Judgment day has come. More than half of humanity died at once, in the nuclear fire. Many died later during a nuclear winter. Soon there were machines... To be continued...

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NoNameBadass
NoNameBadass

These guys look so badass

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Cheshire164
Cheshire164

Cool! But they was not so good as other models)

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BautiStha
BautiStha

Maybe they created de skin from 0% !

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R.EVEN.ANT Author
R.EVEN.ANT

we guided there:
Vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net

Model from Titanfall

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Artiah
Artiah

Amazing!

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kock
kock

lol, looks like more like chappie

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Guest
Guest

where do you download?

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NESHV Creator
NESHV

TBD

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PvtMadnage
PvtMadnage

The T-400 Endo, or Clankers due to the distinct sound produced when it walks,[citation needed] is one of the early Humanoid Hunter Killer Unit series prior to the T-500 Terminator, and were first created in 2018 by Skynet.

The T-400 was invented during initial tests to mimic human autonomy. The idea was to create a Hunter Killer that had the general size, shape, range of motion and mobility of a human being. The hyper-alloy construction and armor of later series was not perfected during this time, so the 400 Series' construction was made from cheap and not particularly durable materials, that were easy and fast to produce and put into the field. Due to these reasons, Skynet kept producing the 400 Series en masse as expendable soldiers even after newer Humanoid Hunter Killer series were created, such as the T-500 or T-600. The 400 Series served as the main ground-troops shortly after their creation, and some were used as guards at different skynet installations, factories and internment camps, where human prisoners were held.

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