A BRC MOC.
"You know Telzira! Where is she?? Sh-she disappeared seven years ago... we thought her dead..." ~Lord Amul
About this creation
Name: Telzira Gender: Female Race: Glatorian (Skrall) Group Sisters of the Skrall, Fire Tribe Title(s) none Element: Psionics (active) Home: Vulcanus(formerly), Black Spike Mountains Weapon: Spear MOC Status: Intact
(Missing - Evanescence)
Telzira has been a long-running character in the BRC's Bara-Magna storylines until recently, where she has gone missing. It is the current quest of Ronin the Skrall hero to find her and the other sisters in order to save the Skrall of Roxtus from the slowly massing forces of Makuta Teridax. Most of the Skrall have left Roxtus under the banner of Erikanus, a prophet who has been sent visions by Teridax as he travels through space towards Bara-Magna.
After an attack at Drachen's Hope, a new village in Bara-Magna, Telzira disappeared. As did her lover, Rames, but the two are not together. Both were eventually captured by different parties - Rames by the Nomads, led by Levit, and Telzira by the Skrall Sisters, who believe she has valuable information on the whereabouts on Angonce.
She is currently incapacitated in a Skrall camp somewhere in the Black-Spike mountains, under an illusion placed on her by her mother to make her believe that she never left the mountains, and was in fact attacked and knocked out by Fenrir for five years rather than the number of adventures they had had together.
Meanwhile, a number of Telzira's other friends are on a different quest, to track down the rogue Vampirik Jormandgund.
She also ties into my Spherus Magna storyline, but that part of the story is yet to happen in the BRC.
Design-wise, her body finally looks more like I intended it to. Quite spidery, small, and without a gigantic chest like so many other female MOCs. The body design is loosely based off that of Chris Yee's Tethys. The only thing that annoys me is that those waist parts don't come in black.
awesome upgrades. i also wish those waist pieces came in black too, since they sometimes ruin ruin dark mocs by being too bright, but this moc is most certainetly not ruined, again, great job and can't wait for more.
Very nice. Difficult to see detail, but that comes with using black for anything. Alternative method for waist part could have been to use one of those angled axle connectors attached to a ball joint and secure it between the sockets. In black of course.