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ferret dragons: You Can (Not) Prevent Theft
im, trying to get back into the swing of things by just drawing fun cute stuff and that means coming up with lots of character designs, ummm if anyone feels like adopting any of these little dudes just send me an ask ok! * w*//
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this here is concept art for my character for a final fantasy tabletop
frick vieras with human faces thats boring as heck
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I’m trying my hand at watercolors again. I’m just using cruddy paper and super low quality paints/brushes right now but I ordered some better supplies yesterday…
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its time to see if anyone tracking the #synx tag would tag offense to my “”fursona”” (what the fuck ever) being a fancy cute synx
(this is my gaia avatar more or less)
SBURB Title: Knight of Heart
SBURB Planet: Land of Menageries and Rye
1st Echeladder Rung: Pupil of Latransposition
Top Echeladder Rung: Phaedra’s Regret
Fetch modus: Pictionary. A carbon copy of Jade’s modus because it is just too perfect already.
Strife Specibus: peltKind. Can use varying, alchemizable pelts to assume qualities and abilities relevant to specific types of animal… or whatever else comes along with the pelt. A jokerKind-like, in theory, with different applications. The downside is that if you lose the pelt, you lose all of its abilities; and, of course, you can only wear one pelt at a time.
Starting weapon: After many alchemiting hiccups, you “successfully” create the GLEE NAALDLOOSHII, a horrifying-looking generic animal hide consisting of varying stitched-together images of people holding up their thumb and forefinger, alternating with varying images of colorful slushies. It allows you to use a sort of SUPERSONIC VOICE attack, which isn’t entirely useless, but you hate using this pelt because it makes you feel really problematic.
Ultimate weapon: KOMM SUßER TODD. The pelt of a male fox. In addition to providing some basic clawing attacks and stealth upgrades, allows you to create overwhelming existential crises in your target, driving them mad and rendering them significantly less useful. May instead cause target to get really mad about the ending of a book, anime, video game, or other media, to basically the same effect.
JUST IN CASE
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