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INFERNO: YURI NO ICE - Color Variation Set

A Yuri!!! on Ice AU

*No, the title is not a typo

Main post and AU synopsis can be found HERE

PLEASE DO NOT REPOST, EDIT, OR OTHERWISE USE MY ART WITHOUT MY EXPLICIT PERMISSION. More detailed rules available on my Rules & FAQ Post.

Guess who! I tried sticking to the latest style I had drawn Marie in this time instead of the first style which looked a bit more similar to the original design style.

Continuation of the Anemonia Nightclub series panels (previous one here)

I’m obviously completely revisiting the lore as far as the start of the hero mode is concerned..

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Looking down the tracks of the White Plains Road Line.

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-“As much as I can applaud the results of your…unconventional battle tactics, I would still like to remind you that this is no little turf war game, “Agent 4″. I can’t exactly spend my time scouting agents all year long because of that kind of reckless attitude….”
-“heh…sorry..I kinda lost it back there..”

Previous Splatoon Anemonia Nightclub series panel here

What the heck happened between then and now? We’ll see that in the next panels…if I recover from my RSI fast enough…

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Aerial view loking southeast of the new World Financial Center’s (Cesar Pelli, 1985-1988) skyscrapers in Battery Park City in the fall of 1987. Buildings at left are the 4 WFC (Merrill Lynch. 1986), 3 WFC (American Express. 1985). The glass arches of Winter Garden are visible at center. The new 2 WFC (Merrill Lynch, 1988) nearing completion are at right. The 110-story Twin Towers of World Trade Center (Minoru Yamasaki-Emery Roth & Sons, 1973-74. Destroyed 2001) are visible behind the new posmodernist complex.

Photo: Unknown.

Source: Michael George “New York Today” (New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1988)

The Borough Hall Station on the Nos. 2 and 3 Lines.

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Aerial view looking north of Lower Manhattan’s Financial DIstrict skyscrapers. Spring, 1970. The Twin Towers of World Trade Center under construction are on left. Midtown Manhattan skyscrapers with Empire State Building can be visible above, background.

Photo: Laurence Lowry-Rapho Guillumette.

Source: Yves Pélicier, Francisco Alonso-Fernández. “Enciclopedia de la Psicología y la Pedagogía. Vol. 4”. Madrid-París. Sedmay-Lidis. 1979

The 174th Street Station on the Nos. 2 and 5 Lines.

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The Flatbush Avenue Station on the Nos. 2 and 5 Lines.

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