Summary: The heroic Ma Teng has developed a counter to the Flying Guillotines attack, and when word reaches The Emperor, who is more bloodthirsty than ever, he creates a new deadlier version and ...
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Countries: Hong KongLanguages: Mandarin
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Palace Carnage (1978).
Introducing the brand new, completely redesigned by experts, Flying Guillotine 2. The fastidious Emperor today must have a complete absence of traitors if he is to be unembarrassed.
The all new and improved Flying Guillotine 2 is beautifully finished, triple silver-plated, and each guillotine is supplied with double-edged wafer blades, which are hardened, tempered, ground and sharpened by a secret and patented process, known only to the head llama, and never require honing or stropping.
It gently hugs the contours of the neck even when deflected by an unsightly iron spoked umbrella. It’s designed to deploy the new twin blades automatically, leaving traitors 100% more headless than before. The blades are f**king great.
No other beheading system can give you a better accidental death.
So simple to operate even a group of random women can learn to use it.
Makes an ideal holiday gift- one that will last a lifetime and give much pleasure to the recipient.