sorry bout this...
I couldn't think of a good place to post this; it's not really something I wanna post on my personal blog. I've built up a pretty good personality so far, and scaring people is not usually part of it... this kinda thing's what I do when I'm up way past my bedtime and I let my brain wander. It comes up with randomness.
Anyway, I'm sure all of us has done something like this at least once. I've created a pretty viable videogame one night, and actually missed quite a lot of sleep on designing a world. Comparatively, this took about a half hour in total.
Grenadier Gatling - Instead of exploding on impact, the incendiary shells launched from this gun are strictly timed explosions. This allows a trained user to ‘trick’ his shots around otherwise inaccessible corners or arched surfaces. The gun is somewhat semiautomatic, in that it can self-load up to seven shells in one round. However, the gun won’t win any speed contests; the shells are timed to explode in from one to five seconds, any sooner and the chance of injury to self increases exponentially. The shells themselves vary in power and speed.
Device - small chest-mounted artillery gun; reversible handle; six-shell cartridge; weight 19 lbs
Shell - spherical, 1.8 inch diameter, with 1 inch firing cartridge; impact 0.5 - 7 ft diameter; velocity 35 - 90 mph; timed; weight 2/3 lb.
Tailed spear - This weapon appears to be a normal spear with a cross-sectioned tip; however, with a twist of the handle, the top mechanism becomes unlocked. This allows the cross-section to whip in a tail-like manner, both up/down and left/right, giving greater weapon maneuverability. The spear can also be used in lock mode for thrusting. Also comes with a snap-on cover for safety purposes. Although the added momentum of a free tail may take some getting used to, it will not compromise speed in any discernable way.
Device - six-foot-long, 1.5 inch diameter spear; cross tip; lockable tail; weight 6 lbs
CD mine - A very simple device. A compact disk is hollowed out, and a series of waxed -shut capillaries are inserted between the inner chamber (containing a strong acid) and the outer layer (containing a strong alkaline). When spun or thrown, the capillaries become unstopped, and the device explodes. Another option is for the inside of the CD to contain a gas which, when inhaled, makes the victim unconscious, with a very low mortality rate. Weight 1 oz. Note: This weapon is made completely out of non-identifiable material.
ScareTactic - A double-ended farmer’s scythe, with a slightly S-curved handle. Quite vicious looking, but ultimately useless in modern battle. The weapon is designed mostly to be used to frighten enemies away from a fight. Also, when used by a trained combatant, the Tactic is quite a stylistic weapon. Weight 10 lbs.
Right. If anyone can come up with a reason why I posted that, I'd like to hear it... heh. right.
Anyhow, sleep now, I suppose... Current Mood: general confusion abound!