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I'm NOT into guro by the way.

Chloe - That cheerful girl with ponytail.

Aigis - The male cyborg that looks like raiden in MGR.

Vixen - Half dragon female who looks like Mary in DMC3 when in human form.

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>surprise me!

>dissolves into dust

>tfw 172 hours just dissolved before your eyes

 

PURLOX KILT MY TULPA

WHAT A TERRIBLE PERSON

HOW COULD YOU DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS I HATE YOU FOREVER IM DISGUSTED WITH YOU

YOU KNEW MY TULPA WAS GOING TO DIE YOU HAD BAD INTENTIONS ALL ALONG

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I don't know shit about forum drama and I can still recognize that Albatross is referencing how people threw a fit over him murdering some person's tulpa or whatever.

“There is not enough love and goodness in the world to permit giving any of it away to imaginary beings.”

 

-Friedrich Nietzsche

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so, I asked her to surpise me, she ran into her room, and came back with a present, inside was a gun... she took it and shoot herself in the head... that sure as hell surprised me...

 

>mfw I see this post

Dude, why do you not tell me this stuff

 

Also, I gotta try this. I know she's sentient, but this seems fun

Tulpa name:Ka'myriz (pronounced: KAH mee-REEZ)

Female

Pure shapeless violet energy, can take any form. Almost always she's like the painting.

Creative, intelligent, witty.

Progress: Mindvoice vocal. Trying to impose, possess/other.

Painting: Ka'miriz tulpa sketch

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There IS a small bit of serious people here.

Chloe - That cheerful girl with ponytail.

Aigis - The male cyborg that looks like raiden in MGR.

Vixen - Half dragon female who looks like Mary in DMC3 when in human form.

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