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# TI-BASIC, 397 bytes

Important: If you want to test this out, download it from here and send that file to your calculator. Do not try to copy the code below into TI-Connect CE's program editor or SourceCoder 3 or something to build and send it to your calculator; in TI-Connect's case, it'll say it has an invalid token. SC3 uses the backslash as a comment delimiter (// starts a comment in SC3; /\/, though, will export as //) and so it won't export the arms and hat and such correctly, causing the program to both display the incorrect body parts and throw an ERROR:DOMAIN every now and then. Fun stuff!

Important #2: I'm too lazy to fix the download at the moment, so when you transfer it to your calc, change the 7 on the third line from the bottom to X+6. The code below is fixed if you need to compare.

Input Str9
seq(inString("1234",sub(Str9,I,1)),I,1,length(Ans→L1
"      ___   _   ___ →Str1
"_===_..... /_\ (_*_)→Str2
",._ →Str3
"•oO-→Str4
"<\/ →Str5
">/\ →Str6
" : ] [> <   →Str7
" : ¨ ¨___   →Str8
"Str1Str2Str3Str4Str5Str6Str7Str8→Str0
For(X,3,5
Output(X,2,"(   )
End
L1
Output(3,3,sub(Str4,Ans(3),1)+sub(Str3,Ans(2),1)+sub(Str4,Ans(4),1
Ans(5
Output(4-(Ans=2),1,sub(Str5,Ans,1
L1(6
Output(4-(Ans=2),7,sub(Str6,Ans,1
L1-1
For(X,1,2
Output(X+3,3,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X+6,1)),1+3Ans(X+6),3
Output(X,2,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X,1)),1+5Ans(1),5
End


Bonus: I'm particularly fond of 12341214.

 _===_
(O.-)/
<(> <: )
(   )


Some notes:

• It can definitely be golfed more, no question about that. I'm nearly positive that I can combine a majority, if not all, of the outputting into a single For( loop. Also, I'm pretty sure that I can merge some strings together.
• In Str4 (the eyes) I use the "plot dot" ([2ND] → [0]CATALOG → [3]θ → scroll down, it's between ﹢ (small plus) and · (interpunct)) as opposed to a period so that the eyes don't line up with the comma, because that looks weird as hell.
• In Str8 (base) I had to use a diaeresis (¨) instead of double quotes because there's no way to escape characters in TI-BASIC, and double quotes are used to start/end strings.
• In TI-BASIC, there's no need to close parentheses and brackets if they're followed by a colon, newline or → (used for var assignment), and double quotes (strings) can stay unclosed when followed by a newline or →.

# TI-BASIC, 397 bytes

Important: If you want to test this out, download it from here and send that file to your calculator. Do not try to copy the code below into TI-Connect CE's program editor or SourceCoder 3 or something to build and send it to your calculator; in TI-Connect's case, it'll say it has an invalid token. SC3 uses the backslash as a comment delimiter (// starts a comment in SC3; /\/, though, will export as //) and so it won't export the arms and hat and such correctly, causing the program to both display the incorrect body parts and throw an ERROR:DOMAIN every now and then. Fun stuff!

Important #2: I'm too lazy to fix the download at the moment, so when you transfer it to your calc, change the 7 on the third line from the bottom to X+6. The code below is fixed if you need to compare.

Input Str9
seq(inString("1234",sub(Str9,I,1)),I,1,length(Ans→L1
"      ___   _   ___ →Str1
"_===_..... /_\ (_*_)→Str2
",._ →Str3
"•oO-→Str4
"<\/ →Str5
">/\ →Str6
" : ] [> <   →Str7
" : ¨ ¨___   →Str8
"Str1Str2Str3Str4Str5Str6Str7Str8→Str0
For(X,3,5
Output(X,2,"(   )
End
L1
Output(3,3,sub(Str4,Ans(3),1)+sub(Str3,Ans(2),1)+sub(Str4,Ans(4),1
Ans(5
Output(4-(Ans=2),1,sub(Str5,Ans,1
L1(6
Output(4-(Ans=2),7,sub(Str6,Ans,1
L1-1
For(X,1,2
Output(X+3,3,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X+6,1)),1+3Ans(X+6),3
Output(X,2,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X,1)),1+5Ans(1),5
End


Bonus: I'm particularly fond of 12341214.

