I Guess Those Helmets Aren't Blaster Proof After All



This grisly act of cosplay should serve as a warning against fighting for the Dark Side - don't join up if you value your good looks.

I've seen zombie stormtroopers before, but this one takes the cake and utilizes anatomy and backstory to maximum gory effect.

If you see this guy wandering around, don't point at him or he just might bite off your finger!

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(Image credit: Flickr user Rizwan Baig)

 

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Not necessarily. As a TK I can give a little perspective as to how a helmet like that comes about.
You start out with a new and shiny bucket. You add padding to the inside so it fits your head. Later on, you finally saved enough cash to get the audio system that fits inside the helmet and uses the tusks as speakers. Then you realize that after a while you decide you want to upgrade the lenses. After a year or two, you decide that you want to add fans to keep you cool. The best option is to purchase a new helmet and then start clean, because you already know a better way of doing something and you have an idea as to how to do it, and make the helmet comfortable.
Now you have an old bucket. There are options for it.
* sell it to a noob who is looking to get into becoming a member of the 501st but doesn't have a lot of money.
* "dirt it up" and customize it into a Sandtrooper bucket.
* Deathtrooper, Hello Kitty Trooper, Batman Trooper...
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