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ZPG - Early Char Dev - 'The Pacifier K12' NPC
Friend or foe? Although PK12 was built to aid in the annihilation of the Horde, this machine's loyalty can sometimes be a bit unclear... Even under mind control, this unit has the unfortunate tendency to malfunction. If a team can successfully reroute its circuitry, it's possible to retain this NPC's firepower. Be warned: If a red light is visible, approach with extreme caution.
zombie Pacifier K12 character development, this work is early and is all subject to change.
Is.. Is that a zombie cyborg/robot programmed to help the survivors (but malfunctions from time to time)? If so, epic. Epic, and awesome.
The arms should be huge, as I am laughing when I see Skinny.
Emperor25- it's a machine. They don't need muscles like we do to lift heavy weights. Silly.
You guys have done an amazing job creating the tone and feel of the Zombie Playground world. That said, the Pacifier doesn't feel like it belongs with the level of reality you've shown so far.
I like the idea of kids doing technological mash-ups from items found in a school. Most things you've shared seem to fall into this category. (Depending on what their guns are firing.) The Pacifier feels like a leap into a more advanced Sci-Fi world.
If there are ambulatory class room anatomical models, I can only guess that there are more Supernatural powers going on beyond re-animating the dead (or zombifying the living.)
Just my 2 cents.
Well it is as seen through the imagination of a child and I mean I'm sure some of them thought an amazingly crazy malfunctioning cyborg ally would be a great thing to have and so WA-BOOM. So it came to be =0
: Imagination is not bound by the technology level of the reality the kids live in.
The idea, as far as I can tell, is that this is taking place in their imagination. Or, at least, their weapons and the surrounding is influenced by it.
Robocop! by watching their parent watch old films imagination got tinkered!
Better science project than a volcano that's for sure! If the red light is showing would a jar of baby food calm him down?
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