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 Post subject: Re: ARM TECH
Unread postPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2021 7:46 pm
  

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I'm still getting 'Wall of Text' problems, which is what I think is scaring people off. If things were better formatted for easier reading, I think you would get more attention. As for the actual content, I looks reasonable for what its said to be. You have an interesting take on fast character generation, which is worth turning into a more general system in its own thread. That might up the amount of recognition and attention you get.

I'm personally ambivalent on nearly all MDC conversions of older vehicles and equipment for one reason or another, but that's not just your stuff. It more that simple metal fatigue would have caused all of it to be write offs before they could be converted (2050s), so you may as well start from scratch. But at least you're using actually sensible designs unlike the abominations that Palladium calls tanks, and arm them with weapons that aren't pee shooters.


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 Post subject: Re: ARM TECH
Unread postPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2021 8:23 pm
  

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Omegasgundam wrote:
I'm still getting 'Wall of Text' problems, which is what I think is scaring people off. If things were better formatted for easier reading, I think you would get more attention. As for the actual content, I looks reasonable for what its said to be. You have an interesting take on fast character generation, which is worth turning into a more general system in its own thread. That might up the amount of recognition and attention you get.

I'm personally ambivalent on nearly all M.D.C conversions of older vehicles and equipment for one reason or another, but that's not just your stuff. It more that simple metal fatigue would have caused all of it to be write offs before they could be converted (2050s), so you may as well start from scratch. But at least you're using actually sensible designs unlike the abominations that Palladium calls tanks, and arm them with weapons that aren't pee shooters.

I am humble by your words just this wall of word been knocking me down been try to figure a better way i just don't how i keep trying
Most are older vehicles and equipment which are found in palladium books and converting are stopping gap they seem able to hold there own but they can be taken down like a GB BOOM Gun an example show how powerful they are a tank with a 120 MM tank rifle can either 1d6x10 M.D.C and range in real world 4.7 miles ( and that single shot it possible to fire dual shot doing 2d6x10 M.D.C );while a GB BOOM 3d6x10 M.D.C in two miles and cant move a a Pre-rifts tank can move with standard 288 M.D.C main body can add extra armors from 100 to 200 M.D.C while GB has 770 M.D.C in 2050 era sadly there no 130MM tank rifle my guess would be 2d4x10 single shot a dual shot 4d4x10 MM tank rifle are just an example
now does this make good sense IDK I just guessing and looking for rules with the GAME.A 200 MM tank rifle would do 2d6x10 M.D.C are use a reference point.

NOTE: Update

you can upgrade manage of 120 MM round from an M.D.C to the following
from 6d6 M.D.C to VARIES ROUND TYPES !! FROM AP,HE, HEAT TO DU Rounds 1d6x10 M.D.C
1D6X10 M.D.C to the following 2D4X 10 M.D.C VARIES ROUND TYPES !! FROM AP,HE, HEAT TO DU Rounds
2D4X10 M.D.C to the following 2D6X10 M.D.C VARIES ROUND TYPES !! FROM AP ,HE, HEAT TO DU Rounds
THE MAX 2D6X10 M.D.C to the following FROM AP, HE, HEAT 4D4X10 M.D.C ROUND TYPES BUT 3D6 X10 DU Rounds

RANGE CAN GO FROM 2000 TO 5000 FEET TO REAL WORLD RANGE TO 13123.36 FEET OR 2.4 MILES OR 2.5 MILES [/color]
goggle it range "ABRAHAM 120 TANK RIFLE RANGE"

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 Post subject: Re: ARM TECH
Unread postPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2021 8:40 pm
  

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There's a spoiler option in the full editor.
Spoiler:
Like this.

Between on the second row of BBCode options. You highlight the section you want to be compacted, and you can't put a spoiler in a spoiler, but it'll make things less painful. It also adds a line below the spoiler, so you you don't need to add one yourself.

Similarly, the List option (not the List=) in the first row might also be useful for keeping things tidy. This is the format I use for weapons, so cut and rename sections as needed.
    Range: blah
      1st Ammo type
      2nd Ammo type
    Damage: blah
      1st Ammo type
        Single
        Bust Size 1
        Burst Size 2
        ect
      2nd Ammo type
        Single
        Bust Size 1
        Burst Size 2
        ect
    Rate of Fire: ECHH or whatever
    Payload: Effectively Unlimited or whatever
    Bonuses: blah

As an example of a vehicle template, use this.
Spoiler:
Type: Model Designation and Name

Class: Something (Main Battle Tank or Infantry Fighting Vehicle for example)

Crew: # (Positions)

Troop/Passengers: If any.

MDC/Armor by Location:
    Locations

Speed:
    Driving on the ground: x mph (x km), maybe more if its a hover vehicle like altitude
    Flying: if a flyer
    Underwater: Can manage x mph (x km/x knots), down to x ft (6x m)
    Range: Something

Statistics:
    Height: x ft (x m)
    Width: x ft (x m)
    Length: x ft (x m)
    Weight: Something
    Cargo: Something
    Power System: Something

Market Cost: something

Systems of Note:
    Standard (RE) (Vehicle type) Systems

    *Stuff

Bonuses: If any.

Weapons Systems:
    1) Weapon 1: Fluff
      Range: blah
        1st Ammo type
        2nd Ammo type
      Damage: blah
        1st Ammo type
          Single
          Bust Size 1
          Burst Size 2
          ect
        2nd Ammo type
          Single
          Bust Size 1
          Burst Size 2
          ect
      Rate of Fire: ECHH or whatever
      Payload: Effectively Unlimited or whatever
      Bonuses: blah

    2) Weapon 2: Fluff
      Range: blah
        1st Ammo type
        2nd Ammo type
      Damage: blah
        1st Ammo type
          Single
          Bust Size 1
          Burst Size 2
          ect
        2nd Ammo type
          Single
          Bust Size 1
          Burst Size 2
          ect
      Rate of Fire: ECHH or whatever
      Payload: Effectively Unlimited or whatever
      Bonuses: blah

Other Stuff: If any.

Open this post in reply and copy the format to another document that you work on. I suggest putting the Crunch parts in a Spoiler, while leaving the Fluff in full. Give me a few minutes and I'll get something for OCCs as well.


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 Post subject: Re: ARM TECH
Unread postPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2021 8:53 pm
  

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Omegasgundam wrote:
There's a spoiler option in the full editor.
Spoiler:
Like this.

Between on the second row of BBCode options. You highlight the section you want to be compacted, and you can't put a spoiler in a spoiler, but it'll make things less painful. It also adds a line below the spoiler, so you you don't need to add one yourself.

Similarly, the List option (not the List=) in the first row might also be useful for keeping things tidy. This is the format I use for weapons, so cut and rename sections as needed.
    Range: blah
      1st Ammo type
      2nd Ammo type
    Damage: blah
      1st Ammo type
        Single
        Bust Size 1
        Burst Size 2
        ect
      2nd Ammo type
        Single
        Bust Size 1
        Burst Size 2
        ect
    Rate of Fire: ECHH or whatever
    Payload: Effectively Unlimited or whatever
    Bonuses: blah

As an example of a vehicle template, use this.
Spoiler:
Type: Model Designation and Name

Class: Something (Main Battle Tank or Infantry Fighting Vehicle for example)

Crew: # (Positions)

MDC/Armor by Location:
    Locations

Speed:
    Driving on the ground: x mph (x km), maybe more if its a hover vehicle like altitude
    Flying: if a flyer
    Underwater: Can manage x mph (x km/x knots), down to x ft (6x m)
    Range: Something

Statistics:
    Height: x ft (x m)
    Width: x ft (x m)
    Length: x ft (x m)
    Weight: Something
    Cargo: Something
    Power System: Something

Market Cost: something

Systems of Note:
    Standard (RE) (Vehicle type) Systems

    *Stuff

Bonuses: If any.

Weapons Systems:
    1) Weapon 1: Fluff
      Range: blah
        1st Ammo type
        2nd Ammo type
      Damage: blah
        1st Ammo type
          Single
          Bust Size 1
          Burst Size 2
          ect
        2nd Ammo type
          Single
          Bust Size 1
          Burst Size 2
          ect
      Rate of Fire: ECHH or whatever
      Payload: Effectively Unlimited or whatever
      Bonuses: blah

    2) Weapon 2: Fluff
      Range: blah
        1st Ammo type
        2nd Ammo type
      Damage: blah
        1st Ammo type
          Single
          Bust Size 1
          Burst Size 2
          ect
        2nd Ammo type
          Single
          Bust Size 1
          Burst Size 2
          ect
      Rate of Fire: ECHH or whatever
      Payload: Effectively Unlimited or whatever
      Bonuses: blah

Other Stuff:


Open this post in reply and copy the format to another document that you work on. I suggest putting the Crunch parts in a Spoiler, while leaving the Fluff in full.

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 Post subject: Re: ARM TECH
Unread postPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2021 8:56 pm
  

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Example O.C.C Format
Example
Spoiler:
O.C.C Stats
Alignment: Any

Attribute Requirements: Stuff

Bonuses: If any

MOS: Select one of the following
    EOD/Demolitions Expert
      Skills
    Foot Soldier
      Skills
    Point Man
      Skills
    Heavy Weapons
      Skills
    Vehicle Crewman
      Skills

O.C.C Skills: x skills +x MOS +x related, x total, x secondary
    Language (Native): 98
    Literacy (English): 95
    Other stuff

O.C.C Related Skills: Select X at level 1, +X additional learned skill at levels X and stuff.
    Communications: X
    Domestic: X
    Electrical: X
    Espionage: X
    Horsemanship: X
    Mechanical: X
    Medical: X
    Military: X
    Physical: X
    Pilot: X
    Pilot Related: X
    Rogue: X
    Science: X
    Technical: X
    WP: X
    Wilderness: X

Secondary Skills: Select X at level 1, gain 1 additional skill at levels X

Standard Equipment: Stuff

Equipment Available Upon Assignment: Stuff

Money: x in savings, base salary is x credits per month. Soldiers are provided with full room, board, and medical treatment.

Cybernetics: None to start, (local standards on mods).

I suggest fooling around with the BBCode in the PMs with Preview for a while. It doesn't like large and heavy coded messages, but you can figure out how things work there.


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 Post subject: Re: ARM TECH
Unread postPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2021 10:06 pm
  

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COOL !!! will try in RIFTS NAAT !!!as test run

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 Post subject: Re: ARM TECH
Unread postPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2021 10:07 pm
  

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Omegasgundam wrote:
Example O.C.C Format
Example
Spoiler:
O.C.C Stats
Alignment: Any

Attribute Requirements: Stuff

Bonuses: If any

MOS: Select one of the following
    EOD/Demolitions Expert
      Skills
    Foot Soldier
      Skills
    Point Man
      Skills
    Heavy Weapons
      Skills
    Vehicle Crewman
      Skills

O.C.C Skills: x skills +x MOS +x related, x total, x secondary
    Language (Native): 98
    Literacy (English): 95
    Other stuff

O.C.C Related Skills: Select X at level 1, +X additional learned skill at levels X and stuff.
    Communications: X
    Domestic: X
    Electrical: X
    Espionage: X
    Horsemanship: X
    Mechanical: X
    Medical: X
    Military: X
    Physical: X
    Pilot: X
    Pilot Related: X
    Rogue: X
    Science: X
    Technical: X
    WP: X
    Wilderness: X

Secondary Skills: Select X at level 1, gain 1 additional skill at levels X

Standard Equipment: Stuff

Equipment Available Upon Assignment: Stuff

Money: x in savings, base salary is x credits per month. Soldiers are provided with full room, board, and medical treatment.

Cybernetics: None to start, (local standards on mods).

I suggest fooling around with the BBCode in the PMs with Preview for a while. It doesn't like large and heavy coded messages, but you can figure out how things work there.

thank you will try it

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 Post subject: Re: ARM TECH
Unread postPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2021 4:06 pm
  

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Um. Reservist and active duty can be called on to respond to natural disaster relief. Just not by the governor. The G has to ask the PotUS to recognize a state of emergency and then the PotUS can send in the military.

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 Post subject: Re: ARM TECH
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Zer0 Kay wrote:
Um. Reservist and active duty can be called on to respond to natural disaster relief. Just not by the governor. The G has to ask the PotUS to recognize a state of emergency and then the PotUS can send in the military.

Agreed with you on this
also did read the US Army / Army reserve solider National guard O.C.C not much ?

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 Post subject: Re: ARM TECH
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US Nation guard or / US Army / Army reserve solider National guard or In RIFTS the Foot soldier or guardsmen
Future rifts books guardsmen/Foot solider O.C.C.

Part 1


Our mission makes us different. Unlike the other branches, Guard Soldiers can be deployed by the governors of their resident states to support communities stricken by natural disasters like floods and hurricanes. Guard Soldiers can also be deployed by the president of the United States to defend our country or support our allies overseas. This dual role for the Guard is what makes us unique.

Both Guard Soldiers and Army Reserve Soldiers train one weekend per month and two weeks every summer. Both Guard Soldiers and Army Reserve Soldiers can be called into full-time service to support Army combat missions. The main difference is that Guard Soldiers serve a dual mission. They can be called on by their state governor or the federal government. Reserve Soldiers do not have a state mission and cannot be called to respond to floods and hurricanes, for example.

from Army recruiter before the fall


US national guardsmen/Army reserve solider /Foot solider O.C.C.

