Today we see the release of God Warrior Osiris, as suggested by RavenBurns over at patreon!
an Egyptian god, identified as the god of the afterlife, the underworld, and the dead, but more appropriately as the god of transition, resurrection, and regeneration. He was classically depicted as a green-skinned deity with a pharaoh’s beard, partially mummy-wrapped at the legs, wearing a distinctive crown with two large ostrich feathers at either side, and holding a symbolic crook and flail -RavenBurns
Today we see the release of Elemental Corruption Creatures, creatures who are being slowly overtaken by an elemental force, as suggested by Kneeshaw over at patreon!
Today we see the release of Grand Sorceress Duesa, as suggested by Anonfox93 over at patreon!
Some devoted their lives to studying magic for knowledge, others for power or to have control over others, some even hoped they could solve all the world’s mysteries through learning mage-craft, but Duessa looked past all of these things. To her studying magic was not purely just to gain or achieve something, it was a means to an end, to fulfill a dream she had ever since she was a little girl. To Duessa it was become the object of worship of those around her, to turn herself into something more than she already was, to transform herself into an actual goddess. -Anonfox93
Today we see the release of the Runic Stone Golem Goliath as suggested by Gabriele Marzagalli over at patreon!
This golem is an animated statue made of well-worked stone blocks, engraved with magical runes. It carry its duty by smashing intruders with its four giant arms wielding stone swords and inhuman strenght. But when it activates the magical runes its swords gets empowered with magical power and it starts firing Energy beams from the 8 giant gems it has instead of its eyes. This sure is a powerful opponent, but why does it keep everyone away from the vault? And who created it? And more importantly… How many golds is worth the giant eye-gems? -Gabriele Marzagalli
Today we see the release for Dryad Queen Rafflesia, as suggested by Gabriele Marzagali over at patreon!
The dryad queen was once an elven girl that died in a cursed forest, her soul possessed a seed and she was born again as a dryad. The upper part of her body is similar to an elven girl, with green clothes made of leaves, however instead of having legs, her body sprouts out of a giant flower, under the flower’s corolla, the stalk is made of twisted vines and roots, that protrudes like tentacles and in the midst of them a fanged gap opens like an hungry mouth. The dryad queen will kill everyone who dare enter the forest and turn them into nourishment for her offspring. -Gabriele Marzagalli