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  • Mood: Remorse
  • Watching: Noben's steam
Because someone had the nerve to tell me my prices are too high (they know who they are,) I offer this:…

Most commissioners can't handle anything resembling a fair prices, so quit whining about the criminally low prices we artists do offer.
  • Mood: Remorse
  • Watching: Noben's steam
Yep, I'm reopening commissions. I've been making a handful of purchases lately beyond what I normally do, and I really don't like to spend more than I am making, so I'm going to start selling commissions again. To make things easier on me, there will be rules.

1.) To purchase a commission, send me a note or an email at
2.) BE SPECIFIC. I can't emphasize that enough. Concept is probably the hardest part of drawing a picture, and it saves me a lot of stress when I actually have some instructions. Any instructions of "do whatever," will be force to pay double.
3.) No scat or vore.
4.) I reserve the right to adjust prices as I feel are necessary. (refer rule #2)
5.) When the commission has been purchased, I will require half of the price upfront for security. This will not be refunded if you back out. You'll pay the other half when the commission is finished.


Sketch: $20
Inks: $30
Colored Pencils: $60
Digital: $50

Moreover, I have a promotional rate: your first commission is half-off if you post a journal or something similar promoting me and my services.
  • Watching: Noben's steam
1. A picture shall accomplish something.

2. The elements of a picture shall be necessary parts of the picture, and shall help develop it.

3. The subjects of a picture shall be alive, except in the case of corpses, and that always the viewer shall be able to tell the corpses from the others.

4. The subjects of a picture, both dead and alive, shall exhibit a sufficient excuse for being there.

5. When the subjects of a picture deal in conversation or action, the talk or motion shall sound like human talk or motion, and be talk or motion such as human beings would be likely to talk in the given circumstances, and have a discoverable meaning, also a discoverable purpose, and a show of relevancy, and remain in the neighborhood of the subject in hand, and be interesting to the viewer, and help out the picture.

6. When the artist develops the character of a subject in his picture, the conduct and conversation of that subject shall justify said description.

7. Crass stupidities shall not be played upon the viewer by either the artist or the subjects in the picture.

8. The subjects of a picture shall confine themselves to possibilities and let miracles alone; or, if they venture a miracle, the artist must so plausably set it forth as to make it look possible and reasonable.

9. The artist shall make the viewer feel a deep interest in the subjects of his picture and their fate; and that he shall make the viewer love the good people in the picture and hate the bad picture.

10. The characters in the picture be so clearly defined that the reader can tell what each will do in a given emergency.

An artist should

11. Do what he is proposing to do, not merely come near it.
12. Eschew surplusage.
13. Not omit necessary details.
14. Avoid slovenliness of form.
15. Use good anatomy.
16. Employ a simple, straightforward style.

(Left out a couple of rules because I couldn't make them fit.)
  • Mood: Rage
Oh, wow, look how ugly dA's UI looks now with this  blank gray space clashing with the rest of the page. Hey, dA, how about you quit fixing what ain't broke, and makes something I could really use, like blocking images by artist. Other artsites can do it, why can't you?

Fucking creeps on this site.
  • Mood: Sarcastic
  • Watching: Noben's Stream
The following is what I wrote during the viewing of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Container therein are musings, ragings, and in-jokes. Oh yes, there will be spoilers.

   8:01 - Trailers Commercials begin.

   8:03 - We are on the 5th commercial in a row.

   8:04 - 6th

   8;05 - 7th 8th 9th

   8:06 - Dramatic pickle! Also, 10th.

   8:09 - Green Hornet has a January release. For those in the know, that means the distributors do not have a lot of faith in the movie.

   8:10 - From the Yogi Bear, "Too much razzle" is a little funny.

   8:15 - Movie finally starts.

   8:18 - Movie is actually pretty far.

   8:20 - I remember the trailers. I wait patiently. (Retrospect: It is a miracle anyone saw the trailers, considering how little this release was advertised.)

   8:21 - Hey, they just left Edmund and Eustace behind in the water--oh, wait, there they are.

   8:23 - Only Peter had the title of "High King." </nit-pick>

   8:24 - They are actually doing character development this time. Wait, how did Caspian know to bring the children's gifts from Father Christmas if he didn't know they were coming?

   8:36 - And the movie blows it. The Dark Island, instead of one episode as it was in the book, is now an all-consuming evil that our heroes much conquer. FUCK!

