Good morning tabletop lovers! Last week we showed you the cats; this week, all dogs go to the dungeon. I really hope you like what you’re seeing, because we’ve still got a good amount of really cool characters to show off. Let’s give the kobolds their time to shine, and then we’ll continue along as usual.
In a couple of ways, these look like a pairs of the same kobolds. Sword and robes are a motif in this set, it seems. But there’s more than meets the eye to these characters. Let’s learn more about our kobold adventurers.
Carmela Luja takes great pride in her position as a knight of the king of Andamar. She keeps her armor nicely polished, but she’s not afraid to get it dirty.
Vyers Rodan is a thief who knows he’s adorable. While it doesn’t quite work in his advantage with his own people, a lot of the human, non-anthro races drop their guard when they see him. He uses that opportunity to jab them with a knife or a sharpened stick.
Tibald Yaruff is a known fencer. More a swashbuckler than anything, he’ll work for people for the right price. He’s always willing to prove his worth and test his mettle.
Rounding out the bunch, we have Paifa Doran. More than any other person in this group, she cares about the people she travels with. If anything should endanger them, she’ll make sure they have a way to get to safety, even if it’s without her by their side.
So those are our four kobolds set to adventure into the Living Dungeon. What kind of breeds would you like to see in the future? Me personally, I want to see a kobold that looks like a Saint Bernard. That’s neither here nor there I suppose. Keep an eye here, because next time we bring you QQ adventurers, we’re looking at an awesome quartet of Lagano. See you soon!
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