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Psycopath vs. 1st victim

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Psycopath vs. 1st victim

Tips: 0.00 INK Postby Midnight on Fri Oct 13, 2006 12:25 pm

Psycopath walks onto the pasture. A hood covering his head all but a phycotic smile and an evil glare in his eyes. His chest is void of any armor exept for a harness across his massively muscled chest that once restained him to a wall. His huge muscular arms bare execpt for the heavy manicales on his wrists a chain hanging from each about a foot be fore they end looking as though they were built to hold a huge lock to keep his hands togeter. His big hands wearing a pair of new looking spiked biking gloves which told his opponets he used his hands while fighting and the underside of the gloves is covered in a hard leather made to grab small spikes. His heavly muscled legs covered in jeans that have had most of the pantlegs ripped off leaving only a crude pair of jean shorts. On his feet he wears heavy black boots with another heavy menicals on his ankles with a foot long chains draging behind each step.

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