Star Wars D/6
Star Wars Canon
Rise of the Empire
Post Empire Era
Star Wars D/20
Lone Wolf RPG
The HGG-1 (Heavy Gatling Gun), nicknamed the "Mini Gun" (this is an obvious
oxymoron as the HGG-1 is the largest personal weapon manufactured by Mestic
Munitions), is perhaps one of the most devastating personal weapons to date.
A meter and a half in length and weighing much more than most other weapons,
the HGG-1 has six barrels that rotate at a high velocity when the weapon is
in operation. It is supported by a handle on the top with the trigger and a
thumb operated mode toggle switch with a second handle that is usually
placed near the middle section of the weapon on its left side (this can be
moved to the right side for left handed users) and a thickly padded shoulder
strap. The ammunition is fed in on a belt through the right rear end of the
weapon, usually from a back pack ammunition container worn by the user.
The HGG-1 is the perfect heavy weapon to supplement any squad and can
decimate most landspeeders, enemy troops, and even buildings in some cases.
The Mini Gun can be mounted onto a specialized tripod (much like an E-Web)
for security or prolonged fire from a stationary position and be continually
fed ammunition as long as the operator (this is assuming that a second
person come to help out the gunner) keeps respinning the ammo belts.
Model: Mestic Munitions HGG-1 "Mini Gun"
Type: Personal gatling gun
Skill: Firearms: mini-gun
Ammo: 40 (belt), 150 (back pack ammo container)
Cost: Mini Gun: 15,150 credits
Ammo: 40 round ammo belt: 175 credits
150 round ammo container: 500 credits
Tripod: 150 credits
Availabilty: 4, R or X
Fire Rate: 3 (semi-auto)
Damage: 6D (semi-auto), 7D+1 (burst of 5 rounds), 8D+2 (burst of 10 rounds)
Game Notes: On constant-fire mode the HGG-1 fires a burst of 20 rounds per
shot. Once a hit is established, all following shots against
nearby (1 meter) targets are one difficulty lower.
Weight: When using, the character must make a Moderate Lifting
roll each round in order to support the weight of the gun unless
the mini-gun is mounted on the proper tripod.
Bulkiness: Due to the extreme bulkiness of the HHG-1, there is
a -1D penalty to Dexterity and related skills when carrying it.
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