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Started converting my bones v robot kobolds. The idea was to arm them with scifi weapons to use them as a little starship boarding party. 

 

The plan is to do a total of 9 when ever they hit retail, all with different weapons. 

 

So far axe guy has a plasma gun and a samurai banner.

Then there's rocket launcher kobold

Knife kobold has a flame thrower. 

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3 hours ago, Jordan Peacock said:

Awesome!  I've gotta get these guys sometime.  They look like they'd make some great "space goblin" proxies for Starfinder (only of course they'd be space ... robo ... KOBOLDS).

 

Robolds?

 

 

honestly you could just use them as SRO (small) and you're all good with the rules

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1 hour ago, Werkrobotwerk said:

honestly you could just use them as SRO (small) and you're all good with the rules

Or treat them as being fleshy Goblins/Kobolds in Hardened vacuum suits. Somewhere between a normal EVA suit and Powered Armor.. What used to be called "Sealed Carapace" in early W40k, IIRC.

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