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CCIR Defense Battery

RanCorp's centurion defense photon cannon is state of the art. It
utilizes several advanced technology not the least of which is the CCIR
central control mechanism allowing entire networks of these batteries
to be operated from one place. The unit, while in it's passive mode,
seems to be a relatively flat, broad, disk with a small pylon sticking
up in the center of it. When it detects an enemy target the center of
it telescopes up revealing that the pylon is just the tip of it. The
cannon is thus revealed and can open fire on ground or air targets
with ease. When the immediate threats are gone it retracts again until
more targets come within optimum targeting range again. This feature
not only helps protect the cannon but makes it more cancelable as
well. Not realizing what one of these in it's passive mode is,
will ensure the inability to live long enough to find out. The one
major disadvantage of these weapons is that they must be permanently
installed in their location.

Model: RanCorp Centurion Defense Battery
Type: Photon Cannon
Scale: Speeder
Skill: Blaster Artillery: Centurion
Crew: CCIR main control unit
Ammo: Unlimited (power generator)
Cost: 50,000 (new), 29,500 (used)
Availability: 2, X
Body: 4D (retracted), 3D (extended)
Fire Rate: 2
Fire Control: 2D
Range: 20-600/3/16 km
Blast Radius: 8 meters
Damage: 5D


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