Man At Arms forges Roadhog's hook


'Roadhog rides again'

Man At Arms: Reforged, the YouTube series that creates real-life versions of iconic weapons from games, movies, and comics, has made everything from Cloud's Buster Sword to Wolverine's claws.

The group's latest video showcases an incredible-looking forge of Roadhog's chain hook from Blizzard's massively popular shooter Overwatch.

As someone with zero know-how in a process as complicated as actually making a weapon, I'm always fascinated to see how these projects turn out. 

For anyone unfamiliar with Man At Arms, they cover every step of the forging process so you can see just how much work goes into something like this. Then they'll proceed to smash watermelons and soda bottles with a dangerous weapon, which is pretty fucking cool.

You can check out more video from Man At Arms: Reforged over on their parent YouTube channel AWE me.

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