Tag: fighter

Day 25: Raggok Mansplitter

| November 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

RaggokThe final Killosseum entry, a remix on last years Blisterbelch (who also got further treatment here). Below, you can see the fighters and the Killosseum itself, 3D printed in all its glory!


Day 24: Myzter Myztik

| November 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

MyztikA warrior with an unknown past who battles in the Killosseum with mystical powers.

Day 23: Squaid

| November 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

SquaidAn alien diplomat confused for an invader, Squaid was thrown into the Killosseum and has been using his psionic abilities to fight for his life ever since.


Friendventurer 01- Ariman Songfellow

| November 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Ariman Songfellow

Day 22: Zara Zain

| November 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

ZaraShipwrecked on Xator Prime as a child, Zara grew up in the Techno-Wastes, and learned to hone her fighting skills against the deadly robot warriors native to the scrap world. Having escaped that mechanical hell, Zara is now a champion of the Killosseum, fighting to repay a debt to a Zero-Syndicate overboss.

Day 21: O.M.G.

| November 21, 2013 | 2 Comments

OMG“Oh my god, its O.M.G.!” Seven-time Killa-Dome championship holder, sent to the Killosseum after a shameful loss to a nobody.

Day 15: Drott

| November 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

DrottThe final playing piece for the Raiders from the Far Shores Pocket-Tactics set. Whole set is pictured below and will be available for print-and-play soon.


Day 12: Drang

| November 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

DrangA young, inexperienced warrior in medieval Norse culture.

Day 10: Bondi Swordsman

| November 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Bondi SwordsmanTaking a short break from the Demonstar characters to design some vikings for an upcoming game module using the same core rules.


#22 Lumumba Sagan

| November 22, 2012 | 2 Comments

Lumumba Sagan. Native of the Planetarium-City of Altered Brazzaville, he forsook medicine to become a wandering fighter. He looks like a Congo dandy gentleman, fights like Bruce Lee. A former finalist in the Gangster Island Rumble, ally of the Altercationist, a fighter, a tailor, a scholar. Everything is communication – dressing, fighting, speaking. “Losing a fight is simply and only a failure of communication”.

#07: Johanna Grimalda

| November 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

I would consider her as the rogue of  the mythical team.  She is human and rarely shows her soft side.

#17 Miranda #18 James

| November 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

Miranda is a dragon. Yep. She’s been James’ dragon for a good thirty years. Usually you don’t bond so closely with a dragon because they’re specialized and you get a new one as you move up the ranks. They’re about as smart as crows and are treated as a cross between weapons and warhorses. There isn’t any permanent-magical-bond going on, but if you’re in the same rank for long enough then you do gain a strong friendship in a pet/master way.
Miranda’s a defense dragon, super bulky, super huge, super slow. She’s about 3 1/2 times the size of an elephant and has ankylosaurus-tough armor all over. She can’t fly but she can glide a bit and jump high with wing help. She’s a little rowdy and enjoys crushing people but she loves James and will listen to him when it’s super necessary. She works hard but kinda stopped caring about any human lives other than his. He has to hold her back from doing nasty things sometimes. James loves her but is also terrified that she might get angry he’s ordering her around so much and just kill him. He can never ever really forget how much power she has. She would never do that of course, he’s just kind of paranoid

Okay so James. He’s both the leader of the defensive forces in the war and the trainer for new recruits. He’s in his mid-40’s. He would actually rather…not be in the war, or at least not all up in the front lines.
He’d rather be tending to the wounded and being a nurse-person but that’s restricted to women (aka the witches). He tries to avoid getting hurt or causing hurt to anyone. He used to get in trouble for protecting his unit too well…as in not actually letting them get to the opposing forces (he was secretly trying to protect the opposers as well), and after that, pulling them away too quickly so they’d charge for like 2 seconds until he’d get afraid and tell them to leave. He managed to shape it into an excellent defense technique so that his forces would almost never get hurt and be able to wear down the other side. He’s, over time, become okay with the killing as long as HE’s not doing it, making him kind of hypocritical. He’s also a sort of feminist, less because he wants women to have more jobs and more because he wants to be able to have theirs (previously people’d thought only women could learn to do magic but even though this was proven false before the war, they’re too used to the status quo and really can’t afford to do a giant overhaul of the system cuz, yanno, WAR).