   8:39 - Wait, why does the pirate captain want to kill Eustace? (Retrospect: Now I realize "Who doesn't want to kill Eustace.)

   8:40 - Now we seek seven swords, supposedly from the Narnian Golden Age (the reign of the four children from the book,)...that were never mentioned in the entirety of the book series!!! (Retrospect: Wait, sailors out to collect otherwise pointless objects that would somehow obliterate a corrupting sea-based evil? This isn't Dawn Treader, it is Pirates of Dark Water!)

   8:45 - Oh, hey, little girl that doesn't exist in the book either. I want in on the creative meeting that cooked this up.

   8:49 - How are the Duffers invisible if they reportedly can't read? In the books, the chief Duffer's daughter made them all invisible by reading the Magician's spell-book.

   8:50 - Occurs to me that the Swords MacGuffin are rather useless. They are rusty and not yet indicated to be magical. (Retrospect: When we first see the sword, is it covered in rust, but then they suddenly turned pristine sometime after that.)

   8:51 - The beautifying spell is evil Green Mist magic, so why would the Magician have it?

   8:52 - Lucy steal the spell from the book, dragging out what was quickly resolved in the book.

   8:56 - The invisibility is to protect the Duffers from the Green Mist, as opposed to the book, in which the invisibility is self-inflicted. (Retrospect: Shouldn't the Magician be a little pissed now that the invisibility he cast supposedly for protection is now broken?)

   8:58 - "Evil has the upper hand." (Retrospect: Alas, I can't find the quote from CT Studd to counter this claim.)

   8:59 - Why are the swords magical!?

   9:00 - Stephan King thinks that the foreshadowing for the sea serpent is heavy-handed.

   9:01 - Beauty spell again.

   9:04 - Man, what a shitty CGI lion. Looks like an overgrown playtoy.

   9:07 - Eustace teleports again. Who is the real wizard?

   9:09 - Ancient MacGuffin Sword with +10 Magic Status Resist.

   9:11 - Being tempted is not the same as being bewitched. "But each man is tempted, when he is drawn away by his own lust, and enticed." - James 1:14, ASV

   9:12 - The mixed the Dragon and Deathwater islands from the book. This is actually a good thing, since they both explored the theme of greed.

   9:13 - The Green Mist turns Eustace into a dragon, where in the book, he was turned by sleeping on the gold "thinking dragonish thoughts."

   9:15 - They couldn't make finding the Swords MacGuffin any more anti-climatic.

   9:18 - Remember, kids, being tempted is just as bad as doing the deed itself!

   9:19 - Why is Pointless Girl with the group?

   9:23 - "How are we getting to Remandu's now." Oh, I donno, Edmund, how about by rowing...which we saw the instant before you asked that!?

   9:31 - Pointless Girl is pointless.

   9:32 - Why would would the Green Mist turn one of the people dedicated to destroy it into a more tactically advantageous form?

   9:34 - Nice artistic subilty, making the mast of the Dawn Treader look like a cross in the Mist. (Retrospect: I doubt this was intentional, given how the movies love to water down any kind of Christianity in these stories, or maybe some more artistic person lower down rebelled and the execs didn't catch it.)

   9:37 - In succession: "You cannot escape!" "Leave before it is too late!"

   9:38 - When told that the Mist can read your thoughts to create your worst nightmare, Edmund thought of the Sea Serpent. At least it wasn't the StayPuff Marshmellow Man. The Serpent itself is hideous, probably too scary for the children-dominated audience; it is downright Lovecraftian (:iconcoelacanth1938: would love it.)

   9:42 - Alsan uses the power of literal Dues Ex Machina to heal Eustace. (Retrospect: I don't know heal is the right word, because it was very handy up until now. The book made Eustace feel like isolated because of his hideousness and his inconvenience to the crew. The film made the mistake of making him too useful and too cute.)

   9;43 - "Man the Harpoons!"

   9:44 - Why is the Mist at Aslan's Table? So much for the auto-enforcing no-violence rule mentioned earlier.

   9:45 - The Seven Swords MacGuffin combine to create the Super MegaSword! (Retrospect: Why is Peter's sword glowing? Is it magical too? Are there actually eight Swords MacGuffin? Was this ever indicated before now?)

