CrazyKoala

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A perimeter weapon possessing a tracking warhead activated by enemy proximity, which pursues a target until it contacts it.

CrazyKoala
MOV ARM BTS STR S
6-4 0 0 1 1
Special Skills: Perimeter


Name Range (inches) DAM B Ammo Traits
Short Medium Long Maximum
CrazyKoalas -- -- -- -- 15 1 Shock Deployable, Disposable (2), Non-Lootable


The 'Running Projectiles HT-14' were developed by Aizuri-sho, an armaments company dependent of the Kiyomitsu keiretsu, to cover the close defense requirements of certain armored units of the State Empire Army. However, the troopers of the Nomad Military Force, which purchased a great quantity of these projectiles, would be the ones to popularize the nickname of CrazyKoalas, as they are now known through the whole Sphere.

"The CrazyKoalas are a devilish invention. If one of them detects you, you might as well give up. Don't try to shoot at it, don't try to beat it, because it will explode in your face no matter what. The only possible response is to move fast... and to pray. Who knows? Maybe it helps..."

Colonel Yevgueni Voronin, Cossack Diplomatic Corps.


FAQ

N3 Frequently Asked Question FAQ Version: 1.1
Q: The rules say that a Critical with an Intuitive Attack deals one direct wound. What happens when you roll a Critical when laying a Mine or other Deployable Weapon with Intuitive Attack?
A: Simply deploy it and don’t detonate it, the Critical affects Intuitive Attack with a BS Weapon and the Mine or other Deployable Weapon is not a BS Weapon.
Related Pages: CrazyKoala, Criticals, Intuitive Attack, MadTraps, Mines, Perimeter, SymbioBugs
N3 Frequently Asked Question FAQ Version: 1.2
Q: What is the MOV Attribute of a Perimeter weapon?
A: 6-4”.
Related Pages: CrazyKoala, MadTraps, Perimeter, SymbioBugs
N3 Frequently Asked Question FAQ Version: 1.2
Q: Can a Perimeter Weapon declare an Idle ARO or is it obligatory to declare Boost?
A: It is obligatory to declare Boost.
Related Pages: Boost, CrazyKoala, MadTraps, Perimeter, SymbioBugs