Back in 2007 when I started playing Second Life, Cell Shaded avatars were a bit thing. I hadn’t seen one in ages, until this little guy.
It is a catlike little thing, who apparently likes to throw sigils on items.
From the Official Release:
“Thank you for buying the sigil type TCP avatar! you are now the proud owner of a tiny cat person avatar of your very own, and can run around as a diminutive feline individual in second life. lucky you! this is a low poly avatar and is meant to be cheap, easy to use + customize, and fun to express yourself with! in addition, TCPs are an open species in the morbit universe, a worldbuild that we run as our main job- if you’re interested in learning more about the weird creature that you just picked up, you can find more linked at the end of this notecard! there’s even a few comics featuring these little guys…and a lot more to discover!
sigil type TCPs are a mysterious kind of creature…many legends circulate around them due to their associations with the occult, and people debating what the meaning of their runes could possibly be. truth be told, even with the same runes, every TCP’s sigil meanings are different and entirely personal. their ability allows them to create sigils on any surface- even organic ones. these sigils have a pre-defined meaning that can affect specific people or groups of people with general emotions or feelings. sigils do not affect the surface they are placed on in any way other than aesthetic purposes, and sigils may be activated by anyone, destroying the sigil (but not the object it rests on) and inflicting the effects in the process. included are some simple sigil prims and textures to place on things if you like!”
To learn more about the world these guys come from, please visit this link HERE.