@Ms. Littlefish: That dog is so awesome, I love smiling dogs... speaking of smiling dogs.
This was my first lab, and the reason I'll probably have a lab around for the rest of my life. Good old Sam never had a bad moment, one of the best living creatures I've ever had the privilege to know (humans included). Friendly, relaxed and literally unwilling to hurt a fly.
Sam's Daughter, Tor, at three weeks old. This is the most calm I've ever seen her, originally her name was going to be Choco, but it's since been changed to Tornado because that describes her better than any existing word ever could.
Aww, kitties! They're twins! I wish they could stay that little.
This cat is our middle cat. She's about four years old now but full grown only weights just over 6 pounds. She doesn't really have a name. We tend to call her "Little One" because she's so small. I tend to call her Sparta because she is the most athletic and energetic cat I've owned. She will constantly sprint across the house and jump long and high into the most difficult places. First picture is when I brought her home. Second is full grown, though small! She is one of the most striking cats I've had.
Would a funny story count. My mom's pug, Duke claimed our fan, has tried to mark it several times, and sits down right in front of it. He has realized that it's cooler, so he and Lola know where to sit. lol
Finally, I got a good Gmail message [from smg5urded]
"This game does look a bit plain, but, I'm sure this does not destroy the experience as a whole. Monsters fit your style of game-play, mapping looks crude but I'm sure you can make it better if you do a remake of Forgotten Eclipse"