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Marshmallow Catapult-like Device project It’s been hours into this long drawn out battle and the army is getting weaker as the seconds pass. However what if there was such a weapon that could give your army an advantage over the other. With this weapon you don’t need a lot of man power, it causes mass destruction, and then you could still participate in combat. Now look at you and your army, you guise are a triple threat. Fortunately, the Greek’s figured out the Catapult. This new technology put them three steps ahead in the game, and when they got a test of this advantage the wanted more. So like any genius they just kept researching and expanded their knowledge, which resulted in bigger and better versions of the catapult. “So what is exactly a catapult?” you ask. Well a Catapult was a weapon created in the Middle Ages with big round wheels and a basket attached to a long wooden arm that launched a projectile through the air. Traditionally it was a weapon used in battle to cause a major disadvantage to the other army against you. This magnificent weapon was first created around 400BC in the town Syracus. The very first version of the catapult resembled the crossbow and was