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SeanHowe

Evil Bunnies

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Man the Watership Down book messed with my head as well. When Fiver has the fit and is twitching on the ground. MAN!

As Mr Cup always says,
''I pretend to work. They pretend to pay me.''
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A pink bunny with a pistol. Now thats scary, especially if you had a few pints of beer before hand.
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Gawd, watership down had me scared as a kind. It was like a junior bloodfest!
I can''t remember the character well, I think it was the General was the big bad ass rabit.

One eye, Mono-opic creatures are scary. More so when the once had two. Are these rabits going around on all fours or anthromorphised to be walking on two legs?

Broken, twised, re-animated. Have them crawl on their forelegs, with the hind draging on the floor. But fast. And a nasty scurying sound!

Break their bodies, have them at weird angles. Give them two heads.

Why are these bunnies evil. Mad scientist (freelance vivisectionist?) Alien Bunnies, taken from this planet at the dawn of bunnykind, Placed on a inhospitable planet. Forced to evolved twisted to survive!

We need to know more about the culture and reasoning here!
Also what size sprites are you using.

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What else do you need; besides a miricle.
Money. Lots of Money. or I''ll never do a sequel!
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Hey, all bunnies are evil. Don''t let their cute posterior fool you.

But at least they''re not as evil as chickens! Has anyone here ever raised chickens? They seem to enjoy killing and eating each other for fun.

E:cb woof!
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Well, if you want a really scary bunny picture, how about Oprah Winfrey in a Playmate Bunny Outfit? I know that would scare the crap out of me!

Man was born to game, we only work to pay for our toys!
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