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Hey Dakka - been following a bunch of logs here for the past long time, but never really posted much. I consolidated a few of my Warseer topics and decided now would be a good time to give a little bit of hobby work back to Dakka, so I'll be posting the updates here as well. Be sure to check the links to the past logs (with LOTS of photos). Hope you enjoy!

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Last Updated 07/17/13

I've been running four different project logs for the past long time - Tyranids, Eldar, Catachan, and terrain - and now that all of them are nearing completion with only sporadic updates to each, I figured I'd combine them all into one log. Links to the original logs can be found by clicking the names of each. I'll be using this topic mostly to post updated versions of units as I go back and touch them up to bring them to a higher standard. If you want to see years and years worth of updates and WIP shots for each army, check out the old topics!

Check back here for hobby updates, battle shots, and maybe a bit of fluff. These first few posts will be updated every now and then when I have nice 'finished' shots of models, but you'll have to read along to see most of the updates. Eventually my brother and I would like to play a campaign from Kill Team up to Apocalypse, so that might happen someday too. Hope you enjoy!

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Verdekil XVIII is a lush jungle world on the cusp of Death World classification. Its most valuable resource is its diverse plant life, which offers Magos Biologis infinite opportunities to explore new avenues of creating medicines, combat stimm-drugs, virulent weapon-toxins, and more. Small research outposts dot the planet’s surface, with detachments of Catachan JP Regiment assigned to each.

Over the course of surveying the planet, mysterious ruins have come to light. Abandoned structures, most of unknown function, show both a strong xenos influence as well as reflecting an amalgamation of human cultures. Explorator teams have been sent out to uncover the story behind these heretical ruins, and the few that return point towards Verdekil XVIII as an Eldar Maiden World in which the aliens returned and, in fickle Eldar fashion, actually formed a peaceful accord with settling interlopers instead of exterminating them. But where the Eldar are now, nobody know.

As more research outposts fall silent, the race is on to harvest Verdekil XVIII’s biological and cultural secrets before the encroaching Tyranid Splinter Fleet arrives in full force and wipes it from the galactic map. Unless the isolated Catachan garrisons can find powerful allies soon, Verdekil XVIII is doomed to be scoured within the next few short months…


The Planet of Verdekil XVIII

Ever since starting my Tyranid army in 2005, I’ve imagined having a jungle table for them to fight on. This slowly started to take shape over the years, but since I traveled for school and work I was restricted to working a tiny bit at a time when I was ‘home’ at my parents’ house. Now I’m finally living somewhere I can keep my models, so the jungle table is becoming a reality! I’m a zoology major who’s worked in climbing courses, wilderness schools, outdoor education centers, river guiding outfits and trail construction/maintenance crews – so having a table that reflects some of the great outdoors and the animals that inhabit it is very important to me! The name ‘Verdekil XVIII’ came about as a play on my current address, where all of the terrain and models reside.

Verdekil XVIII is primarily a lush, tropical planet. There are stripes of cold rocky barrenness or scorching desert, but most of the interest lies in the jungle regions. There are the valuable and deadly flora, the exceedingly dangerous saurian fauna, and the mysterious ruins and artifacts.

Some Imperial outposts exist, and only constant vigilance keeps them safe from both creeping overgrowth and native predations.





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The Catachan JP Regiment
Having spent years working, teaching primitive skills and trapping animals in various forests, jungles and rivers, the Catachan naturally appealed to me. I knew from the start that I wanted to include the amazing Dark Elf Cold One models as Rough Riders, and the Jurassic Park theme grew from there. The tanks and sergeants are also all named after beers. The main goal is to have a force of characters who may be a little ragtag and undisciplined from their prolonged backwater posting, but are no less dangerous for it. This is my third and most recent army.

The Catachan JP Regiment was formed from mismatched elements of various other Catachan forces – soldiers who were left behind to recuperate as their comrades moved on to new deployments, lone squad survivors who needed a new beginning, or incorporated specialist squads from other Catachan regiments. Adding to this hodgepodge feel are the inherited and scavenged weapons the army uses. The initial shipment was marked with JP, though with typical Munitorum efficiency the meaning of the initials was never conveyed (it can be assumed the intended recipients were wiped out and the supplies re-routed). As such the regiment refers to itself by any number of names – from the straightforward ‘Jungle Patrol’ to things such as the more colorful ‘Jaguar Punters’ or ‘Just Pain.’ Whichever main encampment they are using at the time is also typically referred to as the ‘Jolly Pisshole.’ The JP Regiment, being stationed on what is seen by many as a backwater babysitting duty, have taken to brewing and distilling as a large part of their culture. Casks of brew can often be seen lashed to tanks as good-luck totems, the idea being that beer is readily handy (if a bit warm) to facilitate celebration upon another safe return home.
















