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A hammer is a simple tool, used by most pre-industrial civilizations throughout the galaxy. It was used to drive solid objects into others or to forge metal into different shapes.

It was often a symbol of power on various worlds, such as Earth but the Ferengi viewed it as a sign of strong, sexual prowess. (TNG episode: "Birthright, Part I")

Commander Spock made an hypothetical point of one, using logic when he explained that he need not know whether or not gravity would cause it to drop when released. (TOS episode: "Court Martial")

USS Mjolnir was named for Mjolnir, the hammer of the Norse thunder-god Thor.

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DC Comics

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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Hammers are a kind of weapon. They are the primary weapon for Osamodas and Xelors (100% damage), and the secondary weapon for Iops and Enus (95% damage). Hammers also have an AoE, they damage the target tile, as well as the tiles left, right and behind it. While the damage of the hammer does not hurt the wielder, it will hurt another character on the same square, such as when being carried by a Pandawa.

Most hammers can be made by a Hammer smith. Hammers can be maged by Hammer smith magus'.

List of Hammers


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Name Lvl AP Hands Damage Effects Conditions

Aclou Mallet

15

5

1

  • None

Aj Taye Mace

43

4

1

Alanis Hammer

60

6

1

Axe Smith's Hammer

1

4

1

  • None

Axe Smithmagus's Hammer

1

6

1

  • None

Barabas

23

4

1

Birming Hammer

18

4

1

Blarney Hammer

120

5

2

Castr Hammer

120

5

2

Cerberus

16

4

1

Cogito Hammer

135

5

2

Coralator Mace

85

4

2

Crick Hammer

120

5

2

Dagger Smith's Hammer

1

4

1

  • None

Dagger Smithmagus Hammer

1

6

1

  • None

Dha's Mace

20

5

1

Dha's Small Mace

18

5

1

Dha's Solid Mace

22

5

1

Dha's Unbreakable Mace

24

5

1

Dreggon Hammer

123

5

1

Dunb Hammer

140

5

1

Falistos' Maul

79

7

2

Fantal Hammer

81

5

1

Fearsome Mace Tmosfer

43

4

1

Gobball Hammer

10

5

1

  • None

Gobkool Hammer

41

5

1

  • None

Great Aj Taye Mace

47

4

1

Great Coralator Mace

125

5

2

Great Ivory Hammer

18

4

1

Great Outar Hammer

44

5

1

Great R'Unique Hammer

27

4

1

Great Scraping Hammer

14

4

1

  • None

Great Twiggy Hammer

4

4

1

  • None

Ha Hammer

23

4

1

Hamm'Ornet

27

4

1

Hammer Ican

107

3

2

Hammer Ingthaiphoons

113

4

1

Hammer Leen

70

5

2

Hammer Maid

30

4

2

Hammer Rhor

40

4

2

Hammer Rigoround

50

5

2

Hammer Sheys

150

5

2

Hammer Smith's Hammer

1

4

1

  • None

Hammer Smithmagus Hammer

1

6

1

  • None

Hammer Udeet

60

5

2

Hammer o' In

129

4

1

Hammer of Dawn

26

4

1

Hammer of Wrongs

81

4

1

Handyman Hammer

1

6

1

  • None

Hurrian Hammer

1

4

1

  • None

Imposing Outar Hammer

48

5

1

Imposing R'Unique Hammer

30

4

1

Initiate's Hammer

1

4

1

  • +10 Initiative
  • None

Ivory Hammer

15

4

1

Kaiser

82

4

1

Kidommer

79

5

2

  • None

Knuckle Rapping Hammer

49

5

1

Large Pospodrol Hammer

65

6

1

Legendary Crackler Hammer

81

5

1

Long Mace Tmosfer

40

4

1

Mace Tmosfer

37

4

1

Metal Hammer

126

4

2

Ougaammer

180

4

1

Outar Hammer

40

5

1

Pinambour Hammer

50

4

1

  • None

Pog Hammer

82

5

2

Polpullet Hammer

57

5

1

Powerful Aj Taye Mace

51

4

1

Powerful Ivory Hammer

19

4

1

Powerful Pospodrol Hammer

70

6

1

Powerful Scraping Hammer

15

4

1

  • None

Powerful Twiggy Hammer

6

4

1

  • None

R'Unique Hammer

24

4

1

Ragnarok

66

4

1

Red Hammer

83

4

1

Refactor Hammer

55

4

1

  • None

Rehadaure Hammer

100

5

2

Sargasse

27

4

1

Scraping Hammer

13

4

1

  • None

Scratcher Smith Hammer

1

4

1

  • None
  • Specializationofession Level > Shovel Smith (Lvl. 49)

