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The Guard of Auschwitz
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Capable of instantly exterminating everything in site with its powerful machine gun and rail cannon, the Harvestman was deemed unsafe for use with troops but too valuable of an asset to retire. Realizing that there wouldn't always be sirens or time to retreat, the glitch of the Harvestman eventually caused the ORFC to introduce the now standard golden stripe on their vehicles.
The golden stripe on the vehicles would distinguish themselves from enemy vehicles, and the stripes were at times even put on the helmets of Osthmoorian soldiers running into battle as an extra safety precaution. Or at least that's what they tell us.
The above backstory is something I've had floating in my head for awhile now, I hope it isn't too cheesy. I thought it would be interesting if the stripes on ORFC vehicles and ships had a bit more of a reason of being there besides just "sci-fi". Stripes on things in sci-fi seem to be pretty common, they're on guns, vehicles, ships, soldiers, everything, and they make things look pretty neat, although often probably don't make much sense outside of ranks. MS-Paint Paint.
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Comments Join the community to add your comment. Already a deviant? Sign In. BlastWaves Hobbyist Digital Artist. Thank you X-said! BeignetBison Professional Digital Artist. You're are going creaziest each time. Now you're making full scene with a lot of effect only with pixels. Haha yeah, I've kind of stopped doing just those vehicles, as I thought they were getting a bit repetitive, I think it was the right thing to do. WebFingers3 Student General Artist.
Haha, it does! Kenny-White-Lion Hobbyist Writer. Putting me on edge I know you are going to get flooded if you ever open commissions haha. Haha, yeah, I might open them sometime in the future though, stay tuned! Keep it up BlastWaves!
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I'm surprised nobody has contacted you in making a Video Game. Thank you! To be honest, I'm really unsure what a video game would be about, that and I'm not really sure much of my art is usable for games, haha.