Post by bacomon on Feb 27, 2021 2:52:58 GMT
Digimon Name: Current form. Some people call him Baco though.
Default Form: Rookie - Bacomon
Gender: NaN - Personally doesn’t care about pronouns (Has a male voice though, so male pronouns are common)
-According to his own words, his greatest talent is “common @%!îng sense, you glitched #^*$s”.
-He’s good at wrapping things. Because he’s a Bacomon. The world flows with originality.
-He’s a quick learner and a natural Jack of all trades.
Hostile, sassy and practical to a fault describes every first impression you might get of this Bacomon. Little would believe that he has anything to offer, but hidden in his backhanded comments is surprisingly often the notions of good advice. It’s hard to see if the advice is coming from a good place.
No matter how much of his contacts you’d ask, it seems that the ideal situation with him consists of either an almost hostile silence or him spouting equal amounts of advice as insults. There is no recorded case of ‘happiness’ or ‘connection’. Some say they have encountered a stare with less contempt when his anger is countered with someone else’s common sense, but this is just as much conjecture as it is fact.
With all the focus on him yelling common sense, everyone expects him to just be an angry fellow hiding his own incompetences with loud words. Turns out, that’s not the case! He actually has quite the ability to learn, adjust and improve himself to his situation. He’s just equal parts angry as he is capable.
Bacomon has little of what you can call friendships. Yet there are people he will not make any effort to avoid, should they cross paths more than once. He will also assist them if he believes their situation can be improved with his specific brand of skills, but it’s difficult to know if this is goodwill or showing off.
Oddly, while he’s quite tolerant of casual violence like kicking your ‘friend’ on their toes to prevent them from walking in a trap, he’s quite intolerant to crime and rampant aggression. He seems to have some ingrained morals of some fashion.
A history could not get more dull than this one. Don’t believe it? Well, then let your statement be challenged.
He was born in the village of beginnings. He was a temperamental little baby, and sometimes a bit of a bully. And then as a in-training digimon, he was ever so slightly faster to learn to talk than the others. He was a bit too much of a grump to enjoy most games, but he did play with groups ultimately. He then, eventually, became a Bacomon. He left the village of beginnings and started learning how to do Bacomon things. Most Bacomon things included wrapping boxes.
So he wrapped boxes, trying to make a living of it. He preferred and prefers to work in warehouses, and rarely does he also open up to wrap things on request. When he does, he’ll even throw in fancy wrappings if the customer will pay for it. Think of that. Fancy wrappings. Whenever asked why he doesn’t offer his services outside of warehouses more often, he’ll simply say “customer service is the suicide of common sense.”. He’s actually been at it for quite a while, and it’s known for people to ask him why he always looks angry during it. He usually retorts sassily and they stop inquiring. Those who continue anyway, may find themselves talking to a very sensible digimon who’s able to apply his brand of thinking to many different situations. It makes him a surprisingly good advisor.
As such, he ended up a bit of an advisor in addition to a box wrapper. Whenever anydigi had a simple business idea they needed to check by someone, they could get a string of expletives telling them if it was smart enough for some ‘other spaghettibrain’ to fall for it, or was badly written code itself.
Surprisingly enough, he’s been doing this for years and seen himself get into quite a few random situations for it. Every time he had little choice but to stand with the other civilians, but that doesn’t mean that he practices self-defense when it was his only option. He struggles to digivolve at all though, so against more dire threats, he has no choice but to make like the civilian he is, and run or cower.
INITIAL EVOLUTION LINE
He's only ever made of paper and cardboard, but somehow it contains his rage.
He's only ever made of paper and cardboard, but somehow it contains his rage.
Universal Non-combat Passives
Spot reserved for future RAM GIGA Ability
NaN Type - NaN Description
Family/ies: Metal Empire
Fighting Style: Ah yes, the frightening Fresh form. Upon closer inspection, this specific metalkoromon isn’t made of metal at all. He’s moreso made of convincing aluminium foil! If you’re reading this, then the lack of structural integrity is probably a benefit to you, but A: i hope you feel cheated anyway, B: You probably should be concerned that you’re reading the fighting style of a fresh digimon. Obviously this form just runs from combat.
Digivolves To: Pickmon
Family/ies: Metal Empire
Fighting Style: Upon closer inspection, the Pickmon is made of convincing aluminium foil covering cardboard. Hopefully you feel just as cheated as you felt when you inevitably read the fresh fighting style. This time, there’s a little more tune to his combat style, as he has a whopping one attack. He still runs away.
