Healing the Host
A parasite finds and heals a dying human excavator. Given up for dead by his fellow diggers, this man walks again at the whim of his tendril covered little mistress; his mind a blank and under her control, his body made whole and at her disposal.
Parasite character ‘class’ opening page art for the TME Expansion Rules.
post apocalyptic, mutant epoch, tme, rpg, ttrpg, parasite, symbiont, expansion rules, outland arts, outland system, gaming, game art, inkart, tabletop rpg, roleplaying game, tabletop
An abomination character type for the TME Expansion Rules. Yes, for this sort of mutant you will roll dice to determine what appendages, sensory organs and other features are present on you PC (or npc). Gross, eh?
Mechanical eye replacement. This battery operated,
prosthetic eye unit is similar to a true cybernetic eye
but connects to the optic nerve instead of a full
connection to the brain. Art for the TME Expansion Rules
for The Mutant Epoch Tabletop RPG.
A rebuilt character with a robotic leg. Normally rebuilts have plenty of ‘parts’ strapped, stitched and bolted to them but for illustration purposes, I’m gonna mainly focus on the attachment that goes with the book text. For The Mutant Epoch Expansion Rules.
Vat Brain character type for the Expansion Rules for the Mutant Epoch RPG. This nasty little fella has ‘crabby legs’ and stands only three feet tall. Stealthy and deadly both!
Vat-brain character in unique robotic body. Yes, you
will be able to generate PCs just like this in The
upcoming Expansion Rules for The Mutant Epoch RPG
A rebuilt with false, crank down wheel foot. Great for escaping along old sidewalks and roadways! Kinda post-apocalyptic roller derby style. Oh, she is also fitted with a nasty hook.
Running blade prosthetics for a rebuilt character. These
increase flat out speed by +4 meters per round, but
ain’t so great for climbing junk cliffs.
Copyright © 2021 Outlandarts.com All rights reserved. No part of this site may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, or by any information storage or retrieval system