Abilities & Bonuses:

1. O.C.C. Modifiers:

Spoiler:
+3D6+12 to S.D.C.
+1 to initiative.
+1 to pull punch.
+1 to strike. HAND TO HAND
+1 to roll with impact.
+1 to save vs Horror Factor at levels 1, 3, 6, 9 and 12. 2.


O.C.C.


Bonus from Genetics Engineering Augmentation:


Remember that genetic engineering and human augmentation were the rage during the Golden Age of Science. That means 90% of the last two generations to join military were genetically "tweaked" in specific areas. These are not super-soldiers, but ordinary human beings who were modified and improved as a gestating fetus by parents who could afford the best for their children.
Spoiler:
Pick one set of genetic bonuses or roll percentile for random determination.
01-10% +1D4 to I.Q. and +2 to M.E.
11-30% +2 to I.Q. and +1D4 to M.E.
31-55% +1D6 to P.S. and +1D4 to P.E.
56-75% +1D4 to P.S. and +1D6 to Spd.
76-00% +1D4+2 to P.B. and +1D4 to physical attribute of choice.


2.M.O.S.:

These sets of skills are areas of specialization. They may be combat oriented or some other area of expertise. These are in addition to O.C.C. Skills, O.C.C. Related Skills and Secondary Skills and reflect U.N paramilitary methods and organizational structure
Select one of the following areas of specialty or roll percentile to make a random determination. If the random method is used and the character does not have the required minimum attribute, select skills that will bump it up to the required amount, adjust a few attributes to meet the minimum, or roll again. All M.O.S. skills are in addition to O.C.C. and other skills. Note: The Communications Expert can use non-combat robot probes and the Point Man can use all types of robots from Combat Drones and Hounds to probes. The exact robots made available to him will depend on the assignment. The EOD Expert will have one or more weapons replaced with explosives, including 1-4 Fusion Blocks.


3.Best MOS AND Special Aptitude Bonuses


instead of rolling 3d6 you can roll the following table
Spoiler:
• 01-11% Brainy:
• 13-26% Strong-willed:
• 27-39% Charismatic:
• 40-51% Physically Strong:
• 52-65% Fast Reflexes and high
• 66-78% Great Endurance:
• 79-88% Pretty Boy/girl: model
• 89-00% Fast as Lightning:


01-11% Brainy :
I.Q . 1D6+18.
M.E.1D6+12. ,
M.A 1D4+ 10
P.S. 1D6+9
P.P 1D4+9
P.E 1D4+8
P.B 1D6+9
Spd 1D6+11
Your best O.C.C is Technical officer

13-26% Strong-willed:
I.Q. 1D6+ 11
M.E. ID6+ 19.
M.A 1D6+9.
P.S. ID6+9.
P.P ID4+13.
P.E. ID6+10.
P.B 1D6+9.
Spd 1D6+8.
Your best O.C.C. is infantry/Military Specialist/or robot Ace

27-39% Charismatic:
I.Q. 1D6+ 10.
M.E 1D6+9.
MA 1D6+18
P.S 1D4+ 10.
P.P 1D4 + 10.
P.E. 1D6+8.
P.B. 1D6+14.
Spd 1D6+9.
Your best O.C.C. is Technical Officer and, Military Specialist

40-51% Physically Strong:
I.Q.1d4+10
M.E. 1d4+10.
M.A 1D6+10.
P.S 1D6+19
P.P 1D4+12
P.E. 1D5+15
P.B 1D6+12.
Spd 1D6+11.
Infantry /Grunt or Military Specialist

52-65% Fast Reflexes and high
Dexterity:
I.Q. 1d4+10.
M.E. 1d6+9.
M.A. 1d6+8.
P.S . 1d6+9.
P.P 1d6+19.
P.E 1d6+9.
P.B. 1d6+10.
Spd 1D6+17
Your best O.C.C. is Giant robot Pilot. ,A.C.E Pilot , or a Technical Officer specializing in Electronics. Mechanical Engineering or Medicine surgery.

66-78% Great Endurance:
I.Q . 1D4+9.
M.E. 1d6+14.
M.A. ID6+8.
P.S. 1d6+9.
P.P ID6+9.
P.E. 1D6+19.
P.B. 1d6+19.
Spd 1d6+ 12
Your best O.C.C. is Pilot Ace, Giant robot/power armored Pilot, or Grunt/infantry.

79-88% Pretty Boy/girl: model
I.Q 1d4+ 10.
M.E. 1d6+8.
M.A 1d6+ 15.
P.S . 1d66+ 11.
P.P 1d6+8.
P.E. 1d6+9.
P.B. 1d4+20.
Spd 1d6+9.

Your best O.C.C. is Technical Officer and Military Specialist

89-00% Fast as Lightning:
I.Q .1D4+9.
M.E. 1d6+9.
M.A. 1d6+8.
P.S 1d6+9.
P.P 1d6+14.
P.E 1d6+10.
P.B 1d6+ 10.
Spd 2D6+20
Your best O.C.C. is Pilot giant robot, power armored ACE, Military Specialist


3.Special Aptitude Bonuses Table

Spoiler:
Note
if roll a 11, 22, 33,44,55,66 and so one add only a second Special Aptitude, the most two !!!


01-10%
Sure Shot :
+1d4 to strike with all types of projectile and weapons systems . From pistol s and energy rifles to weapons used by robot. Furthermore the usual penalties for being off balance, moving, etc and half. Does not apply to missiles


11-20%
Natural robot Ace/or fix or rotor wing
+5% to Pilot skill and +10% to Specialty Natural robot Ace/or fix or rotor wing (one specific robot which the character pilot better than any other). Also +1d4 on initiative. + 1d4 to parry and +1d4 to pull punch when piloting any type of robot or power armored pick one.



21-30 %
Giant robot/or power armor Ace:
+5% to giant robot skill and +10% to one giant robot type (one specific robot which the character pilots better than any other: his or her Favorite) .Also + 1 on Perception Rolls. + 2 to dodge and + 3 to roll with impact when piloting any type of giant robot.


31-40%
High Perception and Solid gut Instincts:
+1d4 on Perception Rolls. Roll 1d4 once when the character is first created in front of the Game Master to determine what this bonus is from that time forward and +1d4 initiative


41 to 50%
Quick Reaction Time:
+1d6 on initiative. Roll 1d6 dodge ,add 1d4 P.P,ADD 1d6 auto-parry once in front of the Game Master when the character is first created to determine what this bonus is from that time forward


51-60%
Strongman :
+1d6+4 to P.S. attribute and + 2 to pull punch. Add Height 1d10 inches, add weight 5d4%


61-70%
Fast Learner and Jack of Many Trades:
Select one extra M.O.S. but without benefit of the usual bonuses for it. Note if I.Q was is 18 or higher add two MOS !! Also if IQ 18 or higher add onetime bonus

71-80%
Quick Reflexes:
+ 1 attack per melee and + 2 to Auto-dodge ,1d6 +1 initiative , AND add 1d6 P.P once in front of the Game Master when the character is first created to determine what this bonus is from that time forward,


81-90%
Fearless :
+ 1D6+2 to save Horror Factor. However as a result, the character may also be a hot shot who take s foolish risks and daring chances.

91-00%
Charismatic/Charmer:
1d6+2 M.A. this character is especially likable and affable




O.C.C. Skills:

The following skills are in addition to the ONE M.O.S. selected below.
Athletics (General)
Climbing (+10%)
Forced March
Swimming (+10%),
Language: English or native area (+10%)
Language: One of choice (+15%).
Literacy: Native Language; +20%
Mathematics: Basic (+5%)
Military Etiquette (+15%)
Pilot: Hovercraft (Ground)
Hovercycles, Sky cycles
Rocket Bikes (+10%),
Radio: Basic (+10%)
W.P. Energy Rifle
W.P. Knife
Hand to Hand: Basic,
which can be changed to Expert at the cost of one Secondary Skill. Martial Arts and Hand to Hand: Commando are not available to the Infantry Soldier.

O.C.C. Related Skills:

Instead of the usual range of skills available, the Soldier selects one of the following M.O.S. skill bundles, below, based on the character’s area of interest, work and specialty. Note:
There is such a large range of Soldier M.O.S. skill packages, that rather than list them here, they are described at the end of this O.C.C. description. It is important to note that most M.O.S. programs have attribute requirements and may grant additional bonuses. Combat Animal Handler Combat Engineer Communications Specialist EOD/Demolitions Specialist Field Medic

Infantry Soldier M.O.S. descriptions:

Pick one.



• NUMBER 1 Infantryman:
• NUMBER 2 Infantryman:Melee Specialist
• NUMBER 3 Motorized Rifleman
• NUMBER 4 Rifleman
• NUMBER 5 Combat Engineer:
• NUMBER 6 Marksman/sniper
• NUMBER 7 Communications Specialist
• NUMBER 8 Pig Man Specialist
• NUMBER 9 Missiles Ballistic operator
• NUMBER 10 Point Man
• NUMBER 11 Scout
• NUMBER 12 Militray Specialist Branch or MS )News Correspondent/ recruiter
• NUMBER 13 Sailor
• NUMBER 14 Naval Infantryman
• NUMBER 15 Rotor/VTOL /STOL wing Air support
• NUMBER 16 fix wing Aviator
• NUMBER 17 Tank pilots
• NUMBER 18 Cyber Combat Handler
• NUMBER 19 Giant size Robot pilots
• NUMBER 20 Power armor pilots
• NUMBER 21 Drone operator
• NUMBER 22 Transportation Specialist
• NUMBER 23 EOD/Demolitions Specialist
• NUMBER 24 Field Combat Medic
• NUMBER 25 Field Engineer
• NUMBER 26 (MS) Research Specialist
• NUMBER 27 Spy or Undercover Agent
• NUMBER 28 Intelligence & Reconnaissance
• NUMBER 29 (MS) Electronic Intelligence
• NUMBER 30 (MS) Man-Hunter (MS)
• NUMBER 31 (MS) Sabotage & Harassment
• NUMBER 32 Robot Specialist Glitter boy




Spoiler:
NUMBER 1 Infantryman:
No requirements. M.O.S.
Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 on Perception Rolls regarding finding protective cover.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
None at first, may receive cybernetic or bionic repairs to serious physical injury.
M.O.S. Skills:
First Aid (+5%)
Find Contraband (+6%)
Land Navigation (+10%)
Salvage (+5%)
Physical: One of choice,
Upgrade First Aid to Paramedic (+ 1 0%).
Law: General (+1 0%)
Pilot: One of choice, any except Robots and Power Armor (+10%).
W.P.: three additional Modern
W.P. of choice (any)


NUMBER 2 Infantryman:Melee Specialist
No requirements. M.O.S.
Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 on Perception Rolls regarding finding protective cover.
+4 strike/ parry from the 6 W.P. Ancient picked
NOTE: Martial arts / Assassin hand to hand only back attack /rear attacks times 3 only
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
None at first, may receive cybernetic or bionic repairs to serious physical injury.
M.O.S. Skills:
First Aid (+5%)
Command Robots (any, but usually Combat Hound, Pup Scout or Probes)
Find Contraband (+6%)
Law: General (+1 0%)
Land Navigation (+10%)
Physical: One of choice,
Pilot: One of choice, any except Robots and Power Armor (+10%).
W.P.: two additional Modern
W.P. Ancient pick 6 of choice (any)

NUMBER 3 Motorized Rifleman
No requirements. M.O.S.
Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 on Perception Rolls regarding finding protective cover.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
None at first, may receive cybernetic or bionic repairs to serious physical injury.
M.O.S. Skills:
Weapon systems (+10%)
Command Robots (any, but usually Combat Hound, Pup Scout or Probes)
Detect Ambush (+25%)
Find Contraband (+6%)
First Aid (+5%)
Law: General (+1 0%)
Land Navigation (+10%)
Salvage (+5%)
Physical: two of choice,
Pilot: three of choice, any except Robots and Power Armor (+10%).
Pilot Related two
W.P.: 3 additional Modern (any)


NUMBER 4 Rifleman
No requirements. M.O.S.
Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 on Perception Rolls regarding finding protective cover.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
None at first, may receive cybernetic or bionic repairs to serious physical injury.
M.O.S. Skills:
Salvage (+5%)
Command Robots (any, but usually Combat Hound, Pup Scout or Probes)
Detect Ambush (+35% can go over 99% but add penalties GM call )
Detect Concealment (+25%)
Find Contraband (+6%)
First Aid (+5%)
Land Navigation (+10%)
Law: General (+1 0%)
Physical: two of choice,
Pilot: two of choice, any except Robots and Power Armor (+10%).
Recognize Weapon Quality (+25%)
W.P. Rifles
W.P. Handguns
W.P.: 3 additional Modern (any)

NUMBER 5 Combat Engineer:
Requires I.Q. of 11 or greater.
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1D6 to S.D.C.
+1 to I.Q. attribute.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
Schematic Sensor Hand, Tool Hand, Tool Mechanic’s Arm and Cyberlink Vehicle Interface.
M.O.S. Skills:
Demolitions (+10%)
Demolitions Disposal (+20%)
Excavation (+10%)
Military Fortification (+10%)
Trap Construction (+20%)
Field Armorer & Munitions (+10%).
Trap and Mine Detection (+10%)
Law: General (+1 0%)
Pilot: two of choice, any except Robots and Power Armor (+10%).
Pick (5 skills ) five skills either Mechanical Skills or Science Skills or Technical Skills
AND GET AUTOMATIC REQUIRE SKILLS
Reduce Secondary Skills by half :



