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19th Nov 2016, 8:00 AM in The Passion Of Golgo Part Two

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Wargyrl 19th Nov 2016, 8:17 AM edit delete

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Peya Luna 19th Nov 2016, 8:34 AM edit delete reply
*yikes* either their armour is really weak or gunthers blade is really tough. either way, the steam-soldiers are sh# outa luck
....i wonder how long it´ll take farm-girl to recognise her daddy inside the creepy plant(?) bodysuit.
fallopiancrusader 19th Nov 2016, 9:50 AM edit delete reply
It's a bad day to be a saegerminn!
Gorbi1985 19th Nov 2016, 7:28 PM edit delete reply
Can´t help myself, but always i see them, it reminds me of Übersoldat from game Wolfenstein.
Wargyrl 19th Nov 2016, 11:06 PM edit delete reply
Gorbi -- I will admit that you gave me a moment of thought. I had never heard of the character to whom you refer, but as soon as I saw your note I looked it up.

To be honest, I see a few parallels. Clearly, both characters are German, and both characters are wearing armor; and that armor is patterned after the armor which knights wore in the Middle Ages.

However, beyond that the characters seem very different to me. What do our other readers think?
fallopiancrusader 20th Nov 2016, 11:50 AM edit delete reply
They remind me a little bit of something that might be found in Warhammer 40K
Wargyrl 20th Nov 2016, 4:34 PM edit delete reply

Thanks for your comments. To be candid, I see a few minor similarities, but mostly I see differences. How many different ways are there to engineer futuristic armor? I think we are talking about 'convergent evolution.'

Iceburgh69 22nd Nov 2016, 6:32 AM edit delete reply
I see steampunk/dieselpunk power armor, myself, which is really probably the best way to describe it. With that, anyone who sees power armor will see similarities, since that is literally what they are wearing. I could mention Clan Elemental armor (mainly the Gnome variant, maybe the Salamander), which will have a few similarities, and a ton of differences (the armor here don't have lasers, SRM2 racks (Short-Range Missiles), fusion reactors, or jump jets (that I'm aware of). What they have in common is the armor itself, which encapsulates the wearer and boosts their strength and endurance either mechanically or electronically. The Ubersoldaten and the Warhammer 40K Marines (both the Space Marines and the Chaos Marines) are in power armor. I could also mention the Terran Marines from StarCraft/SC2 as well for the same reason, Ridley from Aliens (though hers is actually a loader and not true power ARMOR, but it IS an enhancement frame, so I'm throwing it in for that reason).

So yeah, I think it has more to do with the type of armor.

Here's a couple of reference pics/pages for the Mechwarrior stuff I'd mentioned:




Peya Luna 21st Nov 2016, 3:20 PM edit delete reply
honestly, there are only so many ways an armoured dude can look so its no wonder there are *some* similarities.
but between the steam-powered bit, the circular blades and most importantly the whole kaiserreich-design elements such as the typical spiked helmets your dudes are pretty unique.
Peya Luna 22nd Nov 2016, 9:51 AM edit delete reply
well, there are only so many ways an armored dude can look, but between being steam-powered, the circular blades and the typical spiked helmet your guys are pretty original!
Gorbi1985 22nd Nov 2016, 4:52 PM edit delete reply
I am sorry. I did not wrote i mean "mark" 1946 http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/wolfenstein/images/b/b4/Supersoldaten_1946.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20140624125030

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