From his earliest memories, Booger always wanted to be an adventurer. But, he was stuck on guard duty outside of a cave and knew that he would probably meet his end at the sword of some human or elf that came to pillage their cave. But one day everything changed! A party of adventurers approached and Booger knew that if he didn’t do something his time would be up. He caused a bit of a distraction, knowing that it would lead them his way, but then he did something unexpected. He talked with the adventurers that came his way. He bargained for his life…well, for his life and some fried chicken. He would tell them the layout of the caves and even work as their scout if they spared his life. Not only did they spare his life but they got him fried chicken and brought them into their party. Booger has been on many adventures since then and will always be grateful for the adventurers that took him under their wing, and also that they didn’t kill him, and they got him fried chicken.
nonPareil institute is committed to building better futures for adults with autism through technical and work-readiness training and social engagement activities. This 3d model was created by former nonPareil Institute students who are now staff members who help other adults on the autism spectrum explore their technical passions and skills.