Meryl Silverburgh

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Included in this pack is Meryl, from MGS4. Two versions actually; the standard Rat Team edition with full bodygroups and also a bonus Army servicedress uniform version that is more or less an accurate-sh recreation of what'd be fitting for her job/rank, given what is known about the character. Also included is her trademark desert eagle.


  • Valve Biped rigging - built in animation libraries and rig_biped_simple
  • L4D FACS Faceposing - HL2 Phoneme exrtraction is fully functional. I added a few minor strerio flexes for additional tweaking.
  • Complex eye Shaders featuring components from MGS4's eye shader
  • Bodygroups for the vest, patch, backpack, bandana, knife holster, pistol holster, and side ammo pouches. The service dess version has bodygroups for the beret, badges, and pistol holster.
  • Detial textures and some top notch material definition.
  • Jigglebones - the hair has 6 additional bones, the earring is rigged to three bones, and the backpack is also jiggleboned.
  • The desert eagle prop shares a root bone with the one in the left leg holster for easy parenting.


  • Konami - base model
  • thistheend - Port from game
  • wraithcat- base outfit for service dress
  • Bloocobalt - physics, female hands on service dress
  • Lt_Commander - everything else


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Filename Downloads Created Filesize
  Meryl_Release_Src.7z   604 2016-01-31 20:32:26 12.92 MB
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