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Boone the Dog Two Hundred

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Boone the Dog Two Hundred!

Even more mercenary clones had to be created to keep up with the constant cosmic demand! Boone number 200 has had a few brutal combats but keeps on space trucking with his auto-mace and rugged canine cybernetics! My 200th character!

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He's, so adorable! TREMENDOUS =-O

jouste responds:

hey thanks! he's kind of become the milestone mascot for this series haha.

*200 highfives

But you have 542 art submissions 😂

jouste responds:

lol, Boone is all about the recent series I've started.

*highfives

Such a tiny itty bitty arm

I love it

jouste responds:

yeah, he couldn't get the right sized cybernetic in time and now he's used to it.

*highfives

I look forward to seeing boone 1 - 199. Seriously though I'm amazed at the speed and creativity of your characters.

jouste responds:

hey thanks! it's been a lot of fun keeping this pace up.

*highfives

so is his arm and leg gone because he's a clone of a clone from the first series of Boone the Dog clones? and the last year of characters has been fucking amazing. the fact that you have been able to keep this up for 200 characters is incredible. hope there will be a Boone the Dog three Hundred.

jouste responds:

that's a good question, I think it's a bit of both, the cloning process makes weaker versions that need more cybernetic help. Thanks as always for posting hobo, I've had a great time making these guys up as well.

*hilltop highfives

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