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Re: .

PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2018 9:11 pm
by TheCraigfulOne
Bragallot wrote:You remember him! :D I still have that fig. I originally bought 3 of those manta rays 'cos I was going to make 3 summoners, but then I decided to stick with only 1. For the Falx, it's meant to represent a kind of magical transformation they willingly undergo to get access to the Falx's highest magics.


I've been using them as servants of Brikthulhu, since they're tentacly and all that.

Re: Brag's Figs (Sharane's Aides)

PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 10:16 am
by Craigallot
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Not all new but these ladies got reinforced and got some new equipment so I decided to show them off. They're a collection of 'kinda' random figs that I had but unified through a colour scheme and I like how they look together.

They're the Immortal peach Sharane Darkstar and her aides. She has 2 bodyguards, a second-in-command (nova sword) and the yellow is the captain of her ship (in her absence).

Sharane's aides are resurrected by her through immortal technology so long as they remain useful and loyal. If proven useful enough, she even gives them their own aides!

Re: Brag's Figs (Dungans of Westeron)

PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 2:44 pm
by Craigallot
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The dungans of Westeron lived there long before the minifigs arrived. They didn't mind minifigs for the most part, barbarian and filthy as they were. However, as the minifigs grew more civilized they started caring about stuff like 'hygiene', as well as making things like latrines and sewers. The poo-worshipping dungans became less and less accepted in minifig society, and eventually returned to the wilds.

Sometimes they are befriended and recruited by Dwellers, but the majority are tribal and dangerous. The most common variants are the dung warriors and the poo priests / Jaw Jaws. Due to the ambiguous nature of brown ABS plastic (which is most commonly interpreted as wood, fur or mud), a lot of minifigs are blissfully unaware of the filthiness of the creatures they face.

Dungans often ally with Shitgoats (aka 'Werebears' or Furbeasts), and the most fearsome war parties are accompanied by one or more Great Mighty Poos (aka 'mud golems').

Re: Brag's Figs (Dungans of Westeron)

PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 5:45 pm
by TheCraigfulOne
And now you know why minifigs don't have noses. :rtfm: