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female - melee mage - amphibian - ice
tried to stay away from the trident staff combo
female - ranged assassin - anthropomorphic - earth
uses earth gems as power for her ranged assassinations
All you guys produce very interesting and cool heroes! Im very happy to see you all having fun , i did not expect to see such interest when i posted it in the forums :D Dont get it personal if i dont respond to each and every one of your heroes! I see and appreciate them all! Keep up the awesome !
At 8/20/13 03:18 PM, HeThinkzLikeNoOthEr wrote: what the heck is a skill?...
Skill means that the hero is not using any magical power/special ability etc. But rather uses a certain skill he developed through training. Skill is always something that can be trained and learned , without any special powers. Example of a warrior with skill would be a swordsman , a spearman etc. A support hero with skill might be someone who uses alchemy and herbs to create potions. A wizard with skill might be someone who does not produe magic but rather uses special magical artifacts , the closest example i can think would be DC Comic's Green Lantern.
Female elf mage/melee with the Holy aspect.
At 8/22/13 01:52 PM, Zolen wrote: I keep running out of time. Oh well, if I do something like this maybe my speed to quality will raise. Yay.
I don't understand how you're running out of time. You do know you have the whole day, not just an hour or so, right? A whole day is effectively 16 to 18 hours of working time, which is more than enough to paint an entire picture, let alone draw a dude standing around.
Female Undead Melee Assassin, Ice Aspect.
I was reminded of the Butcher from the Midnight Meat Train while drawing this.
Yes, all the the connotations you think of when the "Midnight Meat Train" comes to mind are completely and utterly correct. It's that sort of film, and it's aptly named. That and a retarded ending, because Clive Barker cannot for the life of him get his rocks off unless the fucking supernatural are involved.
There's also the Butcher from Diablo. Which didn't really make sense, because the demons didn't exactly look the sort to have an economy capable of supporting a specified meat carver. They didn't even look the sort to barter, just more of the "run around and angrily attack strangers, otherwise loiter" type.
I could've been more creative with the concept of butcher, I guess. I just went with it because meat freezers. Ice, meat freezers, get it? Whatever.
At 8/24/13 01:40 AM, Lintire wrote: Yes, all the the connotations you think of when the "Midnight Meat Train" comes to mind are completely and utterly correct. It's that sort of film, and it's aptly named. That and a retarded ending, because Clive Barker cannot for the life of him get his rocks off unless the fucking supernatural are involved.
I've actually seen that movie, and I agree with you on all points of the film. Although seeing Vinnie straight up murder people is pretty hilarious.