This week's release is special! Two complimentary packs that recreate monsters with the same names, but completely different designs! One for Front View, and one for Side View (Though many can be used for either!) So let's look at the P. KONEKO Monster Design Packs!
Give your players some new fearsome foes and enthralling enemies to battle against with two packs this week: P. KONEKO Monster Design FV and P. KONEKO Monster Design SV! Parabyo Koneko. created these packs using a painted style to bring some incredible enemy ideas to life. With 37 enemy types in each pack to choose from, get ready to battle against banana slugs (emphasis on the banana), moon-devouring wolves, and musicbox mimics in the FV pack and pink bunny slugs, demonic three-headed wolves, and a decidedly UN-happy meal burger mimic in the SV pack!
The FV and SV packs share the same naming conventions for each battler, but put their own spin on them! The FV dragon’s red scales and six-limbed design are reminiscent of European dragons while the SV dragon’s serpentine body bursts from the ground as its extra eyes search for its next meal. Have your fantasy heroes face off against the FV dullahan who wields a spinal cord whip from horseback, or send your heroes to a steampunk or more modern world with the SV dullahan who rides a magic-powered motorcycle! The FV and SV taur enemies switch which body parts are monstrous with the FV being a bull-headed minotaur and the SV a green-furred centaur, and even the most common of enemies, slimes, have their own unique looks! Battle the FV slime in the field where its bulbous body that holds a small heart inside can bounce along the ground, and find the SV slime (in an adorable gummy bear form) in a magician’s tower where it escaped the bottle where it had been imprisoned! With other enemies such as skeletons, fairies, merfolk, dragonewts, and even satan, you’ll be sure to find fitting foes for all over your game’s world!
Each battler comes in three sizes: normal for smaller resolutions or common mobs, big for larger resolutions and boss monsters, and the original size (which is the largest so that you can shrink them down to perfectly fit your battles). And if having three different sizes to choose from wasn’t enough, each pack also includes an arrangement folder where you can find each battler split into separate parts for its body, effects, and shadow so that you can tweak it to better fit your vision! Want to have an extra option where the FV mimic chest doesn’t have coins and drool spilling out of its mouth? Then leave off the effects image. Or show that you’re facing off against the SV lesser daemons high in the sky by removing their shadows! So if you’ve been searching for some new monsters for your heroes to face or just love seeing an unusual style to kickstart your brainstorming session, check out both P. KONEKO Monster Design Packs!
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