Monday, July 14, 2008

Aeris (Bonus)

I was browsing a gaming magazine when I came across a jaw dropping picture of Aeris wearing sandals for her appearance in FF7 Crisis Core. Of course I couldn't wait to share it with everyone so I did a web search for it. Enjoy!!!


Sorry for my lack of story updates recently...it's been a hectic couple of days. Hopefully my schedule should clear up soon.

Until next time
-KSC

28 comments:

  1. All of a sudden, I really want to get this game. Good picture you got here, KSC.

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  2. Me too...If only they had Tifa promotional artwork like this. ^_^

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  3. Yeah, I know. It would rule if she did have some. Oh well, we can't have everything. Good pic all the same, so keep on blogging.

    Sincerely,
    DW

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  4. But do you know what bites? I have to buy a PSP just to play the game this young lady's in. And I could say the same for the future Kingdom Hearts games. They'll also be available for hand held systems only. Why? What happened to them just being on our tried and true game consoles like PlayStation? Something's up, I'm sure of it. But for Ferris, I'd buy anything. Still love this picture, KSC. Keep on blogging.

    Sincerely,
    Daniel Wickie

    Oh man, I'm suffering from Jacobitis again.:P

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  5. Yeah...I know the feeling everytime I see a game for the Wii. Right now between me and my brother we have a PSP, Playstation and a Dual Screen. I still haven't played Crisis core yet though but it looks really good.

    By Jacobitis you were referring to calling Aeris Ferris and not a case of wanting to grab Aeris' heel right? ;-)

    Anyway thanks very much for reading and commenting Daniel.
    -KSC

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  6. That's right. That's exactly what I'm talking about. That damn Jake! I'm becoming in tune with my character already. But I still love him. But that doesn't mean I still won't stop torturing him in future stories/chapters. And I see you still remember what his name means. Good call, KSC.

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  7. Although, it could mean both.....

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  8. It's cool that you have such a strong connection with your character and it's definitely a fun quirk that you've given him. Alhough it will be very difficult to match Azula's multiple reactions to it in future stories, I can't wait to see you try it with the other girls.

    Anyway keep up the great writing.
    -KSC

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  9. I have a few victims in my head already. I'll let you guess who and what names he would call them.

    DW

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  10. Well...I think I can probably guess what mistakes he would make for Helena and Aeris ;-)but as for the others...I can picture him having a hard to with Cagali's full name cause it's long. Rei also offers some interesting possibilities and I also shudder to think what would happen if he accidentally calls Tifa "Sofa" by mistake.

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  11. Also Yuna is close enough to Luna that I can see Jake mixing that in once by mistake too.

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  12. I think some of Jacobitis got into your system too, and it's giving you good ideas, man! It shows you really like my story so far. Those ideas weren't the ones I was thinking of but those are still very good ones. In fact, you just gave me some ideas for some chapters. Which ones, you say? Now that would be telling;-)

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  13. I guess Jacobitis is contagious. :-D I'm looking forward to seeing what you have in mind.

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  14. Also are you familiar with the anime Scryed? That show had a character that constantly mispronounced another character's name.

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  15. Can't say that I have, KSC. But you say there's a character that mispeaks a person's name? What a coincidence. Is it any good?

    Also, are you familiar with a Canadian animated show called Totally Spies! ? (Sorry about the question mark thing.:P If I put them together, it would look as if I was implying something of impatience.

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  16. Oops...let one comment slip past me. *shakes head apolegetically* Scryed is pretty Mediocre but the scenes with the character mispronouncing the girl's name were pretty funny.The girls name was Mimori but he would call her Minori by mistake. Finally toward the end of the series he gets her name right but she was so used to correcting him that she corrected him anyway. He casually says "Isn't that what I said?" causing her to blink in surprise. It was a classic moment.

    No I'm not familiar with Totally Spies! Why? Is it good?

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  17. Yeah, that sure sounds like Jake. I MIGHT like it, so I'll just look on YouTube and watch a couple of episodes, just to see how it is.

    As for Totally Spies, whether or not it's good really depends on the viewer. My opinon on the show is mixed, but I'll just point out the good things about it.

    Totally Spies is an animated TV series in which the protagonists are three teenage girls from Beverly Hills, California. Although they are high school students, they are, in secret, superspies that work for a secret organization made for keeping the world safe. The girls' names ae Sam, Alex, and Clover. Jerry is the name of their boss, who also acts as their gadget supplier, their informant, and something of a father figure. The show has good humour and plenty of action, not to mention the fact that the reason these characters are so likeable is because we can relate to them in a way.

    But the other reason I brought up this show is because of the fact that it's also a frickin' gold mine for foot shots, especially for the main characters. There's even a good amount of closeups on their bare feet.^_^ If you ever get the chance to watch it, do so.

    One other thing I should clarify is that the series was actually made in France, not Canada. That bit of misinformation was my fault.

    DW

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  18. It sounds pretty fun...I'll look into it. :-)

    Thanks for the recommendation DW.

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  19. Anything for a person who loves TV shows, GOOD TV shows, and for a fellow foot fetishist. In a way, we are kind of like brothers. I hope you like it.

    Sincerely,
    Daniel Wickie

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  20. Hey, isn't that one of the chicks in DW's poll, ABC? As you know, I have the ability to forget people's names and to keep an hard yet gentle grip on a lady's ankle. But I also have the ability to make girls take off their footwear. It orks differently with sandal wearers, though.

    Jake Foot

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  22. If only I had the power to make girls do that myself.

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  23. Be careful, fellow tickler. With great power comes great responsibility, especially if the plan fails, if you know what I mean.

    Jake

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  24. For sandal wearers, Jake's plan to get them off the babe's feet is very simple. He just crouches down to the ankles and tickles the tops and sides of the feet and in between the toes. In Aeris' case here, the arch looks like an open target. With enough tickling, the "victim of Jake's play" kicks off her sandals. And after that, who knows?

    DW

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  25. That's pretty but what if the girl wasn't wearing sandals. Suppose Aeris was wearing her more familiar boots?

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  26. Left out an important word there...I meant that's pretty clever.

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  27. It is a clever ploy. But if the target is wearing footwear that would protect her feet from such an occurance, Jake would either leave her alone until a time when she's more vulnerable or he could tickle her in another spot like her tummy. Either of these options really depend on Jake's mood and self-confidence, KSC.

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