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m-38 goliath bipedal tank
chunckalicios banana delight.....oh and a mech
About this creation
the m-38 goliath was developed by the steel legion, who were initiates od the galactic inquisition who left due to disgust at their dogmatic rituals of torture and their total lack of spiked hawaian punch and ping-pong. The steel legion are more commonly reffered to by the GI as " those wussy interns".The m-38 is armed with two p-97 repeating rocket launchers and one anti infantry chaingun

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   nothing much to say

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   shown with tester rick for scale

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   showing the beutiful sixty calibur rotiary cannon

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   two extra missiles and four MREs(meals ready to eat)

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   tester rick demonstrating the steel legions tendancy to give people comfortable cockpits

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   oh yeah saber scorpion? well my mech can stand on one leg too.... even if it makes it look like it has to take a whiz...


 I like it 
  February 20, 2006
Very nice! Although I have to ask, what pieces did you use for those huge guns on the sides? I can't find any good pieces that look like miniguns.....
 I like it 
  January 19, 2006
funny my a-2 can't stand on one leg! something my a-2 can do? now there's a shock.
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