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Jose the Migrant Hydrant

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Hey all! Looks like we have Jose the Migrant Hydrant here!

Jose was a very skilled Fire-Fighting Robot that fought fires with such tenacity that they were all defeated in one legendary engagement named "The Great Extinguishing". Unfortunately, Jose was programmed with far too much fight in his circuits and after the last flame was extinguished he snapped. Without anything to battle anymore he began to wander, looking for frays and melees that would satiate his sub-routines and cool his calculations. All the other rescue robots happily de-activated after the flames were doused so Jose has plenty of time for mechanical meditation and existential compiling.

Wielding his heavy hose like a flail, and bashing foes with re-enforced piping, Jose slams through combat with a flame-retardant fury that is unmatched by even the most vicious of warriors. His prowess is becoming legendary as he takes down monsters and famous foes a plenty, feeding his unending hunger for hostile encounters.

Wish this rugged robot well as he tirelessly takes on tournaments and savage street-scraps!

-jouste the drawbarian

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Well, he'll be fine as soon as he realizes the possibility of becoming a drinks dispenser, for himself and for others.

jouste responds:

is a drink dispenser as exciting as fighting EVERYTHING!? Thanks for the high score and the comment!

*highfives*

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jouste
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1,466
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Votes
48
Score
4.59 / 5.00

Uploaded
Aug 9, 2016
3:23 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
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1150 x 800 px
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