ID: f484a No.579
>No Moon-Moon option
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ID: f82f1 No.581
Like where this is going….
ID: 01f1c No.582
Either that means I'm a slayer of bronies or I'm a closest brony that wears a tiger-shark costume while abroad Equestria.
This whole thing is giving me Toontown Online vibes.
ID: 61077 No.583
Noticing a lot of sharks so far.. lol
ID: 5529f No.584
Razorpenguin sounds like a Mega Man boss.
ID: 2269f No.586
well…if that means I'm a robotic shark then its fine my tail explodes…
ID: eaafc No.603
Icefox Bravefang. Sounds a bit less silly.
Ehh, I never went in for this kind of naming, even in my early, dorky days. Closest I get is my badger character, Berry Woodthorn; "Berry" came from a British brand name on an item in my collection, since the character was born in England, and "Woodthorn" just hit me since he lives in a forested place.
ID: 839bc No.604
>mfw I'm a derivative of sans
ID: 49906 No.605
Congratulations, you're a Mega Man X boss.
ID: b6ffc No.606
ID: acb3a No.608
cute though, like one of those DeviantArt sparkledogs.
ID: 61077 No.609
Where if the color exists it's somewhere on them in neon?
ID: 61077 No.611
Reminds me of the old days when people discovered they could change their font color in AOL.
ID: b6ffc No.612
There is no reason anything should have a color chart that long.
, that's basically what I was thinking, thus the ew.
ID: 7f973 No.614
Great, My name is what someone says what they're mocking a fursona name.
ID: 63f8e No.615
Yup, that's a textbook sparkledog. I'd love to hear from an artist who's had a commission from someone who wasn't a close friend, whose reference description or image was this involved.>>611
Back in the late 90s, I remember font colors mainly being used to differentiate characters in RPG rooms. Red Dragon Inn, FFGF, RhyDin and all that.
ID: 61077 No.616
>>615>Red Dragon Inn>RhyDin
Damn that takes me back.
ID: 6057f No.622
this name was made for me, there are many like it but this one is mine.
ID: f56ce No.637
Sparkleshark Bravenose. Huh…
ID: a0d46 No.655
Another old AOL roleplayer, huh? So many memories, like the sudden and explosive influx of Animorphs players who temporarily made anthropomorphic characters pariahs (most of them acted like immature, hot-headed 13-year-olds).