Amalgamated constructs, or corpse dragons, are a class of demonic units valued for their physical malleability and human level intelligence. They are utilized in standard military operations by most countries, typically supporting human squadrons.
Like most constructs, they consist of colonies of microscopic demons, but their binding core is the cadaver of a drowned magician. Although their deployment in warfare is controversial and has been condemned by the United Nations since 1956, the practice is still technically legal.
Hello there anon! Welcome to the shifter madness, we are glad that you are enjoying it! (>‿◠)✌ We thought that the animal form is something that they inherit, like a gene, and like the eye color can be passed down from generation to generation. One can inherit its animal form from its parents or its grandparents, even if it’s less probable. We already kind of explained it [here] but we made a family tree for Pharah to explain it even better! ✍(◔◡◔)
Pharah has cougar’s genes on her mother side and Jackal’s genes on her father side. But she ended up being a peregrine falcon due to the fact that her grandfather is a peregrine falcon itself, so she inherited his genes from him. Ana, instead, got his animal form directly from her mother (like it happens most of the time, the animal form is inherited by the parents)
Genji and Hanzo, for example, inherit their animal forms directly from their parents. Hanzo from his father, Genji from his mother.
For the same reasons, the Torbjorn triplets are all different animals. Two got their form from their parents and the third from his grandmother ✿
I really don’t think enough people realize that to be a Christian and also an artist doesn’t mean that you have to label yourself a “Christian artist”. If you write books you don’t have to write solely, Christian labeled books. If ur a painter you don’t just have to paint Jesus on the cross or the tomb He was laid in.
Your art is already inspired by the great creator. Yes, it should have Christian values behind it but it doesn’t have to be put in that category. It doesn’t even need to have crazy themes behind it like C. S. Lewis’ writing does. You can write stories of redemption and adventure without making the main character into a Christian. You can paint inspired pictures of loss and suffering. You can act in a play that isn’t about God.
God is in every aspect of your life already and you can create so many things in His name. But you don’t have to restrict yourself to only making art that’s explicitly “Christian”. Every single piece of art you make can be made with God in mind and can be made for His glory. Be expressive, talk about your struggles, write about the high points and show people your failures.
Create in His name. He takes unimaginable pride in what His artists create. Because He is the great creator, and He is in everything we do.
Create your own art, no matter what form or genre. And, of course, never be afraid to tell people what inspires you. Essentially, just don’t let yourself be put into a bubble that constricts you from your full creative freedom.
Worship through everything that you create and God will take pride in what you do.