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HALO 3 Series 3 Flood Combat Human Action Figure

McFarlane Toys HALO 3 Series 3 Flood Combat Human Action Figure




 
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Product Code: MF18266

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McFarlane Toys MF18266 HALO 3 Series 3 Flood Combat Human Action Figure (1:12 Scale) "Even if it takes my death, you shall not defeat the Covenant."
- Rtas 'Vadum

The Flood are fictional parasitic alien life forms in Bungie's Halo video game series. They are introduced in Halo: Combat Evolved as a second enemy faction alongside the Covenant, and return in Halo 2 and Halo 3 to fill the same role. The Flood are driven by a desire to infect any sentient life they encounter, and are depicted as such a threat that the ancient Forerunners are forced to kill themselves and all other sentient life nearly 100,000 years before the beginning of Halo in an effort to starve the Flood to death.

The Flood's design and fiction was spearheaded by Bungie artist Robert McLees, who utilized unused concepts from the earlier Bungie game Marathon 2. The ringworld Halo was stripped of many of its large creatures to make the Flood's appearance more startling. Bungie environment artist Vic DeLeon spent six months of pre-production time refining the Flood's fleshy aesthetic and designing the organic interiors of Flood-based space ships for Halo 3.

Pictured here is a Flood Combat Human action figure from the hit game series, as well as accessories. Sold Out!

Dimensions:
Height: 6 inches

Features
  • Plastic construction
  • 18 points of articulation
  • Comes with additional accessories

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