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Splinter Fleet Cyclone
Tyranids were my first love when I was introduced to Warhammer 40,000 (who would have thought a dinosaur-loving kid who later studied entomology in college would like Tyranids?) in the late nineties by a friend, and though the hobby fizzled out at that time I later got back into it with the release of Battle for Macragge. The Tyranids are, appropriately enough, a constantly evolving force – it’s quite usual to break apart old models to spawn new conversions, and the color scheme is always changing subtly.

A splinter fleet of Hive Fleet Kraken, Splinter Fleet Cyclone was named for its habit of touching down on a planet, assimilating the DNA of the most dangerous organisms, and then lifting off again. In this manner Splinter Fleet Cyclone remains small and elite, avoiding attracting much attention. Nevertheless, the Imperium eventually recognized the hazard that this fleet posed and dispatched a Space Marine Chapter - the Firedrakes - to contain and eliminate the xenos. The Tyranids have shown remarkable variety in the forces they use against different races, their Lictors and Genestealers probing the enemy's weaknesses and resulting in diverse army configurations. It is unknown at this time if Verdekil XVIII is simply being sampled to assimilate its dangerous fauna, or if full-scale assault is in the works.












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Craftworld Mata Nui
Eldar were chosen as my second army, and mostly as a break from painting the endless green tide of Tyranids. I wanted an army with a huge scope for personalization and trying out all sorts of colors. Trying to think of a unique theme that could still look Eldar and would allow all manner of conversions, as well as have a personal resonance, I went with the admittedly really unusual LEGO Bionicle theme. The Bionicle toys and storyline were a huge part of me and my brother’s life for years before Warhammer, so it was an easy choice. Eldar are already a colorful army with all their Aspect Warriors, so it could be a bit ridiculous and themed without needing too much explanation. It may not be to everyone’s taste, but I’ve had a lot of nostalgic fun making this army and that’s what matters!

Eldar are always enigmatic, and those of Craftworld Mata Nui are no different. They are a particularly insular culture when it comes to interacting with other Eldar and have radically unique ornamentation on many of their warrior’s machines and armor. Individual heraldry and decoration appears to play a large part in their more specialized warrior units. Despite their disdain for other Eldar, who they likely blame for The Fall, Craftworld Mata Nui has been observed interacting with other xenos races – including, if the ruins on Verdekil XVIII are any indication, humans. The function of these ruins, the fate of the inhabitants, and why the Eldar fight to protect them are all mysteries the Ordo Xenos is working to solve.


















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Other Forces
With the new Allies Matrix it’s really easy to get swept up in making themed ‘counts-as’ allied detachments. My brother also has three armies which will occasionally be making planetfall on Verdekil XVIII (when our schedules overlap and he can make it up to visit), so I thought I’d briefly introduce them here even though I won’t be posting about them. If my brother decides to maintain his Warseer logs I’ll link to them here.

Genestealer Cult
With Tyranids and IG, how could this not happen? The Grey Knights Codex finally provided a simple and legal way to make Genestealer Cults in games of 40k, by simply allying Death Cult Assassins and Arco-Flagellants to an IG army as Genestealer equivalents.

Not all of the silenced Guard garrisons on Verdekil XVIII are lost – at least, not destroyed. More than once a beleaguered JP Regiment unit has voxed for backup from a nearby outpost only to find the ‘reinforcements’ siding with Tyranid aggressors, apparently shielded from predation by their shared synaptic web. The exact number of outposts fallen to such heresy is unknown, but likely it grows as broods of feral Genestealers stalk the jungle.



Mechanicus Squats
I always liked dwarves most out of the typical fantasy races, and Squats were a perfect way to slake some of that interest without starting a new game system. What started out as one Enginseer model has slowly started growing into what will one day hopefully be a sizeable allied force.

The regiment’s mechanics are mostly members of the endangered Squat race and have a natural affinity with machines, as well as serving as the army’s resident top brewmasters. Barrels of Squat brew are highly prized amongst the troops, though many complain that the sophisticated Squat Enginseer fortress-workshops make for unfair working conditions compared to damp corners of platoon bunkhouses that most JP Regiment brewers work with. Though some have joined the rank and file, most Squats keep busy hidden in underground workshops, tinkering at their mysterious projects. When the entrances to these workshops are threatened, however, the Squats show their true fighting force.



