Gizelle - Half Giant witch by mapps ()
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A tiny little thing at 8' 6" weighing 826 pounds
The morphs are She Freak morphs and the texture is by danae
Image Comments (12)
Radar_rad-dude () 1:02PM | Fri, 26 June 2020
Well I would not wish to cross her path or get on her bad side. A most excellent character and fine looking render! Great work, Mapps! Well done!
bakapo () 2:34PM | Fri, 26 June 2020
Wow, that's a big girl! She's a good looking character, her proportions look good.
daggerwilldo () Online Now! 4:33PM | Fri, 26 June 2020
A great Character. I believe she was one of the Gaming Character's you mentioned. What are her Strength;s and Weakness's ?
In a D20 game a Half Giant size would be part of their bonus (in my RPG it increases their carrying capacity) but also has drawbacks in cramped quarters which for most folks they are not considered cramped. They also receive a big bonus to Strength (+4) and a small penalty to Dexterity (-1). They also have a special bonus to Potion making that I am still working out the details on. Dwarves for example can choose to brew their potions as beer. For example a Beer of healing :-)
perpetualrevision () 11:07AM | Sat, 27 June 2020
I like that she looks powerfully muscled and yet also graceful!
tallpindo () 11:28AM | Sat, 27 June 2020
Simulating the metabolism of creatures and their strength and endurance is something usually in the realm of postulation more than even guess work. One upon a time in aerospace I used to call such things applied to logistics and build cost "beanulation" as in simulated bean counting. We had "data delvers" and "data diddlers" as well as "tanker crankers" when a computer terminal was installed and folks were trained to use it in hierarchical classes. Don't take my words a criticism but rather as acceptance of a floor or maybe even a loft on the way to something truly magical.
UteBigSmile () 3:42AM | Sun, 28 June 2020
This is a very beautiful looking image!! I wish you and yours a nice Sunday, take care and stay healthy!