Re: Watchdog of Feroda

From: Keith <keith.nellist_at_aXHw8_OL3tJ3zhqaA_IJJ8Hap_QF451yCp3dkSOURVIubmw7AT-P65wJlAcb3n>
Date: Mon, 04 Jun 2012 10:06:17 -0000

This is certainly non canon, but is what I made up for my Second Age game:

I had the Watchdog as a prototype of the Godlearner constructed god Jogrampur. So, the Godlearners had created a giant statue and made it a worshipped being. This approach failed, so they went on to Jogrampur II, (which was successful and worshipped by a tribe in Pamaltela). I had Labrygon as a Godlearner who was behind bringing the to Feroda prototype.

I'm not sure if there is a cyclopean creature that the statue was based upon. I assume some sort of demon from the East Isles or Maslo coasts.

I feel it should evoke a Harryhausen creation - a combination of the bronze giant from Jason and the Argonauts, and the Cyclops from Sinbad.

Also worth noting that at 1:72 scale the creatures arms are about the size of a human, so a narrator could paint his arms grey, make a cyclopian mask, and lean on a table and balance 1:72 scale Lunar soldiers on his shoulders to recreate the battle of Corflu.

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