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Crossings: Tough old rags

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Frozen for decades, the commander of the Screaming Eagles lits up the sky to compensate for lack of warmth.


 Mowing down enemies with his P-40´s incredible gatling cannon, the Sarge turns his Warhawk to the rendevouz point...


His unit´s members D-Day and Dynamite were waiting for 10 long minutes.


Cobra was sighted via satellite and the nearest Joe unit was Savage´s: The Screaming Eagles.


Many times proven wrong, the Brass still doubts of this unit´s purpose and tactics.


Every bit of Joe blood, Sgt. Savage has guts and gut for calling card, and most of his opponents could testify to that.


A nose for trouble, the years spent "sleeping" kept him sharp.


A great shot, even with a "future" weapon.


Some things should never change. And some never do, whatever the decade you live in.


And Cobra´s about to feel just that...

Cast:

Sgt Savage and Screaming Eagles figures
P- 40 Warhawk
Soldier Force V Strong Garrison Playset

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2 comments: to “ Crossings: Tough old rags

  • Luís Galileu G. Tonelli
    October 20, 2010 at 1:14 AM  

    A great small diostory.

    It was fun to read, but a little too short.

    Great figures assortment, but I was lost in the decade of the story..

  • JoMi
    October 20, 2010 at 1:49 AM  

    Well, i´m actually happy you found it too short, i guess it´s a sign you wanted more :)

    Sgt Savage and his unit is set in the late 90s, when he was brought in from cryo freeze. He uses WWII modified apparel, machines and weaponry because he´s used to it.

    So you want more development?

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