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Neville and Lillum by RCBlazer
Neville and Lillum
Although they are an archangel and a demon (normally supposed to be bitter enemies), Neville the Light Lord of Balance and Lillum the Dark Lady of Balance are actually a married couple! After the incident in Townsville where Blazer attacked the Powerpuff Girls as the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction, Angel brought Blazer to them in the hope that they could help him gain control of himself in Paragon form.

Like any married couple, the two are known to bicker on occasion. Neville believes Blazer's transformation to be a lost cause, and believes they should eliminate the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction before he can cause any harm, while his wife believes Blazer can learn to control this power through proper training and education on the matter that Angel has unwittingly roped him into.

Lillum: At least give him a chance to try. It's not like Angel knew that Burn was the original choice for the Paragon of Destruction.

Neville: Oh very well, but before you ask me, no we can't keep him! Once he is finished here, Blazer is leaving! From that point on, he becomes Angel's responsibility.

Lillum: Hmmph, you're no fun sometimes. =P
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Blazer suddenly finds himself floating over what appears to be the ocean. Looking down, he sees a school of fish swimming in the water below, feeling his arm raise and charge a shot to attack them.

"No, please don't." Blazer says as he fires a blast of energy at the fish. Much to his surprise, the shot ricochets off the surface of the water, scaring the fish away instead of harming them!

"What? What just happened?" Blazer asks, trying to lower his arm before it fires any more energy blasts.

"Welcome to my home, Blazer." An unfamiliar male voice speaks out to the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction. Blazer feels himself instinctively turn to face the source of the voice, seeing a regal looking man dressed in white and gold armor.

"Who are you?" Blazer asks as he fires a burst of blue and orange energy from his eyes at the unfamiliar person against his own will! "Oh no, watch out!"

The mysterious gentleman suddenly grows a large pair of glowing wings that flap forward and shield him from the attack! "Don't worry about me, I am more than capable of handling myself. Angel was right to bring you here, although she should have asked me first. Such a reckless girl, that one."

"Who are you?" Blazer asks as he feels himself propelling himself forward to attack the seemingly divine being that Angel must have brought him to for help. "I'm really sorry, I can't stop myself from doing these things!"

"Oh, don't you worry yourself about this." the glowing winged stranger replies, easily parrying a punch, followed by a kick from Blazer, then swinging around behind him to dodge another punch before putting Blazer in a sleeper hold! "You aren't the first to attempt such a blasphemous act as attacking one of the Lords of Light. My name is Neville, and I am the Light Lord of Balance."

"Stop that! What are you doing?" Angel shouts, descending from above with her sword drawn. "I brought you here to help Blazer, not hurt him!"

"I know that. He is the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction; he can handle a lot more abuse than this." Neville replies, striking Blazer hard on the top of his head as if giving him a noogie. Blazer cries out in pain as his body struggles to free itself from the divine lord's grasp to no avail. "As powerful as he is in Paragon form however, he is no match for one such as myself."

"I don't want to hurt you!" Blazer shouts back. "My body is acting on its own! It's been doing so ever since I got this power!"

"Yes, about that. You didn't know this would happen, did you Angel?" Neville asks, giving her a stern look while still restraining Blazer. "You know better than to tamper with powers you don't quite understand. The poor boy acts against his own wishes now; nothing left to do but put him down."

Angel's eyes widen. "What? No, you can't!"

"That sounds a bit extreme, don't you think?" A new female voice is heard asking, as a cloud of light blue smoke starts to appear. From the smoke emerges a woman with red skin and long, light blue hair tied in a ponytail. She is dressed in long gloves and high heeled boots, white in color, and wears a black dress with light blue frills that reminds Blazer of the clothes worn by Him  for some reason.

"Lillum, I've got this well in hand." Neville says to the demon woman, looking at Blazer with a smile. "This is my wife Lillum, the Dark Lady of Balance. Say hello."

