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    Most of Eclavdra’s clones were set out on assorted missions around the world, but her next one she kept close to home,… wherever that was.  Elvyrrae Cormrael was not as rugged as some of the others.  Her genetic splicing had left her somewhat frail.  But what she lacked in physique, she more than made up for in intellect.  As a genetic pairing between Eclavdra and a Spellweaver,… don’t ask how Eclavdra managed to capture a Spellweaver,… Elvyrrae was the most dangerous Witch of all the clones.  Eclavdra had managed to get exactly what she wanted out of the genetic paring, the bifurcated mind of the Spellweaver, the ability to concentrate on multiple tasks simultaneously.  Thus Elvyrrae could easily rain multiple spells down on opponents in a fight,… but what Eclavdra really wanted her for was the increased brain power and speed of thought to solve some of her more pressing development issues,… and to help her fill out the rest of the “family tree”.

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mcafee2000 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Spellweaver would have been interesting - she came out as stated before very well.
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RickF7666 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014
I'm glad you did the four arms in what I consider the correct way.  I always cringe when I see multiple arms coming out of the same socket.  First they would seriously get in the way of each other not to mention the muscle structure wouldn't work.  So good job.
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Calico-Tiger Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014
This would have been a nasty race if any of the players had made one. But considering the abilities I assume it has, it has to be one helluva expensive race to choose (much less come up with a reason for actually having one in the group). Excellent image!
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