A French weapon
of war consisting
of two kegs filled with soldiers' blood. A sprinkler
attached to the top of the kegs spun and soaked the battlefield
instilling pants pissing fear in those who stood against it. First deployed in 1778, this device
was of little use against General Smallwood's Militia. However, the second Bludagon, although still destroyed, infected Smallwood's troops and killed them all. This was one of the two French Military victories against the United States.