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This curtain has a knife attached by to it. It is placed in front of
open window on a windy day. The figure of a trespasser waves at
your opened window as you practice.
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||[+]. It's always good to practice.
||I worry the knife would weigh down the curtain. The flaccidly sagging knife would not present much threat or challenge, though might be good for mumblety peg. No, for this one needs a neutrally buoyant knife equivalent. The tip could be painted with strawberry syrup. This would produce a fine closing scene as the fast-paced curtainfront tai chi ended and the protagonist, at one point too slow (so to speak), felt her neck then placed finger in mouth to lick off the strawberry syrup.
||I've seen some pretty heavily flapping curtains, and I
think you have as well. This is intended for the
cavernous halls of a mansion, or atleast the
volumousness of an apartment building. When the
pressures of the two great residences are much
differentiated from the high pressure outdoors, great
gusts of wind flap and billow and thrust the curtain knife
wildy at the opponent.
||But this is really an idea for a real-life murder mystery
play at home game. The murder mystery game only
occurs in one out of every thousand boxes sold or so,
but that's why its sold in an unmarked box. The
detectives enter the room to find a bloodied body,
slashed neck wrapped in the curtain fabric, the curtain
fabric stabbed and slashed, and two knives, one
across the room covered in the deceased's blood.