Head - Lanard The Corps!
Arms - Duke v4
Torso - Low-Light
Waist, legs - Outback

Flashlight - Outback
Backpack - Cobra Trooper
Machine gun - unknown
Pistol - Beach Head v5


The Sea Devils are my first attempt at a full subteam for GI Joe. It came about when I did a new custom of the Devil's Due version of Shipwreck. I mixed a nice blue colour for his sweater and hat (a mix of basic blue and intermediate blue), but I made way too much of it. It's such a pleasant colour that I decided to build a whole team around it, and the natural theme (both based on the colour and that Shipwreck would be a member) was water. So I came up with the Sea Devils, a Joe team that specializes in amphibious, littoral and riverine operations. Unlike existing subteams, I wanted to do a significant proportion of new characters to go along with the existing Joes who fit in with the idea, and use a relatively consistent colour scheme involving the Shipwreck blue, intermediate blue, and light and medium gray.

Seaspray is an original character, I had always wanted to use this Corps head as some sort of commando character, and this was a good opporunity. His filecard information is below.

File Name: Trang, Stephen X.
Birthplace: San Diego, CA
Service Branch: Marines
Grade: E-5 (Sgt)
Primary MOS: Critical Skills Operator
Secondary MOS: Rifleman

Seaspray grew up on his father's fishing boat by day, and doing prep work for his mother's fish 'n chips stand by night. To this day he loves the feel of waves under his feet. In fact, he sometimes stumbles on land because it's just too stable. It's not just mal de débarquement either, Seaspray's legs simply work better when the surface underneath is shifting. He can double-time across a rope bridge without breaking stride once, but when he's walking down the sidewalk he'll find something to trip over.

"Seaspray is happy as a clam on the waves, but then when he gets to the beach and enters the firefight, he's like a bomb going off. It's like he figures the faster he gets the job done, the faster he can get back on the water."

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