Zero Two vs Kirby and Ribbon
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Zero Two vs Kirby and Ribbon

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Meh, this took aboout 1 hour and 30 minutes to do. Shading is off and the left wing took forever to try to make it better. It was made on microsoft paint and I wanted to try some pixel art. For those of you who don't know who Zero Two is, I will give you a brief explenation. I do not own Zero Two, Kirby, or ribbon(The floating fairie holding up Kirby) and all rights belong to Nintendo. Zero Two or 02 is a soul of pure evil who was originally called Zero. In Kirby's Dreamland 3, the final boss is Zero and is one of the creepiest battles of the series next to Zero Two. During the fight you wave the love-love stick and hit Zero avoiding his dark matter minions. SPOILER ALERT:At the end of battle, Zero's eye pops out while blood flies on screen then constantly tries to ram int you until defeated by the weapon. Zero Two is another version of it. It appears with a bandage under its halo to represent the gash where it came out and a spiky tail on its back. It also has winngs with the tips covered in blood and a huge red eye. During battle youfirst must hit its eye then wings or bandage then tail. While in the process of batteling Zero Two shoots blood at you while you avoid and shoot its eye. At the end everything is good and order returns. That is if they don't make a new version.

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Aug 2, 2011 | 6:23 AM EDT
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