NUMBER 6 Marksman/sniper :
Requires a P.P. of 12 or higher.
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1 to M.E. attribute, +2 to strike on Called Shots,
+2 on Perception Rolls regarding judging distance, wind, the difficulty of the shot and finding a target. Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
Multi-Optic Eye and Motion Detector.
M.O.S. Skills:
Camouflage (+10%)
Command Robots (any, but usually Combat Drones, Pup Scout or Probes)
Detect Concealment (+10%)
Detect Ambush (+10%)
Law: General (+1 0%)
Prowl (+20%)
Recognize Weapon Quality (+25%)
Sniper
Sharpshooting
Weapon Systems (+ 10%)
Pilot: two of choice, any except Robots and Power Armor (+10%).
W.P. Automatic Pistol AND Revolver ( ADD + 10)
W.P.: two additional Modern


NUMBER 7 Communications Specialist:
Requires an I.Q. of 10 or higher.
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 to Perception Rolls
+30% to Radio Skills :
Basic skill; use this bonus instead of the bonus listed under O.C.C. Skills.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
One additional communication Cybernetic Enhancement
(such as Finger Jack, Video Eye or Radio Transmitter).
M.O.S. Skills:
Basic Electronics (+10%)
Communication: One skill of choice (+10%).
Electronic Countermeasures (+15%)
Salvage (+5%)
Laser Communications (+20%)
T.V./Video or Surveillance (+15%)
Three Communications
Computer Operation
Computer Programming



NUMBER 8 Pig Man Specialist:
Requires a P.S. of 14 and P.E. of 12 or higher.
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 to P.S.,
+1 to strike with rifles, machine-guns, rail guns and similar modern, long range weapons.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
If light cyborg Sound Filtration System and Shoulder Weapon Mount/Clamps.
M.O.S. Skills:
Recognize Weapon Quality (+15%)
Sensory Systems (+5%)
W.P. Heavy
M.D. Weapons
W.P. Heavy Military Weapons
W.P.: 4 Modem of choice (modern ).
Weapon Systems (+20%)
Boxing
Climbing
Prowl


NUMBER 9 Missiles Ballistic operator ?anti Amour :
Requires an M.E/P.S . of 12 or higher.
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1 to strike with missiles fired from a vehicle,
+1 to strike an incoming missile in flight.
No penalties from a moving vehicle
+3 to strike with any missiles fired. Not riding a vehicle
On top of that if still prone add +2 to strike
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
Cyberlink Vehicle Interface,
Radar Sensor,
Gyrocompass.
M.O.S. Skills:
Navigation (+10%)
NBC Warfare (+10%)
Weapon Systems (+10%)
W.P. Heavy M.D. Weapons
Pick 3 Weapon Proficiencies (Modern)


NUMBER 10 Point Man
Requires an I.Q. of 9 and P.S or higher.
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+2D4 to S.D.C.
+1 to P.E.,
+2 to Perception Rolls regarding terrain condition and terrain that could be used for ambush and traps, and detecting ambushes, camouflage or traps.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
Clock Calendar,
Gyro-Compass,
Directional Sound Amplification Finger,
Sound Amplification Ear implant,
and choice of either one Multi-Optic Eye or Wide-Angle Vision.
M.O.S. Skills:
Detect Ambush (+15%)
Detect Concealment (+15%)
Land Navigation (+14%)
Prowl (+10%)
Tailing (+15%)
Pick four Weapon Proficiencies (Modern)

NUMBER 11 Scout:
M.O.S. Skills:
Horsemanship: any
Outdoorsmanship (+15%)
Track and Trap Animals (+15%)
Veterinary Science (+10%)
Detect Ambush (+15%)
Detect Concealment (+15%)
Land Navigation (+14%)
Prowl (+10%)
Tailing (+15%)
Wilderness Survival
Land Navigation (+10%)
Pilot: One of choice, any except Robots and Power Armor (+10%).
Climbing +15
Prowl
W.P. Net
W.P. Rope
Pick 2 Wilderness skills
Pick 3 Weapon Proficiencies (Ancient)
Pick 3 Weapon Proficiencies (Modern)
add 2 Language, Foreign: One of choice (+10%).
Reduce Secondary Skills to 4 :

NUMBER 12 Militray News Correspondent/ recruiter :
Requires an I.Q. of 12 or higher and an M.A. of 11 or higher.
M.O.S. Skills:
+10% Charm/Impress
+10% Trust/Intimidate regardless of M.A. attribute.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
One additional communication cybernetic enhancement (such as Video eye or Radio Transmitter), and two Hidden Storage Compartments.
M.O.S. Skills:
Cryptography (+10%)
History: Pre-Rifts (USA , only) (+5%),
pick one. Law (General) (+10%)
Law - Loopholes (+8%)
Lore: Demons and Monsters (+10%)
Lore: Magic (+10%)
Public Speaking (+15%).
Pick 2 Weapon Proficiencies (Modern)

NUMBER 13 Sailor
P.E. of 10 or higher.
M.O.S. Skills:
+1D6 to S.D.C.
+5% to Swimming skill.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
One lung implant of choice (usually Oxygen Storage Cell) and Depth Gauge.
M.O.S. Skills:
Navigation (+10%)
Pilot Boat: Motor, Race and Hydrofoil (+15%)
Pilot Boat: Ships (+5%)
SCUBA (+15%)
W.P.: two of choice


NUMBER 14 Naval Infantryman:
P.E. of 10 or higher.
M.O.S. Skills:
+1D6 to S.D.C.
+5% to Swimming skill.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
One lung implant of choice (usually Oxygen Storage Cell) and Depth Gauge.
M.O.S. Skills:
First Aid (+5%)
Find Contraband (+6%)
Land Navigation (+10%)
Salvage (+5%)
Physical: One of choice,
Upgrade First Aid (+ 1 0%).
Law: General (+1 0%)
Navigation (+10%)
Pilot: One of choice, any except Robots and Power Armor (+10%).
Pilot Boat: Motor, Race and Hydrofoil (+15%)
Pilot Boat: Ships (+5%)
SCUBA (+15%)
W.P.: Modern three additional Modern
W.P. : Ancient of choice (any)
Reduce Secondary Skills by half :



NUMBER 15 Rotor/VTOL /STOL wing Air support :
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1 to dodge in flight
+15% to perform evasive maneuvers, stunts and emergency landings.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
Bionic hand or forearm with
Cyberlink Vehicle Interface, Radar Sensor, Gyro-Compass and Speedometer.
M.O.S. Skills:
Basic Mechanics (+5%)
Navigation (+10%)
Pilot: 2 ANY
Pilot Related Pick ALL
Pilot: Jet Pack (+15%)
Pilot: Hover Vehicles (+10%).
Military: Combat Helicopter (+35%)
Military: Jet Fighters ( +25%)
Helicopter - +25%
Hover Craft - (+15%)
Combat Driving


NUMBER 16 fix wing Aviator Pilot:
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1 to dodge in flight
+15% to perform evasive maneuvers, stunts and emergency landings.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
Bionic hand or forearm with
Cyberlink Vehicle Interface, Radar Sensor, Gyro-Compass and Speedometer. M.O.S. Skills:
M.O.S. Skills:
Basic Mechanics (+5%)
Navigation (+10%)
Pilot: Hover Vehicles (ground +10%).
Military: Jet Fighters (+35%)
Pilot: Jet Aircraft (+15%)
Pilot: Jet Fighter (+20%)
Pilot: Jet Pack (+25%)
Pilot: 2 ANY
Pilot Related PICK ALL

NUMBER 17 Tank pilots
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1 to strike with main canon ,
+1 to strike an incoming missile in flight with any secondary weapon/culpa systems .
+2 to strike any missiles fired.
can fire 1d4x10+10 beyond ballistic weapons only no rail gun ,missile or energy weapon systems
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
Cyberlink Vehicle Interface,
Radar Sensor,
Gyrocompass.
M.O.S. Skills:
Navigation (+10%)
NBC Warfare (+10%)
Pilot: Tanks and APCs (+15%; ).
Pilot: Hover Vehicles
Combat Driving Pilot:
Weapon Systems (+10%)
Pick 3 Weapon Proficiencies (Modern)
W.P. Heavy M.D. Weapons

NUMBER 18 Cyber Combat Handler
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+2 on Perception Rolls regarding animals, their health and behavior, including whether they are scared, hurt, aggressive, about to attack, willing to be submissive, back off or run off if given the opportunity, and so on.
Additional Cvbernetics/Bionics:
Four additional cybernetic optical or/and radio/jaw enhancement.
The soldier is assigned
one Cybernetically expect dogs can be or up 10 (1d10)
• Falcon
• Dog
• Horse
• OTHER
(G.M.’s discretion OR TYPE animal with reason )
Breed Dogs/Animal (specific) (+15%)
full cyborg dog
https://www.deviantart.com/biagiodaless ... -747975910
in action to standard M.D.C stat
fully armed add 75 M.D.C
main body is 70 M.D.C small size dog add 50 M.D.C
main body is 80 M.D.C medium size dog 100 add M.D.C
main body is 90 M.D.C large size (normal ) dog add 120 M.D.C
main body is 100 M.D.C largest size (normal ) dog add 150 M.D.C
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M.O.S. Skills:
Falconry (New! +10%), pick one.
Horsemanship: any USA /Canada/South America or Europe
(+10%; can be upgraded to Horsemanship: Cossack at the cost of two Secondary Related Skill.)
M.O.S. Skills:
Camouflage +10
Detect Ambush+15
Detect Concealment +10
Disguise+15
Trap/Mine Detection +10
Prowl+10
Wilderness Survival +15
Pilot Related Skills +10
Outdoorsmanship Track and Trap Animals (+15%)
Veterinary Science (+10%)
W.P. Net
W.P. Rope
Can be even partial or light brog


NUMBER 19 Giant size Robot pilots
M.O.S. Bonuses:
Add +1 to all !!to favorite.
Add + 20 % one time
Make delicate handling /maneuvers for Giant size Robot +20 % in situations and even prowl base 50%
M.O.S. Skills:
Excavation & Rescue (+1 0%)
Pilot: Robots Basic (+20%)
Pilot: Robot Combat Elite:
Pilot: Robot Combat Elite
Pilot: 2 ANY
Pilot Related Pick ALL
Land Navigation (10%)
Read (& Operate) Sensory Equipment (+ 1 5%)
Pick 3 Weapon Proficiencies (Modern)
W.P. Heavy
W.P. Heavy Energy Weapons (rail guns included)


NUMBER 20 Power armor pilots
M.O.S. Bonuses:
Add +1 to all !!to favorite.
Can push speed flight only by 1d4x10% for 2d4 melee
M.O.S. Skills:
Pilot: Power Armor Basic (+9%)
Pilot: Power Armor Combat Elite:
Pilot: Jet Packs (+20%)
Pilot: Helicopter or Jet Aircraft and VOTL (+ 1 6%).
Pilot: 2 ANY
Pilot Related Pick ALL
Parachuting (+ 1 5%)
Navigation (+20%)
Land Navigation (+20%)
Read (& Operate)
Sensory Equipment (+ I 0%)
W.P. Heavy
W.P. Heavy Energy Weapons (rail guns included)
Pick 3 Weapon Proficiency (Modern)


NUMBER 21 Drone operator
M.O.S. Bonuses:
Small drones size have prowl 80 + 1% per level + 3 to all
Medium drones size 70 + 2% per level + 2 to all
Large drones size 60 + 3% per level + 1 to all
Can add spd by 1d4x10% to all
M.O.S. Skills:
Radio: Basic (+25%)
Radio: Scramblers (+10%)
Surveillance Systems (+25%)
T.V./Video (+25%)
Weapon Systems (+10%)
Computer Operation (+25%)
Computer Programming (+25%)
Basic Mechanics - (+10%)
Weapon Systems - (+25%)
Navigation (+25%)
Read (& Operate) Sensory Equipment - (+25%)
Basic Electronics (+25%)
Computer Repair (+25%)
Tracking (people) (+25%) (+25%)
Detect Ambush (+10%)
Pick 2 Weapon Proficiencies (Modern)
Reduce Secondary Skills to four :
Command Robots Drones: look below for details
Knowledge in the operation, deployment and strategic use of Army reconnaissance and combat drones robots like the Combat Drone (like Skelebot), Dog Drone (an example Chaos earth book main book) , Pup Scout (Chaos earth book main book) , Spider Probe(Chaos earth book main book) , and Flying Drone/Probe (Chaos earth book main book) . 1-10 robots are assigned to Escort/ assist/attack/patrol ,investigate area or protect the individual who commands it/them. Base Skill: Not applicable
Cybernetics:
CAN BE LIGHT CYBORG ID6 cybernetic implants of choice OR Partial or full Borg
Cybernetics:
Starts with ID6 cybernetic implants of choice. No LD. chip to avoid identification as a agent by the enemy. If a partial cyborg ( 12% are), the agent will have one or two bionic arms with I D4+2 different built-in capabilities (sensors, finger camera, weapons, etc.) for each, a bionic eye and even a pair of bionic legs

NUMBER 22 Transportation Specialist:
Requires P.E. and P.P. of at least 9.
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1 to dodge while driving
+5% to perform evasive maneuvers, stunts, rams and emergency crashes.
can have connection with Black market GM Call 2d6 one time use 1d6 mid level and 1d4 high level
30% own favor to character for each one
10% big favor to each connection
05% crime group own favor to character for each one
02% crime organization own 1d4 favor to character for each one
01% crime organization own 1d10 favor to character for each one
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
Bionic hand or forearm with
Cyberlink Vehicle Interface,
Gyro-Compass
Speedometer
M.O.S. Skills:
Combat Driving Pilot: Automobile
Combat Driving Pilot: Motorcycles & Snowmobiles (+15%)
Pilot: Hover Vehicles (+10%; ).
Pilot: Tanks and APCs (+10%; ).
Pilot: Truck (+10%)
Pilot six additional pilot skill (+20%; ).


