Artist 'Wet Elephant' Creates New Character for 'Sacred Sword Princesses'

Artist 'Wet Elephant' Creates New Character for 'Sacred Sword Princesses'

LOS ANGELES — Hope Studios, makers of the "Sacred Sword Princesses" adult RPG available on Nutaku, have announced their inaugural collaboration with Taiwanese artist Wet Elephant on a brand-new character called "Welephant" to debut in the game on January 6, 2021.

"Players can pull for the brand-new character while participating in new events and claiming plenty of rewards. Now is the perfect time to join the world of 'Sacred Sword Princesses,'" a rep exclaimed.

"The upstanding, yet a little clumsy, Welephant is an adorkable dwarven warrior," explained the rep. "Her petite body makes a strong contrast with the gigantic dwarf-forged hammer on her shoulder, arousing everyone’s curiosity about how she would wield this weapon that is dramatically larger than her."

To mark Welephant's pending debut, the game is giving away bonus login rewards.

"By logging into 'Sacred Sword Princesses' every day during this event period, players will get the chance to win tons of Diamonds and a Free 10x Gacha Ticket," said the rep. "'Sacred Sword' wielders, please stay tuned to receive the latest information on Welephant and her bonus event in January."

Find the artist Wet Elephant on Twitch and Twitter.

Earlier this year, "Sacred Sword Princesses" celebrated its second anniversary. Find the RPG on as well as Discord, Google Play and Steam.

Follow the game's development on Twitter.


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