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HK side characters by demitasse-lover HK side characters by demitasse-lover
Some coming soon side characters for my comic

Brushes by :icongarfcore: and :iconsmashmethod:
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ArtsyAica Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Man these are all awesome designs! I like Quartz best! 8D
I'm really bad at designing characters but I get really pumped up to try whenever I see this and your other works!
LuLu-Fukurou Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2012
AyanoHoshi Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011
saffron so freakin' cute X"3
Darknesskitty48 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2011
Epic characters! Safferon reminds me of Manah form Drakengard :3
CinnamonCinnabarite Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2011
I'm falling deeper in love with your art style. I just love it.
C-ren Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
;A; jealously tears
CandyPop101 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010
These guys look awesome!
Especially Vise and Spinne.
Twams Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
Does Gaou have any connection to the wild-raised-by-animals Gau from FF6?
demitasse-lover Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
Oh, I dunno. :XD: I haven't played FF6.
Twams Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010

Gau (ガウ?) is a feral child who lives among the animals on the Veldt, having survived in this harsh environment nearly his entire life. His powers of speech are poor, barely capable of communicating with others and often growing frustrated with complex sentences (in the Japanese version this frustration is further exaggerated). Initially encountered by Sabin and Cyan, Gau is tempted into the party with a slab of dried meat and returns the favor by presenting the pair with Mobliz' missing Diving Helm, enabling the trio to survive the underwater current of the Serpent's Trench and eventually reunite with the Returners.

Gau is again encountered on the Veldt in the World of Ruin. In this second part of the game his origins are more thoroughly explored - by taking him to the old man in the lone house west of the Veldt where Sabin's sub-plot first began in the World of Balance, it is learned that this man is, in fact, Gau's father, having tossed him into the wilds shortly after the death of his wife in childbirth and consequently labelling Gau a 'demon child.'

Gau's class is best described as a reinvention of the 'Hunter' from the previous game. As the party travels around the Veldt, enemy groups from every area in the game are encountered. Gau's 'Leap' command appears only while on the Veldt - selecting it enables Gau to learn how to mimic the attacks of the monster set he leaps to and returns with in a later battle. The 'Rage' command locks Gau into an attack pattern drawing directly from the selected monster in addition to granting him that monster's unique statuses and resistances, if applicable.

Gau can learn magic, and remains under manual control so long as magic attacks are selected each turn. He does not possess a hidden special attack, as he doesn't use an 'Attack' command.

Gau's youth, boundless energy, vulnerability, and generally positive personality made him the first of several "energetic young boy" characters, which set the stage for the characters of Zell, Vivi, and Hope.
-Wikipedia page. LOL.
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