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Boom! Headshot! . ... . So I picked up the newest installment to the Halo series, Halo 3 ODST, last weekend, and I absolutely love it. The storyline is good, and is told in a very interesting way. The new game mode: "Firefight" is a lot of fun, pitting you against limitless waves of increasingly challenging enemies. Thus, I present a vignette depicting the corner of the "Lost Platoon" building, as my ODST pops off the Grunts one after another. On to the show... This is just an alternate angle. As is this: This here shows the SNOT-built base, without the characters. Here is my Custom Firefight ODST. He uses the "Romeo" player model, with white trim (Sniper-goggles ftw). These are my Grunts. This is the first time I've managed to make some reasonably good Grunts, and I may end up ordering the parts needed to make these little guys in bulk.


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