   9:47 - Convenient that those rescued from the Mist are still in little boats.

   9:48 - Eustace is a real boy! (Retrospect: Wait, he was just at Aslan's Table. How is he in the water just off the Dawn Treader? Did he teleport again?)

   9:48 - Yes, Caspian, you must be close to Aslan's country if you can see it!

   9:49 - So, the kids, Caspian, and Reepicheep all decide to go to Aslan's country without any discussion or reason.

   9:50 - Aslan offers to let Caspian commit suicide.

   9:51 - Caspian decided not too, so Reepicheep does it istead. (Retrospect: I should mention that in the book, Reepicheep had to enter Aslan's country to wake the remaining Narnian lords from their enchanted sleep. In the movie, it looks like he just happily killed himself for no reason.)

   9:52 - Aslan, Spiritual Sophist Preacher.

   9:54 - We might get to know you, Aslan, if you showed up for longer than a total 10 minutes per movie!

   And that's the end of my notation. Overall, this is a hard movie to judge, because i actually think this, despite the ass-rape the book took shortly into the movie, is the best of the Narnia movies so far. This isn't saying that much, but it actually makes an effort at being unique from LOTR and Harry Potter while remaining somewhat spiritually faithful to the books...on the whole...taking one thing with the other. It seems like it could breathe new life into the franchise after it was on it's deathbed after Prince Caspian. I surprisingly enjoyed myself, and didn't rage too much. It's worth seeing at least once.
  • Mood: Disgust
  • Listening to: The air conditioner
  • Drinking: Dr Pepper…



*headdesk* *headdesk* *headdesk*

What the fuck is this shit?

Mr. Straczynski, you are a brilliant writer. You won all sorts of awards for your work, and Babylon 5 is a cult classic. But there is a reason why everyone remembers Star Trek, even if it was mostly overrated, while a few have even heard of Babylon 5, and that is because you do not understand people.

As best as I can tell, you gave Wonder Woman a makeover to "modernize" her. I hate this fucking concept. The artistic obsession with the absolute present is why American culture has been in a tailspin ever since the early 90's. Why? Because the funny thing about the present is that as soon as you realize any particular moment as the present, it is already the past. The now gives you no time to even consider its nature. It's the artistic equivalent of a one-night stand, and quite as often leaves you with visceral discomfort. American art has become insipid and trashy because only insipid and trashy people considers an airy and worthless concept such as the present to be artistic.

The majority of people concentrate their temporal considerations on two things: the past, and the future. They get nostalgic about the past, and they hope fort he future. Why? Because the present invariably sucks. It is always the least desirable state, where you are neither starting nor ending, wandering the wasteland of the now to find the oasis of something tangible, something permanent. It is because of this nearly constant plebeian obsession with where they are not that raises the concept of transcendence, of things that are unaffected, of heroes that wage constant war against Tyrant Time. We have a name for these things: "icons."

Popular superheroes tend to meet this definition of "icon." They tend to have been around for a very long time and have changed very little, instead building on what they already have. The transcendent makes for very good building material. They have had phases of different era, different artists, and different writers, but they have had qualities that exists even through their tumultuous environment, The commoners like that. They love that. In previous eras, they made gods out of that. It's what fires the imagination, that speaks to the soul of humanity.

And you dared to touch it, Straczynski. It's like you took a work of Shakespeare's, scratched everything out, and then wrote in beat-poetry. It is an absolutely disgraceful thing you have done, and you ought to feel foolish. You tried to fix what wasn't broken, and you just broke it. There are reasons why the word "iconoclast" raises hackles.
  • Mood: Unhappy
  • Watching: World's Dumbest
  • Drinking: Dr Pepper
I tried my hand of building my own computer today. It could have gone better.

If you are planning on do your own build sometime, I'm going to tell you what nobody told me: You are not Dr. Frankenstein. Don't think you can get random parts and put them together, because it will not work. You have to make sure everything fits, or else you'll be left with holding a couple of pieces in your hands and a bitter feeling of disappointment.
  • Mood: Tired
  • Drinking: Dr Pepper
So I finally got around to seeing the movie tonight. I had been avoiding it because of what I have been hearing about it, believing it to be an unjustified rape of Alan Moore's classic comic, but I finally caved and saw it. This journal has some spoilers, so if you haven't seen the film yet, you may wish to skip this entry.