NUMBER 23 EOD/Demolitions Specialist
Requires an I.Q. of 10 and a P.P. ,P.S of 12 or higher.
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 to M.E. and P.P. attribute,
+1 to roll with impact,
+2 to Perception Rolls regarding explosives and traps, their level of complexity, ease or difficulty to deactivate/defuse, level of danger/damage/power, range of collateral damage, whether the maker was an amateur or expert (like himself) and similar.
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
Schematic Sensor Hand,
Radiation Sensor and Macro-Eye Laser.
M.O.S. Skills:
Basic Electronics (+10%)
Demolitions (+20%)
Demolitions Disposal (+15%)
Demolitions: Underwater (+14%)
Munitions Expert (the Munitions part,
only, from the skill Field Armorer and Munitions Expert, +10%).
Trap and Mine Detection (+10%)


NUMBER 24 Field Combat Medic:
Requires an I.Q. and a P.P. of 10 or higher.
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1 to I.Q. and +2 on Perception Rolls regarding the severity of injuries, the best and most immediate repair/ surgery or treatment, stability of the patient, and at levels 4 and 8, treatment from this Field Medic to those in a coma/death situation provides the patient with a cumulative bonus of +5% to save vs coma and death (+10% when the Field Medic is at level 8 experience).
Additional Cybernetics/Bionics:
Macro-Eye Laser,
Molecular Analyzer,
Finger Laser Scalpel and Wrist/Palm Needle.
M.O.S. Skills:
Brewing: Medicinal (+5%)
Cybernetic Medicine Field Surgery (+14%)
Medical Doctor (+5%)
Pathology (+10%)
Chemistry
Xenology (+5%),
Pick 2 Weapon Proficiencies (Modern)


NUMBER 25 Field Engineer:
M.O.S. Bonuses:
NONE
M.O.S. Skills:
Basic Electronics (+ 1 5%)
Command Robots (any/all)
Computer Operation (+20%)
Electricity Generation (+ 1 0%)
Excavation & Rescue (+ 1 5%)
Jury-Rig (+20%)
Math: Advanced (+ 1 5%)
Mechanical Engineer (+ 1 5%)
Military Fortification (+ 1 5%)
Salvage (+20%)
Read (& Operate) Sensory Equipment (+20%)
Trap/Mine Detection (+20%)
Reduce Secondary Skills by half :


NUMBER 26 Research Specialist
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+1D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 to M.E. attribute,
+1 to roll with impact,
M.O.S. Skills:
Computer Programming
(+ 1 5%) Computer Hacking
(+ 1 0%) Cryptography (+20%)
Forgery (+1 5%)
Lore: Three of choice (+1 5% each).
Photography (+ 1 5%)
TV/Video (+1 0%)
TWO Communications
Espionage skill of choice (+ 1 0%).
Research (+20%)
Language, Foreign: 1d4+1of choice (+10%).
Reduce Secondary Skills by half :


NUMBER 27 Spy or Undercover Agent
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 to M.E. and +2 P.P. attribute,
+2 to roll with impact,
M.O.S. Skills:
Command Robots (probes/Drones and Pups only)
Disguise (+20%) Interrogation (+ 12%)
Imitate Voices and Impersonation (+14%)
Prowl (+1 0%) Seduction (+13%)
Streetwise (+ 14%)
Surveillance Systems (and Tailing) (+ 1 5%)
Tracking (+ 1 0%) or Concealment (+ 12%) FOR Undercover Agent PICK ONE /spy get both
Undercover Agent Language, Foreign: two of choice (+10%)
Spy Agent Language, Foreign: : 1d4+1of choice (+20%)
Spy GET BOTH Tracking AND Concealment


NUMBER 28 Intelligence & Reconnaissance
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 to M.E. and P.P. attribute,
+2 to roll with impact,
M.O.S. Skills:
Camouflage (+ 1 5%)
Command Robots (probes only)
Detect Ambush (+ 1 0%)
Detect Concealment (+ 1 5%)
Find Contraband (+1 6%) Land Navigation (+1 6%)
Prowl (+1 0%)
Tracking (+20%)
Wilderness Survival (+20%)
Wilderness Skill: One of choice (+1 5%) Intelligence
Reconnaissance GET FOUR Wilderness Skill: 4 of choice (+1 5%)
Pilot two any no robots or power armor
Language, Foreign: two of choice (+10%).

NUMBER 29(MS) Electronic Intelligence
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 to M.E. attribute,
M.O.S. Skills:
Basic Electronics (+ 1 5%)
Basic Mechanics (+ 1 0%)
Command Robots (any, though usually probes and one Hound)
Computer Hacking (+20%)
Computer Programming (+ 1 5%)
Electronic Countermeasures (+20%)
Read ( & Operate) Sensory Equipment (+ 1 5%)
Surveillance Systems (and Tailing) (+ 1 5%)
TV/Video (+20%)
Cryptography (+ 1 5%)
Language, Foreign: 1d6+1 of choice (+10%).
Reduce Secondary Skills by half :



NUMBER 30 Man-Hunter (MS)
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 to M.E. and P.P. P.S and +3 P.E attribute,
+4 to roll with impact,
M.O.S. Skills:
Command Robots (any)
Land Navigation (+20%)
Recognize Weapon Quality
(+ 1 5%) Sharpshooting
Sniper
Prowl (+1 5%)
Tracking (+20%)
W.P. Bolt-Action Rifle
W.P. : four of choice (any)
Cybernetics:
Starts with ID4 cybernetic implants of choice. No LD. chip to avoid identification as a agent by the enemy.
If a partial cyborg ( 12% are), the agent will have one or two bionic arms with I D4+2 different built-in capabilities (sensors, finger camera, weapons, etc.) for each, a bionic eye and even a pair of bionic legs.


NUMBER 31 (MS) Sabotage & Harassment:
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 to M.E.,P.P. ,P.E and P.S attribute,
+2 to roll with impact,
M.O.S. Skills:
Camouflage (+20%)
Command Robots (all)
Computer Programming (+ 1 0%)
Find Contraband (+ 1 0%)
Demolitions (+20%)
Demolitions: Underwater (+20%)
Demolitions Disposal (+1 5%)
Escape Artist (+ 1 5%)
Forgery (+20%)
Nuclear, Biological & Chemical Warfare (+ 1 5%)
Reduce Secondary Skills by half :
Cybernetics:
Starts with I D4 cybernetic implants of choice. No LD. chip to avoid identification as a agent by the enemy. If a partial cyborg ( 5% are), the agent will have one or two bionic arms with ID4+2 different built-in capabilities (sensors, finger camera, weapons, etc.) for each, a bionic eye and even a pair of bionic legs.

NUMBER 32 Robot Specialist Glitter boy :
M.O.S. Bonuses:
+2D6 to S.D.C.,
+1 to P.P. attribute,
+2 to roll with impact,
Add + 2 dodge/roll/strike range weapons of any kind from that Robot Vehicle.
Add 1d4+ years to age
Add +10 % to all ground robot vehicles.
M.O.S. Skills:
Advanced Math (+ 1 0%)
Basic Electronics (+20%)
Command Robots (all)
Locksmith (+20%)
Mechanical Engineer (+ 10%)
Pilot: Robots Basic
Pilot: Robot
(choose one specific type; any add +35 can over 99% but add penalties )
Robot Mechanics (+25%)
Weapons Engineer (+ 10%)


Secondary Skills:

Select 12 skill from the Secondary Skill list on page 300 of Rifts® Ultimate Edition at levels 1, 3, 7, 9 and 12. These are additional areas of knowledge that do not get any bonuses, other than a possible bonus for having a high I.Q. All Secondary Skills start at base level.


Standard Equipment:

Military I.D. and ration card, standard body armor, one weapon per W.P. and six E-Clips per weapon, one Vibro-Knife or Vibro-Sword, two signal flares, two smoke grenades, two fragmentation grenades, silver-plated survival knife (2D4), flashlight, distancing binoculars, utility belt, gun holster for side arm, additional air filter and gas mask, walkie-talkie, canteen, water purification tablets, anti-radiation pills, four standard uniforms, one dress uniform, pocket-sized silver cross signal mirror, utility belt, backpack and bedroll.

Naval or light Body Armor
Army Combat Armor

Spoiler:

[spoiler][color=#FF0000]Naval or light Body Armor

The constant dangers of Rifts Earth are such that Navy personnel are not safe even inside an armored juggernaut. To protect its people, the Navy has issued a version of the combat armor commonly used in pre-Rifts days. This body armor is lighter and more comfortable than the Marine 's combat armor which is issued to all combat personnel, but it can mean the difference between life and death for a Navy sailor. The armor consists of a fully padded body suit with a helmet; not required on duty except while under threat of attack. The armor has special flotation devices that add +5% to swimming rolls and serves as a life jacket. It has all the features common to modem body armor (see Rifts RPG, page 209).
• M.D.C.: 65
• Weight: 2 lbs (5 kg)
• Excellent Mobility; no penalties on the performance of prowl and other physical skills such as gymnastics.
• Maximum Depth: 1000 feet (305 m); ruptures at greater depths.
• Market Cost: 40,000 credits outside Salvation and Refuge Bases .
This is one of the items not commonly traded or sold outside Army .




Army Combat Armor
This heavy body armor has some superficial similarities to 20th Century helmets and flack jackets, but it has the addition of a faceplate/mask, can be made airtight in an instant, and has life support, as well as a built-in radio, insulation, and all features common to environmental body armor (as listed in Rifts Ultimate Ed., p. 267). Comes in many colors olive green, forest-jungle camouflage pattern, and beige brown desert camouflage pattern. Combat armor is manufactured at both bases .
• M.D.C.: 110
• Weight: 10 Ibs (9.5 kg)
• Good Mobility: - 5% on the performance of prowl and other physical skills such as gymnastics.
• Maximum Depth: 2000 feet (6 10 m)
• Market Cost: 60,000 credits outside Refuge and Salvation Bases. knock-offs (see Rifts Mercenaries for details about Iron Heart) are double weight Mobility, Depth 1000


Equipment Available Upon Assignment:

Any vehicle in which the character is trained, additional weapons, energy clips, medical kit, tool kit, portable computer, portable language translator, cameras, surveillance equipment, explosives (including fusion blocks), and has low to mid-level military clearance. Note: Availability of equipment and resources may be dependent upon the local commander, supply stock, location, casualties and combat conditions.
Money:

The foot soldiers gets a roof over his head, food, clothing, access to vehicle storage, hangars, maintenance areas, medical care and all other basic needs provided for free as part of his/her pay. The Infantry Soldier starts as a Private with a monthly salary starting at 1,100 credits a month.


Cybernetics and Bionics:
Cybernetic and Bionic Enhancement:

Though the Infantry themselves usually reserve the designation for partial cyborgs, light, full conversion cyborgs, many Infantry Soldiers can be classified as Light cyborgs Machines or partial conversion cyborgs due to the extensive bionic reconstruction they undergo. Approximately 25% of infantry soldiers receive bionic augmentations for approximately 40-50% of their bodies, making them partial cyborgs. Another 15% of infantry soldiers are full conversion cyborg classified as Light cyborgs. The remaining 50% of the infantry start out as completely human with only 6 cybernetic implants of choice. Of course, injuries in combat may substantially increase the amount of bionic augmentation a soldier ultimately ends up with.
Note:
Infantry soldiers who receive 55% or more bionic conversion usually stay in the military for life or a long stretch of 30-50 years of service.
Spoiler:
01-50% Human Infantry Soldiers: No bionics,light borg but has 1D4 cybernetic implants (clock calendar, etc.).

51-85% Partial Cyborg Infantry Soldier only 6 cybernetic implants

55-80% of the soldier’s body has been Light cybernetically enhanced.
• One Headjack and one Finger Jack.
• Cyberlink Vehicle Interface.
• Two Sensor/Communication System implants of choice.
• Reinforced endo-skeleton and body frame (20 M.D.C. to 80 M.D.C )
• Full leg conversion. Speed: 45 (30 mph/48 km), can leap 10 feet (3 m) high or 12 feet (3.7 m) lengthwise from a standing start or double that with a short run. Each leg has 60 M.D.C. and each foot has 18 M.D.C.
• One bionic arm (40 M.D.C.) and hand (12 M.D.C.) with one forearm and one hand weapon. The P.S. and the P.P. of the bionic arm are 18.
• Lung implants: Gas Filtration System and Oxygen Storage Cell.

86-00% Full Conversion Light Cyborg :
The Infantry soldier is a full conversion cyborg. See the Military Grade

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Looking much better. There's some bits with the skills that amount to clashes with my personal preferences, but that's minor. The largest issue I have is the proportion of cybernetics and bionics. My feeling was that the US was much more conservative that some others (and that's not including Russia), but again that's personal preference.


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Omegasgundam wrote:
Looking much better. There's some bits with the skills that amount to clashes with my personal preferences, but that's minor. The largest issue I have is the proportion of cybernetics and bionics. My feeling was that the US was much more conservative that some others (and that's not including Russia), but again that's personal preference.

cool thank you so much!!!
I will post detail information on each M.O.S but don't have the time

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Draft

Military Cyber Combat -Humanoid Called Jellyfish O.C.C.
Light Full Conversion Cyborg


Statistics for Military cyber-Humanoids



Size & Shape:
Completely human size !!! Or whatever natural appearance is suitable for the character' s race. Likewise, skin, hair, etc., are all natural-looking and even cosmetic cybernetics are usually avoided

Spoiler:
M.D.C. of Main Body:
300 M.D.C for this 'Borg.


