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Author Comments

What if you were given incredible power at the cost of your humanity.
But you wanted to keep that part of you. . .
Instead of slowly becoming a monster.

Young Raze, as she goes through demonic changes.
Surely she's not entirely a monster... And seeks help from anyone brave and strong enough to free fher from the other side, before she sins again.


looks awesome ,i think that she could save herself by aiming to use the power for good instead of evil

Can't stop looking at her. I like the picture well done !

innocent mah ass

Incredible power at the cost of my humanity? That sounds like a fair deal. (I'm already less than human so...)

Wow, this looks so weird without the color. Raze has hair like Sasuke (but cooler), hands like Greed (but red), that weird smoke thing on her leg (like Truth), and wings like Brian's from My Little Dashie the threequel (when they started to molt, and he needed surgery).

It's looks like she just beat someone, or something, to death with her bear hands and then tore its flesh to shreds with her teeth. She looks scared. Really scared. I doubt a hug would help, but maybe it'll make her feel comforted.

SignHerePlease responds:

Don't you dare compare my hair to sasuke's...
I gte greed but those last things lose me.

Amazing artwise, and amazing otherwise.

*Finally gets the strength to get up
*Falls back on face
'Maybe I'll skip the armor'
*Grabs sword, slips out of grip, nearly stabbing foot
*Settles on bringing... lunch.

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4.26 / 5.00

Jan 14, 2013 | 11:49 PM EST
File Info
3600 x 4000 px
1.9 mb

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