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Trapped Krystal


It's been less than a week since I beat Starfox Adventures. It was the first time I played through the game no less. You see, a couple weeks ago I was in a GameStop and I saw they had Adventures for only eight bucks. Now, adventure games have never exactly been my favorite genre, but I appreciate that as a self-respecting furry, I've gotta play the game where Krystal was effectively born. You know, see what all the hype was about. Well, it wasn't my favorite game around (as I said, adventure games weren't my favorite genre) but I can definitely see how Krystal got as big as she is. She is a most fine, foxy lady. Now I find myself eyeballing Starfox Assault just because it continues the whole Fox/Krystal story. I'll definitely be keeping my eye out for it next time I'm at GameStop.

Anyway, right after I beat the game, I was inspired to do a little arting. I didn't want to spend too much time on this piece because I've got a lot of other stuff to finish but I figured another Krystal Piece is always appreciated in the fandom. XD Enjoy!


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I call this one a work of the museum XD


Gotta agree with Anglewitch, EnactJudo, mestarilapsi, and 1meterkillzone. The head, kiiiiiiiiiiiiinda actually did fail a bit, and the muzzle did actually not look like a normal muzzle, or even a muzzle at all. I do agree with them all.. The rest actually did come out real good, just as 1meterkillzone said.

if only they had some hot remakes of the video game...revamp the star fox please...

it hurts so bad

it really pains that i have 2 agree slightly with what enactjudo says the head isnt horrendous as enactjudo said but it definitely needs work, but other than the head i think everything else came out real good man keep it up

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Feb 21, 2011
2:28 PM EST
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