Karla's Armory

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Karla's Armory

Postby Karoline Dianne » Mon Dec 04, 2017 4:08 pm

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d6Rd

RD.1: Mass produced ballistic combat rifle. High-capacity drum magazine and stock configuration.

RD.2: Mass produced ballistic combat rifle. Hardpoint mount configuration for Mobile Frames without functional humanoid hands. Internal ammunition feed cuts down on weapon size.

RD.3: Hardpoint mounted vulcan cannon. Tauros pattern variant.

d6Ra

RA.1: Handheld Mobile Frame grenade launcher. Underslung box magazine configuration.

RA.2: Hardpoint mounted long range missile pod. Heavy variant.

RA.3: Lightweight hardpoint mounted missile pod. Low ammunition capacity.

d6Rh

RH.1: Fusion-edge pattern Mobile Frame combat hatchet. Blade color variable based on power supply.

RH.2: Standar Mobile Frame combat hatchet. Depreciated.

RH.3: Hardpoint mounted flamethrower. Cutting torch functionality.

RH.4: Anti-Frame pneumatic spear. High-salvage pilot killer.

d6G

G.1: Lightweight booster. Runs on Mobile Frame power supply.

G.2: Jump jets. Depreciated design.

G.3: Self-contained booster module. Power supply included. Easily ejected when empty.

G.4: Self-contained booster module. Lightweight variant.

d6B

B.1: Reinforced combat shield. Design may vary.

B.2: ECM pod. Interferes with fire control systems. Hinders lock-on and disrupts radar.

d6Y

Y.1: Commlink. Shares heads up display and sensor information with linked systems.

Y.2: Sensor pod. Detects movement, electronics, and heat signatures.

Y.3: Radar dish. Depreciated design. Provides basic radio detection.

d8Rr

SSR.1: Mass produced disposable rocket pod. Easily ejected after use.

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So here's every single removable system I've made for my Companies, not counting my Centurions since they're rather unique and do their own thing. Nothing too fancy here, just thought I'd compile everything.
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Re: Karla's Armory

Postby phayze81 » Mon Dec 04, 2017 4:42 pm

Nice! There are some pretty sweet pieces here.
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Re: Karla's Armory

Postby VitorFaria » Mon Dec 04, 2017 6:31 pm

I'm taking those Lockon-compatible G.3s, really nice!
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Re: Karla's Armory

Postby The Hydromancer » Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:55 pm

Your fusion edge hatchets are great, the coloring really enhances the simple style.
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Re: Karla's Armory

Postby Karoline Dianne » Fri Dec 08, 2017 9:16 pm

I'm really happy with how the hatchets turned out. They're nice and meaty for being so small. It's amazing how much a stud here and there can change something's look entirely.
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Re: Karla's Armory

Postby The Hydromancer » Fri Dec 08, 2017 11:28 pm

For sure, I didn't appreciate how well the top stud worked until I built one and realized the axe head fits in flush against it. Making that connection gave me a feeling like gliding a pair of scissors through wrapping paper.
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