Explain your avatar!
Leroy Anderson last edited by
It's me! I'm wearing stuff i found in our churches storage room, while playing Rock band 2.![IMG]http://i64.tinypic.com/jz9kz6.jpg[/IMG])
Brandon_Reister last edited by
It's my face from a few years ago.
Guest last edited by
It's a crazy Yukkuri version of Nitori Kawashiro, my favorite Touhou character. I believe it's based from this totally not disturbing video what are you talking about.
I also used to use it a sig in the old GT days
and I put it in the thumbnails of my monthly collection updates I post on YT.
matt last edited by
I enjoyed having the default "M" but felt the need to change it up to make it more distinct. it's the "M" from Mario's cap.
Maczime last edited by
Pyro last edited by
It's Hank Scorpio.
"Kill it with fire!"
Munkkiman last edited by
Fridge-man last edited by
Huber laughing during one of the Talking Syndrome episodes. I got a perfect still while pausing and I had to make it my new avatar.
Caleb_Aranda last edited by
Zidane and Garnet. Final Fantasy is my favorite and most nostalgic game franchise. VII was my first, VI is the one I've played the most, but IX is my absolute favorite. Some days I'm bold enough to say that I like it better than Chrono Trigger (which I often site as my favorite game). The story was surprisingly dark, maybe the darkest in the series; which I didn't expect from its rather cartoon-ish art style. The combat was solid, the world was intriguing and the game overall had very little critiques (except a needless final boss fight following one of the best boss battles of the main-line games). However, the characters and their arks are what stole the show for me. It took me to emotional depths that I was not prepared for. Very few games have left an impact on me so great that I would look at games differently afterwords. And this was one of the first ones to do it.
DeltaRedSpiker last edited by
An old drawing of Cammy White from some website, cropped out. I haven't used this avatar for several months.
DMCMaster last edited by
Pretty much sums it up