Rafm Miniatures RAF02804 "Briggs" 32mm scale pewter gaming miniature, painted up as "Ahnold Schwarzenuka," a possible option for the "Mystery Special Guest Star" pre-gen character slot for my "Rooby-Doo" Savage Worlds RPG adventure scenario for Necronomicon 2018.
The basic idea is that I've got a quasi-generic character sheet, I ask the player to name some rock star, actor, fictitious character, etc., who could be the "special guest star" in this game -- think of the "special guest star" in an episode of the old Scooby-Doo -- and then I fill in a few Edges/abilities and perks to "flesh out" the character a little. Ideally, it should be a character the player can do an "impression" of -- not necessarily a GOOD impression, as that's asking too much, but an amusing one would be fine.
Toward that end, I'm bringing a few "generic" male and female character minis along, so I can put something on the table as a proxy. If the player is unable to think of something, then I have a few "celebrity" minis on hand to put out there as thought-starters, with some example perks already figured out.
Ahnold Schwarzenuka talks in a distinctive accent, is big and brawny, and carries a minigun that can turn things into a fine red mist. Nuka-Girl has a space-suit and zappy guns, and speaks in an overly chipper voice. The Silver Shroud is a "Phantom" wannabe who talks in an overwrought "old-timey radio hero" voice, has a silver tommy-gun, and impressive stealth. Cappy is an anthropomorphic bottle cap who talks in a Mickey Mouse voice, has absolutely no combat capabilities, but is just incredibly, stupidly lucky, and has Bottle as a sidekick to take all the damage in his stead. Grognak the Barbarian also strangely talks in a vaguely Austrian accent, is incredibly brawny, but instead of firing a minigun, he swings a mighty battleaxe. Etc.
Okay, of those examples "Ahnold Schwarzenuka" doesn't really fit into the Fallout universe, per se, but I happened to have the mini, so I painted it.