What would video games be without awesome, cool, and powerful weapons? Not much if you ask me, and it’s hard to find cooler weapons than these 25 most powerful weapons in video game history.
20. Scorpion’s Spear Rope (Mortal Kombat)
en.wikipedia.org A kunai attached to a sturdy rope, the scorpion’s spear rope is a fictional weapon that was popularized by the popular video game Mortal Kombat. More commonly known as the kunai, this weapon resembles a harpoon and is classified into Big Kunai and Short Kunai. It is attached to a rope but its modern version is attached to a metal chain.
15. Crowbar (Half-Life Series)
hellabeast.com This weapon from the Half-Life series is one of the most underrated weapons in the world of video gaming. Designed by Dr. Freeman, the crowbar is a formidable weapon that serves pretty much like a gun. It is a tool that can be used to open crates and solve puzzles.
10. Hammer of Dawn (Gears of War Saga)
oliverbrig.deviantart.com Hammer of Dawn is an emulsion-energized weapon that was first introduced in the Gears of War Saga. It was first used as a means to force politicians to rethink their decisions as well as to facilitate the operations during the Locust War. This weapon was responsible for burning down 90% of Sera and killing thousands of humans.
5. Master Sword (Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
newgamernation.com Introduced in the video game Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the master sword is used to wield the infamous Triforce. It is also called the Blade of Evil’s Bane. This weapon was crafted by Hvlia as the Goddess of Sword but it was eventually forged into its present name.
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1. Katy Perry is performing at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show, in case you aren’t a “sports person” and “don’t care about halftime shows.”
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2. And she’s pretty excited about it! She even Instagrammed the fact that her TOES are ready for this.
4. Her caption reads: “Today is for this girl. She had the dream, always believed in herself & her worth. Today she is the one smiling.”
6. Now let’s all give thanks to the Football gods that we have this concert to look forward to tonight.
::: slow clap into infinity :::
Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/erinlarosa/katy-perry-tweets-adorable-photo-before-her-super-bowl-halft
Sen. Lindsey Graham isn’t mincing words today, following President Obama’s interview by Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly on Sunday. O’Reilly pressed the president on Benghazi, but Graham says the American public is still being misled on what happened that night — enough to win Obama another “Lie of the Year” award.
Aren’t people curious about the president’s whereabouts that night? Or are they asking what difference, at this point, does it make?
Not everyone is ready to move on and leave Benghazi behind.
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/02/03/lindsey-graham-president-obama-has-misled-the-country-on-benghazi/
1. Prop up some old tires.
2. Fill an inflatable pool with pillows.
3. Create a two-tier book loft with bookshelves.
4. Build an igloo out of milk jugs.
5. Make this easy teepee fort for like, no money.
6. Build an outdoor reading nook with pallets.
7. Place a round canopy over a beanbag.
9. Prop up a huge body pillow in the corner of the room.
You can get a similar pillow here for $55.
10. Use a deep big shelf that’s big enough to climb into.
11. Section an area off with a bookshelf or dresser.
Make sure there’s lots of natural light. Add a giant cushion and VOILA. Instant plot of reading land.
12. Toss down some floor cushions.
13. Place pillows on a coffee table.
14. Utilize the dead space in a stair landing.
15. Throw some old sofa cushions on the floor.
16. Give the nook a theme, like “camping.”
17. This one is “beneath the apple tree.”
18. Turn a fireplace into a nook with string lights and pillows.
19. Delineate your area with rugs.
20. Make a hanging swing chair.
21. Reuse an old crib mattress.
Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/peggy/cozy-makeshift-reading-nooks