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Dimensional Clash: The Chaos War

Post by Tyrannolodon on Tue Nov 10, 2015 9:43 am

Appropriate Listening: Metroid Prime 2: Ing Hive Theme

[S]Dimensional Clash; Resume.  

It is the midst of the saga of darkness, one of the great phases of the so called "Chaos war" as it would be known in later periods of the Omniverse.  There was no light to be found from natural sources anywhere in the omniverse; for through the power of the heart of darkness, the Supreme Emperor Ing has cast impenetrable shadows over virtually every natural light source, whether it be stars or great orbs of fire carried by chariots going across the sky.  Any light to be had was now made artificially by those who still resisted the creeping power of darkness that had spread across the whole of the omniverse.  And those pinpoints of light in the endless sea of darkness and shadow were under siege by the hateful Ing Horde and its untold legions of minions who form the destroyers.  

Even Count Bleck, Dimentio, Dark Samus, and Nemesis Prime had not come so close to victory so soon after assuming the mantle of the Lord of the Destroyers.  A permanent cloak of gloom covered all realities, not quite total night, but quite definitely darker than any day.  A permanent evening in which evil reigned supreme.  And with the seeming AWOL nature of the forces of Lord English and Unicron, the forces that sought to oppose the destruction and domination of all things had become that much weaker in these unhappy days.  But yet there were still those who resisted the night, beings who would fight for the light no matter how far away the dawn seemed.  

Though the Supreme Emperor Ing seemed essentially Omnipotent, freely returning previously slain destroyers back to life to join its Ing Horde; ranging from the giants to Dark Samus and even summoning forth a new version of Ridley to act as its winged enforcer; they offered a heroic resistance and would not stop until this new evil joined its predecessors in the grave.  Lead by the heroic Optimus Prime and such great heroes such as Percy Jackson, Rose Lalonde, Redwall, and the Arbiter, the champions had spirit to make up for what they seemed to lack in control over the omniverse.  

However, a wicked Sorcerer had recently been consuming their attentions, the mysterious Chaos Sorcerer of the Alpha Legion known as Sindri Myr, whose diabolical plans had already crossed paths numerous times with the Champions.  First at the battle for Naboo, where they slew his "ally" the Condesce, then again when they fought and killed his "friend" Xykon the Lich, who was backstabbed by the Chaos Sorcerer by giving exactly what he wanted; too much of what he wanted in fact, being stuffed full of the raw power of chaos until he degenerated into a gibbering Chaos spawn that was fought and killed at Coruscant.  

Now the hunt for Sindri continued in the endless tunnels and Labyrinths of the elemental plane of Earth, where Sindri has consulted with his other allies; Gaia the earthmother, Jack Noir the Nuclear Anubis, and others who had shown interest in his plan for tremendous power.  Currently opposing the champions were the efforts of the Red Skull, who while unrelated to Sindri's plot, was still very much aligned with the Destroyers.  He and his HYDRA and Nazi minions patrolled the claustrophobic, constricting caverns and tunnels dug out of the elemental plane of earth; aligned with powerful Earth Elementals, Genies, and of course making full use of the assets available to him as a Destroyer Lord; which included seemingly endless numbers of Ing.  

Rose grimaced as she tried to peer through the darkness conjured by the Ing in one of these caverns, growing weary of constant attacks from earth elementals who had sold out their plane's interests to the destroyers and joined the legions of darkness.  The beings of earth could appear anywhere, being able to swim through the earth as easily as a fish swims through water, and she found her abilities of foresight in near constant usage to keep everyone at optimum fighting condition  

"I hate these stupid tunnels, so little room to maneuver in."  Grimlock said scornfully while Rose sighed, orbs of light surrounding the Champions on all sides.  Some others had peeled off onto other fronts in other realities or in this one, seeking to shore up defenses of counterattacks elsewhere, others to command the troops who were in sore need of guidance at the moment.  As a goddess of light however, Rose was needed in the most important operations, and even she had difficulty seeing light at the end of the proverbial tunnel.  

