Welcome to this guide. I expect you won’t read this and if you did, congrats, because I’m here to tell you, if you haven’t seen this kind of guide (Not the exact guide, just some things like it) to pair with the ideas:
You shouldn’t read this if you have real sentry coolness-centered enemies in mind. Not yet. You can, but you should see it, read it, and come back. I’ve got too much time on my hands, so if you would be so kind as to drop a few likes all around, it would be nice.
Also, this will include tips on how to use this power for good, and what good they use in the game, so stay tuned. Not just an art guide.
Let’s begin. Some of the ideas are straight from Aubec’s guide, and some I made up, and some are better verisons of the enemies from Sentry Customization And Activation - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
All are still interesting, so let’s begin.
Used emojis to replicate a medic’s hat, and the rest is basic, all found if you just type in “Red” in the props menu. This can be useful by way of a helpful health-giving NPC, or an NPC that gifts regen. Regen can be made through - actually, let’s enlist an expert: How to make regenerating health - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
Definitely easier than the medic. All you need to do is to attach some emojis, and some props that make him look strong, and viola, we’re done! he can be used as a damage boost NPC or an NPC that gives strong weapons. in case you need some way to use him, here’s a little guide by @Theaxolotl: Uses for The Damage Boost Device - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
Let’s see how he looks:
Easy to make, and infinite possibilities, the soldier is truly the wild card of your obvious sentry-art skills. All he has is a strong weapon of your choice, and an emoji with a little soldier hat. Use however you want.
*White flag optional, though quite funny.
A helpful baker to serve life-giving food, or charge into battle with a P.M.L, the choice is yours. With some fruit crates, bread, and a helpful emoji here and there, our baker is ready to enter your RPG, Fantasy game, or whatever else you’ve got cooking (Get it?) In case anyone wants to make a cooking game, here you go:
Kitchen Furniture Collection - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
(P.S: For some reason I didn’t have a chef-hat emoji, it would look great, try to use it, the whole chef-look is better.)
Hidden away, until an opportunity arises, our spy is the perfect candidate for a dangerous ally or enemy in your game. A briefcase and some cool glasses, and he’s done. invaluable for action games and the occasional other game. For any spy games you might have with this, you’re welcome:
How to make a bank robbery in GKC! - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
How to Make a Heist Game or minigame - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
Dangerous and capable, your sniped is a perfect enemy. If not an enemy, an NPC with dangerous capabilities. Unrivaled potential in a few simple steps: Glasses and a weapon. That’s it. Try it out for yourself and enjoy the havoc it can wreak with the right weapons in hand.
Huge and menacing, the titan is perfect for a mini-boss. Emojis are easy to place, and a powerful hulking monster to attack your enemies with is amazing. Optional props can be invaluable. Health augmenting NPCs are also great.
Maybe you can try something new for it, like a debuff? Try it out with:
Pseudo-Hitboxes: A New Way To Play? - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
A dangerous enemy indeed. Powerful with a side pf evil, this is used just by two emojis and some props around it. Ideas can be for health, regen for a heavy price, or some sort of way to exchange currency like seeds for energy or money.
The power of lightning on your fingertips… The Powerhouse can have a wide variety of weapons, and made with flags and shields, with some basic layering. In game, he can be used for a lot of things, from enemies, to helpful NPCs in RPGs.
The assassin is dangerous, and danger is about the key word you would use for it. A mini-boss or with some extra props, a final boss, it can’t really be more than an enemy, but don’t limit it. Surprise me, comment down below if you made a new use for it. Here’s a guide to use a weapon if you need it:
Functional Swords Advanced [4/10 or ] - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
(P.S: The columns are dark gray)
Ah, the infinite uses for an axe. The first of these is the insane sentry. Armed with the craziest stuff around, he’s perfect for whatever purposes you might need an insane sentry for. The second use is the zombie. Easy to make and useful as an enemy. The third is a lumberjack, need I say more? All are useful options instead of the basic “Text Box Over The Head” signifier.
If you want a more folksy, homemade axe, this is how to make one from props:
How to make an axe (Difficulty 0/10 or ) - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
A master of magic, the wizard is versatile as an enemy or a mysterious NPC, and the (Optional) birds would be interesting to animate. Candles around him and a few widely spaced bird props will make this magician. In case he’s a shop NPC, How to make a magic-8-Ball! [2/5🟧] - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative, or perhaps try this guide: How to add magic powers - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
Despite this grainy image, you can see this is an archer in an archery range. Simple enough, but invaluable as an enemy in a dungeon crawler, RPG, or any other game. Strange as it may seem, it took some layering to arrange the barrels. Try it out, and see for yourself.
Polar Explorer :
Not easy to incorporate into your game, but it does have its uses. Simple layering applies the shield, and the potions fit the mood. Then, a snowman friend and some icy clouds above will complete the effect.
Lucky as they are dangerous, they’re the perfect NPC for all your chance needs! Bank heist games can also include these for any needs, and in case you need some help making it, some layered sparkles over a joker card and a few symbols under it completes their stylish look. In case you need a guide to a game of chance, here you go: How to make a game of chance! - Community Made Guides - Gimkit Creative
Well, that’s all for now:
Why do we even blur things that aren’t spoilers, am I right?
You learned how to do a lot of things in the short time you spent reading this. Nice! And remember, I’ll be updating this till the thirty days have passed. Remember there are other guides on this. Explore them. but don’t go telling me I either stole your idea or that there are guides on how to make this or that. I most likely know. Knowing and caring are different things.
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