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Geonosis Mission . One part vig, one part diorama, one part comic. Call it what you like. . The clone's side The droid's side One view of the battle. Another view of the battle. KABLAMMO!! Some door detail. ***************************************************************************************** COMIC BEGINS HERE The custom commando hacks through the roof with a vibroblade. Meanwhile, in the bunker... "Hey, do you hear tha- CLUNK!! The commando makes short work of the guards... And the commander... And those two at the computers. He then does that techno-mumbo-jumbo to obtain the needed files. He kicks down the door to see... One of his comrades gunned down by a super! The commando quickly takes care of that problem. "Are you okay, trooper?" A few bacta sprays later... The commando is signaling an Laat-i or whatever the heck it is. ***************************************************************************************** COMIC ENDS HERE A view of the robo-carnage outside the bunker. A view of the droids after the commando was through with them. A view of the near-studless roof. The interior of the bunker. The terrain outside the bunker. And finally...My custom commando! No, I did not use an electrical tool. Not sandpaper. I used a nail file and a nail buffer for a smooth finish. Because of this,the helmet took about, hmmmmmmm, 3 hours? Yeah. Of course, I was watching TV at the time. Please Rate and Comment!


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