"Try to at least put on the appearance of a good mood grimlock, we hardly need things to be gloomier than they already are."  She said as she heard shrieking Ing in the distance and shook her head.  "I would say here is the best stopping point for now.  Howzit has a store nearby."  She said, pointing to one of Howzit's many, many, many shops across the Omniverse.

"...How did he get here?  Or like, any of the other shops we've seen him in waaaaay the hell out of flipside?"  John asked, scratching his head.  

"Some questions have no comprehensible answers."  She sighedas she conjured bubbles of light energy and elemental repellence around the champion group to keep them safe while they sought for the revelations of Ahura Mazda, hoping that the great Persian God of Light and Good could offer them aid if they could free him from the sphere of shadow the Supreme Emperor Ing had cast virtually all cosmic beings of light.  Heck, by Rose's estimates, she, Vriska, and Primus were the last free deities of light or the sun who had not been ensnared by the Supreme Emperor ing's shadowy tendrils.  

"So how important is this Ahura Mazda anyway?"  Captain Fordo asked skeptically as he checked the perimeter, not quite entirely trusting the thirteen year old goddess to provide all the protection.  

"He was the god of the Persian empire for millenia before the muslim conquests and ranks as one of the most powerful beings of light connected to human faith; being a duotheistic god he's certainly a step above Apollo or even Ra...no offense to the Greeks and Egyptians among us.  If we can free him and connect him to the warp for an extra power boost, we can provide a bit of illumination in this darkest hour."  She said.  

"Uh-huh.  Don't understand why you all need so many gods, I've always been fine with the force myself."  Fordo shook his head, the clone trooper walking away as he checked his blaster pistol's ammo supplies.  

Rose simply shrugged to that.  It was going to be a rather long journey.  

(Erops post; taken from the Sporum)

Okay, I had enough of this first-person-limited narration, somebody else take over. Where's the Pooh narrator when you need him?

Toad hoisted a Light Block over his head; even with his leather jacket on (for he had become the mighty Toad Warrior thanks to the power the Star), he thought it was cold and dark and long, and he voiced his opinions to everyone else.

"I'm bored!" Toad groaned. "It's cold! It's dark! We've been walking for ages! How long is this cave anyways?"

"You pipe down back there this instant or we're turning this convoy right around," Mickey Mouse snapped, before turning back forward.

"But my feet hurt," Toad complained.

"It never bothered you when you were with Mario," Daisy pointed out, turning back towards Toad and slowing down to meet his pace.

"True. Maybe I just don't like this whole eternal-night thing," Toad replied.

"Don't you have a motorbike now?"

"Well, yeah..."

"And can't you like make all these random things with your mushrooms?"

"Well, yeah..."

"Doesn't that mean that you have no right to complain?"

"She has a point," Mickey added.

Toad muttered something incomprehensible, before glancing up at Howzit's shop. He looked back at Kate and Violet, who had ridden Chitty Chitty Bang Bang down the dark tunnel. "Whatever, I could go for a cream soda or a chocolate bar," Toad mumbled.

Glockenspiel struggled to keep up, but his fiberglass clock-face never lost its smile. "Cheer up, Toad," the mobile tower said, "I'll admit these caverns are a bit tight..."

The Iron Giant sighed a creaky sigh.

"But at least we haven't seen an attack from one of those six-armed earth folks for a bit," Glockenspiel concluded.

"I hate those stupid Machamp wannabes," E. Coli declared, sending this psychic message across the board of characters.

"Believe it or not, not all of us have to know that, E. Coli," Annabeth chided.

"But surely you concede that their nonstop attacks are annoying," the Reuniclus complained.

"None of us have any problem with them," Daphne said, folding her leaf-arms.

"But you have Energy Ball," E. Coli pointed out. "I don't."

"Can we just stop to get a cream soda or something?" Toad asked. "I can pay for it."

(My post again)

"So, enlighten me, other than this "Red Skull" who's been throwing all these forces at us?"  Sylux said, the Bounty hunter's suit set to X-ray mode as he stood watch, his voice chipping in over the comm-links.  

