Terminator t800 endoskeleton papercraft

In comparison to most other Terminators, who could exhibit emotional attachment, frustration, shock, fear and a sense of humour, the first T-800 was extremely emotionless, cold, violent and ruthless. It almost never showed any facial expression beyond a cold and flat face, and it usually only spoke when it meant to engage others for information or when it intended to throw unwanted attention off of itself. The T-800 was noted to have an "attitude problem," tending to physically throw others out of its way to get past them or to use a phone booth. The T-800 was also very brutal and completely merciless, and was quick to killing when others in any way didn't cooperate with its plans and demands. Like most Terminators, the first T-800 was single-mindedly and inhumanly relentless in completing its mission at all costs, to the point that it continued its pursuit of Sarah Connor without giving up, even when it lost its skin sheath and its legs in the process.

This past Tuesday night, the creator of the Terminator franchise James Cameron and “Deadpool” director Tim Miller revealed to the world their exciting plans for Terminator 6. We reported all about it  HERE , as well as the stunning news regarding actor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s role detailed  HERE , all discussed at the Paramount Theatre in Los Angeles, California.  However, little did we know that not just one, but two members of Skynet’s Army were in attendance that night, and one member named Allen flew half away across the world just to be there!

Terminator t800 endoskeleton papercraft

terminator t800 endoskeleton papercraft

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