"Hello ma'am, It's a pleasure to meet you." Blazer says, sounding as friendly as ever despite his struggling to break free from Neville's grasp to attack.

"Oh he is such a well mannered boy, and so adorable!" Lillum says, tilting her head and smiling happily at Blazer. "Can we keep him Neville?"

"You want to adopt him?" Neville asks, looking a bit confused. "I'm afraid we can't really do that. Angel awakened him as the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction, and now he's out of control."

"So? We just have to show him how to take back control." Lillum says, making a gesture with her hand that Neville takes as his cue to release Blazer. "Don't be shy young man. Come attack me as best you can!"

"I doubt I have a choice." Blazer replies as he immediately lunges at Lillum, launching a volley of punches at her. Lillum disappears right before Blazer reaches her, reappearing right behind Blazer and placing a hand on his shoulder.

"You missed me, sweetheart." Lillum tells him in a calm, understanding sounding tone. She pats Blazer softly on the shoulder, but this seemingly harmless gesture causes Blazer to fall forward, as though he were struck hard in the back by a speeding train rather than tapped lightly on the arm by a woman.

"Do you see what I mean, dear?" Neville asks his wife. "Blazer is in no condition to learn how to control this power. Best to get rid of him now before he does something he won't forgive himself for."

"Nonsense. He's only having difficulty controlling himself because this Paragon form was not meant for him." Lillum replies, her tranquil smile never leaving her face.

"What does that mean?" Angel asks. "Blazer was never meant to be the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction?"

"Not exactly." Neville answers. "Blazer was a last minute change in the grand scheme. It occured after the original choice for the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction allowed himself to be altered beyond recognition."

"Perhaps you should tell Angel who it was supposed to be." Lillum suggests to her angelic husband. Neville looks at his demonic wife as though she had suggested eating something gross.

"I want to know! Who was supposed to be the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction?" Angel shouts, nearly demanding to be told. "If Blazer was not meant for this, then who was?"

"It was Burn dear. Burn was supposed to be the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction." Lillum answers. Angel's face immediately goes pale upon hearing this.

"No. It can't be..."

"Oh, now look what you've done!" Neville scolds Lillum. "Don't you think Angel feels bad enough, having doomed such an innocent young man the way she did? Yes, Burn was the original choice for the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction. His trial of sacrifice would have been leading those two thugs Brick and Butch to helping him wipe out Viletown."

"Once he was successful, Jazenok Blackskull the Voidbringer would have awakened Burn as the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction as his reward." Lillum tells Angel, finishing the story for her husband.

"Blazer stopped him." Angel tells the Lord and Lady of Balance. "Burn would have succeeded if not for Blazer; I went to Townsville and saved him from being destroyed by the Powerpuff Girls, who had wrongly accused Blazer for Burn's evil actions against them. He agreed right away to help me. He should have been angry for what happened to him, but he wasn't. He should not have wanted to help me, but he did!"

"Looks like fate chose a rather cruel means of punishing Blazer for interfering." Neville says, pointing at the orange streak of light heading for them. "Here he comes again. Angel, you started this incident, and I think it's high time you took responsibility for it."

"I can't hurt Blazer." Angel says, shaking her head. "I won't!"

"Don't let Neville give you the wrong idea." Lillum replies, kneeling down to hug Angel and talk softly into her ear. "You aren't going to be fighting Blazer with the intent to harm him, you are going to be fighting Blazer with the intent of training him."

"How? How will any of this be proper training for him?" Angel asks.

"Trust me dear. Would I steer you wrong?" Lillum asks.

"I don't know, you are a demon." Neville replies with a playful smirk, which causes Lillum to frown at him in response.

"Just what is THAT supposed to mean, husband?" Lillum asks, looking quite upset. "Just because you're an angel, that means you never told anyone a lie before? Is that it?"

