As steampunk Nerf guns go, the Goliathon is, well, awesome
“What happens when you weaponize all the horsepower of a full-size steam locomotive?” asks Professor T. Lemetry. “You get the Goliathon. One shot can level a building, down an airship, or turn a man inside out.”
I bet it can take down Morlocks, too.
In any case, this is how the Nerf Vulcan should have been designed. Not out of cheap plastic, but awesome copper and brass.
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The Goliathon features copper piping, brass decorative elements, and four gauges. There’s also a metal valve wheel that gives it even more heft.
Sadly, it doesn’t fire lasers, musket balls, or even Nerf balls.
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