M.D.C. of Limbs:
All start at half of the possible maximum amount of M.D.C. for the Cyborg O.C.C., i.e.,
helmet 65 (1)
Head 50 (1)
bionic hands (5) 60 M.D.C ,
bionic Arms(5) 60 M.D.C ,
Bionic leg (2) 92 M.D.C .
Additional M.D.C. may be purchased at any time (provided a facility is available)
throughout the character' s lifetime.



Arms & Hands(10)
Maximum Attributes: P.S. & P.P. but the maximum is 20. Souped-Up Bionics goes up to 24 .
Weapons & Features Possible:
• per Hand: Two (three if small and not weapons) or a multi-system sensor hand.
• per hand Wrist: One.
• per hand Knuckles: One each.
• per hand Fingers: One weapon or other feature (sensor, camera, etc.) per each digit.
• Forearm: one , typically concealed that’s 10 total!!!.

Retractable Forearm Vibro/energy -BIade Shields (10) : that 10 total
An M.D.C. forearm plate with a retractable vibro-blade.
A detachable flashlight
Mega-Damage:
Vibro-Blade : 2D6 M.D.C and energy base 1d4+8 total 1d6x10 M.D.C for both and detachable

• Shoulder & Upper Arm: Zero.
Legs & Locomotion : Humanoid in configuration.
Maximum Speed Attribute :
the maximum is 132 (90 mph ). Souped-Up Bionics SPD 108 MPH
Can leap 6 feet ( 1 .8 m) high and 12 feet (3 .6 m) across Normal
Souped-Up Bionics Can leap 7 feet high and 14 feet ) across;
increase by 20% with a running start Souped-Up Bionics increase by 40%.
Can leap 10 feet ( 1 .8 m) high and 16 feet (3 .6 m) across

Other Leg Attributes:
P.S. & P.P. maximum is 20. Souped-Up Bionics 24

Weapons & Features Possible: Concealed

Available Cyborg Armor Types :
Tends to avoid known "cyborg" armor because it reveals their true nature, instead the Cyber-Humanoid uses conventional body armor. However, the character could wear any light or medium cyborg armor or heavy human armor or combat armor.

Special Body Armor/Deep-Sea Environmental Body Armor
Medium cyborg armor
that is designed to withstand underwater depths . Often a completely contained environmental suit that plugs into existing cybernetic armor and systems.
• 185 M.D.C.

• Good Mobility

• Maximum Depth Tolerance: 2 miles

•The exoskeleton adds the following bonuses to the attributes :
+10 to P.S
+10 to spd, and reduces the rate of fatigue by 95 %

• Underwater:
The micro-thruster system propels the power armor underwater or a surfaced (semi-submerged) at a speed of 60 mph (96.5 kmph; 5 1 . 6 knots) !
Depth Gauge & Alarm :
An internal implant that can calculate depth. A digital counter can indicate the exact depth via internal audio or HUD system and make warning sounds when the character is within 2 miles maximum depth tolerance
Remaining Body Options for Cyber-Humanoid. Bionicand/or Cybernetic Implants & Features:

• Micro-Aerial Jet Thrusters: ( must have fighter pilot skills in order to use )
small power supply usually implanted to boost the main for drops at 85,000 feet can fly speed 400 MPH max height 20,000 feet

These are implants, sensors, optics, audio systems and other features that can be applied to bionic limbs

the human body,
clock calendar,
bio-comp,
cyber-disguise,
radio system,
Headjack,
modular connector unit,
cosmetics, and in addition to the following below .
already built in systems
Penalties of conversion:
Simulated sense of touch, while a remarkable 96%, is less than a human. No prowl penalty, even wearing heavy body armor.

Built in systems look below
1. Bionic gills look below
2. Bionic lung with gas filter & oxygen storage cell
3. Built-in language translator
4. Built-in loudspeaker
5. Built-in radio receiver & transmitter
6. Built-in depth gauge
7. Clock calendar
8. Gyro-compass
9. optional Concealed energy-clip hand or arm port ( 1 per each arm)
10. Modulating voice synthesizer
11. Multi-optic eyes
12. Radar (short range)
13. Rear optics in the back of the head
14. Universal headjack with amplified hearing and sound filtration
15. Sonar
16. Echo-location system


the following can be on Armour or cyborg systems
Sound Suppression System:

This is an advanced version of some pre-Rifts measures used to control sound pollution. A sound emitter
is built alongside the skin of the cyborg (will only work if the ' borg is wearing light M.D.C. armor; heavy cyborg armor will muffle the emitter). The emitter then sends out sound waves in exactly the opposite
frequencies as the noises made by the ' borg, neutralizing them. Human ears cannot sense the sounds; additionally, special rubber soles and joints contribute to the reduced sound: the common prowl penalty is eliminated when using these two systems.

Restrictions: none . +20 to prowl


Artificial Gills:
gills can be implants or built into partial and full conversion borgs. Gills are usually placed in the neck or rib cage, or just below the ribs. They enable the recipient of the implant to remove oxygen
from the water like a fish and breathe underwater for indefinite periods
of time.

Sonar:
Basically underwater radar. It can identify and track up to 24 targets simultaneously and has a range of two miles ( 3 . 2 km) .

Sonic Echo-Location :
A bionic system similar to that of the dolphin. This bionic mechanism is not as sensitive as the dolphin ' s and is used to determine distance and depth underwater, and to "see" in total darkness by creating a sound picture. When in total darkness, the cyborg suffers from none of the usual penalties from blindness and canmaneuver and fight as normal . B se level of proficiency: 78% +1% per level in accurately gauging distance, depth and shapes ; Range : 6000 feet .

Conceal Back up Underwater thruster system ( on cyborg only ):
one rear area and one per hip one rear total three
The thruster system propels the power armor underwater or a surfaced (semi-submerged) at a speed of 30mph depth 2 miles !

Conceal Back up micro-Aerial Jet Thrusters: ( must have fighter pilot skills in order to use, on cyborg only )
small power supply usually implanted to boost the main drps at 8,000 feet can fly speed 120 MPH max height 2000 feet

strength/signals of computer and communication implants; increases
the clarity of sound and increase range by 25 %

Radio & Scrambler Implant
An implant
with organic circuitry developed by the military that enables the user
to interface with a specially modified radio through mental control.
For most cyborgs, the shortwave radio will be housed in a compartment
on the armored back. It has a range of 1 00 miles ( 1 60 km) , can
broadcast on 800 frequencies and automatically scrambles and decodes
all transmissions. It can also send scrambled and coded messages

Signal Booster
small power supply usually implanted to boost the strength/signals of computer and communication implants; increases the clarity of sound and increase range by 25 % Usually built into a sensor hand or prosthetic with hair-like sensor wires that are actually tiny motion detector sensors.
However, a motion detection sensor system may be implanted in the arm, leg or head with sensor wires hidden among the human hair. Provided the sensor wires are not covered (the arm or leg with the detector must be bare), the system will work to measure noticeable movement near the character. The reliability of the detector is quite limited, but can be used to accurately assess wind direction and wind speed, and to detect the rapid approach of large moving objects, such as a vehicle, aircraft, power armor etc., whose rap id approach or large size causes a disturbance in the air. A motion detector is especially useful in the dark because the speeding object must usually be within 500 feet (152 m) to create a detectable air current. Likewise, the motion sensor will detect the movement of somebody/thing moving nearby, within 40 fe et (12 m), but only if the sensor user is motionless or barely moving itself.
The sensor can also detect sudden changes in air current and pressure caused by somebody opening a door or window, and can estimate speed of travel when inside an open-air (or open window) vehicle

Additional Hand and Arm(10) hand to hand
A pair of additional hands and arms
can be attached to the reinforced rib cage just below the usual pair. The second set of limbs are a bit smaller and lighter than the normal full body replacements, but are still quite formidable additions

Bonuses:
A pair of arms and hands add one attack, strike and parry that 5 pairs or 10 arms
per melee and a bonus of + 5 to attacks ,strike and parry to the character's overall
combat skills. The arm ' s individual attribute bonuses apply only to that arm and not the character' s accumulative combat abilities. A single hand and arm pair adds only a bonus of + 1 to attacks ,strike and parry for every two arms


Amplified Hearing

A system of tiny sound amplifiers, microphones and receivers are built into the ear canal, enabling the character to hear almost inaudible sounds at 100 yards/meters away.
At 75 feet (22.9 m), sounds as quiet as one decibel, softer than
a whisper, can be heard.
At 150 feet (45.8 m), sounds as quiet as 10 decibels, a whisper,
can be heard clearly.
At 360 feet (110 m), sounds in the normal conversation range of
30 decibels can be heard as if the character was standing only a few
feet away. This is the maximum range for eavesdropping on conversations;
only sounds 70 decibels or louder can be accurately heard
and location pinpointed from 500 to 1000 feet away (152.4 m to
304.8 m).
The amplified hearing also enables the character to accurately
estimate the distance and location of the sound source, and recognize
specific sounds and voices at a base skill of 35% plus 5% per level
of experience. Bonuses: +1 to parry, +2 to dodge, +6 on initiative.
Note: Background noise, such as other conversations, traffic,
machine noise, etc., as well as closed doors and wall, will decrease
the range and clarity of what can be heard. GMs use your discretion

The Decibel Scale

20 decibel sound is 10 times louder than a 10 decibel sound, 30
decibels is 100 times louder than 10 decibels and 40 decibels is 1000
times louder. One decibel is the smallest difference between sounds
detectable by the human ear.
10 decibels: a light whisper
20 decibels: a quiet conversation
30 decibels: a normal conversation
40 decibels: light traffic
50 decibels: loud conversation
60 decibels: shouting
70 decibels: heavy traffic
80 decibels: loud noise like subway train, rock conceit
90 decibels: very loud, thunder or explosion
100 decibels: jet take-off; temporarily deafening (2D4 seconds).
140 decibels: Sonic boom; painful, temporarily deafening (2D4 minutes).


Legs for Leaping

bionic legs specifically designed for leaping and
quick movement (dodging). Can leap 15 feet (4.6 m) high and 30 feet (9. 1 m) lengthwise.
Increase by Double if combined with booster jets in the legs.
Bonus: + 2 to Auto dodge and + 1 on initiative when attempting a dodge or leap of any kind. with booster jets in the legs+ 4 to Auto dodge and + 2 on initiative

Head:
Motion Detector
Six maximum large. Nothing obvious.

Eyes:
Multi-Optics eyes or eyes with as many as three enhanced optic features each. The often referred to HUD or picture in picture display feature comes standard with all bionic eyes and does not count as one of the three selections. HUD is not standard in cybernetic eyes and not possible in Bio-System eyes.

Ears :
Four.

Mouth/Throat/Jaw:
Five.

Neck/Throat:
Three.

Chest:
Two.

Cosmetics (general body) :
12 , but usually none other than disguises and beauty enhancing features

Forearm
Ten one per arms

Penalties:
None. Average body weight is 100-200 pounds Additional appendages are not acceptable unless the real life creature the Cyber-Humanoid is impersonating has them.


Military Combat Cyber-Humanoid O.C.C.



Spoiler:
O.C.C. skills:
Speaks Native Language (+25%).
One other Language of choice (+20%).
1D4 other spoken Language
Literacy in one (+ 1 5%).
Math: Basic (+ 1 0%)
Radio: Basic (+ 1 0%)
Land Navigation (+ 1 0%)
Disguise (+ 1 5%)
Intelligence (+ 1 0%)
Escape Artist (+ 1 0%)
Prowl (+ 1 5%)
Paramedic (+ 1 0%)
Imitate Voices & Impersonation (+ 1 2%)
Computer Operation(+ 1 5%)
Seduction (+ 1 0%)
Dance (+ 1 0%)
Streetwise (+5%)
Swimming: (+ 1 5%)
S.C.U.B.A(+ 1 5%)
Camouflage (+5%)
Pilot skill of choice pick 5 (+ 1 0%); excluding robot and power armor skills.
W.P. 1D6 Ancient Weapon of choice.
W.P. 1D4 Modem Weapon of choice.
Hand to Hand: Commando


NOTE If pick up W.P. Sharpshooting: Sharp shooting Borgs are limited to only one.

1. The Sharpshooter's "Called" Shot
2. Quick Draw
3. Trick Shooting
• Can shoot over his shoulder
• Accurately shoot while riding
• Shoot accurately
• Dodge,
• Ricochet shot


O.C.C. Related Skills:

Select 18 other skills, plus select one additional skill at levels 3, 6, 9, and 1 2 . All new skills start at level one Proficiency.

Communications: Any (+ 10%).
Cowboy: None.
Domestic : Any.
Electrical: Basic Electronics only (+5%).
Espionage: Forgery and Tracking only (+5%).
Horsemanship: General only.
Mechanical: Basic Mechanics and Automotive only (+5%).
Medical: First Aid only (+5%).
Military: Any.
Physical: Any that are still appropriate.
Pilot: Any (+5%); except robot, power armor.
Pilot Related: Any.
Rogue: Cardsharp, Concealment, Palming, Streetwise (any), and Ventriloquism only.
Science: Any.
Technical: Any (+5%).
W.P. : Any
Wilderness: Any



Secondary Skills:


Spoiler:
The character also gets to select 10 secondary skills from the list, excluding those marked "None," at level one and one additional skill at levels 4, 8, and 12.
These are additional areas of knowledge that do not get the advantage of the bonus listed in parentheses. All secondary skills start at the base skill level


Standard Equipment:


Spoiler:
Light to medium M.D. C. body armor,
set of fashionable clothing, set of traveling clothes, tinted goggles or sunglasses, air fIlter, flashlight, cigarette lighter, pocket mirror, small portable tool kit or first-aid kit, language
translator (unless built-in) or pocket computer, two utility belts, sleeping bag, backpack or duffle bag, two small sacks, ID4 large sacks, a canteen and some personal items.


