RETROSPECTER MADE ME RAGE! – Friday Night Funkin' Vs. RetroSpecter PART ONE – HARD (Full Week)

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I finally buckled down and tried @RetroSpecter ‘s mod and even though the main week isn’t even complete, I still wanted to cry. This Friday Night Funkin’ mod was insane and made me so mad. In all seriousness though, big congrats on the awesome mod release. I’ve been jamming to Retro’s stuff for a LONG LONG time and it’s awesome to see the transfer to this community. Amazing work.

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Vs. RetroSpecter PART ONE: https://gamebanana.com/mods/317366
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RETROSPECTER MADE ME RAGE! - Friday Night Funkin'  Vs. RetroSpecter PART ONE - HARD (Full Week)

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  1. Wrath: Meliodas (very angry)
    Lust: Gowther (super uhhhh like P. O. R. N)
    Pride: Escanor (proud or like it name pride)
    Gluttony: Merlin (very hungry)
    Greed: Bang (Greedy)
    Envy: Diane (jealous)
    Sloth: King (lazy)
    7 sin (nanatsu tazai) :>

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