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Rear Deflector Shield Power Source

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Rear Deflector Shield Power Source!

Cosmic rays zapped the energy crystals in a star ship, making one of the gems gain a mind of its own! It chose to keep its given name, and after cobbling together a crude body from parts in the cargo bay, took over the ship!


-jouste the drawbarian

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Consider yourself gaining a follower, did I say that right?

(unrelated note saw your amazing art vs artist grid, you’ve worked on a lot of character concepts/designs!)

jouste responds:

yep! appreciate it! I'm up to about 109 designs in this style!

*highfives

Well i guess sentient crystals would also be immune to the Infernal Inventory, actually a bunch of things could be, hell needs to update their curses.

jouste responds:

Yeah, I think that new life isn't really in the wheelhouse of something as old as hell.

thanks for the high score and comment!

*highfives

The whole thing is great but "Rear Deflector Shield Power Source!" What a unique and original name. Truly captures the personality of this gem.

jouste responds:

haha yeah, I wanted it to not even be a good acronym. thanks for the kind words!

*highfives

awesome i love it

jouste responds:

thanks a bunch! appreciate the comment and highscore!

*highfives

The suspicious squint on its front camera is cracking me up! I would love to see this character animated, I bet it would have a ton of personality.

jouste responds:

haha yeah I think it would look pretty funny hobbling around and taking out people on a spaceship.

*highfives

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