#30 – Rattila Half-elf

| November 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

Day 30 - Rattila Half-Elf by George Ward

Rattila  is the bastard child of Lovalor (day 29) and an Elf Princess who died in child birth  (long story).  She was exiled from the elf community as soon as she was old enough to survive on her own and she traveled to a human village which rejected her because of her elven blood.  She learned to hate both elves and humans and made her way to communities that had many mixed races.  She had to learn to fend for herself and became quite a skilled fighter.  She was also hard hearted and was willing to steal or kill to survive. She  eventually met Adrika (Day 14) and became her loyal body guard.  The two of then have become an unstoppable force ever since, much to the horror of anyone who crosses their path.

Lovalor (Day 29) is unaware of any of this but he is aware that he has a child somewhere and is out looking for her.  How will he react when he sees what she has become?  How will she react meeting her father for the first time?  That is a story for another day.

Day 13 Craig ‘The Mustache’ Bailey

| November 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

Afflicted with abnormal facial hair, Craig earned his nickname from merciless classmates. He was introduced to cage fighting as a form of venting his growing aggression. Now a tournament champ, he delivers beatings to anyone who dares call him ‘Mustache’.

His obsesion with being hairless extends to his wife.

#15 The Altercationist

| November 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

the altercationist

The Altercationist

“I rather fancy myself an altercationist. Perhaps the best — that is what I aim to find out. And so, you see, I am drawn – no, driven to find the most unusual, peculiar, and dangerous altercations one can have. Winning an argument with a robo-tree by means of Kantian synthesis, or a knife fight with a tiger, if there are any tigers left lying around, you know. Your garden variety conflicts — fighting over a woman in a bar, a gun battle with bandits, a game of ‘chicken’ in flying tanks — these have their place as stolid, staple pleasures. The salt of the earth.  But I–” and here there was an umistakeable and slightly malign twinkle in the woman’s eye– “I am after other altercations, altogether, I should say. The more ‘other’, the better.”

The Altercationist acts like a Southern gentlewoman (it’s an affectation, of course – The American South Themeplex collapsed ages ago). Manners and geniality are the way she copes with living in a post-Singularity world of high weirdness. The world is apocalyptic to the average fearful human, but if the chaos bothers her, she’ll never tell. Prone to tall tales – she’s a lesbian Mark Twain.

The Altercationist is powered by biotech. Everywhere she goes she carries her Old-Timey Traveling Medicine Show with her, full of notions and potions, toughness-amplifying viruses and delightful adrenal cocktails for the discerning combatant and sophisticated survival aficionado alike. They are mostly administered by her lover, Rose Remedy, a belly-dancing cyborg gypsy.

In her search for thrills, the Altercationist has not lost a battle yet. However, as she heads towards The Island of Ultravia to face the top fighters from around the globe, she may yet find herself in an altercation from which she cannot escape.

#13 Johnny Tanaka

| November 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

Johhny Tanaka

In 1970, Pluto the Atomic Lad, a child-sized android originally built to promote peace, snapped and went on a rampage in Tokyo. Before The Squadronnaires were able to deactivate Pluto, Johnny Tanaka’s parents died during the attack.

Embittered, Johnny became a 12 year-old robot fighter. Prejudiced towards all robots, Johnny has spent the last four decades campaigning against the development of artificial intelligence and autonomous mechanical beings, often destroying them when they are built.

Day #8 Maxine Smith

| November 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

From the same universe as Terrance Maxine is another “superhuman” part of the highly publicized Fighting matches. She’s characterized as a villian mostly due to her red eyes unusal for even the superhumans. Her strength is creating barriers, and she herself is pretty tough. just like most of the fighters, she is a supreme athlete excelling in physicality as much as kinetic barrier creation. Politically she is highly involved in the preservation of “superhuman” rights (I really need a better term.) She has little paitence for stupidity, and aside from her political aspirations she stays fairly under the radar  when it comes to media and paparazzi.

#3 Attila Gorilla

| November 3, 2011 | 1 Comment

Attila Gorilla is a science experiment gone wrong.Created by the misguided,but technically good, scientist Hi-Q he has all the fighting skills and strategic abilities of History’s greatest conquerors.His efforts to bring the world under his control are only stopped by Max Action.

#7 The Warrior Queen

| November 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

The Warrior Queen was taken from her kingdom as a slave, learned how to fight in Gladiatorial combat, broke free from her prison and came home, back to her desolated jungle kingdom to rebuild her civilization.