Toy gun ‘nerf’ mascot character is so scary

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▲ ‘Muff’, the mascot character of the nerf brand (Photo Source: Hasbro Official Site)

In the game, ‘nerf’ is a word that means to weaken a specific stat or state with a patch or skill, and is used as the opposite of ‘buff’ that strengthens a specific stat. The etymology of this word is a toy brand from Hasbro, which is famous for the ‘nerf gun’ that fires sponge bullets. came from The ‘nerf’ brand announced its first official mascot on the 20th (local time).

The nerf’s mascot is a humanoid character named ‘Murph’. This character has a nerf gun symbol, sponge-type dart bullets all over his body, and is wearing a vest and shoes with the nerf logo engraved on it. Hasbro described Muff as a ‘fun, playful, and sociable character,’ and said that it ‘symbolizes the playful spirit of children playing with nerf guns to their heart’s content’.

The dart bullets are so densely attached to Murph’s body that it looks like a mop. In fact, the nerf gun puts forward as a selling point that it is safe enough not to get injured even if it gets hit at close range, and the risk of injury is overwhelmingly low compared to air guns that use BB bullets.

However, the mascot is becoming a hot topic in a different sense. On social media, reactions such as ‘It’s too scary’, ‘Poppy’s playtime level nightmare’, ‘It’s a monster’, and ‘What cursed did you receive’ are continuing, and Diablo’s official Twitter account also cited a picture of the Murf character and said, “Marius saw in a fantasy. will,” he wrote. For reference, before Diablo 2 started, Marius was suffering from nightmares of undead surrounding him.

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In the future, Hasbro plans to use Muff as the center of the nerf brand promotion campaign from this summer. Hasmuro has appeared in retail stores, social media, and pop-up stores in various countries, starting with the United States, to promote the nerf brand, and said that he will be able to meet more murfs over the years.

'Muff' runs and fires a nerf gun (Photo source: Hasbro official site)
▲ ‘Muff’ runs and fires a nerf gun (Photo source: Hasbro’s official site)
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