The Weapons of our Worlds:
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- To start, there is the Scoppio Dagger, used by Katherine Daille to give her a leg up in close quarters combat. It looks like a slightly longer push dagger, but when it hits an enemy, it directs an explosion on to them, meaning if she stabs you with it, that the resulting explosion will shear off your skin and muscle and most likely remove your limb. Each slashing attack results in a sweeping high force explosion that does almost as gruesome things as being stabbed by the dagger.
- Matthew's Kladenets sword. The hilt is long and black, ending in a thorn at the end and the pommel has a reptilian eye at the center of a sphere with an indentation where the sword is supposed to exit. The actual blade is made of black colored superheated plasma regulated by Mana. This weapon is called The Forbidden Sword for a reason, in that if it hits you even once, it starts eating your life force away to make more plasma and elongate the blade, simultaneously becoming more powerful. Good thing Matthew is such a nice guy, eh? This would be a terrifying weapon for a villain to use.
- Would you believe a Spell Core called Hot Hot Heat would be one of the most dangerous Spell Cores out there? Here is what it does: Fittingly, one of the most common uses of this Spell Core is to expedite / regress the biological / chemical clocks of certain molecules and compounds to produce a biological explosive inside of someone, if the user touches them. This is not the worst it can do. Robin Garrett used it thus to age half of a businessman's head off, made the arm of said businessman's bodyguard into zygotic tissue, and then made all of the body of the businessman's one year old kid's body 30 years old except its head. Its a small relief he needs to touch you to do all this, right? Its not like he learned how to combine abilities with a Spell Core that merged an ultra quick growing plant into him and let him control its roots and vines. Wait, that's what he did? And his first ability is transferred into said roots and vines? And those could be anywhere?
- The Bala'Ghav is another strange weapon out of my head. Picture a four bladed fork like blade connected to segmented rope which connects to a gauntlet that covers an arm, mostly used for defense. The Bala'Ghav has a very sharp series of blades, but this is not a weapon for hitting someone's body. Instead, it transmits a psychic manifestation of the wound on to someone by striking their shadow. If it impales a shadow in the heart area, you die very painfully without a wound on your body. It can also go through the shadows of buildings and such to attack from a further distance.
- Hector Gibbs, Big Bad of a certain number of the books, has a lot of weapons, including guns with bottomless magazines mainly because his guns are part delusion, and fire whatever Hector expects them to fire. He also has a Rectangular weapon with an elongating chain attached to a long sickle like weapon with a monomolecular blade. This weapon has a habit of automatically seeking out anything with blood on it. Hector's boots have blades attached, mainly to make his kicks more deadly.
edited 7th Apr '12 3:12:26 PM by NickTheSwing