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Soviet Soldier Once Declared MIA, Now KIA
A Soviet soldier from the Red Army went missing on a 2 man patrol 2 months ago. He was declared MIA. Now, 2 months later, a patrol found the body of Private Isaac Yakov.
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I hope you enjoy this moc!







The view when the patrol ran into the dead Soviet soldier.








Dead Soviet soldier. He was stapped by a Nazi soldier with a sword.








But unfortunately, the Soviet didn't wanted to die alone and so he shot the Nazi's head off.







"Holy son of a b****! It's Private Isaac!"








A top view of the place where Private Isaac Yakov's body was laying to rest for the last 2 months.







"And thats 'bout it for today folks! Hoped that you enjoyed this little vignette. And please don't forget to rate and comment. Have a nice day now!"







Lt. Colonel Ghostman - (Whispering) "Where did you put my sword?"
Captain Avtomat Kalashnikov - (Whispering) "I placed it on your table just yesterday. I don't know where it went besides there sir. Perhaps someone has taken it sir?"









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Comments

 I like it 
  November 27, 2010
Epic...In my mind when I saw the 100 R$ Dollar Lego Brick I thought "Private Issac:THATS MY $100!German:NO ITS MINE!-German stabs Issac- Issac:AHH YOU IDIOT!YOU STABBED ME!German:Good...I'm going to get that $100 now!Issac:NO!-Pulls out pistol and shoots German's head off-Issac:Now just to get this sword out of my gut..."XD
  June 26, 2009
Dude what is with all the cash laying around. Other than that it's good 3/5. - Jerrod
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  April 25, 2009
That guys name is Automatic Kalishkanov? I think instead of Avtomat, you meant Mikail, who invented the AK-47. Nonetheless, good job on the vignette, the setting is very detailed.
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  April 20, 2009
HA HA HA HA HA! There is a $100 bill on the ground!
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  March 28, 2009
To Dylan B: My friend made some of those bayonets once, they're just combat knifes taped to the end of the rifle.
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  March 28, 2009
A few questions about your homepage: How did you get the photo at the top of the page? And how did you get the words to slide along the bottom? P.S. Nice MOC. Aidan
Colonel  Ghostman
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CC-7576 "Rex"
  February 8, 2009
Another awesome MOC, I my facorite part are the rifles, itīs so easy to connect a knife and a rifle in that way, and I hadnīt got it. what a shame.
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  February 8, 2009
The detail, the bayonets, how?, HOW? Very sweet, I really like your creations.
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  February 8, 2009
sweet vig! although i think you should use yellow faces instead of peach. and the nazi uniform looks more like an american uniform, nazi uniforms are dark grey. peace ~Ed
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  February 8, 2009
brilliant me guess that the sword in the body was the sword in the man oh and nice wya to attach bannets to rifles i really like that
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  February 8, 2009
How come you're getting better with every Moc? ;). This is you're best war Moc imo. Nice job on attaching the knives to the rifles. Btw, I've got vacation then, so maybe I'll order the parts for a tri droid.~M
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  February 8, 2009
Another great MOC by you Ghostman!!! I love the baionets on the rifles. Keep up the good work!!!
 
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