Shield Smith's Hammer

1

6

1

  • None

Shovel Smith's Hammer

1

4

1

  • None

Shovel Smithmagus Hammer

1

6

1

  • None

Small Aj Taye Mace

39

4

1

Small Ivory Hammer

13

4

1

Small Mace Tmosfer

34

4

1

Small Outar Hammer

36

5

1

Small Pospodrol Hammer

55

6

1

Small R'Unique Hammer

21

4

1

Small Scraping Hammer

13

4

1

  • None

Small Twiggy Hammer

1

4

1

Stephammer

178

5

2

Sword Forgemage's Hammer

1

6

1

  • None

Sword Smith's Hammer

1

4

1

  • None

Terps Hammer

90

4

1

The Bhharnsheee Hammer

35

5

1

The Cardboard Twot

46

4

1

The Chafer Hammer

21

4

1

The Metronome

54

6

1

Toh'Lo Hammer

35

4

1

Toll Hammer

124

5

2

Tortoi Hammer

55

4

2

  • None

Toy Hammer

107

4

1

Trikidiki Hammer

143

5

2

Twiggy Hammer

2

4

1

Zoth Girl Hammer

132

4

1

Name Lvl AP Hands Damage Effects Conditions
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EQ2

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Zone Zek, the Orcish Wastes (Shattered Lands)
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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

For the The Pitt character, see Hammer (character).
Hammer
uses: Rock-It Launcher ammo
weight: 2
value: 3
base id: 0005B637

The Hammer is an item in Fallout 3, useful only as Rock-It Launcher ammunition, which can usually be found near Workbenches. It cannot be used to repair anything or as a weapon.

Locations

  • Hammers are commonly found on workbenches or near toolboxes.
  • Hammers are usually seen next to, or near, a Wrench.
  • A slightly larger Giant Hammer can be found in the Temple of the Union near Caleb Smith's workplace, on top of a metal bench-object.
  • A slightly smaller Hammer can be found right next to the Giant Hammer, on the floor next to a bottle of Turpentine and a Toolbox. For size comparison, a regular Hammer can be found within Caleb Smith's room.
  • Both size variants of the Hammer can be taken freely, without being considered stolen.

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Hammers are a recurring type of weapon in the series. It is usually a strong close-range weapon, used by melee Jobs, usually the Viking or the Berserker.

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Appearances

Final Fantasy

The White Mage and the Warrior can equip hammers.

List of Hammers:

Final Fantasy III

The Viking is the only Job that may equip hammers, other than the Onion Knight.

List of Hammers:

  • Hammer
  • Dragon Hammer
  • Triton Hammer
  • Platinum Hammer
  • Blessed Hammer
  • Mighty Hammer

Final Fantasy IV

Cid's weapon of choice is the Hammer.

List of Hammers:

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

List of Hammers:

The Flare Sledgehammer is in the game, but cannot be accessed without a cheat code. It raises several stats such as Accuracy, Intelligence, and Magic Evasion.

Final Fantasy V

Berserkers are the only Job that can wield hammers, other than the Freelancer.

List of Hammers:

Final Fantasy IX

During the first part of the game, a hammer is briefly used by Cinna, aptly named Hammer, which he is very attached to. The hammer can later be received by the Stellazio Queen by collecting all 13 Stellazios. Cinna's Hammer is possibly the weakest weapon in the game, dealing the least amount of damage during the short time it is used. Ironically, it is later used in synthesis to created the strongest body armor in the game: the Tin Armor (or to split a completed Pumice back into two Pumice Pieces). However, there being only one, if left in the player's inventory, it triggers an extra scene in the game's ending.

Final Fantasy XI

Hammers are the most damaging type of Club weapon, but can only be wielded by White Mages.

Notable Hammers:

  • Deae Gratia
  • Mjollnir
  • Werebuster
  • Morgenstern
  • Ramuh's Mace
  • Zonure
  • Templar Mace
  • Yigit Bulawa
  • Purgatory Mace
  • Mighty Cudgel

Final Fantasy XII

Hammers can be equipped by any character as long as they have acquired the necessary license.

List of Hammers:

Final Fantasy Tactics

Hammers are called Flails in Final Fantasy Tactics and the War of the Lions remake, and can be equipped by Ninja and Squire Jobs.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

The Green Mage and the Viking Jobs use hammers.

List of Hammers:

  • Iron Hammer
  • War Hammer
  • Sledgehammer
  • Mjolnir

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

The ones from the Yuke tribe use hammers as their weapons.

List of Hammers:
  • Orc Hammer
  • Treasured Hammer
  • Wave Hammer
  • Marr Hammer
  • Rune Hammer
  • Mythril Hammer
  • Prism Hammer
  • Goblin Hammer
  • Father's Hammer
  • Sonic Hammer

  • Ultima Hammer
  • Mystic Hammer

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Lilties use mallets as their weapons.

List of Mallets:

  • Wooden Hammer
  • Oak Mallet
  • Toy Hammer
  • Iron Ladle
  • Steel Ladle
  • Lovely Spoon
  • Iron Mace
  • Chilled Ladle
  • Thunder Mace
  • Magical Hammer
  • Angel's Spoon
  • Silver Ladle
  • Mythril Ladle
  • Dark Spoon
  • Eden's Spoon
  • Hell's Spoon
  • Meteor Mace
  • Sun Mace
  • Jester's Spoon
  • Silver Mace
  • Yew Hammer
  • Golden Mace
  • Crystal Ladle
  • Rune Spoon
  • Longinus's Spoon
  • Surprise Hammer
  • Demon's Spoon
  • King's Spoon
  • Apocaladle
  • Ladle of Ladles

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Contents

General

A Warrior wielding a Mursaat Hammer

A Hammer is a two handed weapon. Most hammers cause blunt damage, but the Colossal Pick causes piercing damage.

