Current Residence: Tulsa, OK
Favourite style of art: I can't choose just one, but I am fond of cartooning as art
His father had said not to do anything crazy. So had Sheriff Horne. Even Ms. Anning had said something along those lines. Letting a heavily armed Tyrannosaurus Rex point a missile launcher at your friends seemed less crazy than stopping him, however, so Jason was reasonably sure he was in the clear with his father.
Tyrannus Khan, on the other hand, was going to be less forgiving. With a forward shove of the control-sticks, Jason sent the Dynosphere ramming into the renegade DinoKnight’s midsection. Khan rolled backwards on the ground, landing in a pained heap a few yards away.
“Little rodent wants to play DinoKnight?” Khan rose to his feet, cracking his neck. “Lets play, brah.”
“You can play if you want.” Jason said, the Dynosphere projecting his voice through the external speakers. “I’m getting the job done.”
“Sweet brah.” Tyrannus Khan laughed. Perhaps these tiny mammals would be fun after all. “Come at me!”
Based on an idea from @siphersaysstuff, this is a less humanoid take on Mr. Sea/Mr. Sky. The idea is that they are both equally adept on land, but taking to the sky or the sea requires a painful rearrangement of anatomy. The wing crunches/collapses into a fin/flipper or a fin expands out into a makeshift wing, as one head moves to the front depending on who is in charge.
I’m not entirely sure how to handle Mr. Sea’s limbs. Walking on the side of a flipper is too clumsy for an effective land form, and I don’t want to infringe too much on HodgePodge’s asymmetry. If I make Mr. Sea my hated enemy Tanystropheus rather than the more iconic Elasmosaurus it’s an easy fix, as Tanystropheus had full arms and legs rather than flippers.
Maybe something where he walks on the tip of the flipper like a crab leg, keeping the swimming arm more humanoid as a part of the alterations made by the dark heart? Once I figure out the basics of proportion and arrangement, I’ll play with which side of the torso the given limbs and tails line up on.