An early modular character.
Description from FurAffinity:
This is a coyote character, this time an "original."
Original in this manner: characters with anatomic separation capabilities are nothing new. A search for dA shows lots of women who can take themselves apart. It seems to be an odd fetish of a sort.
I have to admit that anatomic separation is a fascinating concept. Think of it: Dismemberment that's not lethal. Nor even painful. It's wierd. And wierd can be fascinating.
Of course, it has been sexualized. So I felt a bit of a joke is neccesary on that sort of thing. When it's sexualized, it's always with women. You'd almost think it was some kind of male sexual fantasy.
As a joke, I made Sepp Rennis; a male coyote who used to be a normal gambler, but then came Hamelin, a dapper fox liche who owns a circus for income (magical research takes money). Hamelin made a bet against the young (18 at the time) coyote: well over a billion dollars (today's standard) or five years as one of his sideshow freaks. Sepp was rather greedy and took the bet in a poker hand. While the coyote doesn't know this, Hamelin relied on an illusion to win the bet. As such, Sepp spent the next five years in the sideshow, modified into a detachable freak for the macabre entertainment of sick masses.
The joke is primarily in making the pull-apart "interest" a male. And I know he's got no stunts currently being performed. This is just a basic image. And a clean one.
5 years, 7 months ago
27 Jun 2013 17:48 CEST
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