Dictionary Definition: "A hand tool that has a handle with a perpendicularly attached head of metal or other heavy rigid material, and is used for striking or pounding." - [[1]]."

The Warrior's Hammer Mastery attribute improves damage dealt by the hammer and related skills, and is often a requirement for this weapon type.

Hammer Attacks can only be performed when equipped with a hammer. For a list of hammer attacks, see Hammer Mastery skills.

Damage Stats

Being two-handed weapons, hammers offer the highest damage range of all weapons available to Warriors, but at the cost of negating the benefit of a left hand item like a shield or focus item.

The maximum damage range for hammers is 19-35 and the minimum damage range is 3-5. Hammers with maximum damage have been observed with attribute requirements as low as 7, hammers with an attribute requirement of 0 have been observed with damage ranges as high as 11-15 (special 0-requisite hammers with a damage range of 15-15 can be obtained from Wintersday crafters or a quest in Guild Wars: Eye of the North).

The critical hit of a hammer with the max damage of 35 against a level 20, 60 AL target is 49.

Hammers are slower than other Warrior weapons, and swing once every 1.75 seconds vs 1.33 for Axes and Swords.

The speciality of Hammers compared to other melee weapons is that hammers can be used to knock down a foe. Scroll down for details.

Upgrades and Modifiers

A Hammer can be equipped with a magic Hammer Haft (name prefix) and/or Hammer Grip (name suffix) to add extra bonuses to the weapon.

Furthermore a hammer may come with a number of non-salvagable magic modifiers.

See "Weapon Upgrades" for details.

Knocking Down

The speciality of Hammers compared to other melee weapons is that hammers can be used to knock down a foe, which will interrupt the target's current action, whether it is an attack or casting a spell.

The following hammer attack skills cause knock-down:

When a foe has been knocked down, use Belly Smash to blind them, or Crushing Blow to deal additional damage and cause a deep wound. Pulverizing Smash is also a good choice if your target does not already have weakness condition.

Tip: Warriors can use a Stonefist Insignia to increase the knock-down time by 1 second, but cannot exceed 3 seconds total.

Hammer Types

Note: The visual appearance has no influence whatsoever on the weapon stats. A Foehammer with damage 19-35 is just as good as a Ball Hammer with damage 19-35. Which look you prefer is merely a matter of taste. However, the damage type will have influence on the damage dealt, depending on the foe's armor.

Please consult our visual gallery or see them listed by campaign below.

Core

Bonus Mission Pack

Prophecies

Factions

Nightfall

Eye of the North

See also


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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

Tommy Vercetti with a Hammer in front of Bunch of Tools

The Hammer is a melee weapon that has been featured only in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. The hammer has a short range but deals a good amount of damage, causing the person being attacked to collapse. The hammer can be purchased from any store that sells melee weapons for $20 and stolen from builders after they are killed.

Locations

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City


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Halo

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Gravity Hammer
Production information
Manufacturer

Jiralhanae

Model

Type-2 Energy Weapon/Hammer

Type

Melee Weapon

Technical specifications
Size

Hand held, Two-Handed

Damage Per Hit

Instant death to minimal. High area-of-effect damage

Maximum Ammunition

100 Battery Units

Fire Mode

Gravity shockwave/Blunt Melee Strike

Rate of Fire

None (Melee Only)

Range

Close

Usage
Counterpart
Counterweapon(s)

Energy Sword, Sniper Rifle, Shotgun

Affiliation

Covenant Loyalist

[Source]

The Type-2 Energy Weapon/Hammer, more commonly known as the Gravity Hammer, is the mightiest and most powerful close-quarters two-handed melee weapon used by Covenant Loyalists.

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Background

The Gravity Hammer is a large hammer that serves as an excellent and powerful melee weapon in the game. It is a highly symbolic Brute weapon that is analogous to the Elite's Energy Sword. This powerful weapon can also be used to manipulate gravity, allowing it to push opponents away or pull them towards the wielder, as well as deflecting incoming projectiles.

The Gravity Hammer first appeared in Halo 2 as the personal weapon of the Brute Chieftain, Tartarus. This weapon was a symbolic representation of Tartarus' power and standing. He used it against the player and could kill with a single hit, but after his death, the weapon becomes unusable. Halo 3 introduced a newer and more utilitarian version of the Hammer that serves as a companion to the Energy Sword in the game.

Fist of Rukt

Main article: Fist of Rukt

The Fist of Rukt was Tartarus' personal gravity hammer, one with a rich legacy befitting his tribe. It was passed down from Chieftain to Chieftain in the Brute pack, and belonged to his uncle, Maccabeus, before Tartarus killed him in combat and claimed the legendary hammer for himself.[1].

Appearances

Gravity Hammers, like the Brutes who wield them, were never seen or mentioned in Halo: Combat Evolved. Although the Fist of Rukt makes an appearance in Halo 2, the player does not get to use them for their own purposes until Halo 3.

Halo 2

Tartarus wielding the Fist of Rukt in Installation 05's Control Room.

