Conker’s Bad Fur Day – Monk Gobling Free Papercraft

Conker’s Bad Fur Day – Monk Gobling Free Papercraft

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Conker’s Bad Fur Day – Monk Gobling Free Papercraft

Conker’s Bad Fur Day – Monk Gobling Free Papercraft

This papercraft is the Monk Gobling, based on the game Conker’s Bad Fur Day, the paper model was created by Paperlegend. Monk Goblings are short yellow Goblings that wear red robes. They are typically seen reading large stone tablets, in some foreign language. If Conker happens to stand on their tablets, the Gobling will pause for a second, and then flip Conker off the tablet while saying, “Get off my stone!”, sending him far up high into previously unreachable areas. Near the beginning of the game, Conker throws up on a Monk Gobling standing outside The Cock and Plucker. Brother Clavius, author of Birdy Brand Manuals Presents the Survival Guide to the Panther King’s Kingdom: Squirrel Edition, is a Monk Gobling.

Conker’s Bad Fur Day is an action-platform video game developed and published by Rare for the Nintendo 64 video game console. It is Rare’s last game for that console, released on March 5, 2001 in North America, and on April 6, 2001 in Europe. The game stars Conker the Squirrel, a greedy, heavy-drinking red squirrel who is attempting to return home to his girlfriend. The gameplay is composed of various challenges like solving puzzles or racing vehicles, split across multiple levels. The game also includes a multiplayer mode where up to four players can compete in seven different game types.

Conker’s Bad Fur Day was in development for four years and was originally intended for a family audience, but was redesigned and marketed to a much older demographic. It features graphic violence, sexual themes, strong language, toilet humor, and several film parodies. The game received very positive reviews from video game publications, which praised the game’s graphics, audio, and presentation. It is widely considered by many critics to be the best-looking game on the system. The game sold poorly due to limited advertising and a release towards the end of the Nintendo 64′s life-cycle, but earned a cult following due to its unique styling. A remake, titled Conker: Live & Reloaded, with enhanced graphics and a different multiplayer mode, was released for the Xbox in 2005.

The game follows the story of Conker the Squirrel, an alcoholic red squirrel, who is attempting to return home to his girlfriend Berri after a night of binge drinking with his friends. Meanwhile, the Panther King, ruler of the land that Conker is lost in, finds that his throne’s side table is missing one of its legs and orders his servant, Professor Von Kriplespac, to solve the problem. Kriplespac suggests the use of a red squirrel as the fourth leg for his table, and therefore the Panther King sends his minions to search for one and capture it. As Conker searches for his way home, he finds himself embroiled in a series of increasingly absurd and often dangerous situations, including having to recover a bee hive from some enormous wasps, confronting a giant opera-singing pile of feces, being turned into a bat by a vampire, and even getting drafted into a war between gray squirrels and a Nazi-like group of teddy bears known as the “Tediz”, which Conker ultimately destroys.

During his quest to return home, Conker finds wads of cash scattered throughout the land, and becomes sidetracked from his goal. In the final chapter of the game, Berri and Conker are enlisted by Don Weaso, head of the Weasel Mafia, to rob a bank. When they enter the vault, they find that the bank scene was an elaborate trap set by the King and Don Weaso in order to capture Conker. In the ensuing confrontation, Berri is killed by Weaso, and a Xenomorph suddenly bursts out of the Panther King’s chest, killing him instantly. Von Kriplespac then appears and reveals that the alien is one of his creations, and that he had planned to use this opportunity to kill the king and escape.

Kriplespac activates his spaceship and enters low orbit; from there, he instructs the alien to attack and kill Conker as revenge for destroying the Tediz, which were also his creations. Conker pulls a switch that opens an air lock, pulling Von Kriplespac and Berri’s corpse into space. After a brief battle, the alien lunges at Conker, when suddenly the entire game freezes. Conker expresses disbelief that Rare apparently did not beta test the game properly, and breaks the fourth wall to ask some software engineers to assist him in his current situation. The programmers give Conker a Katana, and then teleport him to the Panther King’s throne room, where he subsequently decapitates the alien. As a result, he is crowned the new king of the land. Conker then comes to the grim realization that Berri is still dead. He attempts to ask the programmers to bring her back to life, but realizes that they have already left. Conker then gives a closing monologue, in which he discusses appreciating what one already has instead of always wanting more, stating that “the grass is always greener, and you don’t really know what it is you have until it’s gone.”

The credits roll, and afterwards Conker is seen back at the same pub he was seen in at the start of the game, drowning his sorrows in Scotch whisky. He drunkenly exits the bar as it begins to storm outside, and leaves in the direction opposite the one he took previously.

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Created: Dec 2 2012 at 04:36:02 AM
Updated: Dec 2 2012 at 04:36:02 AM
Category: Artists
Language: English

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