It's an oddly creepy film. It's true that the book is no ray of sunshine either, but this film was discomforting in a different way, a bad way. I'm not sure I have seen a film that tried so hard to be ironic, with several scenes of violence and chaos haphazardly overlayed with a cheery 70's tune. It seemed that this movie, violently jamming it's tongue into its cheek until it was frenching the theater next door, failed to realize that the soul of irony isn't that it is idiocentric, but rather it is asserted reality against a falsehood. Being randomly dissonant isn't wit; it is begging for attention.

Technically, this film was unpolished. There are a few moments where a special effects failure was so noticeable, it was a wonder survived ten seconds into post-production. The worst I saw was the scene where Rorschach murders the child-molester. When the cleaver split the man's skull, the screen froze for a split-second, like when a video game lags. It was really weird, and betrayed some laziness on the part of the editors.

The plot has been discussed to death, so I won't comment on it beyond believing that a lot of the philosophical clash at the end seemed rushed and trite. Would have still preferred the giant squid, too.

It seemed to be a film made exclusively for the fans of the book, but does not attempt to live up to the fandom's expectations. I believe that it is true what I have been told, that it was the best shot at an adaption Hollywood could do, but it simply wasn't good enough. Overall, I would give it a 6 out of 10.
  • Watching: Burn Notice
Let me start out by introducing Taylor Swift. She is a rising country star, not even a legal adult yet, with a bit of a pop flavoring, a redneck Miley Cyrus, as if it could get any more redneck.

I hate her so much.

Her songs, in my opinion, represent the basest of female sexual tendencies. Her first song "Love Story," while committing the philistine error of committing her relationship favorably to Romeo and Juliet, can be summed up as "I am in a mildly unpleasant home-life, so I am going to sit on my hands and wait for sweety-poo to come and rescue me." For her second, which name escapes me (it doesn't deserve it, anyway,) the basic message is "that girl you're with has her own opinions that differ from yours, so dump her for my bland ass, because she's a whore." These are ideas I, or any other male worth having, will not appreciate having in his mate.

Anyway, I was listening to the second song on the radio, because I don't channel surf, when something struck me. This girl who glorifies female subservience is a rising star. Plus, there has been a hit movie released that has been criticized--quietly, as critics valued their lives--for having a shallow passive teenage girl as a lead character, and have her continually defer to a dashing member of a race meant to symbolize ultimate selfishness. Go on, guess the title, and you'll get a free garlic wreathe.

I find this cultural trend disturbing, and I'm not one hide from falling sky. The coming generation of women is glorifying passiveness and subjugation to the worst of suitors, and being happy about it, even if your mate is a damned monster who feeds on your species. What the hell, ladies? We went through decades of bra-burning and castration just to get a fairer sex that is even mousier than before?
Well, more of a friend of a friend.  You see, my friend :iconbigevilogre: is the king of furry boxing commisions (even bought a couple from me.)  He has a website where he houses these commissions at his site which is hosted by a student as a school project, and part of the criteria of his grade is how much the site is visited.  Help me help him help him...yeah...get a good grade.

Big Evil Ogre's Homepage

Thanks, guys.
  Given the current debate on DA, I decided to discuss the issue with a professional author friend of mine, and this was our discourse (the authors name has been changed.)

LoneWolf says:
   How much do you know about copyright laws?
LE says:
   a bit, yes
LoneWolf says:
   There is a bit of contraversy on DeviantArt about a clause in there TOS that allows submissions to be used for their own use, or something
LE says:
LoneWolf says:
   Some claim that because of that clause, if someone owns DA, he can claim ownership of any submission
LE says:
LE says:
   Just the right to use it.
LoneWolf says:
   I do know something about automatic rights, like anything written by one is his until 70 or so years after his death
LE says:
   When an author sells a story, he's giving the publisher the rights to print that story, not the actual ownership.
LoneWolf says:
   And would this include the sale of copies such submissions?
LE says:
   Yes. They have the right to sell copies, with the author receiving a specified percentage of the profits.
LE says:
   The contract expires at a given time, and then the author can renegotiate or go elsewhere
LoneWolf says:
   Could using space on a server without cost in turn in exchange of free use of the material in said space be construed as an exchange of goods?
LE says:
   pretty much. Except that the owner of the site can't just use the art for their own purposes. They trade space on the server for permission to post whatever the artist submits
LoneWolf says:
   Meaning, an artist or author still deserves to be paid if DA say sells his or her material
LE says:
   assuming they agree to have their work sold in the first place
LoneWolf says:
   The agrument is that DA could use that clause to simply use that material in any way they see fit without consulting the original creator of said material.
LE says:
   no, they can't.