Tartarus was always seen with his personal Gravity Hammer, the Fist of Rukt, except on the level, Cairo Station.[2]

After the conclusion of the Battle of the Gas Mine, when the Arbiter killed the Heretic Leader, Tartarus appeared on the scene, using his Gravity Hammer to freeze 343 Guilty Spark as the Monitor began to explain to the Arbiter the things he had told Sesa 'Refumee. The Arbiter was taken aback by this brash handling of such a "holy" Oracle, but the Brute Chieftain was uninhibited by the rough treatment.

After the conclusion of the Battle of the Quarantine Zone on Installation 05, Miranda Keyes and Avery Johnson of the UNSC were able to retrieve the Sacred Icon from Delta Halo's Library. The Arbiter, however, knocked Johnson unconscious, and Tartarus once again appeared on the scene. Tartarus was able to levitate Miranda towards himself with his hammer. After securing her, he used his hammer to push the Arbiter into the deep chasm behind him.

At the Control Room of Installation 05, the Arbiter, Johnson, and numerous Elite Councilors, Zealots, Ultras and Special Operations Elites attempted to kill Tartarus and deactivate Installation 05. The Fist of Rukt was one of Tartarus's few advantages, and despite being heavily outnumbered, the massive area effect damage was able to send most of the Elites flying into oblivion, and any Sangheili that attempted to attack Tartarus at close range with Energy Swords were beaten to death by the massive Fist of Rukt. After the Arbiter and Johnson killed Tartarus, the Fist of Rukt fell from the Brute Chieftain's limp hands, leaving its final fate unknown.

Starry Night

Main article: Starry Night

The first hint of the Gravity Hammer's appearance in Halo 3 was seen in the "Starry Night" TV spot released on December 4, 2006. In the very end of the trailer (00:52), one of the Brute Chieftains that SPARTAN-117 was about to attack was carrying a Gravity Hammer. [3]

Halo 3 ViDoc: Et Tu, Brute?

Main article: Halo 3 ViDoc: Et Tu, Brute?

In the video documentary Et Tu, Brute? released December 20, 2006, there were a few animations of Brutes using Gravity Hammers, and Brutes in game play that were wielding hammers in mostly untextured alpha builds. The hammer in the video showed an almost exact resemblance to the Fist of Rukt of Halo 2. The hammers were unique in the fact that when they swung, a massive electric blue shock wave was projected in a spherical blast from the head of the hammer, mirroring a Plasma Grenade's detonation, except possibly larger and stronger. Crates and other objects in the path of the shock wave were displaced.

Halo 3

The Gravity hammer on a Spartan's back in Sandtrap.

The Gravity Hammer is usable in Halo 3 and Halo 3: ODST. It is devastating in close quarter combat, capable of smashing vehicles away, and bouncing explosives away from the wielder of the hammer. The Gravity Hammer's attack is an instant kill on any target at point blank range (unless damage resistance or shields have been modified or if the target deflects the blow with an Energy Sword). The Hammer creates a small blue and white shock-wave that expands from the center of the hammer's head, shaking the perspective of players nearby. This is presumably the main damaging prospect of the Gravity Hammer. The Hammer also hurls targets backwards if it connects, often sending them incredibly far. In addition, rockets shot at the wielder can be knocked away if the attack is timed well. However, to make up for the power of the weapon, the battery drains slightly faster than an Energy Sword (in campaign, not multiplayer), and it has a slower swinging rate. On maps with platforms in the air, the weapon can be utilized to fling an opponent off the edge. On very rare occasions, Flood-infected Brutes have been seen wielding Gravity Hammers particularly on the level Halo. Also, on The Covenant at the Revelation chapter, when the Flood are allied with the player and the Arbiter, if you can keep a Brute enemy alive, you can sometimes cause the Infection forms to infect the dead human combat form carrying the Shotgun. Then you can exchange any weapon (including the Gravity Hammer) with the combat form by pressing the RB button. Giving a Gravity Hammer to Elite allies in Halo 3 is extremely ineffective, because neither Elite allies nor the Arbiter will swing the weapon, instead charging into battle and then standing uselessly in front of the intended opponent, likely for balancing reasons.

  • In Campaign, Gravity Hammers can be found on all levels except on Tsavo Highway.
  • The player can use a Gravity Hammer against a Brute Chieftain only on Sierra 117 and The Covenant.
  • The Gravity Hammer is an excellent anti-Flood weapon. It is capable of killing multiple Flood enemies in one swing due to its massive shock wave.
  • It should be noted that taking out a Hammer in the midst of a Grunt pack will cause them to immediately panic.
  • Taking out a Hammer in front of a group of Brutes will sometimes cause one of them to say "What fool gave him a Hammer!?"
  • In Multiplayer matches, a smart player can use the Shotgun to kill a close up opponent wielding the hammer before they finish their swing, negating the damage it would normally cause.

Halo: Uprising

The Hammer as it appears in Halo: Uprising.

In Halo: Uprising, on the cover of Issue 3, John-117 is seen holding a Gravity Hammer. It is virtually identical to the one seen in Halo 3.

Halo Wars

The Brute Chieftain leader does not appear in the Campaign, but in Skirmish matches, he uses a Gravity Hammer that is capable of both pummelling opponents and creating a small vortex of gravity that sucks in anything unwise enough to get in the way.

