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Arbitrons Ice Blazer One

Arbitron had a more scrupulous task in mind when it created the IB-1. Though
they publicly deny this, it is a well known fact that the gun was made with
assassinations in mind. Because of the way this weapon fires it leaves
virtually no evidence behind. Using controlled magnetic waves the IB-1
slows molocules of water, or almost any other liquid, down to the freezing
point and infuses small metal atoms in with it. It then uses the properties
of a rail gun, magnets, to propel the ice cicle out at high velocities. Upon
striking the person it will do much the same damage as a bullet, but the
evidence quickly melts away, leaving a lot of quessing to be done by the
authorities. There is a small problem though, the range is limited because
the ice cicle will melt slightly in its flight through the air, and get
softer as it goes along.

Model: Arbitron Ice Blazer One
Type: Slugthrower: Ice Blazer
Scale: Character
Skill: Firearms: Ice Blazer
Ammo: Enough room for 5 shots worth of water, batteries hold enough charge
      for 20 shots (Battery: 50, Recharger: 500)
Cost: 7,500
Availability: 4, X
Fire Rate: 1
Range: 5-15/15-25/25-30
Damage: 5D+2/4D+1/4D
Game Notes: Because the projectile is made of ice it may in fact go farther
            or shorter than the range indicates due to varying temperature
            extremes. Range should be modified at the GM's discretion.


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