Archive for November 19th, 2013
Day 19 – Mortimer the Anti-gravity Tortoise
The lead character in a childrens series that explains just a little bit about how gravity, physics, and other science subject work by showing how a tortoise who falls up would have to deal with them. Even eating from his hanging food bowl is trouble since if he drops anything, he can’t possibly get it.
Here’s The Hand, the main tracker for a big vigilante group. Her hand was burned in an accident and the glove’s enhanced with many different scientific metals.
She lucked into that second level and had a long, long way to go.
Perhaps the biggest symbol of the gleaming new city that has risen out of the ashes of the old is the brand new elevated train system that carts people to and fro in the downtown area. Before the disaster, the city had a ground-level trolley system, vastly less efficient than the shiny new trains.
Of course, all this was quite expensive. In order to cut costs, the city bought older train cars and used the parts from the old trolleys to repair them. This has proven to be a mistake, as the spirits of those who died on their morning commute began appearing in the seats of the new trains.
Lizzie had been on the shelf for far too long. She thought that it was about time that SOMEONE played with her again.
It’s a Puffligeon… what? You don’t have those here?
One of many of these little thugs running around – taking orders from a mysterious boss…
The Bog god rules the swamps and marshes of the southern lands, choosing to reside in the deepest, darkest, mistiest forgotten about corners of his realm. This amphibious “deity” is unpredictable, being benevolent at times and cold-blooded at others. He is, at best, a friend to keep a long-distance relationship with.
The Tundra Scouts of the northlands are the first-line protectors of their people. As scouts, it is there job to find, and identify threats to their land. But they are also skilled merchants and traders, and are a mix of soldier, spy, gate keeper, ambassador and businessman. Above all, Tundra Scouts are survivalists, living in some of the coldest and harshest conditions- from flat plains covered in semi-thawed earth of lichens and hearty grasses to glaciers, with gaping crevasses and hidden dangers. Their steeds are not only conditioned for the cold, but are intentionally protected from the harsh conditions with fur and quilt armor that keeps the horses warm and dry.
This dude must have a lot of nerve running around wearing a bath robe. The world must be laughing at him.
Ms Dark Song has aspirations to be a headline singer in a big-time Vegas-style act. The devil, they say, is in the details, and Dark Song struck a deal with a dark and strange “other worldly” talent scout. In exchange for her soul, Dark now has what she needs to climb her ladder to success. Meanwhile, her enchanting songs put people into a dark trance, leaving the weakest of souls to never awaken from it.
Melisa is the head waitress from the local tavern. She is friendly and helpful to all her patrons and is really good at her job. However, she can get very stressed at her job and once she’s done with work, she plays extreme sports to release the tension.
Technically, they’re half-human, half-demon. They’re one year apart, Henry being the oldest. Wanted to show both their full demon form and partial one. Both of them also have a pair of wings and Henry’s the only one with the bottom pair of fangs. They’re proper young men, or at least their parents hopes so, though Roland tends to slack on schoolwork. They have been advocated by the angel Serenitatem.