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Phlogiston Projector

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Phlogiston Projector Mk XII
Very Rare
Character Bind On Pickup
Values do not reflect skills or other modifiers

Phlogiston Projector

Core AOE Fire Damage

360' targeting arc
____ Fire damage to up to 5 targets in a narrow arc
Damage drops off sharply past 5km
to self: -10 Weapon Power while this weapon is firing
4 sec recharge
Value: __ Energy credit icon.png

The Phlogiston Projector is an Experimental Weapon created for Maquis vessels. A few clever Maquis sometimes referred to the exotic gasses of the Badlands by the nickname of "phlogiston" -- an archaic element believed by 18th-century Earth scientists to be the source of combustion. Although scientifically inaccurate, the term stuck around as a sort of slang.

This experimental weapon emits an oxygen-rich mixture of these gaseous elements harvested from the Badlands plasma fields, and ignites them. This violent reaction briefly burns at temperatures comparable to solar ejections, causing structural damage to even the most hardy of starships.

It is obtainable from the Maquis Raider, and can be equipped on any starship capable of utilizing Experimental Weapons.

Gear Upgrade[edit | edit source]

Experimental Weapons can be upgraded using the following R&D School Tech Upgrades: Beam Weapons Tech Upgrades, Cannon Weapons Tech Upgrades or assorted Universal Tech Upgrades. It will receive an additional modifier on successful quality improvement:

Quality
Modifier
Effect
Ultra Rare [CrtX] +2% Critical Chance
+10% Critical Severity
Epic [Ac/Dm] +10 Accuracy Rating
+X Damage



Starship Energy Weapons
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Energy Type Beam Cannon
Array & Omni Dual Bank Turret Single Dual & Quad Dual Heavy
Standard Energy Weapons
Cosmetics Energy Weapons (different visuals)
Hybrid Energy Weapons (two standard procs)
Elite Fleet Energy Weapons (standard + extra proc)
Special Energy Weapons (standard + extra proc)
Special Energy Weapons (non-standard proc[s])