An AIDS gun. I got the idea when I found a dirty syringe in a ditch when I was a kid. I filled it with water and shot it into my friend's mouth when he was talking. I'm pretty sure I gave him AIDS. But you gotta yell "AIDS GUN!!" when you do it or they might not contract the virus.
A Mace. A F*cking, Huge, Monster Sized mace With Spikes, Lots of spikes.
yeah...i can see it now already.....
Yeah, there's just something about maces that make me like them as well. I'm not sure why, but I prefer flanged maces rather than spiked ones.
Something simple, like this:
One reason could be that flanges can penetrate armor much better than spikes can.
@akindoodle: Hahaha, yeah I was. But I wasn't referring to a prank gone wrong. He got hit by a truck while we were riding bikes one summer. He was never quite the same after that. I don't know if it was due to the head trauma or the rampant schizophrenia that ran on his mother's side of the family. But he became a very odd duck later in life.
depends, if I was in a medieval style world... axes,,.... lots and lots of axes and i would carve decoration into them.
a more modern world knockout gas...hidden in thrown weapons, gas guns, placeable remote activated gas mines even hidden in my gloves.
@warlock360: QUICK the object to your left is the signature weapon, what is it?
A winter herb garden? But... they're all benign. Not like they're hen's bane or monk's hood or poison baneberry; not for an indoor garden. Overdose of lemon balm, yeah, good luck with that.
I'm going to have to go with a ray gun as well.
Or maybe the detective special from Blade Runner:
Note the two triggers. They made the prop from a rifle that had a safety trigger and a firing trigger, but they never really explain it in the film. The explanation I prefer is that they combined the two guns the protagonist used in the book, a traditional detective special and a "laser tube" raygun like weapon. So it'd be a raygun/traditional firearm combination.