Having met ybiC
in person last friday, I question whether he would be able to even lift such a sword, much less defend
anything with it. :) Of course, with the sword technology we have these days we could probably get some titanium alloy that'd be a manageable weight that would still look adequately threatening.
While I like the idea of broadswords and boiling oil, can't we automate this somehow? Even in the big room
is a mere mortal), vroom
managed to automate fire
. Why can't we whip up some "Obfuscated Oil of Scalding Defense" or something?
And no, I don't own 27 pairs of sweatpants.
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