Female bat/human hybrids. They can be found at the Misty Forest Road in Konami's 2008 Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia [Japanese title: Akumajo Dracula: Ubawareta Kokuin (Demon Castle Dracula: The Stolen Seal)] Nintendo Dual Screen (DS) video game. In addition to flying, a Werebat can summon, and control, any normal bats that live within a one mile radius. She will also carry several favorites, concealed on her person, at all times, mostly out of affection, but also as insurance against the possibility of finding herself in a situation where native species are either non-existent or unable to answer her call for aid. Werebats employ these lesser creatures to perform any number of simple tasks, such as spying/scouting, transporting small items/messages, or even attacking foes. It is believed that they communicate with these minions via sonic waves that are outside the hearing range of humans. Werebats have 99 hit points and are worth 50 experience points, each, when slain. They are particularly vulnerable to "slash", "light", "curse", and "stone" based attacks. After destroying one of these flapping femme fatales, you might obtain the Arma Chiroptera glyph as a reward (which will allow Shanoa, the protagonist of the game, to temporarily assume the form of a Werebat herself).
Newsprint, Kleenex, white/hot/super glue, dog hair (the animal was not harmed in acquiring it), a plastic shopping bag, wire twist ties, and acrylic paint.
(* The maximum height/width of this figure will vary depending on how the joints are positioned. For simplicity, the wings are excluded from the measurements given.)
7.0 cm/2.8 in. x 2.5 cm/1.0 in. (highest point x widest point)
Thirty-two points total: Neck (2), wings (14), shoulders (2), elbows (4), wrists (2), hips (2), knees (4), and ankles (2).
Roughly four days; November 22-25, 2008.