Artworks of “Noximilien l’horloger” 2010 special episode from Wakfu french animated tv-series.
Directed by Eunyoung Choi at Ankama Japan studio.
Character-designer : Masaaki Yuasa (Mind Game)
Animation director : Michio Mihara
I love this dungeon from Enurado, because of this room. Please note that at the top, there are gold bars being deposited by conveyer belt into a machine which seems to be melting them down and extruding thick sheets of gold. Then, over on the right side, you can see that these sheets of gold are being pushed through a press and cut out like cookies from a roll of dough. And finally, at the lower left, a giant imprinting machine stamps them with their ridges and the giant K we all know and love so well.
I love this because it seems to imply that kamas aren’t minted by governments or nations, they come directly from the gods themselves.
I have no idea if this is canonically correct - perhaps Allister and the other nations are minting their own, but it makes the economy of the World of Twelve even more interesting. Are kamas an elemental force of nature? Is that why monsters carry them?
This old piece of art drawn by an artist who used to work for Ankama looks suspiciously close to what turned out to be the krosmaster figurine of Gein, the Sram demigod revealed a few days ago:
The heavily stylized aesthetics of krosmaster exaggerates some details, but it’s still easy to spot the similarities. The hood (even though the figurine’s is a bit weird and looks almost like a hat) and, to an even larger degree, the unusual collar and weird, two-sided faggers are pretty much identical.
When Dofus is down for maintenance…
We like to play a little game called…
"Bet you can’t fit that ALL in your mouth!"
Today’s feat… A Bagel.