Crown Cap Badge

The Crown Cap Badge tags you as a distinguished elite.

The Crown Cap Badge is a headgear type that boasts a distinguished insignia. Prime marks and circumflexes surround a glorious “tag” crownlet in the center. The ‘Ivrit Revival Movement bestows these ornaments only on warriors who prove their noteworthy status. This item is based on the תוג shoresh root, which deals with tag crowns on Hebrew letters as well as badges, labels and ornaments.

In the “Milhamah” games, the Crown Cap Badge will likely be golden rank rarity and will be found fairly early in the game. It will tentatively grant a character DOM +2D and GRA +1D. But in exchange, sentient enemies are likelier to target the wearer due to it increasing enemy aggro.

In other news…

 

The Nesheq Weapon is now in color.

A couple of days ago I did more coloring and item design, this time for the Nesheq Weapon. Based on the נשק shoresh root, this launcher will let players fire a rocket that explodes into flaming kisses.

In the games, the Nesheq will likely have carnelian rank rarity, and it will be found in the early to middle levels. Users may target an enemy by using the Ranged Weapons skill or the נשק shoresh. A hit does CRE+3D damage. If rolling for נשק, the target may fall under the charmed ailment if the target fails a GRA resistance roll. Range: Medium, Damage Area: Medium.

Nesheq (Inktober Day 20)

A Nesheq is the ultimate weapon.The Nesheq is a weapon that promises to be the kiss of death… if you can figure out how to use it!

As Tiqwah Tawit (in civilian disguise) demonstrates, the Nesheq’s features come from the נשק shoresh root and broader family. It can launch a flaming explosive at its foes. Several jointed mechanical arms can grip or strangle opponents, and a sharp steel trap offers an extra bite. In addition, a swiveling hammer at the other end slams even the toughest enemies into the ground.

So what’s the only catch? The Nesheq’s user interface leaves… something to be desired. Flip the wrong switch or press the wrong button, and it can backfire on its user!