I always wondered about that.
So did I. “Hey look I have a sword, oh but I won’t use it, I’ll kick in the face instead, but you’ll never get up again.
This happened all the time in 80s franchises. He-Man’s whole shtick was based around a sword. So was Lion-O’s.
Mostly they used them to cut through ropes. Robots were also acceptable.
You can’t forget that you can’t bust through stained glass windows, prompting Bob the Guardian program to command his Keytool, Glitch, with the words “BS&P” in order to go through the window without breaking it.
Also, “Because we’re living with BS&P” to the tune of YMCA.
It’s called the, “Inverse law of Utility and Lethality” the more lethal a weapon becomes in media aimed at kids the less likely it’ll ever be used on anything living.
It explains a lot about Mikey.
eh, didn’t hurt any thing he used
I bet Leo was glad that Splinter didn’t see that he sliced Shredder’s head off or that he stabbed Splinter in self-defence in a dream. It’s hard to believe this aired on 4-kids.
NOOO NOT MICHELANGELO
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