"Ogremoch, the Prince of Evil Elemental Earth."  Farseer Macha said; the brilliantly red haired Eldar farseer having removed her helmet to get in tune with the systems of the Elemental Plane of Earth.  An infinite expanse of dirt, rock, and metal in its own dimension, the plane was not one that was well suited for sustaining life as most knew it to begin with.  But with the introduction of the destroyers, it had grown only more hostile.  

"Oh, so he's the god of evil dirt?"  John chipped in, a wide and wacky grin on his face as he made the suggestion; the knife eared space elf looking at John with measured contempt before giving him a resigned sigh.  

"Ogremoch is the lord of evil elementals of Earth.  He is more than simply an "evil dirt god."  His kind are those beings of living earth and stone that we have fought so many times already.  Whereas Gaea's creatures still bear some humanoid resemblence, the elementals of this universe only have humanoid shape in so much as they can stand upright on two legs.  I am sure that the Ing have offered him a place in their hierarchy if he would but lend his armies of Earth to their cause."  Macha exposited, shaking her head and murmuring something about her disbelief that she had the patience to not find the nearest vacuum to space herself into when he was overall commander of the champions.  

"So the big bad dirt god's got our number.  Well; he can get in line." Grimlock said as he cleaned off his energon sword, paying particular attention to the  stains left by ing and ing possessed beings char broiling as they died on his powerful sword.  

"Why do I even bother with some of you?" Macha said shaking her head, muttering some disdainful swear in her own language of Eldarin.  

Meanwhile, Howzit tipped his hat to Toad as he approached his store, the cheery Flipside native eyeing up the customer.  "Well, howdeedo, welcome to the shop!  What would you like to buy?  I can guarantee you that it's all one hundred percent guaranteed Gooooooooood!" He said, seemingly oblivious to the fact that he was in in a cavern in a plane that was literally nothing but underground and was crawling with all sorts of monsters and minions.
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Post by ToadRopes on Fri Nov 13, 2015 1:30 am

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((This should be Wingdings.))

"DARK, DARKER, YET DARKER
THE DARKNESS KEEPS GROWING
THE SHADOWS CUTTING DEEPER
CHAOS TEARING WIDER ACROSS THE OMNIVERSE...
THIS IS QUITE TROUBLING...
THIS NEXT EXPERIMENT WILL BE VERY, VERY INTERESTING.
...WHAT DO YOU TWO THINK?
"

"huh. timelines jumping left and right. seems like there's some kinda power struggle going on here..."

"I DON'T GET IT; WHAT DOES IT MEAN?"

"it means that if this isn't fixed, then we're all in for a bad time..."

Toad

"Uhh," Toad asked, squinting at the shelves. "Do you have... cream soda?"

The Iron Giant

The massive 50-foot-tall robot clanked and gazed up at the cavern, stopping every now and then to look down at its smaller namesake, the Golurk about the proportional size of an action figure.

"So... you're a robot weapon...?" asked Iron Giant the Golurk.

"NOT WEAPON," the Iron Giant replied, creakily shaking its head. "FRIEND."

"Sometimes I'm not sure what is a weapon and what isn't anymore," the Golurk said. "I wish there was some way to go back to my Trainer, back before all of this chaos began. Of course I made all these great friends, but I'm just not... happy."

The Iron Giant nodded sadly. "BUT FRIENDS ARE GOOD," the Iron Giant professed, "FRIENDS LIKE KATE."

"Monsters are bad," the Golurk replied. "Monsters... not good. Monsters want to kill us all, will stop at nothing to kill us all. And the fact that Evil Dirt God's powers cancel Burrows's and my Earthquakes sucks."

The Iron Giant turned back forwards.

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Post by Tyrannolodon on Sat Nov 14, 2015 1:35 pm

"Course I do there pardner.  That'll be one coin."  Howzit said with that same wide smile he always had.  He seemed pretty cheery for someone who had to watch the darkness cast itself over all realities and so many realities have their hopes die as the Emperor Ing cast all into shadow.  

