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I've only played a couple solo games :) I dig it, though. I've been trying to develop a local gaming group, but it's been tough.


It looks like a zombified Scottie Pippen about to dunk on someone.

Hah, yeah it does! My fiancee thinks it's Jason Sudeikis from the 'What Up With That' SNL skit.
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Looks brilliant, but durned if he doesn't look awful .... clean... for a zombie...


Maybe he's just one who hasn't caught anyone yet.

I hear ya, Doc. I haven't really nailed a gore technique that works for me yet.
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