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MAN vs RNG by Martin-Q MAN vs RNG by Martin-Q
Now that MANvsGAME ([link]) is getting his PC casting setup upgraded, he's going to be able to cast more PC games... and one of them is XCOM: Enemy Unknown, one of my favorite strategy games! (He likes to go through franchises from beginning to end, though, so he's going to start with UFO Defense) I was originally thinking of drawing him and his cast friends in XCom armor as a posse, but since the news only came out a little while ago, I only had enough time for a smaller concept. So, since MAN has played a few games that relied heavily on Random Number Generators (RNG), I felt like putting them all together in a trolly drawing.

For characters, from left to right, top to bottom, it's the Dead Baby, Isaac, and Mom (her foot, more specifically) from The Binding of Isaac. MAN is, naturally, the poor soul being smothered. Then it's the Sectoids from XCOM (these are the Enemy Unknown versions). At the bottom is the explorer (not sure about a name) from Spelunky.

The die across from MAN is an item from The Binding of Isaac. It specializes in randomizing an already random game, and it represents all the possible good/bad results MAN gets from these games. I only hope it has mercy on his soldiers in XCOM. He's casting it tomorrow, and probably will stick with it for a while.

Also, this is my first submission with color and some basic shading. Kind of annoying to do, since I'm more interested in the characters and situations, but it does look nice. Enjoy!

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vasile20022003 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013
Martin-Q Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Glad you like it! I could probably clean it up more, but I'm so excited for MAN casting these great randomized games.

Hope to see you around the cast!
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