This is apparently in one of the multiplayer DLC maps, not sure which one since I don’t own any of the multiplayer DLC’s.
I was really hoping DOOM 2016 would include a reference to Daisy somewhere! What’s also great is Doomguy’s “phone number” is the release date of the original game. The level designer who did this is awesome.
Good to know the best pet rabbit a demon slaying Space Marine could ever ask for hasn’t been forgotten.
submitted by the talented @granpappy-winchester[THIS SHIT IS LIT, THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED OMG THANK U]:
(note: I wrote this quickly so please forgive any mistakes. I am super into the idea, I just love the image of Credence with bunny ears and big hairy wolf Graves)
Graves gently pulled at Credence’s little cottontail, the rabbit squirmed in his lap, looking over his shoulder and away from the flowers he had plucked to decorate Graves’ tail. His small face had gone red, eyes big and brown and flustered under his dark hair.
Graves had brought him to one of the small clearings in the meadow, away from his family burrow and far from the other wolves who would do him harm, especially since it was spring and in spring rabbits like Credence—young and small and fertile in ways they didn’t know—would be more than just a meal for hungry wolves.
This is just a little thing I did was rewriting Daisy’s profile on paper and I wrote that she loves to hug people no matter what and Oswald from @havenfantasia needs hugs so I doodled this .. Sorry for the bad quality I was a little shakie drawing
“One Lucky Break”: Who gets stuck with all the bad luck? No one but Donald Duck— so why is he suddenly even luckier than über-annoying Gladstone Gander? Then Mickey fights his own inner demons in “The Importance of Being Goofy!” -
1 Donald Duck – One Lucky Break – 12 pages
2 Bucky Bug – 4 pages (Netherlands 1998)
3 Mickey Mouse – The Importance of Being
Goofy – 10 pages (Poland 2009)