If its too small, heres the text.
It mimics life, and is always in search of it. The wings are not mechanical, they were stolen from a living dragonfly. Some of the muscles controlling them are organic as well.
It has no offensive capabilities of its own. It is merely a scout. Its tiny camera, acting as its body, feeds information to other beasts. Anything it sees, the others can see. It reveals hiding places of any surviving creatures so that the others may come to destroy them.
Though it has a small set of what could be called legs, it barely uses them. It almost never lands, as it is rare for it to feel the need to. This isnt good for its organic parts, of course, and they end up tearing apart after a while.
It could take quite a while before any of the beats come to retrieve its broken body for parts. Sometimes, nothing comes for it.
A spybug, I guess. That's why it's name is Tattle. Eh? Yeah, I know, I still such at names xD
I did a little research for this one, I had no idea they made such little cameras! D8 I have a little book of insects, so I thank that for the dragonfly part. A common skimmer, I used as a reference for the wings and fun.
This ones even simpler than my first one, sadly.
Pins, a tiny camera, dragonfly wings, and a few various things to hold it together, like screws.
I was thinking of really making this. With just the lens of a camera I took apart the other day, not a real tiny camera. I could never afford that. Ive seen dragonflies flying around, I could have probably caught one if I tried, but I might break it trying to put it together. Now that I think about it, I have an old bug collection in the back of my closet, but if I had a dragonfly in there, it might have been either eaten during the cat incident, or it will be far to brittle to even try working with. All excuses, of course.
You guys are probably getting tired of these, eh? Don't worry, the contest ends tomorrow xD
I never knew designing these type of things could be so much fun ~