“Let’s not fuck around,” The Collector growled. “Give me the pretty boy and we can call it a day.”
Ladybug stepped in front of Adrien and threw out an arm as if to shield him. “Yeah, that’s not going to work for me.”
The akumatized woman shrieked and shot at the hero from her comically large gun. Ladybug slung out her yo-yo to intercept the blast but it fell short when it slammed into a glass wall. The Collector had trapped her in one of the stupid glass cages that had popped up all over town! Ladybug spun around to see Adrien trapped inside the clear dome with her.
The Collector laughed.”A two-for-one special! The model and the ladybug.” She circled the dome. “Stay right here. I’ve got a cat to collect.” She turned and disappeared around the corner of a building.
Ladybug hit the glass wall but it only reverberated around them. “Damn it,” she muttered. “Where’s Chat when I need him?”
Adrien cleared his throat. “Uh, is there anything I can do to help?”
“Most people are defined by their titles, their cars, their house, where they came from, their color, their race, their religion. And so it’s up to you to take control of your own life and define you. As long as you understand who you are and you have a solid foundation of understanding what your talents are, what your skills are.”
[ACT] Drop the Dust Collector Sans an ask, that’s the only way you’ll learn about him, if you are interested and determined enough.
I have added a new section, which contains the link to the image of the most recent update to the various sprites walls.
Of course, there is only the Sans sprite wall, with a listing of the various Sans underneath it…feel free to message me about ones that still need to be added, if I haven’t already mentioned my intent to do so.
It will take a small break after the hundredth Sans, but I will also get started on Frisks, yeah?
[MERCY] At present, it does nothing but returns you back to the Four Buttons.
And here is the current sprite wall of Sans…
Nightmare Sans has come to be my favorite of the sprites to work with, so far.
SOL LEWITT, Wall Drawing #370 (detail), 1982. Installed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in 2014 and will be destroyed/painted over in January 2018 (most of LeWitt’s wall drawings are only temporary, but could be moved and installed later in a different location). Photo copyright by Scandinavian Collectors 2016.