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The phrase 'crumpled heap' comes to mind.
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As anyone who regularly defends themselves with maces will
know, it can be a tiring business. MaxCo. has therefore
developed the spot-welding mace to try to alleviate the
The SWM consists of a battery compartment, a huge bank of
capacitors, a voltage step-up circuit and various
that we haven't got names for yet.
Simply slam the business end of the SWM against your
opponent's armour, and close your eyes to avoid being dazzled
by the flash. When you next open your eyes, your opponent
will be encumbered by a 5-foot mace spot-welded to their
The lightweight nature of the SWM means that several can be
carried at once, allowing you to convert your opponent into a
sort of ambulatory bush, unlikely to pose much of a threat to a
||If you had two Spot-Weld Maces with an electrical cable between the handles, you could hit someone in two places at once, and spot-weld all the intermediate joints in their amour solid.
||That is a very excellent idea, [mixt]. Would you like to join
MaxCo.'s Inadvisory Board?
||It is odd that if you spot weld a series of connected
parts you spot weld them all at once, yet if you
pull apart a series of connected parts you dont
separate them all at once.
||I think that's because the opposite of spot weld is not pull apart, but destroy with explosions.
||//The lightweight nature of the SWM// makes me wonder
whether its target will end up any more encumbered than the man
carrying a huge bank of capacitors, etc. How huge should we
picture this? Yuge? Bigly yuge?