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BLAEK

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Blaek, an altered Rovian. You don't want to meet him in a dark alleyway.
If you wanna see a couple of Rovians derp around and fight in some wastelands then please go check out Frostbite!
Drawn in Flash. I hope it doesn't make your eyes melt like mine did while I drew it!

EDIT: 3k+ views??? Whoa o_o thanks people!!

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has bleak been experimented like talon?

Zalfurius responds:

He was a willing participant =)

This guy kind of looks like a posthumous version of Frost. Especially with his ear cut off, like with what happened in "Frostbite." If this was true then it would seem that the train that hit Frost eventually caused him to fall into some toxic waste or other chemicals that were in that plant and turned him into Blaek. In any case, awesome job, I love it :3

Zalfurius responds:

I like the way you think! Frost and Blaek are two separate characters, though. Thanks for the review!

Definitely don't wanna meet him in an alleyway. Geez he looks creepy...

Zalfurius responds:

I'm sure he'll be nice to you if you just give him some of your blood... thanks for the 10!!

cute zombie :3

Zalfurius responds:

I never meant for him to look like a zombie but it just happened that way. Thanks!!

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Zalfurius
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Sep 17, 2012
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