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Posted 08 November 2012 - 04:55 AM
They are already THE trope of the last 5 years.
they are becoming a trope of video games.
For a simulation you should take common items as weapon. Starting with a wooden table leg, some metal bars, a heavy pan, going over to tools like a fireaxe, sledge hammer etc. Make a walk through your local building center and take notes of what could be useful as weapon.
We are focusing more on "simulation"
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