 _===_
(O.-)/
<(> <)
(   )


Some notes:

• It can definitely be golfed more, no question about that. I'm nearly positive that I can combine a majority, if not all, of the outputting into a single For( loop. Also, I'm pretty sure that I can merge some strings together.
• In Str4 (the eyes) I use the "plot dot" ([2ND] → [0]CATALOG → [3]θ → scroll down, it's between ﹢ (small plus) and · (interpunct)) as opposed to a period so that the eyes don't line up with the comma, because that looks weird as hell.
• In Str8 (base) I had to use a diaeresis (¨) instead of double quotes because there's no way to escape characters in TI-BASIC, and double quotes are used to start/end strings.
• In TI-BASIC, there's no need to close parentheses and brackets if they're followed by a colon, newline or → (used for var assignment), and double quotes (strings) can stay unclosed when followed by a newline or →.

# TI-BASIC, 397 bytes

Important: If you want to test this out, download it from here and send that file to your calculator. Do not try to copy the code below into TI-Connect CE's program editor or SourceCoder 3 or something to build and send it to your calculator; in TI-Connect's case, it'll say it has an invalid token. SC3 uses the backslash as a comment delimiter (// starts a comment in SC3; /\/, though, will export as //) and so it won't export the arms and hat and such correctly, causing the program to both display the incorrect body parts and throw an ERROR:DOMAIN every now and then. Fun stuff!

Important #2: I'm too lazy to fix the download at the moment, so when you transfer it to your calc, change the 7 on the third line from the bottom to X+6. The code below is fixed if you need to compare.

Input Str9
seq(inString("1234",sub(Str9,I,1)),I,1,length(Ans→L1
"      ___   _   ___ →Str1
"_===_..... /_\ (_*_)→Str2
",._ →Str3
"•oO-→Str4
"<\/ →Str5
">/\ →Str6
" : ] [> <   →Str7
" : ¨ ¨___   →Str8
"Str1Str2Str3Str4Str5Str6Str7Str8→Str0
For(X,3,5
Output(X,2,"(   )
End
L1
Output(3,3,sub(Str4,Ans(3),1)+sub(Str3,Ans(2),1)+sub(Str4,Ans(4),1
Ans(5
Output(4-(Ans=2),1,sub(Str5,Ans,1
L1(6
Output(4-(Ans=2),7,sub(Str6,Ans,1
L1-1
For(X,1,2
Output(X+3,3,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X+6,1)),1+3Ans(X+6),3
Output(X,2,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X,1)),1+5Ans(1),5
End


Bonus: I'm particularly fond of 12341214.

 _===_
(O.-)/
<( : )
(   )


Some notes:

• It can definitely be golfed more, no question about that. I'm nearly positive that I can combine a majority, if not all, of the outputting into a single For( loop. Also, I'm pretty sure that I can merge some strings together.
• In Str4 (the eyes) I use the "plot dot" ([2ND] → [0]CATALOG → [3]θ → scroll down, it's between ﹢ (small plus) and · (interpunct)) as opposed to a period so that the eyes don't line up with the comma, because that looks weird as hell.
• In Str8 (base) I had to use a diaeresis (¨) instead of double quotes because there's no way to escape characters in TI-BASIC, and double quotes are used to start/end strings.
• In TI-BASIC, there's no need to close parentheses and brackets if they're followed by a colon, newline or → (used for var assignment), and double quotes (strings) can stay unclosed when followed by a newline or →.

# TI-BASIC, 392397 bytes

Important: If you want to test this out, download it from here and send that file to your calculator. Do not try to copy the code below into TI-Connect CE's program editor or SourceCoder 3 or something to build and send it to your calculator; in TI-Connect's case, it'll say it has an invalid token. SC3 uses the backslash as a comment delimiter (// starts a comment in SC3; /\/, though, will export as //) and so it won't export the arms and hat and such correctly, causing the program to both display the incorrect body parts and throw an ERROR:DOMAIN every now and then. Fun stuff!

Important #2: I'm too lazy to fix the download at the moment, so when you transfer it to your calc, change the 7 on the third line from the bottom to X+6. The code below is fixed if you need to compare.