Weapons:


Spoiler:
One for each W.P. skill, and 1D10 additional E-Clips/ammo clips for each.
Armor: Bushman Body Armor
or
similar body armor with around 60-70 M.D.C. No vehicle to start.


Bionics & Cybernetics:


Spoiler:
Full conversion cyborg with all basic features and ALWAYS starts with two Cyber-Disguise features
and Modulating Voice Synthesizer. As for additional items, he or she gets as many as half the total number of possible bionic features listed in the opening under Statistics for Cyborgs.

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Mhm. This is the sort of thing that almost everybody with the tech would make at some point or another. While not appropriate (or cost effective) for the battlefield there are no shortage of covert ops where it would be far more effective than a normal human.

As a note, you don't need to spoiler the small sections (Secondary Skills and after).


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Omegasgundam wrote:
Mhm. This is the sort of thing that almost everybody with the tech would make at some point or another. While not appropriate (or cost effective) for the battlefield there are no shortage of covert ops where it would be far more effective than a normal human.

As a note, you don't need to spoiler the small sections (Secondary Skills and after).

ok thank you getting the hang of this

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ZINO wrote:
Omegasgundam wrote:
Mhm. This is the sort of thing that almost everybody with the tech would make at some point or another. While not appropriate (or cost effective) for the battlefield there are no shortage of covert ops where it would be far more effective than a normal human.

As a note, you don't need to spoiler the small sections (Secondary Skills and after).

ok thank you getting the hang of this

At the very least I can expect to be able to actually READ everything you post on the page, which is an improvement.


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Omegasgundam wrote:
ZINO wrote:
Omegasgundam wrote:
Mhm. This is the sort of thing that almost everybody with the tech would make at some point or another. While not appropriate (or cost effective) for the battlefield there are no shortage of covert ops where it would be far more effective than a normal human.

As a note, you don't need to spoiler the small sections (Secondary Skills and after).

ok thank you getting the hang of this

At the very least I can expect to be able to actually READ everything you post on the page, which is an improvement.

have you seen
N.A.A.T
page 7
The Foot solider O.C.C.
In RIFTS North America and Europe Foot soldier, THE guards men ,THE guards , Guardians or Peace keeper
that has 40 M.O.S

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Weapons Of ArmTech





Note Please

roll a one (1) weapon blow up!! Roll 2 (two)gun jam ,3(three) gun jam,4(four) gun jam,5 ( five) MISS on a D20 OR 1D20 TO strike !!!for all weapons 18 or better double damage
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
This will tell you the type of weapon can fire per attack
Damage:
There is going S.D.C ROUND AND M.D.C ROUND you can only have one type of rounds not combine both either using S.D.C ROUND OR M.D.C ROUND both damage per round will be posted
The one posted will be high-end M.D.C ROUND if you can go lower Damage yes you can ther is some that will say Phase world mean not found in rifts earth and may be brought to Rifts earth
Effective Range:
This is how far these weapons can go mind you this base and general information
Payload:
How many rounds are in that weapon systems


M9 Beretta:
The Beretta M9, officially the Pistol, Semiautomatic, 9mm, M9, is the designation for the Beretta 92FS semi-automatic pistol used by the United States Armed Forces. The M9 was adopted by the United States military as their service pistol in 1985.
The 92FS won a competition in the 1980s to replace the M1911A1 as the primary sidearm of the U.S. military, beating many other contenders, and only narrowly defeating the SIG Sauer P226 for cost reasons. It officially entered service in 1990. Some other pistols have been adopted to a lesser extent, namely the SIG P228 pistol, and other models remain in use in certain niches.
The M9 was scheduled to be replaced under a United States Army program, the Future Handgun System (FHS), which was merged with the SOF Combat Pistol program to create the Joint Combat Pistol (JCP). The JCP was renamed Combat Pistol (CP), and the number of pistols to be bought was drastically cut back. The U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps are replacing the M9 with the SIG Sauer M17 and M18.[11]


Colt Style 9mm Pistol:
History
The pistol that would eventually be named the Colt Commander was Colt's Manufacturing Company's candidate in a U.S. government post-World War II trial to find a lighter replacement for the M1911 pistol that would be issued to officers. Requirements were issued in 1949 that the pistol had to be chambered for 9 mm Parabellum and could not exceed 7 inches in length or weigh more than 25 ounces.[2]
Candidates included Browning Hi-Power variants by Canada's Inglis and Belgium's Fabrique Nationale, and Smith & Wesson's S&W Model 39. Colt entered a modified version of their M1911 pistol that was chambered for 9 mm Parabellum, had an aluminum alloy frame, a short 4.25-inch barrel, and a 9-round magazine. In 1950, Colt moved their candidate into regular production. It was the first aluminum-framed large frame pistol in major production and the first Colt pistol to be originally chambered in 9 mm Parabellum. The first year's production included 45 ACP and 38 Super chamberings.[2]
In 1970, Colt introduced the all-steel "Colt Combat Commander", with an optional model in satin nickel. To differentiate between the two models, the aluminum-framed model was renamed the "Lightweight Commander".[2]

Rate of fire (ROF): varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
3D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D per single shot.
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D per single shot.
Effective Range: 150 feet (45.7 m).
Payload: 15 shot clip.



45 caliber Pistol:

The .45 ACP (not to be confused with .45 colt) cartridge is a very popular caliber due to its low velocity and relatively high stopping power. This caliber is associated most with the Colt M1911, logically, as ACP literally means 'Automatic Colt Pistol'. However, there are many more guns and variations on the M1911 that are chambered in .45 ACP. This list does not list all of them, just ones that have links to pages on Wikipedia, for further inquiry.

Effective Range: 150 feet (45.7 m).
Rate of fire (ROF): varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double-tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage: 4D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUND

5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D phase world tech
Payload: 7 or 13 shot ammo clip.



10mm Colt Delta Elite:
History

The Delta Elite is credited as being the first firearm produced by a major manufacturer to chamber the 10mm.[2] The ill-fated[clarification needed] Bren Ten sparked a genuine interest in the 10mm round with outdoorsmen and as a defense round.

The pistol was dropped from production in 1996 due to lackluster sales and the availability of smaller pistols with higher magazine capacities chambered in .40 S&W.[3]

Colt announced the re-introduction of the Delta Elite at the 2008 SHOT Show. This new generation is generally similar to the previous version. The "new" Delta Elites will be manufactured with the traditional barrel/bushing arrangement. Colt Customer Service stated they had a lack of acceptable accuracy problem with the "bull" bushingless barrel setup. That was the cause of the delay in the Delta Elite's production schedule. The new Delta Elite pistol was released March 31, 2009.[

Rate of fire (ROF): varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
4D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D
Effective Range: 150 feet (45.7 m).
Payload: 9 or 15 shot clip.


.357 Magnum Revolver
.357 Magnum Revolver Pistol:

The .357 Smith & Wesson Magnum, .357 S&W Magnum, .357 Magnum, or 9×33mmR as it is known in unofficial metric designation, is a smokeless powder cartridge with a .357-inch (9.07 mm) bullet diameter. It was created by Elmer Keith, Phillip B. Sharpe,[2] and Douglas B. Wesson[2][3] of firearm manufacturers Smith & Wesson and Winchester.[4][5] The .357 Magnum cartridge is notable for its highly effective terminal ballistics.

The .357 Magnum cartridge is based upon Smith & Wesson's earlier .38 Special cartridge. It was introduced in 1935, and its use has since become widespread. This cartridge began the "Magnum era" of handgun ammunition.[6] The "Magnum era" began with the .375 H&H rifle cartridge, spreading to handguns with the .357 Magnum.

Rate of fire (ROF): varies For M.D.C

Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage: 4D6+2 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.
Effective Range: 150 feet (45.7 m).
Payload: 6 or 13 shot clips






.41 Magnum Revolver:

Development

In 1963, Elmer Keith and Bill Jordan, with some help from Skeeter Skelton, petitioned Smith & Wesson, Remington, and Norma to produce a pistol and ammunition in .41 caliber which would fall between the extant .357 Magnum and .44 Magnum cartridges in ballistic performance, and at the same time address perceived shortcomings with those loads.[1] While as early as 1955 Keith had suggested a new, medium-powered ".41 Special" cartridge, this idea was passed over in favor of the higher-powered "Magnum" option, and the Special survives only as a custom wildcat cartridge, bearing roughly the same relation to the .41 Remington Magnum as the .38 Special does to the .357 Magnum and as the .44 Special does to the .44 Magnum.[2]

The .357 Magnum suffered from restricted terminal ballistic effectiveness in the early 1960s, as jacketed hollow point bullets were not yet commonly available, and the manufacturer's standard loadings consisted of simple lead bullets. The powerful .44 Magnum, primarily a heavy hunting round, was considered overkill for police use, generating too much recoil for control under rapid fire. In addition, the revolvers chambered for the .44 were considered too large, bulky, and heavy for police to carry.[1][3]

Keith's original vision called for dual power levels in the .41, a heavy magnum load pushing a 210-grain (14 g) JHP at a muzzle velocity of 1,300–1,400 feet per second (ft/s), and a milder police loading which was to send a 200-grain (13 g) downrange at around 900 ft/s.[1][3]

These plans went awry due to an ongoing fascination in the firearms community with high-powered cartridges; Remington was swayed by this community's influence and instead of following Keith's blueprint, chose to emphasize the performance of the new cartridge. As a result, the .41 "Magnum" load was released at an advertised 1,500 ft/s, and even the "light" police loading was introduced with a 210 grain lead "warmed up" to about 1,150 ft/s. However, the police load as delivered was regarded as overpowered by most law enforcement agencies, many of whom were still using .38 Special revolvers.[1][3]

Additionally, Smith & Wesson had simply adapted their large N-frame revolvers for the new cartridge, which did not address size and weight concerns.[1][4] The Model 58, targeted for the law enforcement market, was introduced on July 10, 1964. Weighing 41 ounces, the Model 58 compared unfavorably with other revolvers available at the time, such as Smith's own 34 ounce Model 10 in .38 Special.

These combined factors mostly eliminated the .41 Magnum from consideration for its intended market as a law enforcement firearm, although it continued to be touted as such and was adopted by a few law enforcement agencies. Ultimately, the greater round capacities of most semi-automatic, magazine fed handguns has eclipsed the traditional six-shot revolver for law enforcement work, though revolvers in general are still more prevalent in the field.

Smith & Wesson produced a high-end, premium revolver in .41 Magnum, the Model 57, almost identical to the .44 Magnum-chambered Model 29.[1] Magnum Research's Desert Eagle division produced a .41 Remington Magnum in their semi-automatic Mark VII. Sturm Ruger began producing their Blackhawk series single-action revolver in the mid-1960s in .41 Magnum and is still in production today.

A couple of manufacturers have produced lever-action rifles chambered in .41 Magnum. Marlin produced four variants of its Model 1894, including the 1894S (20 in barrel, blued, straight stock), 1894FG (20 in barrel, blued, pistol-grip stock), 1894SS LTD (16 in barrel, stainless steel, straight stock) and 1894 CCL (20 in octagonal barrel, blued, straight stock.) However, they no longer offer any model chambered for it. Henry Repeating Arms introduced a .41 Magnum variant of their Big Boy Steel model in 2016.

Rate of fire (ROF): varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage: 5D6 S.D.C
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS.
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D

Effective Range:
180 feet (54.8 m).
Payload:
6 round cylinder.




.44 Magnum Revolver:

The .44 Remington Magnum, also known as .44 Magnum or 10.9x33mmR, is a rimmed, large-bore cartridge originally designed for revolvers and quickly adopted for carbines and rifles. Despite the ".44" designation, guns chambered for the .44 Magnum round, and its parent, the .44 Special, use 0.429 in (10.9 mm) diameter bullets.[2] The .44 Magnum is based on the .44 Special case but lengthened and loaded to higher pressures for greater velocity and energy.

Famously called "the most powerful handgun [cartridge] in the world" by Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry, the .44 Magnum has since been eclipsed in power by the .454 Casull, .460 S&W Magnum, .480 Ruger, .50 Action Express, and .500 S&W Magnum; nevertheless, due in part to more manageable recoil it has remained one of the most popular commercial large-bore magnum cartridges.

Damage:
6D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage: Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D

Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Effective Range:
180 feet (54.8 m).
Payload:
6 round cylinder.






.38 Smith & Wesson and Colt Revolver:

The round was first introduced in 1877 for use in the S&W .38 Single Action.[1] As standard for the era, it featured heeled bullet with the same diameter of bullet and case neck equal to .38 inch; later versions discarded the feature and downsized the bullet, but the designation didn't change.

After World War I, the British military sought to replace pre-war revolvers with easier to handle weapons. Webley demonstrated a lighter version of their Mk III revolver with modified .38 S&W ammunition, firing a heavy 200-grain (13 g) bullet. It received favorable reports, and the revolver was accepted in principle.

