Alright, while working on my newest project I have come across a few glitches that I need worked out. As usual instead of cluttering p the forums I have decided to place all my questions here. The following takes place in a modern day kitchen. 1. If a character wields a typical dinner fork as a melee weapon is it viable that he could cause any damage (aside from the obvious eye stabbing or throat puncturing or hits to the 'vitals') 2. Would a metal cooking pot make a viable shield against a meat cleaver wielded by an average human male? 3. If a toaster is plugged in would it electrocute anyone hit with it hard enough to break the toaster? If so, would it electrocute the wielder? 4. If a heated frypan is used to batter an enemy would it inflict burns as well as blunt force trauma? 5. Would an average human be able to shove the handle of a spoon through his targets leg? The following takes place in an office building 6. If used as a melee weapon would a stapler deal any useful damage or just break in the users hands? 7. If a pot of coffee is used to hit an opponent will the coffee spatter and hit others? 9. Would a rotating office chair make a viable melee weapon? 10. Would a blast from a foam fire extinguisher blind an opponent after the foam has been removed? The following are medical questions, I have no combat experience of any kind so sorry if these are daft questions. 11. If stabbed in the thigh with a pen would the victim suffer a drastic loss of mobility? 12. If bleach is thrown onto a combatant would the ensuing burns be sufficient to diminish his fighting ability or would they merely annoy and distract? The bleach is aimed at his face but misses horribly, dousing his shoulders and neck mostly.