Kabal of the Ecstatic Overdose
Just kidding, that’s not the real name. But my brother never gave them a name, so that’ll do for now. These guys were largely donated by the friend who tried to get me into 40k however many years ago, after he himself got out of the hobby. My brother had worked to update and improve the army over the past few years while still preserving the original owner’s feel.

Occasionally Dark Eldar raiding forces touch down on Verdekil XVIII, owing to its stock of excellent pit-arena Death World xenos (or Catachan, who the Dark Eldar also find make good sport in arena fights).





Da Pikked Skabz
Again just kidding about the name, but my brother hasn’t named them and painted them dark red so what’re you gonna do? Gotta call ‘em something.

As with most of the galaxy, Orks are an occasional blight on Verdekil XVIII. They seem mostly to use the planet as a pit stop to ‘get their krump on’ while en-route to a larger engagement.







Space Marine Firedrakes Chapter
My brother’s original army and the classic arch-nemesis of my Tyranids.

Rumored to be descended from the Primarch Vulkan, the Firedrakes are a roving Chapter which at one point was dedicated to the pursuit and extermination of Splinter Fleet Cyclone. Though now enmeshed in conflict with large portions of both the Ecstatic Overdose Kabal and Da Pikked Skabs Ork warband, they still see to it that the JP Regiment receives Astartes assistance in their hours of darkest need. In return, the Catachan supply allies in distant warzones when the Space Marines have need of mortal stealth.



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Sweden

Very nice paint-job and converting. I do like your Genestealer Cult the most out of these. Very heretic!

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Portugal

Read the whole thing, this is simply amazing. Such enormous background for what seems a spectacular gaming table.

Of all the models presented, I loved the Catachans the most and I usually hate Catachans, but that Jurassic Park banner among other jewels won my heart.

Thanks for sharing

P.S: Actually Kabal of the Ecstatic Overdose is an awesome name

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 Andronoid wrote:
Very nice paint-job and converting. I do like your Genestealer Cult the most out of these. Very heretic!

Thanks! Here's a bit more Cult material for you. Some of the pictures are outdated, as I frequently go back and revise models.















 TheDraconicLord wrote:
Of all the models presented, I loved the Catachans the most and I usually hate Catachans, but that Jurassic Park banner among other jewels won my heart.

If you like that, then check this out!









And a WIP terrain piece that's 99% done now...


   
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After having these models painted for something like six years (when the old Eldar Codex was brand new), I finally made them flying bases! Of course on the tanks you can't see them, but they're there. Eventually if GW makes new Jetbikes I'd like to turn these into Shining Spears and paint some Guardian Jetbikes in the neutral tan color. I also eventually hope to get a wash in the crevices on the tanks for more contrast, plus of course Scatter Lasers on the Wave Serpent. But here they all are for now!







Hope you enjoy. Should have some more pictures in the next two or three days.

   
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Very characterful. The Squat Enginseer became one of may favorite conversions. I may even steal your idea.
   
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Portugal

Oh man, what glorious work, that Mech-Dinossaur is truly epic <3

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 livanbard wrote:
Very characterful. The Squat Enginseer became one of may favorite conversions. I may even steal your idea.

Go for it! If you want more Squat inspiration, here's some pictures from a commission I just finished:











Oh man, what glorious work, that Mech-Dinossaur is truly epic <3

Thanks - i thought I was about done with the dinosaur conversions, but the new Lizardmen 'Ankylosaurus' coming out is pretty tempting!

For a long time I wanted to make this guy's blue into gray as well as spice up the really boring base, so here's the before and after:





Back to work!

   
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Bionicle and 40k? Awesome!

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Glad someone likes the theme, I can certainly understand how many people wouldn't.

Been working on a ton of things at the same time and should have some finished Eldar and terrain paint soon, but for now here's some WIP models.

First, two WIP models to count as allied Arco-Flagellants - I call them Brawlers. I wanted some models to represent guys who, even among the Catachan, stand out as ridiculous fighters. I've been reading a bunch of classics on my Kindle, since public domain books are free, so here's a start on Tarzan and Queequeg. Since Tarzan regularly chokes out lions and Queequeg jumps on whales' backs and slays them with just a sharp stick, they made the badass cut. I'm debating how to make them stand out better for WYSIWYG, and was thinking of adding some blood on weapons since it's absent on the rest of the army.Tarzan will have a jaguar pelt and Queegueg will be covered in tattoos. But I NEED CATACHAN LEGS to make them! Please PM me if you might have two to spare, I'd be eternally grateful!



