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Originating in ancient Egypt as a threshing tool, a Scourge is a whip or lash generally used to inflict severe corporal punishment or self-mortification. The typical scourge has several thongs fastened to a handle; at the end of which are tied thick, heavy knots. The Roman scourge, also called a flagellum, was often braided with a number of small metal pieces causing punishment to be particularly dreadful. A flogger with hooks at the ends was called a scorpion while one with nine thongs was called a cat o' nine tails. Whatever your application, this device is sure to bring offending minifigs down a notch. Scourge fits most standard minifig hands.
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