TheCrimsonTrooper

Desert Troops

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This is my small army of desert troops. It may not be as huge as some other armies out there, but is sure is a start.

The teaser pic. :

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The Officers:

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Left-to-Right they are the Colonal, my personal Sig fig, the Guard Captain, and the Infantry Major.

The Specialists:

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L-to-R, they include the Explosive Expert, Sniper, and Combat Engineer.

The Infantry:

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They are the largest portion of the army, and rightfully so.

The Guards:

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Each guard unit has three Privates and a Corporal, and there are two guard units to a guard squad.

The Other Units:

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L-to-R, these two are the War Correspondant and the Bodyguard.

Feel free to comment on them as they are currently my only 'complete' branch.

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Really like you figures love the War Correspondent just like in Fallout 3.

Paulie

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That's already a great start for your Desert Troop, 'TheCrimsonTrooper'. I think you already have a good working crew out there, maybe they're quite ready for battle now(?)

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Really like you figures love the War Correspondent just like in Fallout 3.

Paulie

Thanks Paulie, I felt that it was necessary to add the War Correspondant, mainly due to the fact somebody has to record what went on during a battle.

That's already a great start for your Desert Troop, 'TheCrimsonTrooper'. I think you already have a good working crew out there, maybe they're quite ready for battle now(?)

Thank you for your compliment too, KielDaMan. And to answer your question, yes they are ready for battle, but only squad versus squad at the moment. I am hoping to expand on them, as well as their 'grasslands' and 'mountain' units. The grasslands unit will be green, and the mountain will be brown.

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