In this review, we take a look at one of Tokushi’s newest offerings; the Zela. Originally thought to be a Zebra-Goat mix, they are, in their final form, more of a Zebra Unicorn type of Chimera.
After creating a Northern, a Southern, an Eastern, a Western, and both a Day and a Night Dragon, it’s a little surprising, (yet logical), that Kinzart would release a Central Dragon. We’ll cover it in this review.
Recently, Luskwood has brought in a shift in style with the Lusktoons brand, and even more recently, taken a slightly different direction with the Kellashee. In this review, we discuss not only what is a unique creature, but a departure … Continue reading
The Kirin itself is a good example of a beautiful but oft-neglected species. The Orange Nova Kirin is one of only a handful of Kirin avatars available to residents.
The latest avatar from Kinzart adds to the collection of dragon avatars that the creator has forged in the past few years. This one carries a unique spin on a particularly popular one from a 2010 movie.
Hot off the heels of their Serbex release, DERP has released their Ridgeback avatar. This avatar is more or less the company’s interpretation of a dragon, rendered in their unique style.
Soon after creating the Syn-Squee Gecko, the creator made up a little modification that turned the colourful little happy reptiles into a surly bunch of colourful big reptiles. While the basic avatar still remains very similar to the original Gecko, … Continue reading
Up until this point, we’ve seen Kinzart release their Eastern, Western, and then their Northern Dragon. It would only follow that they release a dragon for that last one direction, and such, here it is; the Southern Dragon. In this … Continue reading
Released just in time for the Rocket City Dragon Festival, the Tokushi Dragonet follows the example of other unique species creations that the creators have put together. In short, this avatar attempts to take traits of Orca/Killer Whales and Penguins, … Continue reading
Released during February 2009, Kinzart Kreetures’ Western Dragon was their main-grid foray into the reptilian kind. Contrasting heavily with their later Eastern and Northern Dragons, SLARF takes a look back at this interpretation of a Draconic beast.