Personifying The Weapon
When weapons are described like one would describe a creature or person.
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(permanent link) added: 2013-03-25 21:00:58 sponsor: HiddenFacedMatt (last reply: 2013-04-28 08:21:43)

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I introduced the dame to a friend of mine who's very close to my heart. Just a little down and left, to be specific. My friend is an eloquent speaker. He made three profound arguments while I excused myself from the room. I always leave when the talk gets philosophical.

This is when a character refers to a weapon as though it were a sentient creature or a person, at least in a metaphorical sense.

Compare Meet My Good Friends Lefty And Righty. Not to be confused with I Call It Vera, which is more about attachment to one's weapon.

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