Beetleworx- Second GenerationSlasher: Body of Simba, Scar, a Dalmatian, or other Disney animal (depends on location). Its claws can stretch out and extend to 3 feet in diameter, and its tail shoots thinner (maybe have Eve's Blaster as a tail end). Its final technique is the Super Bark, used in the movie Bolt.Beetleworx- Second Generation by Guardian-of-Legends
Digger: Wall-e's head on top of a distended torso of either Chip or Dale that pops out of the ground and attacks victims with drill claws.
Hopper: Demonic Tigger head with a spring for legs and detachable jet wings that look like the grasshopper wings from A Bug's Life.
Belcher: Head of Pumbaa that burps balls of explosive Thinner (can alternatively emit Thinner mist that leaves the victim blinded and stunned). Extendable cyberkinetic arms attach to what resembles the body of Mickey's dog, Pluto.
Gunner: Peter Pan infused with a zombiefied Buzz Lightyear. It has wheels instead of feet (the wheels from Cinderella's carridge) and can hover in the air much like the hopper, using the jets from Jumba's ship (Lilo
Creating the Grid-1I have never considered myself an amazing fighter. But my friends have always accused me of being too humble to see how good I am. But should you really measure a warrior's greatness by how many people on the battlefield or in the Games they have derezzed? Or does it matter more if you're a Security Program like me? I don't know. I like to think that we as Programs should measure a warrior's greatness by their strength at heart and mind, not just in battle. And I guess that's why I don't think of myself as a great warrior.Creating the Grid-1 by ChibiRinzler-Chan
We all know what the Grid is. It is our Home. Our wonderful, dangerous, and beautiful digital world. But I don't think many of us know its true origins. We think it was made by Users. And in a way, it was. But who improved it? Although I respect the Users, it was not them. It was the Programs. Two, mostly. One of them was myself. The other was once a very close friend of mine. For a time, he was even a love interest. But now we are arch enemies, although it pains me
Perfect Highschool IThe pair of Programs stood before Clu 2, backs straight, helmets on. The dictator was standing at the window, hands clasped behind his back, smiling. Suddenly, the Grid was filled with a brilliant white light, and one of the Programs-a scrawny female-jerked back in surprise, then leaned forward whilst tilting her head.Perfect Highschool I by ChibiRinzler-Chan
"Master," she said curiously, voice muffled beneath the helmet. "Is that...?"
Clu turned, grinning. "Yes, Rinzler-Chan," he said. "It is; the portal to the Real World."
Rinzler-Chan stared, confusion in her orange eyes. "You seemed almost as if...you expected this to happen," the warrior said in an almost suspicious tone, and Clu's grin only became wider.
"Indeed I did, Rinzler-Chan," he said, walking to a girl, resting a hand on the top of her helmet. He slid his hand down slowly, the helmet derezzing as he moved, until he gently cupped her chin delicately with his fingers. Obviously, the girl was afraid, worried she had said something she shouldn't have. "You see," he
Lost TravelerIn a faded galaxy, shrouded in lightLost Traveler by Guardian-of-Legends
There’s an outcast sitting in a blanket of white
He rides through the stars searching for delight
In a starship with a large grip on the universe’s might
He’s a playful pyromaniac with a twisted tale
He’s a glass onion who’s burning a trail
Of the crimes committed on a very large scale
He’s an inhuman force, never destined to fail
An alchemist with a sense of humor,
The rogue dances blindly, a cosmic consumer
As the planets he pillages shake and tremor
Their dooms slowly loom, with naught but a murmur
Rising high on the sapphire spire
The fallen stars jingle as they sit on a pyre
But there is no ceremony, there is no fire
Just a large golden pillar rising higher and higher
For the ones in the temple mourn for the spaceman
But there was no sign that he’d been erased, and
They wait patiently for a sixth sense sign
That he is still alive, by telepathic design
Now he runs from
Dr EOTT's CreationsDr EOTT's Creations by Gatlinggundemon9
DOCTOR EXTREMELY OVER THE TOP'S PERSONAL FILES
Robots design to... well, frame someone by taking on their likeness. They are actually just three hovering spheres (two arms & one head) that project a hard-light hologram, though for the enemies with more than a few limbs more Framers can appear. Sadly, they can be easily dispatched with good aim, though their small size & speed make up for this.
My basic foot soldiers of limited intelligence with old-fashioned TVs as their heads. Usually they are armed with TV remotes that shoot lasers, but the more complex ones with Modern TV heads can use a draining mechanism to lower the victim's brainwaves while empowering themselves, but are too costly to replace the more common variety.
Robotic pit bulls designed to guard my home, and I rarely send them onto the field. Not too strong, but they are fast, vicious, and have powerful jaws with tungsten teeth.
A more powe
Lo5t=F0unD: Data Entry #4*MISSION LOG #005*Lo5t=F0unD: Data Entry #4 by Guardian-of-Legends
If God existed, I would be saying his name over and over and over right now.
When that weird message popped up on my computer, I had absolutely no idea what to think.
For all I know, this Mylo107 freak could have been leading me right into a trap, but now I plainly see how right I was to trust the messenger.
I tried going back to that place with the text boxes, and I saw the one I recognized still sitting there on the table. In a spur of the moment reaction, I pressed it and the whole room suddenly caved in. Stormer and I tumbled in darkness for a while before we landed in some sort of limestone cavern. At least, I thought it was limestone, but it wasn't. It was a whole cache of precious gemstones! I thought those things had all been pulled out decades ago, yet here they were, as bright and colorful as I thought they would be. But, of course, that was only the beginning of the surprise I had been lead to.
The city of Xylotos was never banished. To this day, it
Lo5t=F0unD: Data Entry #3*MISSION LOG #004*Lo5t=F0unD: Data Entry #3 by Guardian-of-Legends
It's been at least a week, but I finally got this thing recharged in time to tell you the achievements we've managed to make piece by piece in our research.
We spent quite a long time wandering around in scenic nowhere looking, but 3 days ago we finally found a section of buildings in this massive Xylotos city that are all still intact, not a single roof tile seems to be missing. It's almost a picture-perfect replica of what old Xylotos used to look like.
Our work began as soon as we set up camp around the buildings. We had to set up the equipment needed to track the necessary information about the city buildings: how old they were, what their property value was, and the number of citizens that could fit inside, that sort of thing. We can also track weather conditions and calculate what the temperature is presently. It's a lot of complicated stuff, until we actually start excavating.
Stormer accompanied me into the buildings as I combed for any ancient materia
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