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Create Your Own Coreling Entry: Lure Demon & Mirror Demon

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Our next entry hails from Jay in Derbyshire, England. He came up with two fantastic entries. Take a look!

Hey, I’ve sent two entries, the Lure Demon and the Mirror Demon picture attachments. It’s Jay from Derbyshire, England. Thanks! What a great contest, had a lot of fun coming up with the Corelings. =)


What fantastic entires! Thank you to Jay for submitting them! I love the creativity of both demons and the pictures of them are incredible. Want to get in on the fun? Don’t forget to submit to the Create Your Own Coreling Contest by 11:59pm on May 18, 2012. For more details, check out the rules here.

Posted on May 3, 2012 at 8:00 am by megelizabeth
Filed under Contests, Create a Coreling, Daylight War, Desert Spear, Fan Art, Fans, Meg, The Daylight War, Warded Art, Warded Man
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6 responses to “Create Your Own Coreling Entry: Lure Demon & Mirror Demon”

  1. Love the new corelings, the old look parchment paper really added to the feel of the story, great work! :)

    Posted by Kym, on May 3rd, 2012 at 8:37 am
  2. This is pretty cool. I don’t have time to fully develop my coreling, but I have an idea or two. First is a “diamond coreling.” They are small, golf ball to baseball sized, many faceted, and are truly beautiful. Their primary weapon is one of distraction and mesmerization. They can lure weak minded, greedy humans out from behind wards, but to touch one is to touch a blade of infinite sharpness. Once within reach the diamond coreling will attack by slicing its victim to ribbons. They are also thrown by rock and ore demons at their victims, where they are literally sharp enough to pass through victims like a knife through butter. A diamond coreling has no known weakness, other than its lack of size and speed.

    My second coreling is an ore-based, metal coreling, somewhat similar to a rock demon in strength and personality, but just a little smarter. They have the ability to shape change; limited by their size, mass, and ore composition; picture constantly changing hooks, spikes, shields as appendages, etc. They are usually found in the company of rock and diamond demons and have been known to hurl diamond demons at unsuspecting victims

    Posted by Tenesmus, on May 3rd, 2012 at 9:20 am
  3. Very nice job! The entrant put a whole lot of work into those and they are quite unique.

    Posted by Nathan Washor, on May 3rd, 2012 at 2:21 pm
  4. Wow, Jay from Derbyshire! Those are pretty awesome!

    Posted by RuthAnn, on May 4th, 2012 at 8:20 am
  5. Excellent work mate, I especially love the parchment effect you’ve gone with, I agree that it really adds to the tone of it – as does the Viner Hand font (I’m a big fan of that one too).

    The lure demon I can see as being really effective, especially in remote places – just look at folk tales from here of willow the wisps and min min lights.

    Posted by Snellopy, on May 5th, 2012 at 4:05 am
  6. Wow!
    Great stuff Jay…..dont stop there, keep em coming!!

    Posted by Teflon, on June 7th, 2012 at 4:37 pm

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