PGC-SS1 "Stunner" sonic pistol

Sonic stunner or blaster.

Sonic stunner or blaster.

Sonic disruptor

Sonic Projectors are a category of Sonic Weapons that hit targets with a highly concentrated blast of sound from a distance, like a firearm. They include the following types:

Sonic Stunner[edit | edit source]

A sonic stunner is a type of pistol. It is commonly called a stunner or stun pistol. It will stun a victim for d100 turns. The victim can avoid the effect of the hit by rolling his current Stamina or lower. One shot uses 2 SEU. A stunner uses a 20 SEU clip, but can be attached to a beltpack or a powerpack. A target with an anti-shock implant cannot be stunned. Otherwise, only a sonic screen (or suit) can stop the stunner's sound beam.

Sonic Blaster [fan-made content][edit | edit source]

A refined, less-common version of the sonic stunner is the sonic blaster. A point-blank-to-medium-range weapon, the blaster features a blast setting that causes 3d10 points of damage per shot. Otherwise it operates the same as the sonic stunner. Anti-shock implants are useless against blasts; only sonic suits and screens can ward off the effects of this weapon.

Sonic Disruptor[edit | edit source]

A sonic disruptor is a type of rifle. It is commonly called a disruptor, or a sonic rifle. A sonic disruptor generates a focused sound beam. The damage it causes depends on the range. At closer ranges, it causes more damage.

A point-blank-to-long-range weapon, it uses a 20 SEU clip but can also be attached to a beltpack or powerpack. A disruptor uses 4 SEU per shot. Only a sonic screen (or suit) can stop its deadly beam.

Sonic Devastator[edit | edit source]

A sonic devastator is a heavy weapon that must be mounted on a tripod or a swivel mount to be fired. Except for its greater range and damage, the sonic devastator operates just like the sonic disruptor.

This weapon is commonly called a devastator. Due to the weapon's high power consumption, parabatteries are used to power it.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Sonic rifle.

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