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Proton Charge

Proton charges are specifically manufactured for controlled demolitions for
construction purposes. However, they do also prove quite useful in the
military sense in that they are easy to carry, easy to set as they self
adhere to almost any metallic surface via magnets and their destructive
power can cause immense devastation to almost any structure.

Model: Merr-Sonn Munitions Proton Charge
Type: Demolitions explosive
Scale: Speeder
Skill: Demolitions
Cost: 850 credits
Availability: 3, X
Blast Radius: 0-3/6/10/15
Damage: 9D/7D/5D/2D
Game Notes: Mishaps - such as rolling a "1" on the Wild Die - indicate
            premature explosion.

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