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Warzone Max Steiner and Heretic Billy

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Two more of those old Warzone minis I got from jasper the 2nd. coincidentally I started playing the mutant chronicles rpg a few months ago, so Max has become one of the player's ex-venusian ranger. 

 

Billy's colors were based on the Wesley Snipes character from demolition man 

 

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That's actually the second edition sculpt of Max Steiner. The original sculpt looks like this.

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The most recent version (for Warzone Resurrection) looks like this.

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That's actually the second edition sculpt of Max Steiner. The original sculpt looks like this.

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The most recent version (for Warzone Resurrection) looks like this.

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For some reason I thought there was one more old one.

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Oh, there was, but it was a plastic piece for the "Siege of the Citadel" game.

Max doesn't look too horrible, but poor Valerie........

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