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HEADCANON CROSSOVER! SPOILER ALTERS! -L4d2/LoU-Yes, you got a warning for all there.
I’m watching Cry play “Last of Us: Left Behind” (SPOILER ALERT!) there a (mentioned) character named “Private Ellis”. Huh, what OTHER zombie game survivor do we know by that name? That’s right. Ellis from L4D2. WHAT IF, in L4d1 and 2, that was just the BEGINNING of the virus? As we know through evolution, one branch breaks off into many, and if some can’t survive, they die. The Virus was a fungus all along, hence the boils that could have been full of spores, and smoke around Smokers (spores!). The reason our survivors lived, was because they were immune toe SPORES, but not the bite! Ellis joined the army after capture at the end of L4D2, his friends didn’t, and were killed. He rose the ranks and became a Private, and took on his new unit as his new family. During that time, the zombies that couldn’t spread their line of virus died (eg Witches were too loud, Hunters too, Smokers’ spo
-Tutorial- Think your picture got stolen?Think your picture got stolen? Forgot where you got that base? What to know who did that awesome comic you found on Tumblr? I have a way to figure out if it was!
1. Go to Google Image Search (Google.com> Images)
2. Click on the camera icon
3. Either paste the images URL there, and click "search image"
3.2. Click 'Upload an image' and upload your image. (I prefer this way)
4. A list of results will come up. The top of "exact matches", second are "matches on pages (be careful with this one because a lot of the results are from the "More like" page), and visually similar images.
5. Now you'll know!
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Lilyas has dedicated herself to making our community a brighter place with her vibrant artwork and infectious enthusiasm for interacting with others in our community. It has certainly paid off, as many deviants flock to her page on a daily basis to let her know how much of an inspiration she is. We absolutely agree, and couldn't let all that hard work go without recognition, so it's with great pride that we bestow the Deviousness Award for March 2014, to ... Read More