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    Registered User Slagar the Cruel's Avatar
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    Hmm... not much of a "Bookshelf" discussion, is it?

    In any case, I'd pick a bola. Just because.

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    What kind of reason is that? I think you need to put a little more thought into your decision, Slags.


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    Eh, I'm not very original. I'd have to go with my trusty Longsword. I have horrible depth perception, which rules out weapons like javalins and bow and arrows. A dagger is too close combat for using good speed tactics, and a staff just...doesn't suit me. So my trusty sword with the Jadite in the crosshilt is my true weapon!

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    I'd have to go with a bow and arrows. I don't know why but they just seem to be the mosy sly of weapons. Yah.....
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    I would choose a bow and arrows. I'd also
    like to have a stick like Russa Nodrey, just
    in case!
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    I don't know why but they just seem to be the mosy sly of weapons.
    Hey, you can just hide behind a tree, fix your target, shoot, and voila! You're enemy is dead, and you weren't even involved in hand-to-hand combat.
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    When it comes down to my weapon of choice I have a hard time because I think basically all weapons would be useful in different circumstances. But if it comes down to a close up battle I think my definate weapon would be a sword, and a couple daggers hidden away just in case. I would also most deffiniatly use a bow and arrow too.

    Course I do have a bow with a couple arrows and my sister's Samurai sword that I can practice on.

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    I would use Tammo's dirk, from "The Long Patrol" because it's small, quick, and get's the job done.
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    I guess it depends on the situation. I would probably use a saber for close combat because it's light and quick and a sling for long-range targets. (IRL I'm absolutely horrible at archery. )

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    A shotgun, double pistols, double submachine guns, a knife, a samurai sword, an axe-pike, a chainsaw, a--wait, this is old Redwall weapons.

    Alright, here's my new list:

    Longsword
    Axe-pike
    Battle-axe
    Scythe
    Longbow and arrows
    Spear


    I have this real bow with an 18 pound pull that I got for Christmas. I practiced by shooting arrows at a cardboard box. My mom made me put it away after I scratched one of the abbey walls. I'm still a pretty good shot though.



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    I have this real bow with an 18 pound pull that I got for Christmas. I practiced by shooting arrows at a cardboard box. My mom made me put it away after I scratched one of the abbey walls. I'm still a pretty good shot though.
    Kewl, it'd be pretty sweet to own a bow & arrow thingie.
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    I'd have to go with a sword. I mean, there are many ways you could use a sword. If you couldn't chop the enemy up with it, you could whack them on the head with it

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    Yes, swords are great. *draws sword* Wanna duel?
    <br>Stay fancy!<br>
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    I've always liked the squirrel characters, who are known to mostly use bows and arrows, and I've always enjoyed archery. I got a nice, shiny, new, 30 pound longbow for my birthday this year. A longbow is what I'd most likely use.
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    Hmmm.....I would have to prefer either bows and arrow or a cool mace.

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