As Webley had used the .38 S&W cartridge dimensions for their revolver, and the cartridge length was fixed by the size of the cylinder of the revolver (the same as for the wider .455), Kynoch produced a cartridge with the same dimensions as the .38 S&W but with 2.8 grains (0.18 g) of "Neonite" nitrocellulose powder and a 200 grain (13.0 g) bullet. In tests performed on cadavers and live animals, it was found that the lead bullet, being overly long and heavy for its calibre, become unstable after penetrating the target, somewhat increasing target effect. The relatively low velocity allowed all of the energy of the cartridge to be spent inside the human target, rather than the bullet passing through. This was deemed satisfactory and the design for the cartridge was accepted as the ".38/200 Cartridge, Revolver Mk I".

After a period of service, it was realized that the 200 gr (13 g) soft lead bullet could arguably contravene the Hague Conventions, which outlawed the use of bullets designed so as to "expand or flatten easily in the human body". A new cartridge was therefore adopted as "Cartridge, Pistol, .380 Mk II" or ".380 Mk IIz", firing a 180 gr (11.7 g) full metal jacket bullet. The .38/200 Mk I loading was retained in service for marksmanship and training purposes. However, after the outbreak of war, supply exigencies and the need to order readily available and compatible ammunition, such as the .38 S&W Super Police, from U.S. sources forced British authorities to issue both the .38/200 Mk I and MkII/IIz cartridges interchangeably to forces deploying for combat.[2]

The Cartridge S.A. Ball Revolver .380 inch Mark II and Cartridge S.A. Ball Revolver .380 inch Mark IIz cartridge were theoretically phased out of British service in 1963, when the 9×19mm semi-automatic Browning Hi-Power pistol was finally issued to most British and Commonwealth forces.



Colt Revolver:

The .38 Long Colt, also known as .38 LC, is a black powder cartridge introduced by Colt's Manufacturing Company in 1875. In 1892, it was adopted as a standard military pistol cartridge by the United States Army for the Colt M1892 revolver. The metric designation for the .38 Long Colt is 9.1×26mm. It is slightly more powerful than the .38 Short Colt, also known as .38 SC. The original .38 SC and .38 LC differ in case length, bullet diameter, weight, and design and are not interchangeable; however, modern production .38 SC ammunition is now loaded with a smaller, internally-lubricated bullet which can be fired from firearms chambered in .38 LC or .38 Special. The modern .38 LC can be fired from .38 Special firearm, but not from a firearm designed for the .38 SC, since the case length is too long.[2]

Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
2D6+2 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage: Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D

Effective Range:
120 feet (36.5 m).
Payload:
6 round cylinder.









9mm round

The 9×19mm Parabellum (also known as 9mm Parabellum or 9mm Luger) is a rimless, tapered firearms cartridge.

Originally designed by Austrian firearm designer Georg Luger in 1901,[6] it is widely considered the most popular handgun and submachine gun cartridge due to its low cost and extensive availability.[7][8][9] It is a standard cartridge for NATO forces as well as in many non-NATO countries.

Since the cartridge was designed for the Luger semi-automatic pistol, it has been given the designation of 9mm Luger by the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute (SAAMI)[10] and the Commission Internationale Permanente pour l'Epreuve des Armes à Feu Portatives (CIP).[2]

A 2007 US survey concluded that "about 60 percent of the firearms in use by police are 9mm [Parabellum]" and credited 9×19mm Parabellum pistol sales with making semiautomatic pistols more popular than revolvers.[11


9mm Submachine-gun:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
3D6 S.D.C. per single shot
6D6 per three round short burst
Mega-Damage:Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D
Effective Range:
650 feet (198 m).
Payload: 30 round magazine.


9mm Ingram Submachine-gun:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks


Damage:
4D6 S.D.C. per single shot,
1D4x10 per three round short burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D
Effective Range:
650 feet (198 m).
Payload:
30 or 50 round magazine.

9mm Uzi Submachine-gun:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
3D6 S.D.C. per single shot
6D6 per three round short burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D
Effective Range:
600 feet (183 m). Payload: 30 or 50 round magazine.


9mm Mini-Uzi Submachine-gun:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
2D6 S.D.C. per single shot
4D6 per three round short burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D
Effective Range:
500 feet (152 m).
Payload:
15 or 30 round magazine.






5.6mm round
The 5.6×39mm, also known in the U.S. as .220 Russian, is a cartridge developed in the late 1950s for deer hunting in USSR as well as 100 meter running deer competitions. It fires a 5.6mm projectile from necked down 7.62×39mm brass. It was later adopted by Finland, and by around 1965 was being produced by SAKO and Lapua. When it was introduced to the United States, Sako, and later Lapua, brass was stamped ".220 Russian".

Soviet 5.6×39mm cartridges were loaded with smokeless powder VT (винтовочный пироксилиновый порох ВТ), as well as Soviet 7.62×54mmR and 9×53mmR hunting cartridges[4]

The 7.62×39mm is the parent case for the .220 Russian, .22 PPC, 6mm PPC, 6mm ARC, and the 6.5mm Grendel cartridges.


5.6mm Bolt-Action Sniping Rifle:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks
Damage:
5D6 S.D.C. per single shot.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

5D4 X10 S.D.C OR 2 M.D
Effective Range:
2000-2400 feet
Payload: 8-16 round magazine.
Note:
Stats vary slightly with , specific weapon models and manufacturers.


7.6mm round
7.6mm Sniping Rifle:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double-tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
6D6 S.D.C. per single shot.

Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D
Effective Range:
2200-2800 feet
Payload:
8-16 round magazine.
Note: Stats vary slightly with specific weapon models and manufacturers.







5.56mm Assault Rifle:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
3D6 S.D.C. per single shot
6D6 per three round short burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D4 X10 S.D.C OR 2 M.D
5d6x10 S.D.C OR 3 M.D
Effective Range:
1200 feet (366 m). Payload: 20 to 50 round magazine.

5.56mm M16A2 Assault Rifle:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
3D6 S.D.C. per single shot
6D6 per three round short burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D4 X10 S.D.C OR 2 M.D

Effective Range:
1900 feet (579 m).
Payload:
20, 30 or 50 round magazine.



7.56mm Assault Rifle:

The 7.62 mm caliber is a nominal caliber used for a number of different cartridges. Historically, this class of cartridge was commonly known as .30 caliber, the imperial unit equivalent, and was most commonly used for indicating a class of full-power military main battle rifle (MBR) cartridges. The measurement equals 0.30 inches or three decimal lines, written .3″ and read as three-line.[1]

The 7.62 mm designation refers to the internal diameter of the barrel at the lands (the raised helical ridges in rifled gun barrels). The actual bullet caliber is often 7.82 mm (0.308 in), although Soviet weapons commonly use a 7.91 mm (0.311 in) bullet, as do older British (.303 British) and Japanese cartridges


7.56mm Assault Rifle:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
5D6 S.D.C. per single shot
1D6x10 per three round short burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D4 X10 S.D.C OR 2 M.D
Effective Ranse:
1600 feet (488 m).
Payload:
30 to 50 round magazine.







7.56mm AK-47 Assault Rifle:


The AK-47, officially known as the Avtomat Kalashnikov (Russian: Автомат Калашникова, lit. 'Kalashnikov's automatic [rifle]'; also known as the Kalashnikov or just AK), is a gas-operated assault rifle that is chambered for the 7.62×39mm cartridge. Developed in the Soviet Union by Russian small-arms designer Mikhail Kalashnikov, it is the originating firearm of the Kalashnikov (or "AK") family of rifles. After more than seven decades, the AK-47 model and its variants remain the most popular and widely used rifles in the world.

The number "47" refers to the year the rifle was finished. Design work on the AK-47 began in 1945. It was presented for official military trials in 1947, and, in 1948, the fixed-stock version was introduced into active service for selected units of the Soviet Army. In early 1949, the AK was officially accepted by the Soviet Armed Forces[9] and used by the majority of the member states of the Warsaw Pact.

The model and its variants owe their global popularity to their reliability under harsh conditions, low production cost (compared to contemporary weapons), availability in virtually every geographic region, and ease of use. The AK has been manufactured in many countries, and has seen service with armed forces as well as irregular forces and insurgencies throughout the world. As of 2004, "of the estimated 500 million firearms worldwide, approximately 100 million belong to the Kalashnikov family, three-quarters of which are AK-47s".[4] The model is the basis for the development of many other types of individual, crew-served and specialised firearms


Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks


Damage:
5D6 S.D.C. per single shot
1D6x10 S.D.C. per three round short burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
Effective Range:
1000 feet (305 m).
Payload:
30 round magazine or 60 round drum.




Machine-Gun:
A machine gun is a fully automatic, rifled autoloading firearm designed for sustained direct fire with rifle cartridges. Other automatic firearms such as assault rifles and automatic rifles are typically designed more for firing short bursts rather than continuous firepower, and not considered machine guns.

As a class of military kinetic projectile weapon, machine guns are designed to be mainly used as infantry support weapons and generally used when attached to a bipod or tripod, a fixed mount or a heavy weapons platform for stability against recoils. Many machine guns also use belt feeding and open bolt operation, features not normally found on other infantry firearms.

Machine guns can be further categorized as light machine guns, medium machine guns, heavy machine guns, general purpose machine guns and squad automatic weapons




.30 Caliber Light Machine-Gun:

A light machine gun (LMG) is a light-weight machine gun designed to be operated by a single infantryman, with or without an assistant, as an infantry support weapon. LMGs firing cartridges of the same caliber as the other riflemen of the same combat unit are often referred to as squad automatic weapons.
Characteristics

While early light machine guns fired full-powered rifle cartridges, modern light machine guns often fire smaller-caliber rifle cartridges than medium machine guns – generally the same intermediate cartridge fired by a service's standard assault rifle – and are usually lighter and more compact. Some LMGs, such as the Russian RPK, are modifications of existing designs and designed to share the same ammunition. Adaptations to the original rifle generally include a larger magazine, a heavier barrel to resist overheating, a more robust mechanism to support sustained fire and a bipod.

A light machine gun is also defined by its usage as well as its specifications: some machine guns – notably general-purpose machine guns – may be deployed either as a light machine gun or a medium machine gun. Deployed on a tripod and used for sustained fire, it is a medium machine gun; if deployed with a bipod with the operator in a prone position and firing short bursts, it is a light machine gun.

Light machine guns are also designed to be fired from the hip or on the move as a form of suppressive fire intended to pin down the enemy. Marching fire is a specific tactic that relies on this capability.

Lighter modern LMGs have enabled them to be issued down at the fireteam level, with two or three at the section/squad level.
Ammunition feed
Many light machine guns (such as the Bren gun or the M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle) were magazine-fed. Others, such as the Hotchkiss M1922, could be fed either from a belt/strip or from a box magazine. Modern light machine guns are designed to fire smaller caliber rounds and, as such, tend to be belt-fed (from a container attached to the gun) or from a detachable high-capacity drum magazine, but some, such as the FN , will also accept standard rifle magazine feeding as an auxiliary measure when belted ammunition has been exhausted.



Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
5D6 S.D.C. per single shot
3D6x10 S.D.C. (equal to 1 M.D.) per 10 round burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D
Effective Range:
3000 feet (914 m).
Payload:
200, 300 or 600 round disintegrating belt or belt fed drum.


7.62mm Medium Machine-Gun:

The 12.7mm 6P50 infantry machine gun on 6T7 infantry tripod or 6U6 universal mount is designed to engage enemy light armored vehicles, fire weapons and manpower at ranges up to 2,000 meters and destroy air targets at slant ranges up to 1,500 meters. The 12.7mm 6P50 machine gun is an automatic belt-fed weapon.



Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
6D6 S.D.C. per single shot
4D6x10 S.D.C. (equal to 1D4 M.D.) per 10 round burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D
Effective Range: 3000 feet (914 m).
Payload: 200, 300 or 600 round disintegrating belt or belt fed drum.




50 Caliber Heavy Machine-Gun:
The .50 Browning Machine Gun (.50 BMG, 12.7×99mm NATO and designated as the 50 Browning by the C.I.P.[1]) is a .50 in (12.7 mm) caliber cartridge developed for the M2 Browning heavy machine gun in the late 1910s, entering official service in 1921. Under STANAG 4383, it is a standard service cartridge for NATO forces as well as many non-NATO countries. The cartridge itself has been made in many variants: multiple generations of regular ball, tracer, armor-piercing (AP), incendiary, and saboted sub-caliber rounds. The rounds intended for machine guns are made into a continuous belt using metallic links.