Halo 3: ODST

In Halo 3: ODST, Gravity Hammers make a return appearance, with a new melee animation, swinging the hammer forward to cosh an enemy on the head without activating the gravitational shock wave that normally applies when the head of Gravity Hammers make contact with a surface.

A Brute Chieftain appears at the end of the NMPD HQ level, which he uses the blade of the hammer to gravely injure Romeo and puncture his lung while disarming him of his Sniper Rifle, before he is killed by the remaining members of his squad (Dutch, Mickey and Buck).

Halo Legends

In The Babysitter, a blue Brute Chieftain uses a strange looking hammer. It is briefly seen during the fight with Cal-141. He ends up killing her in an ambush by hitting her in the head.

Multiplayer Recommendations

  • The Gravity Hammer is best used as a secondary weapon to pull out if faced with nearby foes on an ledge, an incoming vehicle, or a grenade coming towards the player. The Hammer is apt at dealing with all three of these threats.
  • The Gravity Hammer's blast can go through walls and floors, and this can be used to hit players in an adjacent room.
  • The Gravity Hammer can be used to propel the player higher than normal, if the player times the attack as they jump, it will elevate them farther and higher. You can gain just as much height as a grenade jump with very little or no risk.
  • The Gravity Hammer is also one of the only two weapons available in the Grifball gametype along with the Energy Sword. It is the cause of many betrayals, however you can also "ride the wave" and use your enemy's gravity hammer to launch yourself to their goal.
  • Try hammering enemy warthogs and mongooses on Rat's Nest near the Rocket Spawn. It can result in the vehicle sailing to the death barrier.
  • If you time the shock wave from the hammer at the right time you can send a Rocket Launcher missile and Missile Pod missile in a another direction.
  • The Hammer may be known as a great CQB weapon, but it is slower to compete against the Shotgun. Also, even though the energy sword lunges slightly slower, it has a farther lunge and can parry your attacks, but you cannot parry the sword carrier's attacks. If you find your self up against one of these weapons, create space between you and your opponent (you can knock them back with the shockwave if he's too close)and change to a long range weapon to take down the enemy. Although, it is important to remember that the Mauler is considered an easy target for the Gravity Hammer.
  • Try combining a Gravity Hammer jump and grenade jump to get to spots that aren't normally reachable for an advantage.
  • It is possible to stick a Plasma or Spike Grenade on the end of the Hammer.

Disadvantages in Multiplayer

A gravity hammer wielded, in Grifball, by a SPARTAN-II.
  • The Gravity Hammer is huge and visible, so when wielding it as a primary or secondary weapon, you risk making yourself a prime target for snipers.
  • If you swing the hammer too slowly or out of range, it will push your opponent back, making it harder for you to finish them off and easier for them to counter your attack.
  • The glowing blue vents at the top of the weapon are visible when a player has Active Camouflage.
  • The large area of effect of the weapon means that using it in tight quarters with friendly players is highly inadvisable.
  • An enemy wielding a Shotgun can easily take down a player with the Gravity Hammer before he has time to swing.

Trivia

  • A popular alternative gametype known as "Baseball" utilizes the rocket-deflecting properties of the Hammer. Players shoot rockets at the Hammer-wielding player at a fixed distance and they must time it correctly to corkscrew the Rocket "out of the park".
  • If you use the Armless Glitch, the range of the Gravity Hammer will be greatly increased and will cause players to float and lose their shields.
  • The Gravity Hammer is used in the popular Double XP weekend playlist Grifball, in which the players have no shields and must somehow take their bomb and get it to the other team's base. The Hammer is often used to create enough force to propel the bomb-carrying player over the heads of their opponents and into the goal.
  • It seems likely that the Fist of Rukt is a more ancient version of the Hammer modified with Gravity distortion technology, while the newer models featured in Halo 3 are a modern, manufactured version.
  • The Gravity Hammer included with the Brute Chieftain Action Figure has four lines that make an 'X' shape. The same shape is on the Beam Rifle that comes with other Halo 3 figures.
  • In the map Sandbox, there is a remodeled version of the Gravity Hammer called "7 wood". The Hammer acts the same, but is modeled to look like a Golf Club with a new reticule.
  • ODSTs can use the Gravity Hammer in Halo 3: ODST, despite them being normal humans, and not having the strength of a SPARTAN-II, Elite, or Brute
  • In a cutscene in Halo 3: ODST, a Brute Chieftain demonstrates the ability to hit with the blade on the rear side of the Gravity Hammer, and use it to finish off opponents. (Romeo in this case.)
  • When using the Hammer, Orbital Drop Shock Troopers of Halo 3: ODST will use the original animation used by Spartans, however also feature a completely new bludgeoning animation.

Glitches

  • The Gravity Hammer has been seen to have no alternate third person animation for melee, in third person, you would simply look like you're swinging the hammer with just no explosive effect or splash effect. This only works with Spartans, however. Elites have the same animation they have if they melee someone with a flag.
  • When you combine RT with clicking LT, the shock wave will have no sound effect, the attack will be negated, and it will count as a normal melee attack. Also, if you press the RT button and then crouch, you will achieve the same effect.
  • When a passenger in a warthog uses the Gravity Hammer, it kills the driver.