"Wanna recommend any of your pals over?  I take Drachmas, Units, Credits, Gold, Silver, Copper, Dollars, Rubles, Euros; anything ya got!"  Howzit said, eyeing all of Toad's friends.    

Ogremoch

"And if I defeat these champions, you will allow me a portion of this...Maledictum's power?"  The lord of evil earth elementals said, reclining in his craggy throne of granite as the Chaos Sorcerer stood resolutely still with the most sinister of grins beneath his helmet.   Sindri Myr had needed a new liason after the Condesce's death, and Ogremoch would suit him quite nicely.  

"Oh but of course Ogremoch, you shall have all that you deserve and more.   It would be unfitting to not grant you your fair share for your work in ensuring our victory."  He said, his honeyed voice flowing like silk as he began to pace, holding a holographic representation of the artifact they sought in his hands, so painstakingly recreated from ancient descriptions and images to help the destroyers identify what they were looking for the moment they found it.    

"Currently they rest in my domain...protected by the seer's spell.   My forces are having difficulty breaching it."  Ogremoch said, pondering a method to break it...but Rose was always capable of seeing ahead and that infuriated the evil prince of elemental earth.  His domain rumbled with the force of his anger before he finally turned to the red skull.  

"Do you have any operatives who may rectify this?"  He asked the leader of HYDRA who glanced disdainfully to Kroenen, who represented the nazi part of the destroyers.   Kroenen traded a similarly disdainful look through his gas mask before Johann Schmidt spoke up, placing his hand on his chest and maintaining a look of germanic pride as he grinned.  

"I assure you, my best anti-magic specialists are on the way.  Along with the Rundas clones that Kroenen has so...graciously...provided."  He said, turning his attention to the clones of the fallen champion Rundas, who had once been an able fighter in the champions before he lost his mind to phazon corruption.  Now, cloned debasements of him fought in the destroyers once more.    And soon; they would have their first field test against the champions.

John

John watched his girlfriend trade strategies with Grimlock like an old pro, the wizened cybertronian speaking with her as if she were a peer despite being several million years his junior and a fraction of his height.   He sighed a bit before noticing annabeth going over to speak to her and quickly waved the chase girl over, figuring that one intelligent blond girl with a black haired boyfriend should know another intelligent blond girl with a black haired boyfriend well.  

"Hey...I know it's not the most um, relevant thing to the whole eternal darkness and despair thing but Rose's fourteenth birthday is coming up and I'm not sure what I ought to do for her...we've been through so much and damn, we've changed a whole bunch too.  Just...what should I do to let her know that we're in this together to the end?"  He asked, fidgeting slightly and wondering how kosher it was to talk to Percy's special other about his own special other issues.   Nervousness was in the eyes of the temporary leader of the champions, perhaps more nervousness than when he had to bear the weight of fighting Nemesis with everyone looking up to him.  

After all, despite everything that happened, he was still a kid in the end.
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Post by ToadRopes on Tue Nov 17, 2015 12:53 am

Annabeth

Annabeth thought for a bit on John's question. "I guess the most important thing to do is show that even after all of this chaos, after all that you've been through, you still care. In fact, I think your shared turmoil probably strengthened the bond between you anyway," Annabeth replied. "I don't know. Seaweed Brain likes birthday parties. Blue cake. Blue Coca-Cola. I guess think about what Rose likes, what Rose would want, and show her that you still know her and care about her even though you've been through so many life-changing events." Annabeth smiled at John. "You remind me a lot of Percy sometimes. Awkward and silly, but at the same time powerful and sweet."

"You two had better not be flirting over there," shouted Zim, his fingers flashing. Annabeth rolled her eyes and turned back to the Beheeyem.

"I know you can read minds, Zim. You're just teasing," Annabeth shouted.

"I've seen Maggie and Dennis making out in the back before. I've been assigned proctor duty."

"WE WEREN'T MAKING OUT IT WAS AN ACCIDENT MAGGIE GOT STUCK TO MY CRYSTALS" shouted the indignant Gigalith.

Even after all they've been through. They can still crack jokes. They might've started out rag-tag. Heck, Daisy's unorthodox method of tearing apart a walker involved a piece of pipe. But they were a strong group that cared about each other. A lot.

