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Neophyte LaForge (Games-Workshop)

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Manufacturer: Games-Workshop

System: Warhammer 40k

Model: Space Marine Scout

Scale: 28mm Heroic

 

Continuing to grind down the backlog as we get ready for Bones in June!

 

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That's really a Data as powersuit. They merged to form DataForge. Yeah. Too many Transformers cartoons in my youth.

 

Looks cool. Nice job.

 

The blaster looks like something from Star Wars.

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