This this was, no lie, my saving figure. I said to myself "Alright, you have one more chance to make a figure you actually like, or you give this up and go back to PowerPoint illustration and Music Composition". Well, I'm posting it, so, guess what, it's actually worth looking at.
To make a Crustacial Sektid Youngling, one will require the following ingridients:
- A small-size Planet playset- I forget what they are called. If someone can identify it, please do.
- A Spawn Warthog
- A Spawn Rhino
- A Model of a Dodo Skeleton
- A Final Fantasy Cerberus Figure
- A Matrix Sentinel Figure
You will also need an excess of Hot Melt Glue to create the just-out-of-the-embryo effect, but if you don't have that, just paint the Red parts red-brown and the White parts a dark silver and BAM! Crustacial Sektid Wyrm.
Nigh-Immortal Human Cyborgs didn't have much luck in the first few Alien species they encountered in space. First, the Abyss Devourers, and now, the Crustacial Sektids. Sektids are purely animal, in the loosest sense of the word, their bodies fueled by biological electricity that is generated from the white bulb on their heads deemed a 'Thundercase'. They are farmed by the far more sentient Glikt as war machines, embryonically altered to be angry, clawed, and biologically weaponized. From an early age, the soft-shelled Sektids learn to depend on their size, strength, and speed to gather prey, though when they become old enough to do so they hunt with thier claws and killing semi-biological shoulder cannons. No Sektid has a living mother- the only way for a Sektid to birth is to allow its children to break through its own gut and eat said guts out as a first, super-nourishing meal. The reproductive method is actually quite affective, luckily for the Glickt.