I’m not sure how serious I’m gonna be about Inktober, but I could definitely use to work on my inking, so it’s all good. Here are a couple of jackalweres because someone I know thinks they’re awesome and so do I!
Another creature of Inuit myth, the Akhult is a combination of an orca whale and a giant wolf. While it is first and foremost a predator, it is also important to remember that it is also both a land creature and a water creature by nature. Akhlut are much more likely to be found on the Outer Planes as a result, since the Inner Planes are often too “pure” of their elements to provide the Akhlut its necessary habits, although the Paraelemental Plane of Ice is the likely exception.
A Proxy of Thor wishes to expand the worship of his power over the far tribes of the Arctic North of some remote prime material plane, but he needs help finding and taming a celestial akhlut first in order to prove that the northern spirits approve of this new faith.
Anyone wishing to consult the spirit of the Adlet Devil-slayer Tanaraq must first steal a kelutviaq lute made of everliving wood from the lair of her Akhlut companion to prove their worth.
In order to destroy an artifact belonging to a vengeful demon lord, a group of adventures must have it crushed between the teeth of the first Akhlut, who resides in the heart of a massive storm on skyseas of Asgard with Crow-At-The-End-Of-The-World.
Eli: shapechanger, woodsman, secretive loner. One of Darrin’s gruffest companions. He is one of the only voices of reason and level-headedness in the group. Wears a hood up to conceal his true, more frightening shape.
When we applaud the wonderful efforts of the men and women who serve in the military, let us not forget those who remain at home and raise their families, keep their lives and homes together, and provide enormous moral support!
Too my knowledge slivers gain their abilities from what the have observed, and then they share it with the hivemind. So a sliver queen type card that has a spark would work. It would b most vulnerable upon the initial planeswalk.
I am the co-creator of the Magic slivers (story wise, Mike Elliott designed the mechanic). They are shapechangers that share a hive mind with other slivers that are in close physical proximity.
The Winged Sliver can fly because it knows how to create wings. When it is near other slivers, they now know how to shape wings so they too can fly. When the Winged Sliver is no longer near them, they no longer know how to form wings and thus can no longer fly.
The only abilities they gain is from sharing knowledge most often how to shapeshifting a useful body part. They cannot share anything other than knowledge.