|Version 1.0 with Rear body as a lever|
|Version 1.0, Big & Bulky on any Finger.|
|Version 2.0, No Body lever, tighter, & meaner|
|Version 2.0 Extended Arms gone, replaced with asymmetric coiling.|
|Version 2.0, Diagonal Bolt Chamber.|
Speaking of bolts, how will I come by them suckers. During my Jr. highschool crossbow making dayz, I discovered q-tips made excellent arrows, especially those plastic hollow tube types. Cut them to fit the chamber and weight the front tip with wax, dirt, boogers whateva, and viola, clouds of boltz blotting out the heavens. Now I believe the distinction btwn arrows and bolts are length and tail feathers to stabilize flight. Boltz are less accurate and meant for shorter range incursions.
When considering propulsion, resin may not have the properties to behave like laminated wood, but even wood at this scale is ineffective. A vitruvian design some 3000 years old utilized twisted twine for slinging inflexible arms to propel arrows. Been there, done that, but no real power at size twice as big. So I kaiboshed the extended arms for asymmetric coils to accommodate the simple tried and true rubber band.
|Version 2.0 Coils left and right will track a rubber band to the dragon's hands (anchors)|