"I didn't mean to offend you, sweetheart; it was just a joke!" Neville says, raising his hands in a "please don't kill me" gesture directed as his wife. "Angel, you worry about Blazer, all right? Lillum and I will be over here."

Angel nods and turns away from the bickering couple, focusing on Blazer as he flies toward her, prepared for another attack he may or may not have any control over.
Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction Part 5
Brought to another reality by Angel, Blazer meets a married couple who claim to be able to help him control himself as the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction, or at the very least destroy him before he can cause any real harm.
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Uzi, the Daughter of Blister and Vile by RCBlazer
Uzi, the Daughter of Blister and Vile
When Blister met a girl named Vile, a half demon from the Scorchlands ruled by Isengo Lavoss, neither one of them had expected to fall in love with each other. Although Blister was only with Vile for a short time before he was turned into a vampire, it was seemingly just enough time to get her pregnant! :O

As soon as Vile found out she was going to have Blister's child, she went to the cave under Mojo's lab (where she had been hiding him during the day) to reveal the news to him. Before she got a chance to tell him however, Blackheart appeared and dragged her out through a portal! Love and Loss

As Vile quickly learned, Blackheart regretted helping Vile save Blister from the Devilpuffs, and had revealed the location of the hiding place to Blister's counterpart Boiler, so that Boiler could go in and destroy him. Boiler was successful in doing so, leading Vile to reveal to Blackheart that she was carrying Blister's child, and that it was her fault she never got the chance to tell him! Vile was sent back to the lair, but not before Vile swore revenge against Blackheart for the part she had played in destroying Blister. DAMN THEM!!

However, Blackheart disappeared shortly after Vile revealed her pregnancy to her. It wouldn't be until after Vile gives birth to her child (a girl, whom she names Uzi) that she learns what happened to Blackheart. The dark princess of the Black Void had traveled to a magical medieval world known as Wonder. According to the Devilpuffs (who delighted in revealing this particular information to the girl who had crossed them before), the Blackheart Vile wanted revenge against had technically "died" while in Wonder, only to be reborn as the Powerpuff Paragon of Shadow! The Devilpuffs also reveal the known identities of the next Powerpuff Paragons to Vile; the Paragon of Destruction, and the Paragon of Fire. Vile Finds Out

This picture is of Uzi in three forms. The first is Baby Uzi, blissfully unaware of the life dedicated to vengeance that lies before her.
Next is Uzi at the standard age of Powerpuff Girls. She isn't very happy about never getting to meet her father, vampire or otherwise! :fear:
Lastly, Uzi as the Powerpuff Paragon of Fire, having been awakened by Isengo Lavoss, the Dark Lord of the Scorchlands! With this power, Uzi can stand against the Powerpuff Paragon of Shadow, just like mom wanted all along!

Uzi is the daughter of Blister by :icondynamoe: and Vile by :iconrcblazer: <- Hey, that's me! =D
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Dragonball Xenoverse Blazer by RCBlazer
Dragonball Xenoverse Blazer
I've been playing a lot of Dragonball Xenoverse lately, and decided to upload some screenshots of my custom characters. First up is Blazer, my main for Online Battles against other players when not using the normal DBZ roster. I took this screenshot of Blazer during his use of the ability Symphonic Destruction. It's also the inspiration for making Blazer the Powerpuff Paragon of Destruction in my PPG fanfictions.
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For some reason a lot of games, especially games in the AAA market, have been promoting the idea of preordering the game well in advance, offering things like cosmetic bonuses or even exclusive levels and characters for doing so. I feel this is a terrible direction for video gaming to go, and I will explain why.

First of all, the whole point of preordering games way back when; video games exclusively came in physical form. Cartridges, CDs, DVDs, UMDs, Cassette Tapes, whatever they came on, and being in a physical form meant that stores could sell out of that particular title, especially if the game in question was popular enough to warrant this. Those days are over with the advent of digital distribution; the company can never, ever run out of digital copies of the game to sell to you, because you digitally download into to your console or PC now.

