History Main / TalkingWeapon

25th Jul '16 8:16:12 PM PaulA
Is there an issue? Send a Message


%%% * The talking sword in ''The Prophecy'' by HilariBell.

to:

%%% * The talking sword in ''The Prophecy'' by HilariBell.Creator/HilariBell.
19th Jul '16 3:47:17 AM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Blackshard, the talking -- and shapeshifting! -- sword in ''{{Darken}}''.

to:

* Blackshard, the talking -- and shapeshifting! -- sword in ''{{Darken}}''.''Webcomic/{{Darken}}''.



* There's a stuck-up teenage emo sword in ''DumnestorsHeroes''.
* Oruuka from ''FiyoraNya'', due to pretty much being a SoulJar.

to:

* There's a stuck-up teenage emo sword in ''DumnestorsHeroes''.
''Webcomic/DumnestorsHeroes''.
* Oruuka from ''FiyoraNya'', ''Webcomic/FiyoraNya'', due to pretty much being a SoulJar.
17th Jul '16 8:23:28 PM Boisegang
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In Machinima/RedVsBlue, [[spoiler:Freckles becomes this after being destroyed in the Season 11 Finale in Season 13 when [[MadDoctor Dr. Grey]] its AI chip integrated with [[Cloudcoockoolander Caboose]]'s Assault Rifle]]. Because of Caboose's history with teamkilling, when Caboose tries to fire the weapon, it "shoots confetti and makes party noises".

to:

* In Machinima/RedVsBlue, [[spoiler:Freckles becomes this after being destroyed in the Season 11 Finale in Season 13 when [[MadDoctor Dr. Grey]] its AI chip integrated with [[Cloudcoockoolander Caboose]]'s Caboose's Assault Rifle]]. Rifle.]] Because of Caboose's history with teamkilling, when Caboose tries to fire the weapon, it "shoots confetti and makes party noises".
17th Jul '16 8:22:49 PM Boisegang
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In Machinima/RedVsBlue, [[spoiler:Freckles becomes this after being destroyed in the Season 11 Finale in Season 13 when [[MadDoctor Dr. Grey]] its AI chip integrated with [[Cloudcoockoolander Caboose]]'s Assault Rifle.]] [[Funny/RedVsBlue Because of Caboose's history with teamkilling, when Caboose tries to fire the weapon, it "shoots confetti and makes party noises"]].

to:

* In Machinima/RedVsBlue, [[spoiler:Freckles becomes this after being destroyed in the Season 11 Finale in Season 13 when [[MadDoctor Dr. Grey]] its AI chip integrated with [[Cloudcoockoolander Caboose]]'s Assault Rifle.]] [[Funny/RedVsBlue Rifle]]. Because of Caboose's history with teamkilling, when Caboose tries to fire the weapon, it "shoots confetti and makes party noises"]].noises".
17th Jul '16 8:21:14 PM Boisegang
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In Machinima/RedVsBlue, [[spoiler:Freckles becomes this after being destroyed in the Season 11 Finale in Season 13 when [[MadDoctor Dr. Grey]] its AI chip integrated with [[Cloudcoockoolander Caboose's]] Assault Rifle. [[Funny/RedVsBlue Because of Caboose's history with teamkilling, when Caboose tries to fire the weapon, it "shoots confetti and makes party noises"]].

to:

* In Machinima/RedVsBlue, [[spoiler:Freckles becomes this after being destroyed in the Season 11 Finale in Season 13 when [[MadDoctor Dr. Grey]] its AI chip integrated with [[Cloudcoockoolander Caboose's]] Caboose]]'s Assault Rifle. Rifle.]] [[Funny/RedVsBlue Because of Caboose's history with teamkilling, when Caboose tries to fire the weapon, it "shoots confetti and makes party noises"]].
17th Jul '16 8:20:15 PM Boisegang
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* In Machinima/RedVsBlue, [[spoiler:Freckles becomes this after being destroyed in the Season 11 Finale in Season 13 when [[MadDoctor Dr. Grey]] its AI chip integrated with [[Cloudcoockoolander Caboose's]] Assault Rifle. [[Funny/RedVsBlue Because of Caboose's history with teamkilling, when Caboose tries to fire the weapon, it "shoots confetti and makes party noises"]].
10th Jul '16 8:00:17 PM LordInsane
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** The rules in 3rd Edition noted that it wasn't alignment ''per se'' that trigger conflicts of will between the weapon and the wielder, but rather the purpose of the weapon and the intentions of the wielder coming into conflict. Alignment just tended to be a fair guide to just how much risk there was for those two to diverge.

to:

** The rules in 3rd Edition noted that it wasn't alignment ''per se'' that trigger conflicts of will between the weapon and the wielder, but rather the purpose of the weapon and the intentions of the wielder coming into conflict. Alignment just tended to be a fair guide to just how much risk there was for those two to diverge.diverge (and then they go on to contradict it by having an automatic negative level rule for wrong alignments...).
** One book features an intelligent weapon with an unusual twist -- it has two personalities, each with one head of the double axe and with different alignments (one Lawful Evil, the other Chaotic Evil). This meant that it was easier to get into an ego conflict with the axe (since the personalities, while sharing basic purpose, had different priorities and perspectives) but also that unless you managed to tick off both personalities the full ego power of the weapon couldn't be brought against you.
26th Jun '16 10:41:19 AM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


-->-- '''[[FlavorText In-game]] description of Lilarcor''', ''VideoGame/BaldursGate 2''

to:

-->-- '''[[FlavorText In-game]] description of Lilarcor''', ''VideoGame/BaldursGate 2''
''VideoGame/BaldursGateII''



* As the above quote illustrates, Lilarcor from ''BaldursGate 2''. Lilarcor has an AxCrazy personality. Many players find it to be a most suiting weapon for the mentally less-than-stable Ranger Minsc. So much in fact that a fan-made GameMod adds extra banter if Minsc is wielding the sword.

to:

* As the above quote illustrates, Lilarcor from ''BaldursGate 2''.''VideoGame/BaldursGateII''. Lilarcor has an AxCrazy personality. Many players find it to be a most suiting weapon for the mentally less-than-stable Ranger Minsc. So much in fact that a fan-made GameMod adds extra banter if Minsc is wielding the sword.
20th Jun '16 12:37:10 PM TonyG
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: In "Knighty Knight Bugs", Bugs is tasked to retrieve a singing sword.

to:

* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes: In "Knighty Knight Bugs", "WesternAnimation/KnightyKnightBugs", Bugs is tasked to retrieve a singing sword.
2nd Jun '16 1:06:01 AM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In one episode of ''MadJackThePirate'' Mad Jack and his crew, which consists entirely of an anthropomorphic rat that is several times more competent than his captain, are tasked with retrieving the Singeing sword in order to slay a monster so they can get something epically ridiculous, only after they retrieve it do they discover it is not a blazing sword, as was advertised on the wall of the temple from which they got the quest, but a singing sword, that is prone to talking as a DeadpanSnarker, but mostly singing. This results in hilarity for the viewers and annoyance for the characters.

to:

* In one episode of ''MadJackThePirate'' ''WesternAnimation/MadJackThePirate'' Mad Jack and his crew, which consists entirely of an anthropomorphic rat that is several times more competent than his captain, are tasked with retrieving the Singeing sword in order to slay a monster so they can get something epically ridiculous, only after they retrieve it do they discover it is not a blazing sword, as was advertised on the wall of the temple from which they got the quest, but a singing sword, that is prone to talking as a DeadpanSnarker, but mostly singing. This results in hilarity for the viewers and annoyance for the characters.
This list shows the last 10 events of 172. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.TalkingWeapon