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16 minutes ago, Mad Jack said:

 

 You do realize you'll have to leave the House Procrastius one half-finished, right?

 

 

ROFL :lol:

 

This is a cool idea and the first one turned out well.

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24 minutes ago, Mad Jack said:

 

 You do realize you'll have to leave the House Procrastius one half-finished, right?

 

 

I was thinking he'd be converted to lay on a bed with just his helmet and arm sticking out stabbing the alarm clock.

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