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K'thae - Guardian of the Deep

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#1 Offline Pohaturon

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Posted Feb 12 2018 - 05:51 PM

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K'thae's people live even deeper than the lowest reaches of the Pit, in an undersea world where the crushing pressure can only be survived by beings adapted to the environment. 
Creatures living down there are either very hardy, or huge in size, to compensate for the pressure, and almost all are blind - K'thae included. Nonetheless, he posesses ocular organs and eye-slits in his mask, which combined with a similar societal structure, indicate that he and his kin are somewhat related to Matoran and Toa.
There's just one problem - K'thae is the last surviving Toa-analog of his people, leaving him alone to defend his smaller and weaker kin. 
As the life of his people is constant struggle against the local wildlife, he has become very good at his job out of necessity, however the ever growing danger has forced K'thae to consider a plan that in the past would have been unthinkable - migrating closer to the surface. 
 
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Photographing this figure without a proper transparent stand was a right nightmare, hence some pictures featuring my hand. 
 
Further pictures: Flickr album.
 
Comments appreciated!
 
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