Sources

  1. Halo: Contact Harvest
  2. Halo 2
  3. Starry Night

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

NOTE: This is about the wrestler. For the handler, contact tk90.

Hammer (real name Hal Wokolski) is a retired American professional wrestler who has worked for several independent promotions across America, most recently Ultimate Wrestling Entertainment. He is best known for his unique wrestling styles, combining wrestling, kickboxing, martial arts, submissions, and streetfighting, along with his massive size, enabling him to have an enormous advantage during matches. However, he has had his fair share of losses as well. Because of his strength and innovation with weapons, he excels in hardcore matches, as well as submission matches, due to his proficient submission skills.

Also giving a major in-ring advantage is Hammer's anger. If he gets angered at all, it can make him dangerous in the ring. He has caused some injuries because of this.

He was born in Long Beach, California, but lived there for only 4 years. He moved to St. Louis at age 4 and lived there from then on.

Hammer
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Past Federations

NOTE: These do not include current federations.

Before Wrestling

Because of his massive size and muscle mass, Hammer has, for the most part, always been among the most respected among his peers. He grew up in a rough neighborhood in downtown St. Louis, although had no trouble with the locals, as they were friendly toward him, probably due to his size. In fact, Hammer learned many of his current fighting styles from some gangsters.

When Hammer attended high school, he was befriended by several students, making him among the most liked students. However, there would be an occasional punk who wanted to fight him, hoping to make a name for themself by taking down the biggest guy in school. Never one to initiate violence, he never agreed to fights, except for one occasion where his good friend Omar was attacked, a punk's attempt to get Hammer to fight. He quickly made an example of him the next day. Other than that, he never really took any physical action against another, except for when attacked, in which cases all he did was peel the attacker off, and in some cases, "throw" them aside.

Hammer was, undoubtedly, the top sports star in his school, playing ice hockey, wrestling, and football, excelling in all of them. It was here that he earned the nickname "Hal the Hammer", and later, just "Hammer" because of his violent football tackles and hockey hits. Because of his desire to excel, he constantly worked out, even after he graduated high school, to stay in shape, not wanting to end up out-of-shape, as he desired to pursue an athletic career. After high school, he got a job with the rink his HS team played at. His first job was assistant to the event organizer, then being promoted to organizer himself. In his spare time, he put his bodybuilding and combat skills to the test and entered (and won) several bodybuilding, kickboxing, and martial arts competitions around his local St. Louis neighborhood, giving him a "tough guy" reputation around the city, as well as earning extra money.

CCW: Making New Friends And Enemies

After making a name for himself in the St. Louis combat underground circuits, his longtime friend Mike "Lightning" Marnin introduced Hammer to Chevelle Championship Wrestling, which Lightning himself was competing in at the time. Hammer joined, and started working almost immediately. Just as fast as he had entered, he had make a new enemy- Eric Norslee. The rivalry between the two spanned for weeks, before subsiding, because Hammer had decided to move on in his career, which worked. He wrestled fellow rookies as well as veterans such as J-Cool. In the process, he developed great respect toward CCW owner Cory Chevelle. Hammer's involvement in then-new organization ArenaWrestle slowed Hammer's work in CCW. CCW later folded temporarily, allowing Hammer to expand his career in AW.

ArenaWrestle: With Great Success Comes Great Struggle

Shortly after Hammer joined ArenaWrestle (AW), he immediately won the AW Hardcore Championship in a triple-threat match. He lost it the next week to Clearly, Hammer's second biggest rival. The rivalry lasted as long as Hammer has been in AW, and stil continues as of now. Hammer has never defeated him, but vowed to, to give Clearly "what he has coming to him," referring to his poor attitude to his fellow wrestlers. Hammer then went on to win the AW Tag-Team Championship with Mike Lightning and defend it for several weeks, before losing the titles after weeks of success. Hammer later went on to become one of AW's most prominent upper midcarders, winning the AW National Championship, defending it for one week before losing it. He also renewed his rivalry with #1 enemy Eric Norslee, defeating him in 2 out of the 3 matches they wrestled against each other in.

Soon, AW was falling, but still running, as was Hammer. He was competing weekly, and on almost every pay-per-view event AW has ever run. When Hammer left AW to rejoin a new-and-improved CCW, Hammer was unable to become AW Champion, which was his goal. Some believed that had AW ran a bit longer, Hammer could have become champion.

Return to CCW

After Hammer left AW, CCW had greatly improved, showing a more intense style, greatly suiting Hammer's style. His rivalries with Clearly and Eric Norslee continued to a greater extent. His reign as CCW Revolutionary Champion showed everyone that he was no longer the second-rate lower midcarder that he was during his original CCW run. Hammer unified the Revolutionary Championship with the CCW American X Championship in a triple-threat match victory. He even landed a spot in CCW's Ring Of Hell, although he lost.

CCW: Underground

When CCW went underground, Hammer seemed to fit into the new style perfectly, competing weekly. After his first underground fight against Dan Sagara, Cory Chevelle, who Hammer respected greatly, praised Hammer for a job well done, and told Hammer to come to Cory if he needed anything, a sign that Hammer had gotten the attention of Chevelle. During Hammer's successful CCW underground run, he encountered his only injury to date, as he was stabbed in the upper leg during a match. Other than the injury, Hammer was a CCW mainstay throughout the time of the underground. However, CCW folded, again, leaving Hammer without a place to wrestle.

