Prince Carnos

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Prince Carnos
Lost Protectors character
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Prince Carnos art
Created by

Play With This Too
Information
Species Aspalonian
Gender Male
Relatives King Adder (father)
Abilities

Affiliation

Serpents of the Coiled Throne
Title

Heir to the Coiled Throne
Quote

"Nobel birth must never be forsaken."

Prince Carnos is a fictional character and homage to the Thundercats character Slithe made by Play With This Too. He is a member of the Serpents of the Coiled Throne.

Lost Protectors

Prince Carnos is a character created by Play With This Too for their Lost Protector series. Prince Carnos is a member of the Serpents of the Coiled Throne.

Development

Prince Carnos is an homage to Thundercats Slithe.

Desolataur was designed by Steve Redinger. Desolataur parts were used in the design of Prince Carnos.

The head for Prince Carnos was designed by Emiliano Santalucia to look like a bush viper. The tail and closed hands was designed by Albie Lim. Play With This Too first put art of the head on the Facebook page in February 2015.[1]

In February 2015 Play With This Too released images of the prototype for Desolataur, which included parts used on Prince Carnos.

Stormstrike and Prince Carnos were among the stretch goals for the unsuccessful Lost Protectors Kickstarter campaign. They were to be unlocked if the campaign raised at least $380,000.[2]

Fictional biography

The mysterious Serpents of the Coiled Throne maintain order on their home-world of Aspalon. These fearsome cold-blooded warriors claim kinship with the snakes and serpent-men of all worlds and woe be to any man or machine that intervenes in their quests or, worse, goads them into battle.

Prince Carnos is out to prove himself worthy of his sire, King Adder.

Toys

  • Play With This Too Lost Protectors Prince Carnos (unreleased)
A 1:12 scale articulated figure with interchangeable head and limbs. He has numerous 5mm connector ports. Comes with a helmet and two sets of hands (one open, one closed).
Prince Carnos shares the same basic design with King Adder.
Prince Carnos shares some parts with Barbaricles, Bitemark, Bloodbath, Bloodsoaked, Calaminous Haagenti, Catastropheles, Count Tuskules, Desolataur, Dungheap, Impirator, Lord Tangent von Tuskuleser, Meanbean, Muscules, Rawbat, Sir Fangramore LeVenomous, Sir Pythanore, Spine-FCKR, Terrortops, Titanic Triceratops XD, Tri-Gorr and Viper Squire.

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