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‘Call of Duty: Black Ops III’ Brings Us a Lego Purifier, Because Why Not?

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chris-littlechild - December 12, 2015

As we all know damn well, the Internet is the ultimate procrastination tool. I remember back in my college days, trying to research a paper and ending up surfing over to Fifteen Things You Never Knew About Camels' Scrotums or something. It's easily –and constantly and repeatedly—done.

So much uselessness to check out, so little time. That's the Internet. Use your online time wisely (with your good buddies at Egotastic!, for instance), or you never know where the hell you might end up. There's a guy down Youtube way whose account solely consists of microwaving new electronics, for the entertainment of his many viewers. For real. I just do not understand.

Hell, it's a niche. So is making replicas of video game weaponry out of lego bricks. This is ZaziNombies' game, and he does it damn well. He's already tackled the Laser Rifle from Fallout and the Force-a-Nature from Team Fortress 2 among others, but this is clearly the best yet: Call of Duty- Black Ops III's Purifier. Complete with actual goddamn flaming fire.

This three-foot flamethrower is used by the Firebreak class in the game, and is one deadly mother. 1200 lego bricks later, ZaziNombies had himself a real-life one. It's not quite as formidable-looking in this form, with its limp lil' flame, but a couple of bricks around the muzzle of the gun sure got lightly seared. Be afraid, be very afraid.

Take a look:

Via GameSpot

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