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My Future Starfinder Character (Modified Wayne Reynold Art)


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This will be my Red Technomancer character for Starfinder, which I named Malagalm. I know the details for the classes aren't out yet, so far as I know but I just can't wait! This character is actually from Cleric in Pathfinder, but I photoshopped it to fit in Starfinder. No idea if it would be bad for copyright, but I'm not selling it or anything. Just a concept art! Here you go:

http://imgur.com/bjXUNHm

[img]http://i.imgur.com/bjXUNHm.png[/img]

Free for anyone who wants it too!


Malagalm still looks like a Pathfinder Cleric in ceremonial garb. I would have trouble believing that is his everyday vestments. Anyone dressed like that at a spaceport would draw a lot of stares.


Tom Kalbfus wrote:
Malagalm still looks like a Pathfinder Cleric in ceremonial garb. I would have trouble believing that is his everyday vestments. Anyone dressed like that at a spaceport would draw a lot of stares.

Yeah, that's the idea. I like clerics too. Actually, since the developers said they want "bajillion" races and cultures, it makes sense for someone like him to fit in since it's "Science Fantasy," which means it's particularly fantasy too. I want him to be someone from a world similar to Golarion, but one that's advancing from discovering lost technology (much like Iron Gods campaigns from Pathfinder.)I still don't know Starfinder too well yet since there's not much details, but it's just an idea. If it's not allowed, then I say screw it, I still love him anyway! Haha


Is he inspired by a WH40K Tech Priest? He carries a little of that general vibe.


Would he be able to get that staff past the metal detector at the spaceport?


I actually think that character could fit right in with Star Wars or Babylon 5. Sure there would be stares but most successful PCs would get stares anyways. And if Absalom 5 is such a melting pot of cultures than it might not stand out that much compared to everything else going on. Well done :)


Good to see some free art peekings utilizing Wayne Reynolds art stuff out there. ;)

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Bluenose wrote:
Is he inspired by a WH40K Tech Priest? He carries a little of that general vibe.

This is my plan for a ratfolk (still not used to the starfinder name for them) mechanic, red robes and weird little mechanical arms and all, if I can.

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