FRAG! Necromunda Punk Chainsaw Pete Conversion

By |2017-11-23T12:30:51+00:00November 23rd, 2017|Categories: Conversion Corner, Conversions, FRAG, Painted Figure Showcase, Space Marines, Warhammer 40k|

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Checkout another conversion for FRAG! the board game by Steve Jackson, which is starting to look a lot like the new Necromunda as well.

Here is another custom FRAG! conversion that’s definitely got some character, eh?  I for one have no idea how he opens doors, unless he just saws them in half, lol.

For those of you not familiar with it there is an board game out there that emulates a first person shooter, which from the top down looks a lot like the newest version of Necromunda too.

It pretty much combines the play of 40k with the ridiculousness of Duke Nukem, and makes for a lot of fun. The game is called FRAG! and it’s AWESOME.

The one part it is lacking in however is miniatures, and that is where we come in. Back in the day we kicked off a FRAG! league ourselves and the stipulation was that you must have your own custom figure to play.

This is his second custom figure named Chainsaw Pete, the first one Tyson, we featured recently as well.

Pete also features a ton of bits, and has a punky Neckromunda feel to the model.

Lets take a look at all the bits he used to make this model.

  • Catachan HW Team Carnivorous Plant
  • Chainswords x4
  • Ork Spikey Shoulder Pads x2
  • MK8 Errant Armor Chest
  • Space Marine Power Armor Legs
  • Space Marine Power Armor Arms
  • Space Wolf Pack Head
  • Capped Vents from Fantasy Terrain Sets
  • Chaos Space Marine Backpack
  • MK1 Space Marine Hunter Killer Vent (on top of the Backpack)

Check all the views of Chainsaw Pete below.

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What do you think of him? Steampunk or Necromunda? What do you have dreamed up for your games of Necromunda this holiday?

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