A bored Markus strolled along strumming his lute. He lazily peeled at the strings and followed Igor the Barbarian down the winding dungeon passages. The barbarian’s wide shoulders blocked his view of anything ahead, but he didn’t care. There was no drink, no gambling and no women in this dungeon. And for Markus, that made it deadly boring. Why had he even agreed to come?
In this dungeon level Igor had killed anything that breathed (and some things that didn’t – there were 7 disembowelled zombies in the last chamber).
He strummed a light tune again and danced a little twirl.
“Stop it.” Rumbled Igor bluntly, not even turning around. “You are annoying.”
They passed into some sort of barracks. Rows of beds and cupboards.
“I’m bored, Igor. Let’s go back now, yes?” Markus smiled and strummed some more.
“No. Shut up. I’m hunting for survivors.”
“There is nothing here. Everything is dead, Igor. Come on, lets go!” Markus plucked louder and twirled to sit on one of the beds.
“There is something. I feel it.” Igor turned around and hefted his hammer over his shoulder.
Markus sighed and lounged back onto the bed. Lute across his chest he plucked a sad tune.
“When have your ‘feelings’ ever been right, Igo-“ And Markus disappeared in flurry of sheets and blood as the bed viciously writhed and devoured him like a rabid chihuahua with a pork chop.
Igor wiped his face and launched himself at the Bed with a roar.
One Mimic model based on the Twisting Catacombs Bed model. Because mimics should be more interesting than a treasure chest with teeth.
Supplied with an alternative plain tongue
Sculpted by Stan Kolev (Mimic Monster) and Eddie Fisher (Base Bed model)
Concept Art by Peder Bartholdy
Hand cast in high quality resin at 30mm scale. Suitable for most popular
dungeon RPG Games. Supplied unpainted and may require assembly or clean
up. This product is not a toy and is not intended for persons under the
age of 8.