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Dragunov was the prototype for Chernobyl but was unable to use a nuclear power source.
Dragunov was placed in charge of both tanks troops and the T-100 units. He is equipped with a gatling gun that comes out of his right hand for mid-range attacks, and uses a large hammer and sickle for close-range.

He is one of the few given an adaptive program. This allows him to study various environments and organic lifeforms. Over times he began showing signs of developing a personality. He is stern, but does appear to worry for those in his troop.

He and his troop were sent off to the Karakorum desert to investigate strange storms that form and disappear mysteriously. The energy that the storms give off are similar to that of Siberia and a device called that went missing along with its creator.
But as soon as they entered desert a fierce storm appeared. They were scattered and some buried in the sand. Unable to communicate due to his broken antennae Dragunov remained buried for three weeks, until a Bellator soldier named Sherman found him. He too was sent to investigate the strange storms and separated from his troop.
With no communication, the two decided set off to finish there mission, in hope that along the way they'll there lost comrades.



Oh hi! I wonder if half of DA also inhabits this site :)

Undeadkitty13 responds:


Nice shading, excellent design and I love the battle wounds on the torso... job welldone :D

He looks like Starlord from Guardians of the Galaxy.

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Feb 3, 2013
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