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Author Topic: Overwatch's Steamy Skins  (Read 533 times)
chicar
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« on: June 11, 2016, 02:45:52 am »

I discovered they were quite a lot of steamy skins in Overwatch. What shouldn’t come as a surprise since some character such as McCree, Junkrat, Roadhog and Reinhard was borderline already. There they are:

Bastion:
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/15-bastion/66-antique
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/15-bastion/69-gearbot
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/15-bastion/72-overgrown
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/15-bastion/75-steambot
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/15-bastion/76-woodbot

D.Va
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/22-dva/132-junker

Genji
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/21-genji/5-nomad

Lucio
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/3-lucio/179-hippityhop

McCree
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/6-mccree/15-riverboat

Pharah
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/11-pharah/23-copper

Reaper
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/8-reaper/40-plague-doctor
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/8-reaper/39-nevermore

Reinhardt
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/12-reinhardt/140-brass
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/12-reinhardt/143-copper
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/12-reinhardt/145-lionhardt

Torbjorn
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/14-torbjorn/107-barbarossa
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/14-torbjorn/109-blackbeard

Widowmaker
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/9-widowmaker/118-comtesse
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/9-widowmaker/120-huntress

Winston
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/10-winston/164-safari

Zarya
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/5-zarya/173-siberian-front



Bonus: Some skins who would not be  out of place in my own ‘’techno-shamanic steampunk’’ universe
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/16-hanzo/81-lone-wolf
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/16-hanzo/83-okami
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/20-mei/97-abominable
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/20-mei/106-yeti-hunter
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/17-mercy/193-sigrun
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/17-mercy/194-valkyrie
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/11-pharah/27-raindancer
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/11-pharah/30-thunderbird
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/12-reinhardt/147-stonehardt
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/1-roadhog/155-toa
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/9-widowmaker/123-odette
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/9-widowmaker/124-odile
http://masteroverwatch.com/skins/18-zenyatta/211-sunyatta
« Last Edit: June 11, 2016, 02:48:24 am by chicar » Logged

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