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    Difference between 'Cold white weapon' and 'White weapon'.

    Hello! Can you ask me, please?
    What is the difference between 'Cold white weapon' and 'White weapon'?
    Thank you!

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    Re: Difference between 'Cold white weapon' and 'White weapon'.

    I've never heard either phrase. Some context would help.

    But I imagine the first one is colder than the second.

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