C-Death
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C-Death

I love you, Male, from Indiana, the dark place.

C-Death was last seen:
Jun 8, 2015
    1. -OverpoweR-
      -OverpoweR-
      Ellow Modeler :P Just thought i'd say hi and see if you could practice your modelling skills by making me some Unique Models specifically for me and nowhere else , if that seems interesting to you ofc :)

      Ps. Hero Models, i dont care how they exatly look, i want something unique that it cannot be found on the net. 2 Melee Fighers (1 with a Big Axe,that can whirlwind effectively,and 1 with Swords, Dual-Wield.) , 1 Ranged Model(with Bow or Crossbow) , and a Caster Model . :) Lemme know if you're interested :thup:
    2. kaftis10
      kaftis10
      dude new member here

      why i dont have permission to make new threads or posts?
      do i have to do something spesific
    3. Syndrome
      Syndrome
      Okay, so I need some way to get off my lazy rear and seeing how you are writing a fantasy novel I'll make you a deal :P
      For every chapter you post of your story, I'll post up one of mine.
      Plus, it'll probably clear the cobwebs from the writer's corner xD
    4. C-Death
    5. Bloodcount
    6. C-Death
      C-Death
      Nope. I am just plain ol C-Death.
    7. Weegee
      Weegee
      Lol do I know you from somewhere? Are you Capt-Death in disguise? :0
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Indiana, the dark place.
    Occupation:
    Writer/full time student
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    "No you ignorant, moronic fools! I said that your 'chances' of succeeding were zero; chance and destiny are two different things."