- May 28, 2008
Really, I think this speaks for itself, Gauss Flayer, anyone?
I used it on a mudcrab and it became a gigantic ogre. :/ I was like FUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-Vie said:The Wabbajack.
Because not only are its effects amusing, but its just as likely to turn around and bite you in the arse by making your enemy stronger.
Mhm, i'm going with this one. I swear, i've asked my boyfriend (who is a total squall fanboy) so many times how the hell the gunblade can be supposedly functional.. He comes out with something about a special move from FFIIIV or something....Jaranja said:
Most double barrel shotguns have two triggers, one behind the other and a little offset. each trigger controls each of the barrels.Mr.Wiggles said:However in COD6 It is somehow possibly to clear both barrels at once with one triggger.ThatSingularly Datarific said:No, it is a double-barrel sawn off shotgun. It was extremely popular, 150 years ago.Mr.Wiggles said:I would say any thing from worms or armed and dangerous.But then remembered the physical impossibility that is the "Ranger" in CoD6.
Sorry but it is effectively two single barrel shotguns taped together!?!?!
would be my call for its ridiculousness