Monday, September 8, 2008

Farah (Bonus)

My next mega bonus (starring two gorgeous hotties and featuring pictures from Match25 that will make you want to lick your screen) will take me a little while to get together but in the meantime I'll give you something to to hold you over while you're waiting...some pictures of a beautiful princess for you to enjoy.


(Just a couple of webfinds involving the lovely Farah from the Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Trilogy)

Farah is definitely an attractive and a cool character. Although she pales in comparison to Kaileena (who is type of woman you would want to travel across time to meet), Farah is a great heroine and definitely worthy of having her feet worshiped.

There are couple of things that I didn't get to mention in my end of the week entry because Morrigan (being the attention hog she is) took up all the spotlights. First off there was a great storyline involving Wonder Woman that StreetFighterDash added to his Tickling interactive:
and I would also like to thank the author dde2 for adding a chapter to my Comic Book interactive involving Lois Lane:

Ok everyone...have a nice day and as usual, more to come soon.

-KSC

19 comments:

  1. a great partner to have during a game indeed

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  2. not bad. BTW KSC,I'm finished bashing Viacom.check it out on my blog.

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  3. Well, well, well. It looks like you were able to find pictures of that sexy princess of India herself. Man oh man, am I sure glad to see these. Farah has always been a favourite of mine, and these pictures make me yearn for her feet more, especially since she got a change of foot wear in The Two Thrones. Very good call, KSC. Keep on blogging.

    Sincerely,
    Daniel Wickie

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  4. BTW, dde2 does not impress me. No offense to you, though.

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  5. he dosen't impress me none either,Kyle. Badgrammer and short chapters do not make a good Interactive story.

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  6. You guys are tougher critics than I am. :-)

    I'm just appreciative dde2 added to my interactive (which is something that even I haven't been able to do lately). Also his chapters (although a little short)were pretty cohesive which is something that I can't say about every author at WDC. I really encourage him to continue writing.

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  7. As for Farah...thanks guys. I'm glad there are other people that like the Prince of Persia series too.

    Also as Match25 correctly noted with my Kaileena bonus...there's still one more sexy POP girl with barefoot pictures out there that I plan to post as well.

    Anyway, thanks for reading!
    -KSC

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  8. Hey... maybe I'll add her to my story. How? One of my characters is a villian who manipulates time, which includes time travel, but I don't want to give too much away. Anyway, you're very welcome, KSC. And I urge you to keep on blogging.

    Sincerely,
    Daniel Wickie

    PS: Sometimes, if you want to help someone improve, you have to push them. Do you think I'm being too tough on him?

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  9. I think you were alright DW. You seem to know the difference between constructive criticism and bashing someone so it doesn't make sense to lecture you about it.

    A villain that manipulates time? Kaileena would be proud :-D It definitely sounds like an interest possibility and I'm looking forward to seeing that idea incorporated in your story.

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  10. When I get around to her, you won't be disappointed. And if you want a hint of who this villain is, I'll give one hint: he's sort of named after a rapper, although his character isn't one.

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  11. Does that mean you have no guesses?

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  12. You've stumped me completely. Who is it?

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  13. Uh...not exactly. *blushes embarassed* I'm afraid my knowledge of rap is pretty limited. Which rapper was he named after?

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  14. Tupac Shakur (2Pac). That's the one. Clever, eh?

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  15. Oh yeah. *blushes sheepishly* I should have known.

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  16. Why did I choose that name? It came from the word "epoch", which means an era or historical time period. To me, it was the most appropriate and catchy name for a time travelling villain. There was one small problem with it, though. There was already a DC supervillain with that same name and power. What did I do? Simple. I changed the spelling of the naem and the first thing that came to mind was the late Tupac (2Pac) Shakur. But despite the catchy name, he's no rapper. But he is black. He's actually a very intelligent professor that created a clever way to travel in time, something that Epoch doesn't do. I will talk about him more another day.

    DW

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  17. Ah...clever. I think the ship in Chrono Trigger was called the Epoch too.

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  18. Anyway I'm looking forward to his debut.

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