Quotes / Drop the Hammer

Your STRIFE SPECIBUS has been ALLOCATED with the HAMMERKIND ABSTRATUS.

The HAMMER has been moved from your CAPTCHALOGUE DECK to your STRIFE DECK.

Look upon this hammer I hold before me, for it is far more than a weapon. It is a symbol of the Imperial justice that smites the diabolic enemies of the Imperium wherever they are found, just as I. Though it has banished even a mighty Greater Daemon to the hell from which it was spawned, it remains true and pure, just as I. Furthermore, it is a symbol of my order and my office, of the authority granted to me by the divine will of the Emperor. By that authority, I am commanding you and your entire regiment to obey me without question or hesitation. Advance, or it will not be daemonic blood that stains my hammer this day.
Inquisitor Lord Hephaestos Grudd, addressing Colonel Molian of the 223rd Gudrunrite Rifles, Warhammer 40,000

Ah'm about tah drop tha hammah-
-an' dispense some IN-DIS-CRIM-IN-ATE JUST-ICE!
[a capella rendition of Ride of the Valkyries]
— Terran Siege Tank, StarCraft

Natasha Irons: "What are we supposed to do now?"
John Henry Irons: "Grab your hammer."
52, Week 50, Day 7: World War III

"When everything looks like a nail, you really need to get yourself a hammer."
—Krol, goblin furnace-priest, Goblin Gaveleer, Magic: The Gathering

ON MAY 4
THROW DOWN
THE HAMMER

Captain America: Put that hammer down.
Iron Man: Uh, yeah, no, bad call! He loves his hamm-
Thor: (knocks Tony out of the way) YOU WANT ME TO PUT THE HAMMER DOWN?! [brings his hammer down on Cap, who blocks it with his shield]

Believe me, The Hammer's coming down!
The Hammer, Motörhead

Ah, how shall I do it? Oh, I know. I'll turn him into a flea, a harmless little flea, and then I'll put that flea in a box, and then I'll put that box inside of another box, and then I'll mail that box to myself, and when it arrives... [laughs] ...I'll SMASH IT WITH A HAMMAH! It's brilliant, brilliant, brilliant, I tell you! Genius, I say!

This is what Eisen and I are best at. You know that? Destroying and smashing. The Knight of the Iron Hammer, Vita, and the Steel Count, Graf Eisen. There's nothing in this world we can't destroy.

Hammer DOWN!
Reinhardt, Overwatch

That's when Berko opens his door and displays his ancestral Bear bulk in the street. His profile is regal, worthy of a coin or a carved mountainside. And he carries in his right hand the uncanniest hammer any Jew or gentile is ever likely to see. It's a replica of the one that Chief Katlian is reported to have swung during the Russian-Tlingit war of 1804, which the Russians lost. Berko fashioned it for the purpose of intimidating yids when he was thirteen and new to their labyrinth, and it has not failed its purpose yet, which is why Berko keeps it in the backseat of Landsman's car. The head is a thirty-five-pound block of meteorite iron that Hertz Shemets dug up at an old Russian site near Yakovy. The handle was carved with a Sears hunting knife from a forty-ounce baseball bat.

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