Krystal no longer in Brawl? The Internet weeps horny tears

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Recently we brought you news that Krystal — the She-Ra to Fox McCloud’s He-Man — had been revealed as a character in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Brawl via a combination of cunning, stealth and being able to read web pages. It seems that Alesia Glidewell’s online resumé contained an entry detailing her work as the voice of the anthropoid sex object in the upcoming fighter.

But like Cringer, the web is prone to changing shape without notice. As of this morning we received a tip stating the entry had been removed from Ms. Glidewell’s page, and upon surfing over you can clearly see a blank space where the notation once was.

We’re inclined to believe this is a move intended to prevent further revelations from spilling out before Nintendo is ready to open their bag o’ updates, but there is always the chance that this signals the removal of le fille renard from Brawl. Until we know more, we’re going to sit here with our eyes closed, holding our fingers in our ears and trying damn hard to pretend you all aren’t masturbating to fox-themed femslash fiction.

You all disgust me. 


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