Any horn (particularly tubas, but occasionally baritone saxamophones) large enough for the person who plays it to hide entirely within its bell.

For the effect of a Weapon of Brass Destruction when properly played, see Revelation.

It is traditional to refer to the top members of the military as the "top brass" (because of all their shiny metal medals won in past campaigns). It follows, naturally, that a weapon bearing this name would be on which had the effect of destroying only the brass -- the leadership of the armed forces -- while leaving the regular troops intact, but leaderless.

And how best to accomplish this? One way by which this could be accomplished would be to artificially induce a sudden and sharp increase in emotional intelligence and intellectual sensitivity amongst those leaders -- so that they suddenly found themselves contemplating philosophy and the arts, and so simply no longer interested in overseeing bombing and killing.

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