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Wakdchunk by Asanbonsam Wakdchunk by Asanbonsam
This Wakdchunk is a member of a species of shifters I created since I found the Baitu in the Changing Breeds of World of Darkness lacking and poorly done. The Wakdjungégabo are a species of North American shifters that turn between human and White-tail Jackrabbit. There is a similar species in Eurasia, but while the Wakdjungégabo are quintessential tricksters the Eurasian Mirajarim are a much more sinister sort.
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:iconbhurloka12:
Makes sense, since I read many different Native American tribes classify the hare as a trickster spirit - a being with great supernatural powers including shape-shifting.
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:iconasanbonsam:
Yeah I read that too, this one is basically inspired by I think the name was Nanabozho.
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:iconbhurloka12:
I think the same character is called Manabush and Michabo, depending on the tribes. They're all under the name "Great Hare."
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:iconasanbonsam:

These spirits/gods have different names yes, whether they are the same being I don't know, it could be that there are simply similarities, like between Baal and Yahwe.

My goal was mostly to make these beings fit, in the way that it might work, so I made this name anagram. I certainly didn't want to do it the way some authors do, e.g. I remember one where the werewolves called themselves "breed". Not gonna be having that. :D

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:iconjylerforever19:
Love how you made the claws :O good for tearing off faces!
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:iconasanbonsam:
That was the general idea^^
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:iconvannjaren:
Amazing work on the pose and detailing - love the claws, and the detail and shading of the muscles, particularly those sexy sternocleidomastoids... great work on somehow making the expression sinister even though rabbits and hares are traditionally "friendly" animals ;) :love:
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:iconasanbonsam:
Man I had to google what muscles you were talking about. :D
Thanks.
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:iconvannjaren:
Whoops, sorry XD! :giggle: And you're welcome ;)
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:iconasanbonsam:
No problem, no problem. ;)
It happens to me all the time.
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