Viking Amoeba Army

Listeners might recall that Shaun will occasionally ask authors to draw a viking amoeba inside specially signed copies of their books.  To date, three authors have done so.

Joining the army is easy.  If you are an SF/F author, graphic novelist, or artist and would like to be included (both in the show and in the army), send us an email at skiffyandfanty[at]gmail[dot]com and let us know!   We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.  It’s that easy.

The following are the additions thus far to the Viking Amoeba Army (listed in the order they were received):

The Draekon’s Underling — Vannus Ebromia
Strength 3; Intelligence 5
Special Ability:  Whisper (In secret, add +3 to strength for one of your Viking Amoebas for one turn; write the target amoeba on a piece of paper and reveal it during combat)

(The Secret Empire by Paul Genesse)

The Consumer — Duchaosus
Strength 5; Intelligence 1
Special Ability:  Absorb (During combat, you may sacrifice one amoeba to permanently increase Duchaosus’ strength by that amoeba’s strength)

(Vampire Empire:  The Greyfriar by Clay and Susan Griffith)

The Taephus Commando — Dictavian Scoidius
Strength 7; Intelligence 5
Special Ability:  Reinforcements (If Dictavian is outnumbered in combat, you may draw enough Viking Amoebas from your Consumed pile to even the odds, starting from the top)

(Shadow Ops:  Control Point by Myke Cole)

The Giver Saint — Nickael Pheumos
Strength 3; Intelligence 8
Special Ability:  Infection (All damage dealt by Nickael replicates into all adjacent units at half-damage when activated)

(Death’s Heretic by James L. Sutter)

The Draekon of Foleris — Vohextra Naeglerian
Strength 10; Intelligence 5
Special Ability: Fear (Vohextra must be blocked by three or more amoeb
a)
(Sword of Fire and Sea by Erin Hoffman)

The Shield —  Palustria Apteryxe
Strength 6; Intelligence 3
Special Ability:  Encase
(divert all damage dealt to one of
your amoeba to Palustria; reduce that damage by half)
(Geist by Philippa Ballantine)

The Vastatiotor — Castellan Ustulanthis
Strength 6; Intelligence 5
Special Ability:  Scorched Earth (If Castellan is involved in combat, inflict 1 point of damage to all enemies on the field once
combat has ended and an additional 2 if Castellan dies)
(Tome of the Undergates by Sam Sykes) 

Burn, baby, burn!

Archon of the Amoebocalypse — Naeglis Orphea Tartarus
Strength 15; Intelligence 2
Special Ability:  Revivalism (Any single amoeba destroyed by the Archon is resurrected on your side of the battlefield as a zombie amoeba with a strength of 6 and an intelligence of 1)
(State of Decay by James Knapp)

The Apothecary Warrior — Dinteris Fragaeba
Strength 4; Intelligence 4
Special Ability:  Dampen (1/2 the # of units which can defend this turn)
(Interzone:  the Jason Sanford Special Issue)

The Weapons Smith — Astridora Protea
Strength 4; Intelligence 4
Special Ability:  The Forge (+2 to Attack and Defense for all troops)
(The Alchemy of Stone by Ekaterina Sedia)

The Commander of Amoebus — Endo Naeglafowl
Strength 7; Intelligence 7
Special Ability:  Rally Cry (+5 to Fortitude for all troops)
(The Poison Throne by Celine Kiernan)

The Viking Amoeba of Doom — Morgath Histolicus
Strength 9; Intelligence 3
Special Ability:  Rage (x2 damage)
(The Silent Army by James Knapp)

Amoebas on steroids are scary...

The First Incarnation — Percy von Coleye
Strength 3, Intelligence 4
Special Ability:  Confusion (evade one enemy attack)
(Nights of the Villjamur by Mark Charan Newton)

5 Responses to “Viking Amoeba Army”

  1. mrfusspot January 10, 2011 at 5:08 pm #

    These are absolutely amazing.
    I’d play a card game based off these.

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