Indigenous Australian knight!!! (Non stop knight character desgine contest)
For my entry I was inspired by the Indigenous Australian warrior, as for both artistic and game mechanical reasons.
As for the knight his name is Bambam, an upcoming soldier in his early teens born in a warrior's tribe with a soul for adventure and curiosity lit with his soul of challenge, the best person for dungeons.
His arsenal consist of many Australian inspired hunter weapons,, though a bit exaggerated for plot,, he mainly wields oversized double boomerangs or the wooden skyth shown above. The weapons could also be upgraded or swapped for Clobs, blades, spears or other Indigenous tools.
His Armour is matched that required in the game, which is a helmet, chest and shoulder Armour pieces, and a Helmet. Each item is inspired from the real traditional wear, from which the chest and shoulder pieces are made of hardened wood, Helmet is also shaped as an idol mask decorates with various bird feathers collected from the hunts, the Cape is also made of animal skin, mostly possum skin from the variant dots and stripes.
The coat is adjustable with most of the available game skill seeds and specials. New specials however could be added just as a rain dance themed moves. My personal favourite move was the clone, really helped boosting my attacks through the levels, would be a good choice with the coat as well.
Moving on to our Knights companion,
it's a phorusrhacoid bird called knuckles,
he's inspired by the Cassowary bird, but more friendly and as still as much as furious.
His head gives him the advantage of combat application and his long legs and feathers increase his velocity and acceleration, giving him both speed and strength over other companions giving him the title of the fighting bird.
His illustration might not be as much clear as it didn't come out as I expected for I was a bit on a hurry, but he still manages to be an adorable pet.
I hope my entry reaches this contest and to be atleast featured, I'm sending this through the Jazza's entry for being the one guiding me to it as I hope to be atleast noticed by him for being an admirable artists that I've been following for a couple of long year, and he truly taught me alot.
And thank you.
Yours truly: Captain Slow.
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