The idea of getting exclusive items through preordering a game, cosmetic or otherwise, is a bad joke the gaming industry is still telling years later. Separating small, or in some egregious examples, big portions of the game from people who chose to wait for the actual release of the game before putting money down to get it is just plain wrong. It causes a rift in the community, especially if said preorder bonus was an exclusive map or playable character. One that will never be available to anyone else ever again, unless the developers later turn around and try to sell that piece of the game back as DLC, which is also a major problem with the industry today. The issues with DLC are already bad enough (selling portions of the game that should have been/were in the game in the first place) without preorder bonus content making the problem even worse!

The next issue involves the games themselves. Every single game I have seen receive high amounts of preorder sales turns out to be extremely disappointing, and in some really bad cases, a buggy, glitchy mess! Aliens: Colonial Marines, Watch Dogs, Destiny, Assassin's Creed: Unity, Mortal Kombat X, and now the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight have all had serious issues upon game release, and this isn't even going into games that require a constant connection to online servers to even function! When Diablo 3 and SimCity first came out, they didn't work at all, because the servers were not up and running! Getting the game early is not a factor, because you still will only get to start playing the game at the same time as everybody else; when the servers for said game actually come up! As an aside, you can already preorder Fallout 4 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, and those games aren't scheduled to be released until November at the earliest! At this point developers could totally take advantage of gamers giving them money for a game that isn't even in the Alpha stages of development, and still make money off of it! At this point, why even finish the game? They could take your money and go home!

This leads to the next part of the problem with preordering: The gamers preordering the games. How many times do you need to get scammed by the games industry before you learn? All too often I see posts on gaming forums about people upset because they bought the game in advance and it doesn't work properly, or it isn't nearly as good as they thought it would be, who then turn around and preorder another game, only for the cycle to happen to them again! By preordering these games, you are telling the games' developers that you are perfectly fine with being ripped off! You are giving them the message that they can release a game as broken as Assassin's Creed: Unity, or a game as disappointing as Destiny, and not have to worry about ironing out any of the problems with these games because in a year from now, you're going to preorder the next game in the series anyway!

I actually read one person say they preorder games saying they would forget to purchase the game on release. That is the dumbest excuse I have ever heard! Just put it a wishlist! If you use Steam like me, the wishlist will let you know when the game has been officially released, and if you want to wait for the price to drop, it will even tell you when the game goes on sale! The best part? It doesn't cost any money at all to do this! The only way to end the cycle of broken, unfinished games being sold long before they even get released is to stop buying them before they get released!

As I say this, I will admit that I am excited for the release of Fallout 4. I own Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, and Fallout New Vegas, and the games are great, if a bit problematic to get working at times. That being said, I have put Fallout 4 on my Steam wishlist and will wait to see how the game plays before I even consider putting money down to get it. I advise you to do the same with ANY and ALL games you have an interest in playing.
  • Mood: Spidey Sense
  • Playing: Dragonball Xenoverse
  • Eating: Chicken and Macaroni & Cheese
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper Vanilla Float
For some reason a lot of games, especially games in the AAA market, have been promoting the idea of preordering the game well in advance, offering things like cosmetic bonuses or even exclusive levels and characters for doing so. I feel this is a terrible direction for video gaming to go, and I will explain why.

First of all, the whole point of preordering games way back when; video games exclusively came in physical form. Cartridges, CDs, DVDs, UMDs, Cassette Tapes, whatever they came on, and being in a physical form meant that stores could sell out of that particular title, especially if the game in question was popular enough to warrant this. Those days are over with the advent of digital distribution; the company can never, ever run out of digital copies of the game to sell to you, because you digitally download into to your console or PC now.