   Well, there it is: your artwork and stories are perfectly safe.  Now, can we drop this fight, pwease?
100 Questions

---{100 Little Things You Didn't Know About Me}---

1. Full Name: Derek Joel Laughlin
2. Nicknames: DJ
3. Birthday: 4/15
4. Place of Birth: Norton, KS
5. Zodiac Sign: Aries
6. Male or Female: Male
7. Grade: n/a
8. School: n/a
9. Occupation: Unemployed
10. Residence: KS
11. Screen Name: LoneWolf

__Your Appearance___

12. Hair Color: Brown
13. Hair Length: A tad long in back.
14. Eye color: Brown
15. Best Feature: Uh...
16. Height: 5'8"
17. Braces?: No
18. Glasses?: Nope
19. Piercing: No
20. Tattoos: No
21. Righty or Lefty: Righty

___Your 'Firsts'___

22. First best friend: Heath V.
23. First Award: Carrier of the Year
24. First Sport: Baseball
25. First pet: Spur (husky)
26. First Real Vacation: Colorado Springs, CO
27. First Concert: Phillips, Creig, and Dean.
28. First Love: Not fair to say.

___ Favorites___

29. Movie: Lord of the Rings
30. TV Show: House, MD
31. Colors: Purple
32. Rapper: Eww...
33. Bands: Uh...
34. Song Right Now: Hmm...
35. Friend: Archone
36. Candy: SweetTarts!
37. Sport to Play: Boxing.
38. Restaurant: I'll eat anywhere good.
39. Favorite brand to wear: Doesn't matter to me.
40. Store: Walmart
41. School Subject: Art
42. Animal: Wolf
43. Book: The Man Who was Thursday
44. Magazine: Meh...
45. Shoes: DOn't care about those either


46. Feeling: Woebegone
47. Single or Taken: Single
48. Have a crush: Yes.
49. Eating: Nothing
50. Drinking: Nothing
51. Typing: This journal.
52. Online: I have no where else to go.
53. Listening To: Where Dragons Rule (artist unknown)
54. Thinking About: What am I going to do with my life.
55. Wanting To: Get a decent chair so my back wouldn't hurt.
56. Watching: TV is off.
57. Wearing: Winter clothes.  (It's cold here!)


58. Want Kids? No...well, maybe a daughter...
59. Want to be Married? Donno
61. Where do you want to live: I don't particularly care.
62. Car: If it runs, I'll drive it.

__Which is Better With The Opposite Sex___

63. Hair color: Brown, or black
64. Hair length: Long or Bobbed
65. Eye color: Brown.
66. Measurements: Moderate Hourglass or inverted triangle (Yeah, I am superficial.  Shoot me)
67. Cute or Sexy: A little of both.
68. Lips or Eyes: Eyes
69. Hugs or Kisses: Hugs
70. Short or Tall: Tall
71. Easygoing or serious: Serious.
72. Romantic or Spontaneous: Spontinaity makes me grouchy,
73. Fatty or Skinny: Trim and fit.
74. Sensitive or Loud: Sensitive.
75. Hook-up or Relationship: Relationship.
76. Sweet or Caring: They are different?
77. Trouble Maker or Hesitant One: Hesitant one.

___Have you ever______

78. Kissed a Stranger: No
79. Had Alcohol: No. (Have you got any on you?)
80. Smoked: No.
81. Ran Away From Home: No
82. Broken a bone: No
83. Got an X-ray: No
84. Been with someone: No
85. Broken Someones Heart: Probably.
86. Broke Up With Someone: Yes.
87. Cried When Someone Died: Yes.
88. Cried At School: Yes.

___Do You Believe In___

89. God: Yes.
90. Miracles: Yes.
91. Love At First sight: No
92. Ghosts: Yes
93. Aliens: Yes
94. Soul Mates: No
95. Heaven: Yes.
96. Hell: Yes.
97. Angels: Yes.
98. Kissing on The First Date: No
99. Horoscopes: No.

