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Blitzdrachin's site Pt.2

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blah blah blah, here's a thread to continue the previous thread on
you're welcome

Is there a point to a thread for this artist anymore? They dont use primeleap anymore, but even then, no one is leaking his shitty arts anyway, y'all got big hardons for the animations, but no one is fronting $25 for it, so why are we even here?

>Link back to previous thread, when it inevitably gets buried >>6877
>>64828
It's for when someone does step up to the plate. There were a number of people who were willing to burn $25 when the DRM was in full force, we just have to wait for either those people again or someone new who sees the situation and sees how bullshit it is and is enough of an amazing person to do it.

Is he using Discord now?

“She” is a sing Discord for Patroen content now. But don’t see how that’s a problem. Bare in mind that I’m new to yiff.party, so I don’t know how things work.

>>65215
And the slut's greedy and paranoid all the same. Seriously, having a $25 tier is total BS. But if that's a leap of faith you're willing to take, be my guest. Just don't say I didn't warn you if you do.

>>64851 ARCHIVED HTML https://files.catbox.moe/r6njy1.7z

bump

We still give a shit about this faggot?

Umm. Is anyone else having an issue with her yiff.party page? It says on the board that it’s updated, but nothing new is popping up.

>>66585 calling >>66483 a faggot for no good reason
That was really rude, you know. You should apologize to that anon. But they bumped the thread, so what. That gives no right to call someone a faggot. But it does give me a right to call you one just for that behavior you are exhibiting. But that wouldn't make me any better of a person than you are right now, would it?

>>66816
I think they were calling the artist this thread is about, the faggot.

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