Enough to care about each other's safety and lives, hopes and dreams.

Toad

Toad dropped a heap of coins (about 25) and asked for 25 cream sodas. "I can pay for 'em," he replied. "So... Howzit, how come you've set up shop down here? Isn't it, like, super dangerous with all of these earth-monsters-from-the-depths-of-Hades crawling around and trying to eviscerate you?" Toad asked, noting the fluorescent lighting and the wrumming of the refrigerators.

Undyne the Undying

The wind is howling.

"You're standing in the way of everyone's hopes and dreams..." Undyne growled, pointing her spear at the child---the monster before her. "You will stop at nothing to destroy this world. But I won't let you lay another finger on another innocent!"

The child stared at her with a blank, unsettling expression, shifting on the pair of ballet shoes it was wearing. Even in a tutu, there was something eerie about the way this child appeared. But Undyne was not fazed, she would not let herself be fazed even in the face of such an evil.

And so, she lifted her spear, aiming for the very soul--

"UNDYNE!!!"

Frisk

*The draft echoes through the cavern.

*You hear distant footsteps.

*Undyne the Undying appears!

*Undyne attacks!

*You call Undyne's name...

"HUMAN! You showed us no mercy! Now I shall show you none!"

*You ask Undyne what in the world she is talking about, and where she got that radical armor.

"You know exactly what I'm talking about, human! You're going to have to try harder than that!"

*You called for help...

*You called for your friends. Papyrus... Sans... Toriel...

*...

"What game are you playing, human?!"

*...

"You killed them. What business do you have, shouting their names like you mean it?!"

*...

"...you really do mean it, don't you..."

"...you aren't the human I was facing, aren't you..."

"...you look awfully similar. But somehow... I look at you and see that you are... sincere?"

"Kid. When I look at you, I see the human that went and slaughtered every monster from the ruins to the waterfall. I cannot forgive what they have done. You, however..."

*Undyne raises her spear.

"I won't make the same mistake with YOU!!!"

*You called for help...

???

"wait, do you hear something?"

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Post by Tyrannolodon on Mon Dec 07, 2015 5:45 am

ToadRopes wrote:*SNip*(


"Aww thanks Annie" He said as he offered her a tight hug.  Totally platonic of course.  He already had a wordy blonde in his life.  Didn't need one who was older than he was on top of everything else.  When he pulled out of the hug, he gave her a warm smile as Howzit accepted the cash offered him.  

"Well, ya see there kiddo; I've learned a few tricks while doing business...all trade secrets 'course, can't have you finding out what makes my brand so goooooood."  Howzit said, giving a hats off gesture to toad as he accepted his payment.

But Rose stopped him when she sensed something else in the air...something cold and bitterly familiar.  Someone who hadn't lived for a very long time.    

"They...cloned Rundas."  She said, as her foresight pierced through the veil of darkness being waved by Sindri as she sensed the icy chill of their long dead comrade revived in the most profane of manners.  First corrupted by dark Samus until he lost his mind and fought his former brothers and sisters in arms to the death.  But how could this be?  Dark Samus devoured his remains; mind, body, and soul when he finally died.  

"They're coming with heavy forces, expect a large number of HYDRA and Nazi soldiers with Space Pirate and Skaven back up...they're also bringing in anti-magic to deal with my barriers.  The skaven are master burrowers and will be coming from above and below, the Pirates will be following shortly and the Germans will be pouring through the main entrances.  I need people with area of effect abilities to purge the Skaven's numbers; and make sure to bring anti-daemonic weapons, they're bringing in some Verminlords.   The Ing are going to be following closely, so keep the lights burning brightly and make sure you have your anti-possession materials ready."  She said, with Grimlock in particular getting up off of his ass in a hurry as his fiery sword lit up and the clone troopers assumed their defensive positions.  

