Legion (SFM)

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Recommended daily amount of Agressive Sustained Counterfire. _______________________________________________________________________________ Heavyweaponsrobot, or "Deadbolt" in the game files, from Titanfall 2.

The predator cannon is a seperate model, and is fully rigged. I should also mention that, for some reason, the model is really dark with lighting disabled. It should still work fine, though, with lighting enabled. The body textures are also semi low res. Not enough to cause a problem, but enough to tell if you put a strong light on him and get real close.

Also, thanks to Sync1211 (https:// //vrcmods.com/user/sync1211) for actually ripping these from the game. I just ported it from unity to blender to sfm, and cannot take any credit for creating these guys.

Issues: The self illuminated eye lights are white by default, your just going to have to put a light on each and every individual one, or edit the vtfs, yeet. Also, his eye is not the big glowy thing on his "chest", it's actually the tiny little thing on his head that looks like a screaming face.

RIG INCLUDED (elbows bend weird, but works fine for lower body)

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  HeavyWeaponsBot.zip   873 2018-06-21 16:49:27 35.66 MB
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