BCW

Hammer had a short reign in BCW, leaving after losing a "Losers leave BCW" tag-team match with Victor Vengeance.

UFN: The Fall Of Hammer

Hammer then joined UFN, although was unable to compete for the first 2 weeks, making UFN owner Chad Chevelle very angry. When Hammer finally returned, he was in a Revolutionary Championship match with Lynne, a female wrestler. Hammer, desperately wanting to wrestle again, defeated Lynne in violent fashion, thus winning the title. However, Hammer claimed that he had no intention to harm Lynne, and was ashamed of how he won the title, and abandoned it in one of UFN's more shocking (yet poorer) moments. Chad Chevelle was most unpleased, and berated Hammer heavily. Subsequently, Chad booked a handicap match between himself and the team of Hammer and UFN Champion Michael Reece. During the match, Chad called upon Fatality and Tony Daniels to help him, and ended up brutally attacking Hammer and Reece. Hammer said that he never intended for this to happen, and that it was exactly what he wanted to avoid. He had revealed that he had lost all respect toward Chad, and considered him an enemy. He claimed that the rivalry between the two was far from over, and that they were "at war." In fact, Hammer tried to persuade some of his fellow wrestlers to join him to teach Chad a lesson. Unfortunately for Hammer, this didn't go so well. He had planned to recruit John Adelsberger and rival J-Cool. John got fired, and J-Cool angrily refused. Issues with faulty management got Hammer fired. However, roughly a year later, Hammer had burued the hatchet with Chad, apologizing, and is now at peace with him.

UWE: Side Action

After a long time of reuniting with his family and friends in St. Louis, Hammer got word from his good friend John Adelsberger that Ultimate Wrestling Entertainment was available, and Hammer took the chance right away. But Hammer encountered a problem- a 3-week losing streak as soon as he entered UWE. After losing for the third time straight, Hammer left, temporarily, for a weekend vacation. He has since returned. However, he announced his semi-retirement on August 5, 2007.

WWG: A New Beginning, And End

Hammer, just before leaving UWE, he joined World Wrestling Generation. He had little success, and quit for personal issues with other wrestlers. When asked to comment, Hammer simply replied, "If I'm gonna be mercilessly criticized and put down because of my in-ring ability (referring to his martial arts skill), and be insulted by that punk, and blame me for fighting back, then they can all kiss my a--. To hell with WWG's assholes! If they wanna kick me all this static, and can't accept me for me, I'm out."

UWE: Return

Hammer began his return to UWE on June 30, 2008, starting off by announcing his new manager, Edwin Yiu. Since his return, Hammer had made little progress since his last UWE stint, overwhelmingly expanding the loss count of his previous stint, and winning only 3 matches. Some say it was because he has lost confidence in himself, which Hammer tried to cover up by taking on a cool, relaxed, laid-back demeanor. His motives behind the demeanor were only rumours at the time, rumours that his manager believed to be true. As such, every week, Edwin had tried to get Hammer to open up about why he was so laid-back, suspicious it had something to do with something that happened in his past. Fans suspected Hammer's new demeanor could have been a result of his UFN mess. This was confirmed by Hammer after his manager kept pressing the issue on him. The last victory of his career was September 9. On December 2, 2008, he officially announced his retirement from UWE and from wrestling as a whole.

Personal life

Retiring from wrestling has allowed him to catch up on the job at the rink. He has since gone on to run the entire operation. It regularly hosts local high school hockey games, some college, and even regional championship playoff games. He has also had dealings with the St. Louis Bandits junior team. It has made him very successful financially, and gives him more time to see friends and family, given his usually light schedule( thanks to help from his hockey-buff friend and ex-manager, Edwin Yiu), excluding the occasional big tournament.

Fans have been trying to get Hammer to open up about his love life, something he never was very open about. He says he has nothing to hide, but he doesn't feel the need to publicize this particular part about his life as much as others. He recently statd there is indeed someone special, but has not specified whether or not there is an actual relationship.

In-ring

  • Finishing moves
  • Jackknife powerbomb
  • Torture rack
  • Signature/most common moves
  • Def Slam (inverted F-5 converted into an inverted DiamondCutter)
  • Judo throw
  • Martial arts high kick
  • Gorilla press slam
  • Big boot
  • Backbreaker
  • Side effect
  • Superkick
  • frog splash
  • flying headscissors
  • Triangle hold
  • Bearhug
  • Double-underhook piledriver
  • Nicknames
  • The Midwest Madman
  • Entrance songs (in chronological order)
  • Snoop Dogg: "Drop It Like It's Hot" - CCW
  • LL Cool J: "Mama Said Knock You Out" - CCW, AW, WEF, BCW, WWG
  • Bone Crusher: "Never Scared" - CCW
  • Jim Jones: "We Fly High" (Ballin') - UWE, UFN
  • Pennywise: "Bro Hymn" (once, to celebrate the Anaheim Ducks' Stanley Cup victory) - UWE
  • Fat Joe: "Take A Look At My Life" - UFN, UWE
  • B Real/Busta Rhymes/Method Man/Coolio/LL Cool J: "Hit 'em High" - UWE (most recent)

