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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Are you always the last one picked to join the team? Will you try anything at least once, particularly if it has never been done before? Are you bothered when people eat pudding? Omul are a mysterious race of amoeba-like creatures that make tricky opponents, skilled in both combat and infiltration. They lack any social graces, consider anarchy acceptable, and prefer to behave as they wish.
The Omul is from the Solar Echoes (TM) sci-fi tabletop RPG by Corefun Studios, LLC.
The 3D sculpt was done by artist Jeremy Gosser. NOTE: The Omul is recommended for print at high detail because of the transparaent nature of the Frosted Ultra Detail plastic, which allows for the internal details of the Omul (nucleus and submerged weapons) to be visible. If you want the translucent look for your Omul, select the High Detail Omul instead of this one. Printing at low detail will obscure these internal elements because of the opaque nature of the White Strong and Flexible Plastic, but it is a more affordable option if you need lots of Omul miniatures, and the external detail is still impressive.