Input Str9
seq(inString("1234",sub(Str9,I,1)),I,1,length(Ans→L1
"      ___   _   ___ →Str1
"_===_..... /_\ (_*_)→Str2
",._ →Str3
"•oO-→Str4
"<\/ →Str5
">/\ →Str6
" : ] [> <   →Str7
" : ¨ ¨___   →Str8
"Str1Str2Str3Str4Str5Str6Str7Str8→Str0
For(X,3,5
Output(X,2,"(   )
End
L1
Output(3,3,sub(Str4,Ans(3),1)+sub(Str3,Ans(2),1)+sub(Str4,Ans(4),1
Ans(5
Output(4-(Ans=2),1,sub(Str5,Ans,1
L1(6
Output(4-(Ans=2),7,sub(Str6,Ans,1
L1-1
For(X,1,2
Output(X+3,3,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X+6,1)),1+3Ans(7X+6),3
Output(X,2,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X,1)),1+5Ans(1),5
End


Bonus: I'm particularly fond of 12341214.

 _===_
(O.-)/
<(> <)
(   )


Some notes:

• It can definitely be golfed more, no question about that. I'm nearly positive that I can combine a majority, if not all, of the outputting into a single For( loop. Also, I'm pretty sure that I can merge some strings together.
• In Str4 (the eyes) I use the "plot dot" ([2ND] → [0]CATALOG → [3]θ → scroll down, it's between ﹢ (small plus) and · (interpunct)) as opposed to a period so that the eyes don't line up with the comma, because that looks weird as hell.
• In Str8 (base) I had to use a diaeresis (¨) instead of double quotes because there's no way to escape characters in TI-BASIC, and double quotes are used to start/end strings.
• In TI-BASIC, there's no need to close parentheses and brackets if they're followed by a colon, newline or → (used for var assignment), and double quotes (strings) can stay unclosed when followed by a newline or →.

# TI-BASIC, 392 bytes

Important: If you want to test this out, download it from here and send that file to your calculator. Do not try to copy the code below into TI-Connect CE's program editor or SourceCoder 3 or something to build and send it to your calculator; in TI-Connect's case, it'll say it has an invalid token. SC3 uses the backslash as a comment delimiter (// starts a comment in SC3; /\/, though, will export as //) and so it won't export the arms and hat and such correctly, causing the program to both display the incorrect body parts and throw an ERROR:DOMAIN every now and then. Fun stuff!

Input Str9
seq(inString("1234",sub(Str9,I,1)),I,1,length(Ans→L1
"      ___   _   ___ →Str1
"_===_..... /_\ (_*_)→Str2
",._ →Str3
"•oO-→Str4
"<\/ →Str5
">/\ →Str6
" : ] [> <   →Str7
" : ¨ ¨___   →Str8
"Str1Str2Str3Str4Str5Str6Str7Str8→Str0
For(X,3,5
Output(X,2,"(   )
End
L1
Output(3,3,sub(Str4,Ans(3),1)+sub(Str3,Ans(2),1)+sub(Str4,Ans(4),1
Ans(5
Output(4-(Ans=2),1,sub(Str5,Ans,1
L1(6
Output(4-(Ans=2),7,sub(Str6,Ans,1
L1-1
For(X,1,2
Output(X+3,3,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X+6,1)),1+3Ans(7),3
Output(X,2,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X,1)),1+5Ans(1),5
End


Some notes:

• It can definitely be golfed more, no question about that. I'm nearly positive that I can combine a majority, if not all, of the outputting into a single For( loop. Also, I'm pretty sure that I can merge some strings together.
• In Str4 (the eyes) I use the "plot dot" ([2ND] → [0]CATALOG → [3]θ → scroll down, it's between ﹢ (small plus) and · (interpunct)) as opposed to a period so that the eyes don't line up with the comma, because that looks weird as hell.
• In Str8 (base) I had to use a diaeresis (¨) instead of double quotes because there's no way to escape characters in TI-BASIC, and double quotes are used to start/end strings.
• In TI-BASIC, there's no need to close parentheses and brackets if they're followed by a colon, newline or → (used for var assignment), and double quotes (strings) can stay unclosed when followed by a newline or →.

# TI-BASIC, 397 bytes

Important: If you want to test this out, download it from here and send that file to your calculator. Do not try to copy the code below into TI-Connect CE's program editor or SourceCoder 3 or something to build and send it to your calculator; in TI-Connect's case, it'll say it has an invalid token. SC3 uses the backslash as a comment delimiter (// starts a comment in SC3; /\/, though, will export as //) and so it won't export the arms and hat and such correctly, causing the program to both display the incorrect body parts and throw an ERROR:DOMAIN every now and then. Fun stuff!