Championships and accomplishments

  • ArenaWrestle
  • AW Hardcore Championship (1 reign)
  • AW Tag-Team Championship (1 reign, with Mike Lightning, Hammer's longest reign)
  • AW National Championship (1 reign)
  • Chevelle Championship Wrestling
  • CCW Revolutionary Championship (2 reigns)
  • CCW R-X Championship (merged with Revolutionary Championship, 1 reign)
  • CCW EverChanging Championship (2 reigns)

Trivia

  • Hammer is an avid sports fan, especially of the St. Louis/Los Angeles teams, including the Rams (football), Cardinals/Angels (baseball) and Blues/Kings (ice hockey). He would wear their jerseys frequently to the ring, although at times he would wear jerseys of teams local to where he was wrestling.
  • Hammer was once stabbed during a match in CCW's underground era. He had stabbed his opponent's hand, pinning it to a pool table with a pocket knife. He had walked a few feet away to catch his breath, when his opponent freed himself, pulled out a butterfly knife, and stabbed Hammer in his upper leg. Despite the injury, Hammer competed the next week, although he lost, obviously because of the injury.
  • Hammer is responsible for bringing his friend John Adelsberger into the wrestling scene, starting with ArenaWrestle. John has improved since.
  • Hammer has a deep respect toward Cory Chevelle. From Hammer's earliest CCW run, he has always had a great deal of respect toward him, even fearing him somewhat, after witnessing Cory kill Dan Sagara.

This article uses material from the "Hammer" article on the eWrestling wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about the tool used mostly in Smithing and Construction. For other uses, see Hammer (disambiguation).
A detailed view of a hammer

A Hammer is a tool that players use primarily for Smithing, to make items from metal bars on an anvil. The hammer is also a very important part of the Construction skill because it, along with a saw, is needed to build everything in the house but garden plants.

The hammer is also required in several quests to hammer in some nails (for example, in Dragon Slayer or In Aid of the Myreque). A hammer is also used in Animal Magnetism to make a magnet. You will also need a hammer to access the Bandos Stronghold in the God Wars Dungeon.

It may be bought from a general store for 13 coins, or may be found upstairs at the Falador forge as well as from the Grand Exchange for 46 coins. Players would be well-advised not to forget a hammer if they need it, as it may be time-consuming to return to a bank.

Trivia

  • Though the hammer's description could technically classify it as a weapon, it cannot be wielded or used in combat. Conversely, most other hammers (warhammers, Torag's hammers, etc.) cannot be use to smith, but can only be used for combat.
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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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Hammer may refer to:


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Star Wars Fanon

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

The Star Wars wiki of fan invention.

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The title of this article is a nickname or callsign.

This article is about a subject that lacks an official name, and is known only by its nickname or callsign.

Hammer during his time with the Fellowship of Destiny.

"Hammer" was a Human male former special forces soldier for the Republic Army who later left to join Keese Somar and the Fellowship of Destiny.

Behind the scenes

Hammer is portrayed by Jacob Taylor from Mass Effect 2, a 2010 video game.

Appearances

  • Force Legend I: Convictions (First appearance)
  • Force Legend II: Peak of Disaster
  • Force Legend III: The Fall
This article is a stub by Darth Wylind. The author might eventually expand it.

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Hammer.gif
This item is in the Tools and other Equipment class
Hammer
Attributes: None
Weight: 11.50 oz.
Loot value: 0-80 gp.
Dropped by: None.
Buy from: Nelliem (Venore) 80 gp
Sell to: Players
Notes: Can be found in Nargor.
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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Hammer (G1) article)

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about the Decepticon Micromaster. For his Japanese Autobot counterpart, see Hammer (ROC).
Hammer is a Decepticon Micromaster in the Generation One continuity family.
Can't touch this, daa-naa-naa-naa

Hammer is the leader of the Constructor Squad. While he takes more pride in construction then destruction, he likes nothing better than tearing down an Autobot fortification and rebuilding it as a Decepticon engine of destruction. He believes the successes of his team are due to them simply being better than the competition, and he looks forward to the day when their skill is recognized and they displace the Constructicons in Megatron's eyes. Perhaps his only real weakness is that if he wants to go anywhere without Sledge, he has to do it the hard way... walk.[1]

His combiner partner is Sledge.

Contents

Toys

Generation One

  • Constructor Squad (Micromaster Combiner Squad, 1990)
Parachute pants not included.
Hammer transforms into a dump truck trailer which is intended to be combined with his partner Sledge to form the rear half an orange sledgehammer dump truck. He can, of course, be connected to any other Micromaster Combiner.
Hammer was only available in a six-pack with his squad mates Sledge, Excavator, Grit, Knockout and Stonecruncher.
His mold was also used to make his fellow Decepticon Cement-Head.


Trivia

  • In Dreamwave's More Than Meets The Eye encyclopedia, Hammer is depicted flipped left-to-right. (His combiner pin is on the wrong side.)
  • If you touch him, he kills you.

Footnotes

  1. More Than Meets The Eye #3

External links

  • Hammer at TFU.info

This article uses material from the "Hammer (G1)" article on the Transformers wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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