Preview of some new stuff I'm preparing for the next "Made in Asia" 2015. I'll be there with my sister under our duo name "Fujin & Raijin", join us here fujin-raijin-studio.deviantart… . Hope to see you there!
Another member of Holy Order except it's a biological experiment.
Name: G Codename: Blood Forger Age: ??? Type: Demon Personality: Silent Weapon: Blood Likes: Red Dislikes: Salt and Electricity Strengths: - Agile - Unlimited blood - Regenerates - Recieve damage= More power - Can transform blood into deadly weapons Weaknesses: - Core - Salt - Electricity Skills: Cut/Stab- That's right folks, it LITERALLY cut/stab itself. It will cut/stab anywhere such as neck, head, torso, and other parts except it's chest. Blood Weapon- Once it cut/stab itself, it can create variety of weapons such as sword, axe, scythe, spear, and others. But it depends on how much blood it's releasing. Blood Needles- A stab to the hand can allow it to shoot out blood needles. Careful, they're REALLY sharp. Blood Rise- Enough blood such as puddles can allow it to turn bloody floors into bloody spikes. Blood Shield- G gets covered in its own blood which can protect momentarily. G can also turn its blood shield into spikes as well. G's Death- If a opponent only concentrates on destroying G's body EXCEPT the core. A huge flood of blood will come bursting out of it. Hope you got a wetsuit. Blood Burst- A stab in G's eyes allow it to shoot blood beams. Careful, the impact on blood burst is devastating. Spike Ball- G's core (Original Form) will be coated in blood thanks to G's Death can allow the eye to turn into a spike ball. Eye of G- A strange skill that allows the core to use glare, causing its opponent paralyze in short period of time. Don't know how... maybe stare deep into your soul I guess? Blood Offering- Again, thanks to G's Death, the eye can summon its form to attack its opponents. Blood Tentacles- It can turn blood into squid-like tentacles to latch on its opponent to break its bones. G's Resurrection- If the opponent takes too long on killing the core, G will go back to its corpse and revive. Which gives a huge advantage to G since the area will be covered in blood. Info: G is a biological experiment from the Elemental Laboratory. It works for Holy Order but doesn't have any command. G possesses amazing powers that can control blood thanks to the core. G is more of a replica of Nobitsu since G has some of the demon's blood. Even though they share the same blood, there powers are far different. Nobitsu has a unique skill that Holy Orders are dying to get but capturing him is not that easy. G is more of a guardian but more professional rank like Prince Leo. G's job is usually watch over the prisoners or do missions.
Surely, not every mermaid can sing on bay rocks all day without attracting some unwanted attention.
What started as Ship tattoo design, morphed into a great white chowing down on a Mermaid. I Imagine her scales are sharp, so they dig into the massive carnivore's soft belly. Hey, I had to try and make it atleast some what of a fair fight. Certainly, It isn't the worst fate to befall one of my mermaids. Sushi, anyone?
Can someone give her a hand please! Bwahahahahaha. It's funny 'cause its mean. See what happens when I complete my commission list? Mermaids get it. Commission me to save the mermaids!
What usually jumps to mind when people say not to abort because that fetus has so much potential to be the scientist who cures cancer!
Potential and what-ifs mean nothing.
Based on how often Dictator Kax suggests killing people (it's basically the punishment for everything), I can't imagine her dictatorship having a population over a billion (incidentally, if there were only 1 billion people on earth, we'd have enough resources to all live like Americans...).
It's a bit vague what Dictator Kax's contingency plan for the future of the empire is... Clone herself, most likely.
This is a sword that I created for a character, which I am still formulating, but this piece of equipment is almost pivotal to understanding the character. It is a hinged sword, and as such behaves more like a hatchet in principle, and would better be sutied to people who are capable with swung weapons, like nunchaku or the manrikigusari. The handle and joint parts are made out of an extremely durable set of alloys, and the blade itself is a very dense alloy. All told, this is a very top heavy weapon, which requires a high amount of muscle to use effectively, however once swung the inertia and momentum built up and multiplied by the design would make this a very formidable weapon in the hands of an experienced user.
Villains are notoriously bad at getting people to work for them in way that don't backfire, if the heroes nearly never having to deal with 10000000000 now-unemployed henchmen is any indication... y'know, I'm surprised this doesn't break the economy... The Great Depression saw a 20%-ish unemployment rate so I'm going to assume 20% of the population out of work is enough to cause problems for a nation. And considering how pervasive the villain's forces tends to be, I'm going to assume they're the size of those "too big to fail" type companies, if they're not a kingdom of evil on its lonesome. Though maybe this is less of a problem if the villain's henchmen aren't human because humans are racist like that and you can kill monsters with reckless abandon and get away with it and goblins, orcs, demons, zombies, ghosts, and succubi don't seem to get/need a living wage beyond "rape and pillage" Though to be fair, many historical armies considered "rape and pillage" as a soldier's wage bonus... IT'S NOT WAR UNLESS YOU'VE GOT A SOUVENIR! Soldiers love souvenirs.
Though even with coercing people, there's limits to the coercion. They're supposed to be scared of you, not actively working against you or being intentionally negligent when you're not looking.
Well, coercing people into hard labor doesn't seem that hard since you can use a normal not badass person so they can't be that powerful... but coercing people who are significant quantities of badass... >_> that's treading on thin ice.
Anyway, "health insurance" might be a really stupid running gag.
Though considering that KaxenLand is a bit on the crapsack side, comprehensive insurance that isn't a scam would probably be a good idea.
Though on account the KaxenLand education system is built on brainwashing children...