Facebook Users Can Now Chat With Megadeth Mascot Vic Rattlehead

Facebook Users Can Now Chat With Megadeth Mascot Vic Rattlehead

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Facebook Users Can Now Chat With Megadeth Mascot Vic Rattlehead

If you're like me, you've probably wondered what it would be like to have a one on one live chat session with Megadeth mascot Vic Rattlehead. Dave and the boys have your back as they have released a chatbot programmed with Vic's personality to Facebook Messenger. You can chat with Vic right here. Users who are without fear and engage the bot will be entered to win a "Peace Sells" guitar signed by Dave Mustaine.

"Connect with Vic Rattlehead at Facebook Messenger, where you can enter to win a 'Peace Sells' VMNT guitar, also take quizzes, get merch codes or just pop by and say hello," Mustaine says in a brief video clip which can be viewed below. "But remember - Vic doesn't have any manners."

Vic Rattlehead is the illustrated mascot of thrash band Megadeth. Vic is a skeletal figure who embodies the phrase "See No Evil, Speak No Evil" as well as a symbol of censorship. His eyes are covered by a riveted-on visor, his mouth is clamped shut, and his ears are closed with metal caps.

If you're like me, you've probably wondered what it would be like to have a one on one live chat session with Megadeth mascot Vic Rattlehead. Dave and the boys have your back as they have released a chatbot programmed with Vic's personality to Facebook Messenger. You can chat with Vic right here. Users who are without fear and engage the bot will be entered to win a "Peace Sells" guitar signed by Dave Mustaine.

"Connect with Vic Rattlehead at Facebook Messenger, where you can enter to win a 'Peace Sells' VMNT guitar, also take quizzes, get merch codes or just pop by and say hello," Mustaine says in a brief video clip which can be viewed below. "But remember - Vic doesn't have any manners."

Vic Rattlehead is the illustrated mascot of thrash band Megadeth. Vic is a skeletal figure who embodies the phrase "See No Evil, Speak No Evil" as well as a symbol of censorship. His eyes are covered by a riveted-on visor, his mouth is clamped shut, and his ears are closed with metal caps.

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