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Barbed Barbed Axe! ^_^ - Savio 3 mini.gif Savio 03:28, 31 October 2006 (CST)

Beats my Cruel Wicked Blade :D — Skuld 04:20, 31 October 2006 (CST)

The funniest thing[edit source]

Was when I got a Barbed Barbed Axe of Axe Mastery.

i lol'd
Haha >.> 23:57, 5 July 2009 (UTC)

Actually[edit source]

This type of axe really exists, they were based on an african axe that is mainly used for throwing. When thrown, the multitude of sharps ends will allown for the axe to allways hit with one of it's sharp edges, instead of a possibility of edge or shaft hit, the actual design is a bit diferrent but this one is cleary based on it. The preceding unsigned comment was added by Username (contribs) Date.

If you could find the wikipedia page for it, we could add it to the trivia--Marcopolo47 signature new.jpg (Talk) (Contr.) 22:27, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
Zomg, Marco? Proposing trivia? What has this wiki come to!?! /slitwrist =P --Shadowcrest 22:29, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
Lol, it sounds reasonable--Marcopolo47 signature new.jpg (Talk) (Contr.) 22:30, 6 December 2007 (UTC)

Okay, the thing is, the last time I saw this was on a historical exotic weapons books, lucky quick research allow me to name it, it's called a hakarr but also be Hunga Munga ( use this for wikipedia search) also I quote - "also called "danisco" by the Marghi, "goleyo" by the Musgu, and "njiga" by the Bagirmi." - end quote, this I didn't know the site is here for quick look

Although the book I read was more complete their trivia is a tad "ridiculous" in my opinion you read it and see for yourself. The only other thing I can give you is look in google image for hunga-munga and hakarr there will be images that will help see the similarities, you also might find rpg stuff and inveted old weapons.

( a little note here it appear that "hakarr" is also a term for hacking in some arabian languages, one of the sites that showed up on first page on google was a site to instruct hacking in an Arabic dialect... so wacth out I just because peeked because I thought it would talk about the hakarr because some of arabian warriors shared african design weapons in the old days) This time I will sign but I don't have an account here The preceding unsigned comment was added by Cake and Waffles (contribs) Date.