Sure enough; the exits were sealed off by walls of ice as the familiar figure of Rundas came skating in, the ice controlling alien gurgling incoherently as the clone swept the area with strategic placement of ice barriers to try and isolate each of the champions while German forces quickly set up a device to puncture the barrier that kept their best assets out.   The tread mounted drill like device began to spin and spin rapidly as it called forth teal energy to itself before releasing it with a terrible shriek that pierced through the barrier and opened up a hole through which German forces could pour through, but even the German hordes paled before the Vermintide to come.  



The squealing of the ratmen could be heard from all directions as their warpstone powered boring devices tore open ragged holes in the earth through which unending swarms of rodent people could emerge, armed with weapons both medieval and steampunk or even copied from other factions of the destroyers as the cries of "DIE DIE MANTHING!" could be heard while the diminuitive rodents set about to enact some extreme violence.  

 

The clone troopers immediately brought flamethrowers to bear on the Skaven, the squealing of burning ratmen overpowering the noise of weapons fire and the cries of the simply human dead and dying, but a formation of rat ogres soon burst through to piledrive their way through the confused champion lines while their comrades brought out such insane contraptions as ratling guns and warp-lightning cannons to turn the tide of the ranged duel, with John soon captchalogue changing into the power suit he alchemized for himself a while back to give him a defense against the storm of German fired bullets and space pirate energy weapons that were entering the area.  

"They never learn" Grimlock snarled as he shoved his sword through the front of a skaven tank and threw the contraption into a mass of ratmen before it could explode into green flames, immolating hundreds of the vermin before more swarmed in to take their place.  

"KILL-KILL THE AUTOBOT!"
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Post by ToadRopes on Fri Dec 11, 2015 4:07 pm

Toad

Toad walked out with a couple of cream sodas in hand and the rest slung over his shoulder.

"Oh, come on, guys!" he groaned, completely exasperated and absolutely miffed. "I walk in for five minutes to buy a bunch of cream sodas, and I come back to THIS?!"

"That's life," Glockenspiel replied.

Toad rolled his eyes and pulled from his back two massive Bob-omb cannons. "Alright, let's exterminate these rodents. Cue the Ghostbusters theme."



Toad slipped on a pair of sunglasses and strode confidently from Howzit's convenience store and twirled the Bob-omb cannons in his hands. "Alright, Mickey Mice--"

"HEY!" the actual Mickey Mouse shouted. "Watch it!"

"Sorry, forgot you were there," Toad apologized.

"Come on, Toad! I know there's a lot of us, but--"

"LESS TALKING, MORE RODENT-SQUASHING!"

Toad marched into the fray and began to fire Bob-ombs in the largest clusters of Skaven. "BOOM, GOES THE CANNONS!" he hollered, mimicking Alexander Hamilton.

"WE ARE OUTGUNNED! OUTMANNED! OUTNUMBERED, OUTPLANNED!" he shouted, firing his cannons and making more Hamilton references.

"Can you take this a little more seriously?" Annabeth called.

"Since when have I ever taken anything seriously?!" Toad called back, firing another Bob-omb into the crowds of Skaven. He then whirled around and fired his Bob-omb cannons at the approaching Rundas clones.

Meanwhile, E. Coli and Zim raised their arms to channel psychic energy to prevent the ice from reaching its intended path, while Dennis set up Stealth Rock to create a pointed-stones trap around the approaching enemy. Marcus drew his elbow blades while Fran sharpened her leafy scissors and Daphne cloaked herself in petals.

Dennis stomped on the ground and sent a shockwave of stone spires to interrupt the path of the Rundas clones, while Daphne and Fran worked on chipping at the frozen barriers surrounding some of the other Champions.

The 50-foot-tall Iron Giant, joined by the identically-christened Golurk, rose into the air and came down upon a large crowd of Skaven, its extraterrestrial armor unpierced by the artillery of the German tanks. Iron Giant the Golurk punched the earth to send a quake across the cavern.

Frisk

*You plead Undyne to stop fighting.

*DETERMINATION sparks in Undyne's eyes.

*You ask Undyne to please remember.

*Pure fury radiates across Undyne's face. The weight of her friends' hopes and dreams rests on her back.

*Someone else's sins crawl up your back.

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