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NFG Hardsuit
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LesserAngel Feb 24 2013, 5:45pm says:

I like! And welcome back!

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Genocyber Feb 25 2013, 7:21pm replied:

Cheers mate, its good to be back :)

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raeldrikp Feb 24 2013, 9:15pm says:


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pwinkle Mar 28 2013, 4:54am says:

Words simply cannot express how awesome this image and that one of the VTOL are.
Cannot wait to see where you take this mod.

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I recently completed one of my personal projects, so I'll be able to shift my focus back onto Wargame - starting with this awesome lil beast.

The design is from another amazing deviant artist, StTheo, whos been pumping out absolutely mouthwatering pieces of work. I doubt this will be the last of his designs I model thats for sure.

You can peep this design and more at

This NFG Hardsuit comes standard with a 5.56 underslung smg and 20mm auto-cannon. Stands roughly 7 feet tall. A hardsuit is sorta the bridge between power-armor and mecha. Its battlefield role is that of a highly mobile IFV. Although it has much less armor then an traditional IFV and dosnt carry infantry, what it brings to the table more then makes up for this; being able to enter structures, take cover, and being easily transported are just a few of the reasons Hardsuits have been heavily integrated into the armed forces of Wargames factions.

Modeled by Genocyber. 20k Polys. Modeled in Blender. Rendered in 3ds Max 2012.

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