___Answer Truthfully___

100. Is There Someone You Want But You Know You Can't have? Oh, yes...
My dear friend :iconkatwarrior: had this on her journal to her friends, that whoever comments get these enlightening apects of her ideas about them, with the obligation of posting the results in their journals.  Here is my results, and my comments thereof.

1. I'll respond with something random about you.
     You like Lupe
2. I'll tell you what song/movie reminds me of you.
     Hotel California
    "Wouldn't have anything to do with the 'can never leave' line, would it?"
3. I'll pick a flavor of jello to wrestle with you in.
     Blackberry. Because.
    "Would a interesting experience, especially since I never heard of blackberry jello...wrestle in          jello?"
4. I'll say something that only makes sense to you and me.
     Um... I dunno for this one.
    "Makes sense...we have had some confusing things between us."
5. I'll tell you my first/clearest memory of you.
     You lamenting the loss of your avatar on NR's board. Don't ask.
    "Oh, that....heh"
6. I'll tell you what animal you remind me of
     A wolf. That's a no-brainer, eh?
    "Is it that obvious?"
7. I'll ask you something that I've always wondered about you.
     Do you like coffee? (Haven't always wondered, but I had to ask something I didn't know)
    "Does bin Ladin donate to charity?"

Well, there's my end of the promise.

Wrestle in jello...?

(I can only dream! :D )
I got my own internet, I dismissed that annoying filter, I'm looking for a job, and I'm getting a bit bolder in what I believe is right.

Beware, world: the next generation of Lone Wolf is here.
Congradulations extended to the new Pope Benedict (of which number I have sadly forgotten.)  May he rule wisely and righteously before God, and may he have long life.
:iconneoalffy: neoalffy

Thanks to all who visited my page. :)
I noticed that I am beginning to grow in pageviews, though still slowly.  I think that I, because everybody else has and to help raise the pageviews, will do a gift pic for the deviant who is the 1,000th viewer of my site.

Here that?  If you hit 1,000 pageviews, send me a screenshot as proof and I will do a gift, and I will draw a pic for you, whatever you want.

...except porn...

...and yaoi...
A little reminder to select the Scraps box on your watch list.  I sometimes put stuff in Scraps too.
Real Men...

1. Can kick butt, but are gentle instead.
2. Aren't afraid of being called handsome.
3. Aren't afraid of liking "girly" things, such as puppies, flowers, or pink.
4. Know women are people, not sex toys.
5. Think with their brains instead of their balls.
6. Know that stupidity, trouble-making and rule-breaking are not manhood rites.
7. Does not listen to the scoffing of boys and fools.
8. Does not attempted to prove himself to said idiots.
9. Can tolerate a mouthing, or a punch, because they are tough enough.
10. Are rare, indeed.

A little bit of a rant against the kids I work with.  You won't believe the BS I get from these guys, and I've just boiled over.  They think they are hot stuff because they do everything opposite the list, but they're up to their folicles in crap.

A bit of LoneWolf rant, served hot just for you.
ABC had been showing reruns of Digimon at 6 AM, and I'd been tuning in to watch.  The shows started where I had last left off on season 3, chronicling the final conflicts with the D-reaper.  Every was going as plan until...the ending....

The Digimon didn't die...

The Digimon didn't die...


I had been totally misled about the ending of season 3.  I had thought that the humans destroyed the digital world because of the threat to mankind, but instead the Digimon where just sucked back into their own world and the worlds were cut off.

I tell you...this SUCKS!

Why?  I had been writing a fanfic for some time based on the premise that the humans tried to the delete the Digital World, but instead had only cut it off.  This new revelation ruins everything!  I might be able to hang onto most of the stuff, but its not as hard-hitting as before.

I'm not going to let the producers get away with this...

LoneWolf:  Puny anime creators...STEP FORWARD!

PACs (Puny anime creators): *cower*

LoneWolf: You mortal wretches have foiled my schemes for the last time!

PACs [whining]: Oh, please, master fanfic creator, don't harm us...

LoneWolf: OK, I'll just let my hitwoman take care of you.

PACs:  Hitwoman?

LoneWolf:  Yes.  Sic 'em, Renamon.

Renamon:  With pleaser, master fanboy of myself. *rips all the PACs" WEAKLING THROATS OUT!!!

Yeah, I'm bitter...