November 4, 2017 at 12:15 am #148219
CDC- The Spirit of Halloween
The Spirit of Halloween represents a duality, much like the holiday itself. On one side is bright, filled with costumes, candy, and fantasy. It is the one day a year to become someone else, to cover yourself in glitter, to eat too many sweets and celebrate. The other side is dark, filled with the grotesque, the macabre, and symbolism of death. It is a day to glory in the wicked, demented sides of ourselves. The two are opposites, but opposite sides of the same coin. Where there is one, there is the other.
(This is why Halloween is my favorite holiday!)December 3, 2017 at 12:40 am #148591
CDC- International Legion of Justice Villains #2
Fire Bird- I kind of liked the idea of her in a flight suit, but instead of getting in a plane she just sprouts these huge fire wings and takes off. Also got to have that ancestral sword for getting in close. That and when I was looking at references for Japanese WWII pilots I found a great one of a pilot with his sword and it just seemed right to give Fire Bird one.January 13, 2018 at 10:21 pm #149132
CDC- In Memorium
A satyr enjoying all the best satyr things: food, drink, and music.
This one’s for you, Cliff.January 20, 2018 at 10:30 pm #149217
CDC- Ice, Ice, Baby
I went with Snowman: http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Snowman
I didn’t change anything about the character’s backstory. It says he was a statue most of the time and protector of an Inuit-like people so I made him more location-appropriate as an Inukshuk. I did take liberty with the arms, but he needed some kind of arms to fight with.
As a Canadian, and one who lives in a place that’s occasionally colder than Mars and/or The North Pole, I appreciate this contest 🙂February 10, 2018 at 11:22 pm #149645
Necromancers of other races look down on their orcish brethren, thinking them savage and tribal in comparison to themselves. But none of them would ever want to face one. Despite their ‘primitive’ countenance, they are masters of their craft and their power over the dead is second to none. Foremost among them is Kareesh Axehead, born to the Axehead clan and called to serve the spider-god Urohur, the orcish god of death magic. She proudly wears the tattoo of her calling, the spider emerging from flame, and within her craft she is without peer, orcish or otherwise.
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