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  • I have a Norse answer to you: none so good they are worth all. None so wicked they are worth not. Lizard lives matter /snicker
    Slayer, I like your avatar - real men rescue bunnies.
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    KarlaSM
    Omg now I understand what your avatar means. No wonder why I was drawn to play this game named Ori, where the main character looks very similar to a bunny but with goat feet. In this game there is another being that is like a mother figure that embraces the light in the form of this bunny-goat little girl. Bunnies represent the most tender and innocent part of the self, which is the gateway to the heart. How is that?
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    The Doom Slayer is a very interesting character and represents an unique shade of the spectrum between light and darkness. He is insurmountable before the hordes of demons, making the ones who play with fear shiver when speaking his name. He doesn't feel pain, only anger. And the bunny is the key to his softer side :).
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    I know that in Ancient Greece rabbits were considered a symbol of love and fertility. They are cute creatures. When I was little, we used to have several in the village where I grew up. Unfortunately, we ate them :(
    Hi there and welcome. There is a How To manual in the Universal Discussions board if you have any questions.
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