The idea of getting exclusive items through preordering a game, cosmetic or otherwise, is a bad joke the gaming industry is still telling years later. Separating small, or in some egregious examples, big portions of the game from people who chose to wait for the actual release of the game before putting money down to get it is just plain wrong. It causes a rift in the community, especially if said preorder bonus was an exclusive map or playable character. One that will never be available to anyone else ever again, unless the developers later turn around and try to sell that piece of the game back as DLC, which is also a major problem with the industry today. The issues with DLC are already bad enough (selling portions of the game that should have been/were in the game in the first place) without preorder bonus content making the problem even worse!

The next issue involves the games themselves. Every single game I have seen receive high amounts of preorder sales turns out to be extremely disappointing, and in some really bad cases, a buggy, glitchy mess! Aliens: Colonial Marines, Watch Dogs, Destiny, Assassin's Creed: Unity, Mortal Kombat X, and now the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight have all had serious issues upon game release, and this isn't even going into games that require a constant connection to online servers to even function! When Diablo 3 and SimCity first came out, they didn't work at all, because the servers were not up and running! Getting the game early is not a factor, because you still will only get to start playing the game at the same time as everybody else; when the servers for said game actually come up! As an aside, you can already preorder Fallout 4 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, and those games aren't scheduled to be released until November at the earliest! At this point developers could totally take advantage of gamers giving them money for a game that isn't even in the Alpha stages of development, and still make money off of it! At this point, why even finish the game? They could take your money and go home!

This leads to the next part of the problem with preordering: The gamers preordering the games. How many times do you need to get scammed by the games industry before you learn? All too often I see posts on gaming forums about people upset because they bought the game in advance and it doesn't work properly, or it isn't nearly as good as they thought it would be, who then turn around and preorder another game, only for the cycle to happen to them again! By preordering these games, you are telling the games' developers that you are perfectly fine with being ripped off! You are giving them the message that they can release a game as broken as Assassin's Creed: Unity, or a game as disappointing as Destiny, and not have to worry about ironing out any of the problems with these games because in a year from now, you're going to preorder the next game in the series anyway!

I actually read one person say they preorder games saying they would forget to purchase the game on release. That is the dumbest excuse I have ever heard! Just put it a wishlist! If you use Steam like me, the wishlist will let you know when the game has been officially released, and if you want to wait for the price to drop, it will even tell you when the game goes on sale! The best part? It doesn't cost any money at all to do this! The only way to end the cycle of broken, unfinished games being sold long before they even get released is to stop buying them before they get released!

As I say this, I will admit that I am excited for the release of Fallout 4. I own Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, and Fallout New Vegas, and the games are great, if a bit problematic to get working at times. That being said, I have put Fallout 4 on my Steam wishlist and will wait to see how the game plays before I even consider putting money down to get it. I advise you to do the same with ANY and ALL games you have an interest in playing.
  • Mood: Spidey Sense
  • Playing: Dragonball Xenoverse
  • Eating: Chicken and Macaroni & Cheese
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper Vanilla Float

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Richard Cram
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
United States
Current Residence: California
Favourite genre of music: Video Game music
MP3 player of choice: Windows Media Player
Shell of choice: The hardest one.
Wallpaper of choice: Powerpuff Blossom orbiting the Earth, staring down Bane. (Screenshot from Powerpuff Z 2)
Skin of choice: I'm pale and burn easily.
Favourite cartoon character: South Park, The Powerpuff Girls
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GregoryFields Featured By Owner 5 days ago
Hey RC. Could i ask you something?
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RCBlazer Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Sure. =)
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GregoryFields Featured By Owner 5 days ago
Um, I was wondering if I could make a story based off the comic you made for me?
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RCBlazer Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Of course. =)
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Im-Dirty-Dan Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i beat the powerpuff girls one by one on powerpuff z 3 :evillaugh:
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RCBlazer Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice. :thumbsup: Have you unlocked the hidden characters yet?
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KingofTheDragons1 Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2015
sup
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RCBlazer Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi  there. :wave:
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KingofTheDragons1 Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2015
how are you been doing?
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RCBlazer Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm hanging in there. =)
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