Alucardy2000
gaogaigar-the-king:

serissawildslash:

This is an Unnamed Leaguer, also a soccer leaguer. He’s the only soccer leaguer with a cap-like helmet with two antenna’s on the sides of his head..^^
(Please tell us what name he may have, we’d like to know. Thank you)

Looks more like one of Dark King’s Unnamed Baseball Leaguers to me

he seems the poor Leaguer burned by the three Killer Leaguer (aka the  dildoheads)

gaogaigar-the-king:

serissawildslash:

This is an Unnamed Leaguer, also a soccer leaguer. He’s the only soccer leaguer with a cap-like helmet with two antenna’s on the sides of his head..^^

(Please tell us what name he may have, we’d like to know. Thank you)

Looks more like one of Dark King’s Unnamed Baseball Leaguers to me

he seems the poor Leaguer burned by the three Killer Leaguer (aka the  dildoheads)

Funny little bunnies (1934)

And with this, I wish an Happy Easter to everyone!!

A red rose, a peony and a sunflower. Whirlspin fixed better the flowers in the bouquet, before putting it on the Hockey Leaguer's charging station. As she turns to leave, however, she hears someone coming

hockey-leaguer-bot:

alucardy2000:

hockey-leaguer-bot:

alucardy2000:

hockey-leaguer-bot:

The Hockey Leaguer entered the room in that moment and halted all in a sudden when he saw the light blue femme.

"Whirslpin…?" He said, then he noticed something behind her back -on his own recharge station, more precisely- and tried to peep from her shoulders. When he spotted a bouquet, the mecha had a hard time trying not to blush right away.

Well… Apparently they both had had the same idea…

-G-GZ…- She stammered, with a large blush on her cheeks -W-what are you d-doing here?-

Stepping slightly on the left, she tried to cover the bouquet on his charging station.

"I… Uh…" The Hockey Leaguer tried desperately to find a good excuse to justify his presence in the recharge room; after all, he couldn’t admit openly that he’d come back to check on the bouquet he’d left earlier, just to make himself sure that it would’ve been still intact. "I just… wanted to check on something. T-That’s all." He said. Well, that wasn’t a full lie, at least.

-Check on something?- She tilted her helm, still trying to hide her gift -What kind of something?-

"Ah-… uhm, w-well…" The Hockey Leaguer stammered. "Just… m-my hockey stick." He then said. "Y-Yes, I just wanted to see if anyone had moved it from where I left it."

-Oh, I see…- She sighed with relief -Well, then I’ll leave you to your duties…-

Waving her hand, Whirlspin began to move away, hoping that the Hockey Leaguer do not ask about the bouquet

Funny little bunnies (1934)

Funny little bunnies (1934)

A red rose, a peony and a sunflower. Whirlspin fixed better the flowers in the bouquet, before putting it on the Hockey Leaguer's charging station. As she turns to leave, however, she hears someone coming

hockey-leaguer-bot:

alucardy2000:

hockey-leaguer-bot:

The Hockey Leaguer entered the room in that moment and halted all in a sudden when he saw the light blue femme.

"Whirslpin…?" He said, then he noticed something behind her back -on his own recharge station, more precisely- and tried to peep from her shoulders. When he spotted a bouquet, the mecha had a hard time trying not to blush right away.

Well… Apparently they both had had the same idea…

-G-GZ…- She stammered, with a large blush on her cheeks -W-what are you d-doing here?-

Stepping slightly on the left, she tried to cover the bouquet on his charging station.

"I… Uh…" The Hockey Leaguer tried desperately to find a good excuse to justify his presence in the recharge room; after all, he couldn’t admit openly that he’d come back to check on the bouquet he’d left earlier, just to make himself sure that it would’ve been still intact. "I just… wanted to check on something. T-That’s all." He said. Well, that wasn’t a full lie, at least.

-Check on something?- She tilted her helm, still trying to hide her gift -What kind of something?-

Funny little bunnies (1934)

Winning over his own slight sense of uneasiness and clumsiness, GZ left his own bouquet on Whirlspin's recharge station: by following the "directive" of the list he'd found, the Hockey Leaguer had chosen sunflowers, violets, mimosa and tuberoses. He'd been also tempted to add some red roses, but if he'd done so, Whirlspin would've busted him right away, so he'd decided to add some orange roses instead. Once settled the not-so-little bouquet on the platform, he left quickly and silently.

Entering the room, the first thing Whirlspin noticed was the faint scent of flowers. And in fact, looking more closely, she saw a bouquet on her charging station. The young Leaguer leaned closer, taking the flowers in her hand and watching them better; there wasn’t a card with the sender, but only a small sheet of paper with the names of the flowers and their meanings. Reading the various meanings, Whirlspin blushed and smiled.

-This…is really sweety…- She said, thinking at the now not-so-misterious sender.

A red rose, a peony and a sunflower. Whirlspin fixed better the flowers in the bouquet, before putting it on the Hockey Leaguer's charging station. As she turns to leave, however, she hears someone coming

hockey-leaguer-bot:

The Hockey Leaguer entered the room in that moment and halted all in a sudden when he saw the light blue femme.

"Whirslpin…?" He said, then he noticed something behind her back -on his own recharge station, more precisely- and tried to peep from her shoulders. When he spotted a bouquet, the mecha had a hard time trying not to blush right away.

Well… Apparently they both had had the same idea…

-G-GZ…- She stammered, with a large blush on her cheeks -W-what are you d-doing here?-

Stepping slightly on the left, she tried to cover the bouquet on his charging station.

Which flower would your muse give to mine?
Put a flower in my inbox to show your muse's feelings for mine, anon or not:
AMARANTH: Broken-hearted
BEGONIA: Warning
CARNATION (YELLOW): Rejection
CYCLAMEN: Parting
LAVENDER: Distrust
LILY (ORANGE): Hatred
MARIGOLD: Jealousy
GERANIUM: True friendship
SUNFLOWER: Gratitude
TULIP (WHITE): Forgiveness
VIOLET: Loyalty
ZINNIA: Memories
DILL: Lust
MIMOSA: Secret admirer
PEONY: Shyness
ROSE (ORANGE): Fascination
ROSE (RED): Passionate love
SYCAMORE: Curiosity
TUBEROSE: Pleasure