Attack - Somehow, from the tips of his horns, he shoots a paper blast at his opponents to try and stun them or knock them back. 1 turn cooldown.
Digivolves From: Metalkoromon
Digivolves To: Bacomon
Appearance: He looks like a Bacomon for most part, except he has angry eyebrows taped over his eyes. He might have put those on himself, but it seems more likely someone taped them on his sleeping face, which he probably doesn’t find funny, no matter how accurate it might be. His 3’3” size is rather average.
Fighting Style: Finally, no more aluminium deception. It’s time for true cardboard combat. Bacomon has a utilitarian fighting style that involves sucker punches and cheap blows to prevent others from using their own skills effectively, using his head to great effect, often quite literally. He can pop little paperworks and the like from his head, even launching them if so desired.
Attack - A simple melee attack done in any fashion which is meant to catch an opponent offguard. Does extra damage if an opponent is talking. Has a 1 post cooldown.
Attack - A ranged attack, performed by launching something from his head or throwing something. It moves quickly and is well-aimed to ruin someone else’s aim. Does damage and reduces the power of a move the enemy will use their next post. It reduces the power even further if the enemy’s has been charging a move when hit, or been channeling a move that can last for more than 1 post when hit. Has a 2 post cooldown.
Defense - By creating something from his head to block with or hide behind, Bacomon creates an opportunity to take less damage. This defends against all moves for one full turn, and counts as either a block or a dodge depending on Bacomon’s choice. It is equally effective at reducing damage either way. It reduces the damage dealt from all rookie attacks for 1 turn, only fully defending against rookie attacks with 0-post cooldown. Has a 2 post cooldown.
Utility / Mobility passive - By using a length of box-wrapping tape he always seems to have on hand, Bacomon can pull himself around the battlefield. He can naturally just move faster, but he can also use his tape to empower whatever move he’s using, making it more effective in what it does by adding some movement to it. Empowering a move has a 3 post cooldown.
Digivolves From: Pickmon
Digivolves To: Omekamon
Appearance: Basic Omekamon appearance. 4’6” tall.
Fighting Style: Omekamon is an unstable form for Bacomon, his code not being strong enough to hold a champion for more than a few minutes at a time. His combat style doesn’t change much, but having access to a weapon of sorts is something he will gladly utilize. Expect more of the same, fast paced, dirty fighting style that is made to prevent others from doing what they want.
Attack - Omekamon launches the marker on his back like a massive rocket, causing it to cover enemies in various types of ink. The inks somehow weaken the opponent in every way possible, giving a massive opening for Omekamon to use. Which is good, because launching your main weapon at an opponent frankly sounds pretty dumb. This move does plenty of damage and also debuffs an opponents attack, defense and speed each by a decent amount for 3 posts. This move is only usable once per thread.
Attack - While he’s not sure what the use of restricting one move to a kicking motion is, he has to admit, it’s deceptively powerful. This kick attack hits hard and that’s pretty much it. Does good damage and is good at shoving opponents. This move has a 3 post cooldown.
Attack - Omekamon lifts his Wanwan blaster slightly, firing wads of paper soaked in light blue ink from under it. Upon hitting an opponent, the paper and light blue ink explodes everywhere, dealing it’s damage in an area around the point of impact, hitting up to 3 digimon. This move has a 2 post cooldown.
Attack - Omekamon reveals a powerful white marker with orange ink and letters on it from his left arm and slashes it at his opponent! This move has a 1 post cooldown.
Marking Strike [RAM upgrade]
Attack - Omekamon strikes using any part of his body, somehow leaving behind a stripe of purple marker ink on his opponent. This move has a 1 post cooldown.
Defense - By creating some coloured papercraft from his marker to block with or hide behind, Omekamon creates an opportunity to take less damage. This defends against all moves for one full turn, and counts as either a block or a dodge depending on Omekamon’s choice. It is equally effective at reducing damage either way. It reduces the damage dealt from all Champion attacks, for one full turn. only fully defending against Champion attacks with 0-post cooldown. Has a 2 post cooldown.
One of the Mythical Regal Artisans
Passive - Moves using Omekamon’s marker leave enemies covered in various types of inks which have various side effects. Enemies struck by blue ink are slowed down by a strange cold. Enemies struck by Orange ink are bothered by it’s strange glowing glare, reducing their attack. Enemies struck by the enigmatic purple ink have their defenses weakened by strange brittling. Each of these affects only apply for the turn directly after the enemy is hit. The effects are slightly less than moderate in strength.
Digivolves From: Bacomon
Digivolves To: NaN