So naturally, the first day back from school I go and build a Lego model. Picture a toxic wasteland set 20 or 30 years in the future. Vast oceans of acidic green slime oozing into the vast oceans of slightly less acidic ocean water. Few have survived the radiation un-mutated, and legions of horrible monsters walk the face of the earth (or what is left of it). This is why the Toxic Crawler was constructed. It is able to travel through up to 2 and a half feet of deadly muck. It has an intake in the front that allows it to absorb whatever poisonous chemicals it wades through and store it in collection tanks on the back. These tanks power the large cannons on the top, granting the Toxic Crawler a virtually unlimited ammo supply. When it is seriously threatened, however, it has the ability to produce 4 hidden .70 caliber machine guns for maximum pwnage.
Here we see the Toxic Crawler using it's acid cannons as it desperately battles a flying mutant arrow.
On the left we have the pilot, Putrid Pete, with his trusty magnum. Though it's hard to believe, Pete wasn't always Putrid. In fact, he used to be a high school English teacher before he was forced to look for a new job in the aftermath of the apocalypse. He landed a job as a bulldozer operator cleaning up the ruins of New York city until his employer caught him posting on a post-apocalyptic internet forum while on the job. Rather than letting himself be fired, he and his mutant friend Livingston (right) decided to steal one of the bulldozers. Though the construction company gave chase, Livingston was able to fashion a hydraulic pump that could spew toxic waste out of the remains of a gas station which quickly subdued the pursuers. Now they wander the countryside as mercenaries for hire.
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