Okay, so it was mostly different angles of dweeby destruction of the fort, but there was techno music! Which is always fun. And the video was related, it had a box fort in it. So no misleadings. Which means you can trust me, unlike with my last post (I really hope you didn't take that one seriously, otherwise I'll have to laugh at you heartily in a jolly deep voice).
So yeah, much fun can be had with boxes, aside from all that practical usefulness stuff that everybody's always blathering on about. And just because I'm too lazy to dredge up facts and it's more fun for you guys, here's a video from How It's Made teaching you all about the invention and creation of the cardboard box. And, obviously... showing you how it's made.
So now you know some more stuff about cardboard boxes, the most interesting topic out there! They're useful, fun, and versatile. But they do get pretty soggy when wet, which sucks.
Final Score: 8.7/10
As for lethality, cardboard isn't the most painful material, though I've managed to get a few nasty papercuts from cardboard boxes somehow. Honestly, unless you smashed them up and crammed them in some kind of miniature cannon, I can't see them doing much damage. And of course that's not allowed or it doesn't count in this evaluation. You'd have to get really creative in order to kill someone with cardboard.
Hope you enjoyed it, and join me next time for something even more interesting, if you can fathom it.