Viper Squire

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Viper Squire
Lost Protectors character
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Viper Squire art
Created by

Play With This Too
Information
Species Aspalonian
Gender Male
Abilities

Affiliation

Serpents of the Coiled Throne
Title

Neolate Squire
Quote

"May the blood of my king be the strength that flows through me."

Viper Squires are fictional characters made by Play With This Too as part of the Lost Protectors series. They are army builders among the Serpents of the Coiled Throne.

Lost Protectors

Viper Squire is a fictional character created by Play With This Too as part of their Lost Protectors series. He wears a Babel Bracer on one arm, which translates all languages and Tachyon Telegraph on the other, which can send and receive transmissions with an interplanetary range. He carries a deadly Scythwinder weapon.

Development

Play With This Too announced the Serpents of the Coiled Table set in November 2014. They are intended to be crowd funding exclusives. This concept was developed by Trent Troop and designed by Steve Redinger and Aaron Archer.

The closed hands for Viper Squire were designed by Albie Lim.

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

Viper Squire was among the stretch goals for the unsuccessful Lost Protectors Kickstarter campaign. He was to be unlocked if the campaign raised at least $365,000.[1]

In August 2015 Play With This Too released images of prototype parts for Jetstrike, which included parts used on Viper Squire.

In March 2017 Prize Inside released three versions of the Nightmare Scythe on their Shapeways store.

In June 2017 Play With This Too posted color art of the Viper Squire on Twitter.[2]

Reception

The Cybercast podcast for November 22nd, 2014 interviewed Rik Alvarez. He spoke about Play With This Toosday reveals, Astroblast, Bloodbath, Desolataur, Ironstrike, Jetwash, The Mighty Muscules - Son of Testosteros, Tri-Gorr and the Play With Yourself Box Set. He announced the villains of his series would be called Heretics and that the first Play With This Toosday reveal would be of interest to Masters of the Universe fans.[3]

The Retro Robot Radio show for November 29th, 2014 talked about The Serpents of the Coiled Table in the news.[4]

The Star To Star Toys News for December 12th, 2014 interviewed Rik Alvarez about Play With This Too. Rik talked about getting Aaron Archer to join the company, how the crowd funding would start with 4 figures and have stretch goals to 33 figures the Play With Yourself box set and the naming of Talix from Head Shots Vol. 3.[5]

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.

Serving the will of their lord, King Adder, are Sir Pythanore, a wise and cunning aide to the King, Sir Fangramore LeVenomous, powerful lashing warrior of unequaled strength and a host of eager young viper squires ready to test their mettle and earn their honor.

Games

Toys

  • Prize Inside Nightmare Scythe, 3mm Grip (2017)
A 2.6 inch long Nightmare Scythe by Prize Inside. Available on their Shapeways store in a variety of colors.[6]
This mold is the same as the Howler Scythe and Scythe-Winder.
  • Prize Inside Nightmare Scythe, 4mm Grip (2017)
A 4.6 inch long Nightmare Scythe by Prize Inside. Available on their Shapeways store in a variety of colors.[7]
This mold is the same as the Howler Scythe and Scythe-Winder.
  • Prize Inside Nightmare Scythe, 5mm Grip (2017)
A 4.4 inch long Nightmare Scythe by Prize Inside. Available on their Shapeways store in a variety of colors.[8]
This mold is the same as the Howler Scythe and Scythe-Winder.
  • Play With This Too Lost Protectors Viper Squire (unreleased)
A 1:12 scale articulated figure with interchangeable head and limbs. He comes with two sets of hands (open and closed) and a scythe weapon. He has a 5mm hole in each forearm. There in one 5mm hole in the center of his armor's back and two on the lower front of his armor.
Viper Squire shares some parts with Baron Tuskador, Barbaricles, Bitemark, Bloodbath, Bloodsoaked, Boneyard, Catastropheles, Cloudstrike, Concept, Count Tuskules, Desolataur, Dungheap, Faststrike, Flarestrike, Gladiat-Ore, Impirator, Jetstrike, King Adder, Lord Tangent von Tuskuleser, Manvil Forgehead, Meanbean, Muscules, Prince Carnos, Rawbat, Spine-FCKR, Stonebreaker, Stormstrike, Terrortops, Titanic Triceratops XD, Tri-Gorr, Wastelander and Wrecktifier.

Gallery

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