The third Brawler is Friar Tuck from Robin Hood, who I readily admit took a bunch of cues from Little John. I just thought the friar look was more interesting. One either side of Tuck is a Catachan Knife Fighter, who play as Death Cult Assassins. They're converted from Dark Eldar legs. I intentionally went for a fast, skinny look to them. A third is in the works, also a female. I'm going the opposite of most wargamers and actually reducing busts and covering up exposed midriffs so that the ladies fit in better and look less ridiculous.



And lastly, here's one of the 'Crisis Battlesuits' in progress. He's actually the shortest one - the rest have straighter legs, lengthened midsections, and longer necks. My fingers are also covering up the 'jetpack' on the shoulders, which helps bulk it up. Half of them will also have flying stands. Think it looks significantly different from a Wraithguard?



Also, I NEED THREE ELDAR FLAMERS. Ideally the ones included with the Wraithlord. If anybody can help me with the flamers or Catachan legs I'd greatly appreciate it, and can PayPal you some money for your efforts. Thanks, and will have some more finished painted models soon!

EDIT: Here's a bit more. The third Knife Fighter, who still needs a bit of face surgery and some narrower shoulders. Like the pose though!



And the very WIP temple ruins they'll be fighting over. There's two more as well, and I hope to eventually find another one of those Playmobil bridges on ebay.

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New Lizardmen are tempting. I want a Terradon and a Cold One for terrain details... maybe an old Salamander for a Nork Dedogg 'attack dog'... and if the Bastiladon was cheaper (and I had need of another tank), I'd make this!


   
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I have been led here by bebops thread... your talent is amazing... so many wonderful conversion to be seen here...

the catachans are awesome...and I like the fact that you built two armies that are battling each other... catachans with matching ´nids... that is a winning formula!!!

and seeing that last mock-up...you defiantly should invest in more dinos!!!

   
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Bionicle themed eldar? Hell yeah!

Also cant wait to see what you do with the Nids and Catachan!

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 Pekel wrote:
New Lizardmen are tempting. I want a Terradon and a Cold One for terrain details... maybe an old Salamander for a Nork Dedogg 'attack dog'... and if the Bastiladon was cheaper (and I had need of another tank), I'd make this!



It's... It's so beautiful :') *sniff* A real miniature of this would be all kinds of amazing :')

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Some beautiful conversion, painting, terrain, and especially Catachan work!

"dave you are the definition of old school..." -Viktor Von Domm My P&M Blog :
It's great how just adding a little iconography, and rivets of course, can make something look distinctly 40K-adamsouza
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Thank you guys for the compliments, they're all very much appreciated.

 Viktor von Domm wrote:
and seeing that last mock-up...you defiantly should invest in more dinos!!!

Don't know about investing money and space in more yet, but I couldn't resist another mock-up! Here's the old Jurassic Park Spinosaurus I have:



And here's a concept for an allied Catachan Dreadknight!




 HoeJarris wrote:
Bionicle themed eldar? Hell yeah!

Been working on some terrain to match the theme. The stone color is about done, but everything else is very WIP. They'll eventually be covered in foliage, moss (over the sloppy foam parts to hide them!), skulls and other 40k details.







Also played three games with my new Eldar and won them all! Here's the Night Lords from one opponent. My brother should eventually post a few pictures from against his Orks.







Will hopefully finish up painting some things soon!

   
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What legs do you use for the riders?

"dave you are the definition of old school..." -Viktor Von Domm My P&M Blog :
It's great how just adding a little iconography, and rivets of course, can make something look distinctly 40K-adamsouza
"Ah yes, the sound of riveting.....Swear word after swear word and the clinking of thrown tools" "Nope. It sucks do it again..."- mxwllmdr
"It puts together more terrain, or else it gets the hose again...-dangledorf2.0
"This is the Imperium, there is no peace, there are only rivets" -Vitruvian XVII
"I think rivets are the perfect solution to almost every problem"- Rawson
More buildings for the Building God! -Shasolenzabi
 
   
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Wow!

You have made dinosaur mounted artillery

Dinosaur. Mounted. Artillery.