Important #2: I'm too lazy to fix the download at the moment, so when you transfer it to your calc, change the 7 on the third line from the bottom to X+6. The code below is fixed if you need to compare.

Input Str9
seq(inString("1234",sub(Str9,I,1)),I,1,length(Ans→L1
"      ___   _   ___ →Str1
"_===_..... /_\ (_*_)→Str2
",._ →Str3
"•oO-→Str4
"<\/ →Str5
">/\ →Str6
" : ] [> <   →Str7
" : ¨ ¨___   →Str8
"Str1Str2Str3Str4Str5Str6Str7Str8→Str0
For(X,3,5
Output(X,2,"(   )
End
L1
Output(3,3,sub(Str4,Ans(3),1)+sub(Str3,Ans(2),1)+sub(Str4,Ans(4),1
Ans(5
Output(4-(Ans=2),1,sub(Str5,Ans,1
L1(6
Output(4-(Ans=2),7,sub(Str6,Ans,1
L1-1
For(X,1,2
Output(X+3,3,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X+6,1)),1+3Ans(X+6),3
Output(X,2,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X,1)),1+5Ans(1),5
End


Bonus: I'm particularly fond of 12341214.

 _===_
(O.-)/
<(> <)
(   )


Some notes:

• It can definitely be golfed more, no question about that. I'm nearly positive that I can combine a majority, if not all, of the outputting into a single For( loop. Also, I'm pretty sure that I can merge some strings together.
• In Str4 (the eyes) I use the "plot dot" ([2ND] → [0]CATALOG → [3]θ → scroll down, it's between ﹢ (small plus) and · (interpunct)) as opposed to a period so that the eyes don't line up with the comma, because that looks weird as hell.
• In Str8 (base) I had to use a diaeresis (¨) instead of double quotes because there's no way to escape characters in TI-BASIC, and double quotes are used to start/end strings.
• In TI-BASIC, there's no need to close parentheses and brackets if they're followed by a colon, newline or → (used for var assignment), and double quotes (strings) can stay unclosed when followed by a newline or →.
1

# TI-BASIC, 392 bytes

Important: If you want to test this out, download it from here and send that file to your calculator. Do not try to copy the code below into TI-Connect CE's program editor or SourceCoder 3 or something to build and send it to your calculator; in TI-Connect's case, it'll say it has an invalid token. SC3 uses the backslash as a comment delimiter (// starts a comment in SC3; /\/, though, will export as //) and so it won't export the arms and hat and such correctly, causing the program to both display the incorrect body parts and throw an ERROR:DOMAIN every now and then. Fun stuff!

Input Str9
seq(inString("1234",sub(Str9,I,1)),I,1,length(Ans→L1
"      ___   _   ___ →Str1
"_===_..... /_\ (_*_)→Str2
",._ →Str3
"•oO-→Str4
"<\/ →Str5
">/\ →Str6
" : ] [> <   →Str7
" : ¨ ¨___   →Str8
"Str1Str2Str3Str4Str5Str6Str7Str8→Str0
For(X,3,5
Output(X,2,"(   )
End
L1
Output(3,3,sub(Str4,Ans(3),1)+sub(Str3,Ans(2),1)+sub(Str4,Ans(4),1
Ans(5
Output(4-(Ans=2),1,sub(Str5,Ans,1
L1(6
Output(4-(Ans=2),7,sub(Str6,Ans,1
L1-1
For(X,1,2
Output(X+3,3,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X+6,1)),1+3Ans(7),3
Output(X,2,sub(expr(sub(Str0,X,1)),1+5Ans(1),5
End


Some notes:

• It can definitely be golfed more, no question about that. I'm nearly positive that I can combine a majority, if not all, of the outputting into a single For( loop. Also, I'm pretty sure that I can merge some strings together.
• In Str4 (the eyes) I use the "plot dot" ([2ND] → [0]CATALOG → [3]θ → scroll down, it's between ﹢ (small plus) and · (interpunct)) as opposed to a period so that the eyes don't line up with the comma, because that looks weird as hell.
• In Str8 (base) I had to use a diaeresis (¨) instead of double quotes because there's no way to escape characters in TI-BASIC, and double quotes are used to start/end strings.
• In TI-BASIC, there's no need to close parentheses and brackets if they're followed by a colon, newline or → (used for var assignment), and double quotes (strings) can stay unclosed when followed by a newline or →.