Monday, 21 January 2019

'Dozer


Dozer was always big even by Goliath standards but his propensity for the ultra-violence was sorely lacking until the Janitor fixed him with a combat skull chip. Now he revels in the brawl abandoning ranged weapons in favour of reaching out and touching his opponents. Not many can go toe to to with the 'Dozer especially when he flips his stim rig up to level four. 


 Having played a few games in the Puppet Master narrative I have accrued some creds and I've decided that with the toughness of the Puppet Masters servitor bodyguards I'm going to need some serious oomph in close combat, what better way then to utilise the brute rules.
The ball and chain will represent the upgraded reach you get with the mutated fists and bone spurs.
The cranial augmetics will be the stim slug stash.

Hopefully this new addition to the clean up crew will enable me to push through the bodyguards to take on the puppet master himself.

19 comments:

  1. Lord Adiatun Varunn21 January 2019 at 08:30

    Beautiful, simply beautiful...in its raw brutality! I find that the pose and the chosen bits embody perfectly the sense of danger and fury ready to unleash! Keep it up, you're simply fantastic!

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    1. Thanks buddy! The larger size of the warhammer model fits perfectly with the battle servitor kit and the sword arm I removed from it isn't going to waste ether....

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  2. Oh you sneaky sod! The girls will be having words with their Delaque informant as he clearly hasn't been doing his job and keeping them informed of your shenanigans.
    He looks magnificent Rob and more than a little menacing....time to brew up some extra strength toxin methinks ;-)

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    1. The girls should be pleased they have a new customer for the finely crafted stim slugs they no doubt have a monopoly on supplying!

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    2. Hmm....I might have to start sourcing bits for a Khimerax....

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  3. Nice repurposing of the mini! Pretty good work.

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    1. Thanks! Never like to see a nice model go to waste.

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  4. Oh, wow. That's seriously menacing there. I didn't recognize the base Model, but once I found it, that was a great pick, and excellent use of just a few different bits to really change it up. That arm with the ball and chain is a particularly awesome bit. I'll have to remember that guy for future conversions of my own.

    His background reminds me of the World Eaters, and their use of psycho-surgery on insufficiently aggressive recruits.

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    1. Simplicity is key when I have limited hobby time. Yes the morning star type weapon had to stay and luckily fits the rules pretty well too.

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  5. I AM BORG.... great job, that model came free with WD didn't it? With some great additions and conversion?

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    1. Yes that's the one. Kindly donated to the cause by my friendly neighbourhood castigator!

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    1. That was my thought as well.

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    2. I was thinking of adding a dial to his head with settings from surly up to mean. I will be adding a buckle to the belt at some point ... Maybe the skull shoulder pad from the goliath box. And as I've cast a critical eye on the pics I will be fixing the join on his left shoulder as now I've seen it I can't unsee it.

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  8. Ohh good work, love the background you put into this.

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    1. Thank you the narrative becomes a lot more immersive when you invest just a little time to build up some characters.

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