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So, maybe you heard about it from a friend and decided to check it out. Maybe you read about it's themes of love and tolerance and got interested. Maybe you just saw some of the thousands of pieces of fan art based on it, and you got to wondering how a kids show- a kids show for girls!- could possibly get that large an audience, particularly an adult audience. So, you sit down, at your television screen or your computer, and find an episode; one of the ones everyone says is great, since if you're going to judge it, might as well give it a fair shot, right? And you watch it and... huh. Actually, that wasn't too bad. Maybe those guys have a point. So you watch the next episode. Then the next. And maybe you check out some stuff people have written about it... and before you know it, you're a fan of ponies. And you realize there is no escape. There is only Pinkie Pie. Show your Pony Pride with these signatures!
Right, so I guess nearly everyone on 17th Shard knows my distinctive panda account picture. For those who don't know it, you can look to the left and see the adorable and slightly funny picture. I personally photoshop them by slapping a panda face onto a Lightsworn card from Yu-Gi-Oh (Yeah, yeah, I play trading card games. ). However, there's more than ONE Lightsworn Panda. Indeed, the one I am currently using is actually Lightsworn Panda Mark 2. So far, there are actually seven different Lightsworn Panda models (I know, it's scary. One Panda is already annoying awesome fantastic apocalyptic enough). Below, you will find attached all 7 Pandas. From left to right (with the original card in brackets on the right), are Lightsworn Panda MK 1 - the original - (Wulf, Lightsworn Beast), MK 2 (Jain, Lightsworn Paladin), MK 3 (Celestia, Lightsworn Angel), MK 4 (Gragonith, Lightsworn Dragon), MK 5 (Judgement Dragon), MK 6 (Aurkus, Lightsworn Druid), and finally, MK 7 (Ehren, Lightsworn Monk). Right now, I'm having problem picking which one to use. MK 2 (Jain - that's right, it's called Jain. Ever wondered where you've seen it?) is my most preferred one. However, it's getting a bit old. Any suggestions for a successor? Of course, I could always make another. They don't take long to make (2-3 minutes, actually).