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Trigger Treat Gaming Figure by the-gil-monster Trigger Treat Gaming Figure by the-gil-monster
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Driven out of their home by his abusive brothers Nine Lives and The Thicket, Claude Rooker set up residence at a roadside pumpkin stand. Using spree shooting as a catharsis, he carved likenesses of his victim’s faces into pumpkins. When the Evil Wardens refused him his .50 caliber handgun in AMPUTHEATRE combat, Treat whipped together a zip gun.

With the ability to perform long-range dismemberment, Trigger Treat is happiest when he’s shooting into crowds. Those Slashers that do close with him will discover that he’s just as dangerous up-close as he is from far away. Treat’s Sniperport and Stun attack with his Zip Gun are invaluable when a donnybrook doesn’t go his way.

The Trigger Treat Gaming Figure is an accessory for AMPUTHEATRE- The World's Goriest Board Game, and includes a both a Slasher Sheet and Bloodcount with game tokens for AMPUTHEATRE play.

Trigger Treat stands 3" (7.62 cm) high. His body is built from chenille stems, and his head and arms are removable to display damage from AMPUTHEATRE combat.

Trigger Treat's overalls are denim, his ammo belt is felt, and fabric comprises his wrist ties and bandana. His zip gun is built from balsa wood and plastic. Trigger Treat is quite poseable!

PLEASE NOTE: Trigger Treat is not a game in his own right; you will need the AMPUTHEATRE Rulebook and board in order to play (coming soon).

Patent 2005, 2009. AMPUTHEATRE, The World's Goriest Board Game, Trigger Treat, and their likenesses are Copyright 2009 by Gil Merritt. All rights reserved.
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Zosomoto Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2009
I love this guy :)
the-gil-monster Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much, fellow Etsy Dark Sider! :)
Zosomoto Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2009
your welcome :)
Zebrati Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2009
Ah yes. Because the .50 cal was finally removed. Heh it did seem a little unfair didnt it.
the-gil-monster Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
Not so much unfair as inconsistent. It didn't seem right that his powerful handgun should have a range as limited as that of a thrown knife or cleaver. Once I gave him the zip gun however, it all came together. :)
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