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reddit/imgur user tsabotsaboc posted a gallery of images of Destiny weapons he's either created or helped to create. They're glorious! The reddit thread is pretty interesting reading, in itself; there's even a YouTube channel containing things like this time-lapse video showing the making of his Thorn hand cannon and a video demonstrating the effects on his Destiny swords. Explore! And maybe get inspired! Thanks, CheapLEY.
Kidtsunami was first in our forum with the Game Informer article revealing that Year One Legendary weapons will not be able to ascend to Year Two standards. Start saying your goodbyes - but also start preparing for some "genuinely novel shooting experiences".
See - a LEGO pun! Bet nobody's done that before. Anyways, SigbiasSilva let us know about a pretty great fan creation that's been making the rounds: a LEGO Icebreaker. That fiery sniper rifle that keeps on giving!
Community member and treasured artist, TDSpiral, took a stab at imagining an Exotic handcannon called "The Serpent" created originally by a fan on Reddit. The results were awesome, and while I picked my favorite to highlight here, he's got a wallop of variations to gaze at.
Black Six let us know that Isaac Hannaford updated his blog with a couple of Destiny gun concept compilations, mostly silhouette work but interesting nonetheless!
Lost Viking Props (well-known for their Halo weaponry) has posted pics of a Destiny Auto-Rifle in progress - looks fantastic! (Thanks for the heads-up, Lorraine!)
DestinyNews did a nice job of collecting screenshots of all the weapons they came across in the Alpha - swing by to see the Weapons and Armor pages! I'm drooling to see how big these lists will become in the actual game... thanks, INSANEdrive.
Greenskull, from Ready Up Live, went back through all the Drawing Board entries and compiled a new video showing you each of the special weapons revealed thus far in that B.net series. A fine summary for those who need something quicker than reading!
Looks like Karin Olava has finished her Gjallarhorn... and it's astounding. Those details... you just have to admire the touches. Remember: just one week ago, those faces came out of the oven, in raw form - today, they are beautifully antiqued and looked carved from metal. Fantastic! Thanks to Spawn for pointing it out on our forum.
The line for the Destiny booth has a neat slideshow showing off an armful of the weapons you can see in the demo. DattoDoesDestiny put together a video that'll give you the rundown, so check it out! (Thanks, electricpirate.)