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Stun Barricade

The Stun Barricade resembles a short barreled E-Web cannon. It emits a force field
type energy wall that emits stun energy. It can appear anywhere from 1 to 8 meters
away from the projector and may be "walked back" to push rioters down. The power
of the stun charge is also adjustable. This device is useful for pushing mobs back and
keeping them away from certain areas such as people protesting a weapons factory.

Model: Nerical Neo-YR71 Stun Barricade
Type: Adjustable Stun Force-Field
Scale: Speeder
Skill: Blaster Artillery: Stun Barricade
Crew: 2;
Ammo: Unlimited (power generator)
Cost: 6,000
Availability: 3, X
Field Range: 1-8 meters
Damage Range: Contact
Damage: 3-8D stun (If walking the barricade back everyone in it's ways are
pushed back and if a person remains in contact with the field they take damage each
round)

Game Notes:
Walking it Back: Walking it back is when the person manning the projector adjusts
the distance control moving the field farther away effectively shoving everyone
behind it back. The field can be moved 2 meters forward or back per action.

ForceField: because it acts also like a physical barrier all physical objects bounce
off this field and blaster shots are absorbed. This is to stop rioters from attacking
the people manning the projectors.


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