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Valerian – useful alien animals

(Part #4)

This is the fourth part of our main Valérian and Laureline characters profile, with links to previous parts. Here we cover alien critters whose distinctive abilities have made them living equipment for the Space-Time Agents.

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Generic Schniarfer


Yeah, I know. "Ugh, not a Schniarfer". Everybody hates Schniarfers and schniarfing is gross. But did you know that not one, but two Schniarfers played an important role in helping our heroes Valérian and Laureline ? Read all about it here !

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Kistna of the Masters

(Valérian & Laureline)

An enigmatic, powerful and classy space princess who became an important ally of Valérian and Laureline. Also discusses her mysterious, rare species - which other folks call The Masters.

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“Ralph” from Glapum’t

(Valerian & Laureline)

More laid back than a broken recliner, "Ralph" from the planet Glapum't has a brain with more processing power than cyberpunk-future-Google. He plays an important role in Laureline & Valérian graphic novels.

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Quatuor Mortis

(Valerian & Laureline)

A quarter of themed and competent hitmen seen in Valerian & Laureline graphic novels. They're kinda fun, and they're easy to use.

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Bumblebee

(Transformers) (1980s Marvel Comics)

Continuing Bryan's arc through the 1980s Marvel Transformers comics, with Bumblebee. As you could prolly tell from the illustration, if you're an older gentleman. Back then BB still turned into a VW Beetle.

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Ratchet

(1980s Marvel US comics)

Ratchet of the Transformers as he appeared in the 1980s Marvel Comics books series. He's the robot doctor who turns into a robot ambulance and saves the robot day.

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The Shingouz


A triad of diminutive, talented alien spies who frequently sell intelligence to Valérian and Laureline. These are surprisingly popular minor characters, with snouts.

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Sasquatch

(Profile #1 - Classic)

The early career -- everything up to Alpha Flight vol. 1 #28 -- of the mighty, furry, orangey Sasquatch. As of May, 2017 this profile now has M&M stats braided into its fur.

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Mister Droog


An ogre who works as a private detective. This bloke was part of the Halloween of 2016 character creation contest.

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Generic gnaar


Very minor video game monsters seen in Serious Sam as part of Mental' army. Please care about them. Nobody ever does.

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Generic wanamingo


These strange monsters from the Fallout 2 video game are as tough as they are mysterious. Many Wastelanders think they are space aliens, but they probably ain't.

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Optimus Prime

(Transformers G1 version)

This is the "G1" version of Transformers leader Optimus Prime. This means the one who appeared in the classic 1980s Marvel Comics book series.

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Generic Deathclaw


One of the emblematic Fallout mutant monsters of the wasteland, and deadly to boot. This profile includes an example of DC Heroes discussion about setting durability levels for a monster.

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Skyborn companions


The companions in the small Skyborn video game. Hunted healer mage, would-be swashbuckling fencer, lonely mutant girl, regal winged warrior-mage. Not the most powerful adventuring party ever, but they get things done.

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Eir Stegalkin


A melancholy giantess who's a great warrior, a great sculptor and a great strategist. This presents Eir during the Edge of Destiny novel and the early bits of the Guild Wars 2 video game. Giant wolf included, and also now comes with M&M stats.

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Nekev Nisrok the bounty hunter

(Profile #1 - Early)

A sample, hardcore bounty huntress working for the Empire during the Old Republic era (specifically the Cold War era), as explored in Star Wars: the Old Republic. One mean Rattataki who'll take any Mandalorian at their own game.

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Recette Lemongrass, and Tear


The heroines of an odd and cute little video game about running a magic items shop for dungeon-delving adventurers in a Generic Fantasy Setting. The inept but very friendly Recette, and the grumpy but well-trained fairy Tear.

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Captain Mytasha Shiv, totally not a smuggler

(Profile #1 - Early)
The exceptionally honest and refreshingly law-abiding Captain Shiv.

A sample smuggler Player Character during the Old Republic of the Star Wars universe (Legends division). Free-wheeling, sassy lioness person with a blaster, a ship and a talent for having talents.

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Generic Chryssalid

(XCom)

All-ravaging, tough giant insectile alien monsters who can turn corpses into express hatching grounds. Otherwise known as "a major problem".

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Generic Floater

(XCom)

From the XCom: Enemy Unknown video game, jet-powered super-aggressive combat cyborgs with plasma weaponry. We don't suggest inviting these guys to your next party, though.

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Generic Seekers

(XCom alien robots)

Stealthy flying robot scout/assassins looking like giant alien squids. An enemy type in the 2012 XCom video game.

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Gargantus II


He's a giant hypnotic caveman robot, as was the style of the day. He's also the first-superpowered foe Iron Man fought.

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Generic Gourgaz fighter


A pointlessly nostalgic capsule profile for a Gourgaz fighter encounter early in the Lone Wolf gamebooks/choose-your-own-path-book saga. Big lizardman type with an axe, as was the style of the day.

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Mangrove Hag


Another sample Player Character from Everquest II - a mean troll warlock lady. And her cat. She really likes cats.

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Grotesk


A semi-obscure subterranean Marvel Comics bad guy. He's easy to use and comes with some interesting, if niche, lore.

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