Cesspool
Cesspool
Cesspool

Cesspool
Python Patrol Industrial Warfare Specialist
File Name: D'alleva, Vincent A.
Birthplace: Newton, Massachusetts

Formerly CEO of a Multinational Thrash-and-burn company, Cesspool was horribly scarred during an industrial accident while giving the EPA a tour of one of his Facilities. Placing the Blame on Environmentalists and the Government, he joined cobra with the Determination to make the world as ugly and nasty as he is. Initially he was given command over modified Toxo-Vipers to engage in Chemical warfare attacks, But now, placed in a command position within the Python Patrol, he takes his first hand knowledge of High Level dirty dealing and corporate subterfuge to the Battlefield, coordinating strikes against specified industrial targets to weaken key corporate and political targets to ensure Cobra a quick, and cheap, 'buyout'.

"Cesspool puts the 'hostile' back in Hostile Takeover. Back during his stint commanding the leaky suits you could tell which way they where coming from by the rotten egg smell in the air, but now, after applying for and passing the Crimson Guard entrance exam, as well as working a brief 'consulting' job at extensive enterprises, and clad in a new python-cammo uniform, you won't know he's evolved unless you hear from HQ that your Credit rating went down the toilet."


For the Longest time I had Cesspool laying in pieces with the intent of making him in Business threads...but when the opportunity to give the Python Patrol a new Individual arose I jumped at the opportunity. After a long debate I settled on a Python Copperhead color scheme, but finding the right shade of paint was a pain. Thankfully Carnage 717 clued me in to his formula for Python Green. The Bio is a bit of a mix of his file card and his trading Card. Originally I had intended for him to have his own ride, a Python Stinger, but sadly I wasn't able to finish it in time.

These pictures where taken on the back of my mothers semi-style truck they use to haul their horse trailer. Thought it would give it an industrial look to it.