The Maui Mallard Manual on getting extra lives: Find a Golden Maui Token and get a life (oh, if only getting a life was that easy...)
Currently rearranging stuff to fit my plans for a new layout
The following is a true bit of Gaian HistoryWell, here's a summary:
GAMBINO: LOL HAY IM POOR GIMME GOLDS KAY?
GAIANS: Normally, we'd say n00b, but you're a pixellated avvy on the maps! surprised *Throws golds at*
GAMBINO: YHEY! ALLOW ME TO BUILD A ******** LARGE TOWER!
GAIANS: Okay :D.
VHELSONS: GAIANS ARE SHEEPS. NO, SRSLY!
TOWER: Y HALLO THAR MAY I COME IN FOR TEA???!
VHELSONS: HONOES! *Crushed!*
SO, the wreckage is from the tower, who just wanted a cup of tea.
~RythLiikin Character profiles
Lijikin started his career of villainy as a very happy simple minded dolt, who would come with stupid plans as means of distraction against his enemies while he slowly pieced together masterminded schemes. His work in a Hip-hop remake show of Super G-Man would have nearly earned him top spotlight, but the show got canceled mid-finale by it's carrier FoxKids v.45. Quickly finding a new outlet of work, the dim-witted villain joined VESP where he mistook Odin for Thor in a fight against a hero. Slowly Lijikin hardened from his old self, relying less on armies of cute puppies and instead on lieing profusely and arguing alot. For a time Lijikin relied on a squirrel in his brain for judgment, but this is no longer the case. No longer in control of Lijikin's mind, the squirrel lives in Lijikin's head. After a long fallout with VESP where Lijikin lamented the fact none of them actually do any villainy and their excuse for the fact that theres only four people was lame, he began living in a bar in an eternally drunk state. Forgetting his once-every-five-months visit was long overdue, Lijikin returned to VESP partially sober and accepting of the fact it will never ever be as active as it once was. He still blames everyone else, however. Lijikin also has a high distaste for most cat-girls, believing they are only trying to ruin his bed and act up on his allergies. He has a fondness for curvy and squishy women, pirates, and poisoning crumpets.Gilbert-
Gilbert was given to Lijikin to care for during December. Deciding that Gilbert was too good for a normal family, Lijikin just decided to never return him. Functioning as a half-sidekick, half-son Gilbert easily becomes nervous and second guesses himself constantly. As noted by Lijikin, Gilbert is a way too "Orphany" and constantly apologizes for getting his orphan dirt on things. Attempts to raise Gilbert's self-esteem tend to fail, but this still hasn't stopped Lijikin from trying to help Gilbert become a functioning evil entity in today's society.Moothy-
Moothy was once an orphan until in a stroke of brilliance, Lijikin decided he needed a daughter. Adopting Moothy after a long trial and error process (I.E. The orphange chose her at random for Lijikin), the two instantly bonded. Sharing many of Lijikin's quirks, Moothy is mostly a tiny version of the Pumpkin Headed Manthing with a fashionable black dress. Moothy also has interests in writing and wishes to one day publish a book of poetry. While Lijikin has a specific distaste to catgirls, Moothy just hates cats in general. She does, however, enjoy A Capella music, learning about the '20s, as well as the hope that she will eventually become a full fledged villain.Optimus Prime-
Optimus was a nameless orphan heaped onto Lijikin unwillingly by the orphanage. Unlike Moothy whom Lijikin feels as a flesh and blood daughter, the pumpkiny one views Optimus as more of an expendable grunt soldier. Needing someone to keep his house safe (as well as ward off anything Lijikin could currently be paranoid of), Optimus Prime can easily be found armor-clad and gaurding the front door of whatever place Lijikin currently resides in. Despite being more of a doorman instead of an actual child under someone's care, Optimus isn't treated all too badly. He gets nights off and very reasonable breaks. Optimus doesn't really complain about his non-job as he tends to get paid in whatever he requests. Once he got paid in fish carcasses. The best jab at "The Prime"'s personality can be made upon looking at what he requests for payment as otherwise he is rather orderly and doesn't display a personality of any kind. No one knows why he has a bear head, and quite frankly no one really cares to find out. In fact the fact that Optimus has a bizarre head (or elaborate mask) is the only thing keeping Lijikin from ignoring the kid outright.