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Check the Halls~ THIS WAS MADE BY ME AND MY NIECE KIMBERLY. PLEASE READ ARTIST COMMENTSCheck the Halls~ by RenagadeRexRider
Check the halls in nights of Freddy's falalala la la la la~
If you don't you will be sorry Falalalala la la la la~
Watch for Freddy, Chicka and Bonnie Falalalalala la la~
Check your vents or you'll be gory Falalalala la la la la~
Watch the Music Box and Flash light Falalalala la la la la~
Keep Balloon Boy well in your sight Falalalala la la la la~
Keep an eye on Marry Mangle Falalalala la la la la~
Blink your light in sight of Foxy Falalalalala la la la la~
All the tons have come out to try to kill, on this scary night~
We can try this Special mask to-
Trick the an-i-mo-o-tronics Falalalala la la la la~
Maybe you will make the night Falalalala la la la la~
Maybe you will make it in one piece Falalalala la la la la~
Hope you see your lousy paycheck Falalalala la la la la~
Check the halls~x4
FA LA LA LA LAH!! LA LA LA LA!!!
Ba-Ku-Ra! chapter15Ba-Ku-Ra! chapter15 by RenagadeRexRider
Chapter 15: Right of Entry
It took only mere moments to arrive at the dueling field, and much to the group’s confusion as well as initial suspicion, there was not a Battle Box in sight. Instead, the stoic CEO introduced a much more interesting device. A much smaller and handheld prototype duel disc.
It took only a moment more for the CEO to give a slap on beginner’s instruction before the two took their respective places and the duel began. As Yugi’s mighty Curse of Dragon and Kaiba’s Ryu-Kishin appeared onto the field, it was very apparent that this duel would prove interesting.
“He already improved on the Battle Box…” Ryou breathed, awed by the new life sized and very realistic beasts as they snarled their challenge. Even the Spirit of the Ring found himself amazed by this fact as he observed the more natural field,
“I agree… They look very much like the real thing. Almost as if they have form…” he commen
Those of you new here, I'm Renagade |
I love to draw and write stories after countless hours of daydreaming and RP
Mostly i enjoy drawing Dinosaurs (like my beloved Fafnir and Fanart ranging from Avatar to Zim. Mostly Anime and more recently DC Characters from Batman. My current Fixation is The CREEPER I love rooting the underdogs~
All Posted Artwork in my gallery is ©*RenagadeRexRider*
except of course All fanart characters Poke/Digimon/FMA/YuGiOh/DC/ ect belong to respected owners.
My Best Buds here on DA((I recommend you to check them out~))
Just a couple of Icons i made a while back Feel free to use in convo
Now for fun...Have some GIFS!!!!
Stop!! STOP!!!!!! CREEPER time!!
And for little bit info you might want...
Current Residence: The Streets of Gotham
Favourite genre of music: Instrumental and occasional Pop or Rock (hard rock sometimes but not often)
Favourite photographer: My mom.
Favourite style of art: Oil, comic and whimsical
Shell of choice: ...........Ammonite?
Favourite cartoon character: Thief King Akefia and Ryou Bakura, The Ishtars and Yugi, Batman, The Creeper
Personal Quote: Fall in a rut and can't get out... don't. Take it as a new perspective and work with it.
Song TagTagged by :iconsteel-reaper:Miss-DNL
1) Write down every letter in your name
2) Write down a song that pops into into you head beginning with each letter.
3) Count the number of letters and TAG that many people. NOOOPE :T
M-Metamorphosis (Blue Stahli)
I-I Can't Wait (Celldweller)
S-So Long Sentiment (Celldweller)
D-Dance with the Dead (10 years)
N-Night of the Hunter (30 Seconds to Mars)
L-Louder than Words (Celldweller)
I usually don't tag buuuuut I'm curious
I Tag::iconrenagaderexrider: Course you don't have to
Brian Kesinger: Character Driventechgnotic
Disney Artist Brian Kesinger on Creating Story through Character
Foreword by techgnotic
It is with great pleasure we welcome BrianKesinger as a guest writer to the Today Page Editorial Team. Considering his authentic citizenship within the deviantART community, his thoughts and insights will be of great value to all aspiring artists, illustrators, writers and others involved in any creative endeavor. For over 18 years, Brian has worked for Walt Disney Studios on films like Big Hero 6, Winnie the Pooh, Tarzan, Tangled, Wreck It Ralph and