you right now on my steam, also give me the song you wanted and please tell me what you have in mind for opposite hysteria. Sorry for missing this message I fail to realize this stuff is my talk page haha.
Minato Arisato00 wrote:
What would you like me to rename it?
Well, it turns out an old, redirected page already exists with the name Sonic the Hedgehog (2016 film). From what I see, it is a dead page, the user WHO made it is inactive, so it would help if you could delete it.
Minato Arisato00 wrote: Done, feel free to rename it.
Still nothing. Even when the page does not exist, another page in its place with the same name cannot be created. Would it be possible if you tried to rename it? It says that the page "has been protected by the administrators" ....?
Hey, Minato. I know we don't talk often and all that crap, but I felt like asking you something relating to Persona 3, since I've recently gotten into it thanks to Persona 4 Arena Ultimax.
Now, among the three versions of P3 that have been released (The vanilla P3, P3:FES, or P3P), which of them do you think is your favorite? ...or which one have you played if you've only played one of them. (In case you ask, I'm playing P3P on my PSP emulator.)
I've played all incarnations of Persona 3. My absolute favorite is FES, it's a lot of fun and it feels more complete and less complicated than P3P. FES also had a 30+ hour campaign called the Answer that was rather interesting; but be careful it's hard as hell. I'm glad to hear you got involved with the Persona franchise, and never be afraid to message me anything friend. I'll be down to listen whenever! Good luck with the games, they're absolutely wonderful.
I've played the Vanilla P4, nothing else P4 related. I loved the vanilla P4, but I most likely would ever invest in Persona 4 Golden if anything. Not a huge fan of Persona 4 Arena, I feel as though it kinda dismantles any storytelling the previous games made to establish the franchise in my heart.
I've played Persona 2 Innosent Sin and Eternal Punishment (both PS1 and PSP versions of Eternal Punishment. I find Persona 2 hilariously serious and it's quite fun, but at the same time very difficult to get used to and well accustomed to.