I am in awe... Subbed and exalted, some fantastic work in this thread!

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Jurassic Park IG? I need new pants now.

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Pekel, as you know, im a huge fan of your catachan blog. FYI those that are new to pekels blog here on dakka, check out the beer guns and catachan blog on warseer to see alot more of that army wip. Its great to see your other ventures pekel! I LOVE the the scifi esque dwarves with the power weapons. great fun, and lovely lovely painting My favorite model shown is the old school hybrid in a jungle catachan-esque scheme. Beautiful models and your style is very obvious. i imagine id be able to call your minis without knowing who painted them. A mark of a true artist!


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 dsteingass wrote:
What legs do you use for the riders?

On the Cold One Rough Riders and T. rex Sentinel I used normal Catachan legs cut and greenstuffed. On the Triceratops Griffon I used a Sentinel pilot.

Jurassic Park IG? I need new pants now.

Hope you don't mess a new pair of pants, but I have some Jurassic Park-style fences made by a Dakka member that still need some final paint details.





bebopdrums, your praise means a lot. Was always a big fan of yours, so thanks for the compliments!

Temples are almost done, waiting on more green flock so I can make them look a bit more lush. Also need more details added, but certainly at a good gaming standard in my book.



Also, I finally thought up a character for the fourth and final Brawler conversion. Who gets into tons of fist fights, wears a sweet hat, and would be perfectly at home running around jungle ruins? HINT: his close combat weapon is a whip.

   
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Loving the armies!

   
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Hey Pekel, while you're at it, I think blanka needs to show up somewhere in your army


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Berlin Germany

HINT: his close combat weapon is a whip.


will you convert him? i think hasslefree already made a model... and reaper minis too...iirc...

   
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 bebopdrums2424 wrote:
Hey Pekel, while you're at it, I think blanka needs to show up somewhere in your army

Never actually played Street Fighter, but if I did he definitely looks like inspiration for a beastly jungle fighter.

will you convert him?

Yep - got a DE Agoniser whip on the way, and will make a greenstuff cast of the hat on my T. rex rider. After that it's just a bit of greenstuff on a Catachan and he should be good to go.

Did a bunch tonight. Added a vane from the Wraithguard kit onto my Farseer to make him stand out more from the other converted Warlocks. While he was on the table I trimmed some lumpy greenstuff and smoothed out some of the paint from six years ago. Looks fresh! Eventually all of his converted Warlock buddies will get the same treatment.



Finished up my Spiritseer conversion. Had this Warlock extra (not painted like that, of course - I wish I was that good!):



And made it into this. The wash came out heavier than I would have liked, I'll probably tidy him up eventually.



Also finished his big buddy, the Wraithseer, just in time for Forge World to release their new Apocalypse book and make him worse (pricier missile launcher, reduced FNP for his psychic power). Here's the stages from concept to final. Note how much the torso was modified! I never liked the old Wraithlord 'giant head with stick limbs' look.









Also just ordered a bunch of Dwarf Ironbreakers to make my Squat unit. I still need two more, though - PM me if you have some you'd be willing to sell!

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Youve got quite the eye for color pekel. The lime green is a great choice for a spot color and hhe wraith seer/lord? is really catching my eye. I like that your bone effects remind me more of bamboo or ivory, than bone persay. Lovely.

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Thanks! I like the idea of it resembling bamboo quite a bit. Seems very in-theme.

Finished a new terrain piece. Catachan JP Regiment vehicle gone missing en-route. Find the vehicle, determine if there are any survivors, and bring back the keg of Squat brew if it's still intact.



"...Shoot her! SHOOT HER!"

   
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What a feast this thread is! I feel as though the doors to the toy store have been thrown open and I've been invited to explore!

   
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LOVE that cheap plastic jeep given new life!!

"dave you are the definition of old school..." -Viktor Von Domm My P&M Blog :
It's great how just adding a little iconography, and rivets of course, can make something look distinctly 40K-adamsouza
"Ah yes, the sound of riveting.....Swear word after swear word and the clinking of thrown tools" "Nope. It sucks do it again..."- mxwllmdr
"It puts together more terrain, or else it gets the hose again...-dangledorf2.0
"This is the Imperium, there is no peace, there are only rivets" -Vitruvian XVII
"I think rivets are the perfect solution to almost every problem"- Rawson
More buildings for the Building God! -Shasolenzabi
 
   
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Great work with the ino riders
And someone has finally made elder cool, by injecting lego

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I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
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