The .50 BMG cartridge is also used in anti-materiel rifles. A wide variety of ammunition is available, and the availability of match grade ammunition has increased the usefulness of .50 caliber rifles by allowing more accurate fire than lower quality rounds.[3]

n response to the need for new anti-aircraft weaponry during World War I, John Browning developed the .50 BMG. He wanted the round to be used in a machine gun, and wanted the machine gun to be based on a scaled-up version of the M1917 Browning.[4]

The development of the .50 BMG round is sometimes confused with the German 13.2 mm TuF, which was developed by Germany for an anti-tank rifle to combat British tanks during WWI and against aircraft. According to the American Rifleman: "Actually, the Browning .50 originated in the Great War. American interest in an armor-piercing cartridge was influenced by the marginal French 11 mm design, prompting U.S. Army Ordnance officers to consult Browning. They wanted a heavy projectile at 2700 feet per second (f.p.s.), but the ammunition did not exist. Browning pondered the situation and, according to his son John, replied, 'Well, the cartridge sounds pretty good to start. You make up some cartridges and we'll do some shooting.'"[5]

The American Rifleman further explains that development was "[r]eputedly influenced by Germany's 13.2x92 mm SR (.53-cal.) anti-tank rifle" and that then "Ordnance contracted with Winchester to design a .50-cal. cartridge. Subsequently, Frankford Arsenal took over from Winchester, producing the historic .50 BMG or 12.7x99 mm cartridge. The Army then returned to John Browning for the actual gun. Teamed with Colt, he produced prototypes ready for testing and, ironically, completed them by Nov. 11, 1918—the Great War's end."[5]

The round was put into use in the M1921 Browning machine gun. This gun was later developed into the M2HB Browning which with its .50 caliber armor-piercing cartridges went on to function as an anti-aircraft and anti-vehicular machine gun, capable of penetrating 0.9 inches (23 mm) of face-hardened armor steel plate at 200 meters (220 yd),[6] 1 inch (25 mm) of rolled homogeneous armor at the same range,[7] and 0.75 inches (19 mm) at 547 yards (500 m).[8]

During World War II the .50 BMG was primarily used in the M2 Browning machine gun, in both its "light barrel" aircraft mount version and the "heavy barrel" (HB) version on ground vehicles, for anti-aircraft purposes. An upgraded variant of the M2 Browning HB machine gun used during World War II is still in use today. Since the mid-1950s, some armored personnel carriers and utility vehicles have been made to withstand 12.7 mm machine gun fire, restricting the destructive capability of the M2. It still has more penetrating power than lighter weapons such as general-purpose machine guns, though it is significantly heavier and more cumbersome to transport. Its range and accuracy, however, are superior to light machine guns when fixed on tripods, and it has not been replaced as the standard caliber for Western vehicle-mounted machine guns (Soviet and CIS armored vehicles mount 12.7×108mm NSVs, which have similar dimensions to .50 BMGs).

Decades later, the .50 BMG was chambered in high-powered rifles as well.[4] The Barrett M82 .50 caliber rifle and later variants were developed during the 1980s and have upgraded the anti-materiel power of the military sniper.[4] A skilled sniper can effectively neutralize an infantry unit by eliminating several targets (soldiers or equipment) without revealing his precise location. The long range (over one mile) between firing position and target allows time for the sniper to avoid enemy retaliation by either changing positions repeatedly, or by safely retreating.

Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
1D6x10 S.D.C. per single shot
1D6x100 S.D.C. (equal to 1D6 M.D.) per 10 round burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 S.D.C OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 S.D.C OR 5 M.D phase world tech
1D6X100 S.D.C OR 1D6 M.D phase world tech

Effective Range:
6000 feet (1828 m).to 4.7 miles
Payload:
300, 600 or 1200 round disintegrating belt or belt fed drum.













50 Caliber Six Barrel Machine-Gun or a Minigun:


The M134 Minigun is an American 7.62×51mm NATO six-barrel rotary machine gun with a high rate of fire (2,000 to 6,000 rounds per minute).[2] It features a Gatling-style rotating barrel assembly with an external power source, normally an electric motor. The "Mini" in the name is in comparison to larger-caliber designs that use a rotary barrel design, such as General Electric's earlier 20 mm M61 Vulcan, and "gun" for the use of rifle ammunition as opposed to autocannon shells.

"Minigun" refers to a specific model of weapon that General Electric originally produced, but the term "minigun" has popularly come to refer to any externally powered rotary gun of rifle caliber. The term is sometimes used loosely to refer to guns of similar rates of fire and configuration, regardless of power source and caliber.

The Minigun is used by several branches of the U.S. military. Versions are designated M134 and XM196 by the United States Army, and GAU-2/A and GAU-17/A by the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy.
Contents

Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks


Damage:
2D6x10 S.D.C. per single shot
2D6x100 S.D.C. (equal to 2D6+3 M.D.) per 10 round burst.

Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

recomended ROUND TO FIRE 1d10 X10 S.D.C OR 1M.D OR 5D4 X10 S.D.C OR 2 M.D TO AVOID OVER HEAT BARREL
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 S.D.C OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 S.D.C OR 5 M.D phase world tech
1D6X100 S.D.C OR 1D6 M.D phase world tech

a brust of all 6 barrels is possble 100 fire there a danager of jaming or expolsong due to heat if fire more than once ,never recomended to fire at MAX ROF the most is 80 rounds

Effective Range:
8000 feet (2438 m). Payload: 300, 600 or 1200 round disintegrating belt or belt fed drum.



40 mm Grenade Launcher (attaches to assault rifle):

The M203 is a single-shot 40 mm under-barrel grenade launcher designed to attach to a rifle. It uses the same rounds as the older stand-alone M79 break-action grenade launcher, which utilizes the high-low propulsion system to keep recoil forces low.

ince grenade launchers require relatively low internal pressure and only a short barrel, a lightweight launcher can be mounted under the barrel of a traditional rifle; this type of device is referred to as an under-barrel grenade launcher (UBGL).[10][11] This reduces the weight the soldier must carry by eliminating the grenade launcher's buttstock and makes the grenade launcher available for use at a moment's notice. Underbarrel 40mm grenade launchers generally have their own trigger group; to fire, one simply changes grips, disengages the safety, and pulls the trigger. In Western systems, the barrel slides forward or pivots to the side to allow reloading; most fire a 40×46mm grenade cartridge.[12] Soviet/Russian launchers are instead loaded from the muzzle, with the cartridge casing affixed to the projectile in the style of a mortar shell. For aiming, underbarrel grenade launchers typically use a separate ladder, leaf, tangent or quadrant sight attached to the launcher or the rifle, either to one side of the handguard or on top of the handguard in between the iron sights. Modern launchers often have the option of mounting more sophisticated aiming systems, such as ballistic rangefinders and day / night sights.

As with the M79, the concept of mounting a dedicated grenade launcher to a service rifle has its roots in the Special Purpose Individual Weapon program; though the experimental Colt XM148 grenade launcher had been produced earlier, it had proved too problematic to adopt. One AAI submission for SPIW mounted a "simple" single-action, single-shot breech-loading underbarrel grenade launcher in lieu of the required semi-automatic multi-shot device. With refinement, this was adopted as the M203 grenade launcher in 1968.[13] A variety of lengths of M203 are available along with numerous parts kits to fit it to various rifles aside from the AR15 pattern weapons it was designed for.

More modern Western grenade launchers address some of the shortcomings of the M203, such as the sliding breech limiting the weapon's ability to load outsize projectiles and the lack of factory-fitted sight mounts, with designs like FN Herstal's ELGM and Heckler & Koch's AG36 featuring a swing-out breech to provide better access, integral sight mounts, and built-in support for standalone conversion. A variant of the latter weapon, the M320 Grenade Launcher Module, was salvaged from the failed XM8 program and adopted in 2008 as the US military's replacement for the M203.[14]

Soviet development of an underbarrel launcher for the AK rifle series began in 1966 and in 1978 produced the GP-25, a muzzle-loading device for the AK-74 rifle using a mortar-like grenade round which functions by venting its propellant through holes in the base; this is a variation of the high-low system used by Western rounds, with the base of the projectile acting as the high-pressure chamber and the launcher's barrel acting as the low-pressure chamber. Further developments led to the GP series of grenade launchers.

A number of experimental weapon systems have attempted to produce combination weapons which consist of a permanently attached grenade launcher and a carbine assault rifle, often with the rifle mounted underneath the launcher, most notably the XM29 OICW,[15] but so far the only such weapon to reach full production is the S&T Daewoo K11, adopted in limited numbers by the South Korean military.[16]
Damage:
SINGLE ROUNDS ONLY
2D4x10 S.D.C.

MEGA-DAMAGE :
single shot
Explosive round 1d10 M D.C
H.E 5D4 M D.C
H.E.A.T 5D6 M.D.C
A.P round 4d6 M.D.C
SMOKE
Flare
Tear gas
Knock our gas
Effective Range: 1200 feet (366 m).
Payload: Single shot.


40mm Multiple Grenade Launcher: SINGLE ROUNDS ONLY
A grenade launcher[1][2][3] is a weapon that fires a specially-designed large-caliber projectile, often with an explosive, smoke or gas warhead. Today, the term generally refers to a class of dedicated firearms firing unitary grenade cartridges. The most common type are man-portable, shoulder-fired weapons issued to individuals, although larger crew-served launchers are issued at higher levels of organisation by military forces.[4]

Grenade launchers can either come in the form of standalone weapons (either single-shot or repeating) or attachments mounted to a parent firearm, usually a rifle. Larger crew-served automatic grenade launchers such as the Mk 19 are mounted on tripods or vehicles.

Some armored fighting vehicles also mount fixed arrays of short range, single-shot grenade launchers as a means of defense.


Standalone
Israeli Border Guard with a Federal M201-Z 37mm riot gun

The earliest examples of standalone grenade launchers in the modern sense were breech-loading riot guns designed to launch tear gas grenades and baton rounds, such as the Federal Riot Gun developed in the 1930s. One of the first examples of a dedicated breech-loading launcher for unitary explosive grenade rounds was the M79 grenade launcher, a result of the American Special Purpose Individual Weapon program (specifically the 40×46mm grenade round developed during Project NIBLICK,[8] applying the German-developed high–low system to produce manageable recoil). The goal for the M79 was the production of a device with greater range than a rifle grenade but more portable than a mortar.[9] Such single-shot devices were largely replaced in military service with underbarrel grenade launchers, removing the need for a dedicated grenadier with a special weapon. Many modern underbarrel grenade launchers can, however, also be used in standalone configurations with suitable accessories fitted; this is of particular preference for groups using submachine guns as their primary armament, since it is rarely practical to mount an underbarrel launcher on such a weapon. Single shot launchers are also still commonly used in riot control operations.

Heavier multi-shot grenade launchers like the ARWEN 37 are used as tear gas and smoke projectors in riot control, while military launchers like the Milkor MGL are used to provide heavy sustained firepower to infantry; most such devices, dating back to the Manville machine-projector, use a revolver-style cylinder, though a handful of pump-action weapons built like oversized shotguns, such as the China Lake grenade launcher and GM-94, also exist. Magazine-fed semi-automatic designs such as the Neopup PAW-20 and XM25 CDTE have also been created for military use, using smaller rounds (respectively 20 and 25mm) for purposes of practicality in terms of the size of the magazine, and reduced collateral damage compared to 40mm rounds.


Damage:
2D4x10 S.D.C.
Effective Range:
1200 feet (366 m).
Payload:
Single shot.


Shotguns:
The effective range for all shotguns is 150 feet (45.7 m).
Buckshot and similar fragmentation rounds will spray a 3 foot (0.9 meter) area. A sawed-off shotgun has a dramatically reduced barrel size which increases the width of the buckshot "spray" (covers a 1.5 m/5 foot area), but reduces the effective range to 60 feet (18 m).

Semi-automatic/self-loading or full Auto shotguns can fire a three-round burst that acts as a short burst, but it is -1 to strike.

Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks


Typical Damage:
4D6 S.D.C. for Buckshot (scatters to cover a 3 ft/0.9 m area at 30 feet/9.1 m and a 10 feet/3 m area at 60 feet/18.3 m);
5D6 S.D.C. for solid slug.
NOTE: For a variety of specific S.D.C.
M.D.C Damage:
SINGLE ROUNDS ONLY

Buckshot 3D6 M.D
solid slug 1D4X10



weapons of the 20th and 21st Century, see the Compendium of Contemporary Weapons sourcebook with 700 weapons listed, stated out and illustrated, plus body armor, grenades, EOD, mortars, and select armored vehicles.




The 20 mm caliber
is a common firearm bore diameter, typically used to distinguish smaller-caliber weapons, commonly called "guns", from larger-caliber "cannons" (e.g. machine gun vs. autocannon). All 20 mm cartridges have an outside projectile (bullet) diameter and barrel bore diameter of 0.787 inches (20.0 mm). These projectiles are typically 75 to 127 mm (3–5 in) long, cartridge cases are typically 75 to 152 mm (3–6 in) long, and most are shells, with an explosive payload and detonating fuze.

Weapons using this caliber range from anti-materiel rifles and anti-tank rifles to aircraft autocannons and anti-aircraft guns.
Usage
A 20×102 mm round (2nd from left) with .50 BMG rounds, golf ball, and a stick of 168-pin SDRAM computer memory

Twenty-millimeter-caliber weapons are generally not used to target individual soldiers, but against targets such as vehicles, buildings, or aircraft.
Types of ammunition

High explosive (HE)
High explosive incendiary (HEI)
Armour-piercing (AP)
Semi-armor-piercing high explosive incendiary (SAPHEI)
Armor-piercing discarding sabot (APDS)
High-explosive fragmentary tracer (HEF-t)
Penetrator with enhanced lateral effect (PELE)
Target practice - inert projectile (i.e., PGU-27A/B).[1] Used for training. (TP)
Target practice tracer - inert projectile with tracer material in base for visual trajectory tracking (i.e., PGU-30A/B). (TP-T)

20 mm weapons


type: Common cartridges 20 x 102 mm, 20x138mmB
Caliber.79
Metric equivalent20 mm
Typical bullet diameter0.787 in
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
Anti-material rifle and auto cannon caliber, from this these heavy calibers

Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 S.D.C OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 S.D.C OR 5 M.D phase world tech
1D6X100 S.D.C OR 6 M.D 1D6 M.D phase world tech
2D4X100 S.D.C OR 8 M.D or 2D4M.D phase world tech
2D6X100 S.D.C OR M.D or 12MD 2D6 M. D phase world tech
4d4x100 S.D.C M.D or 16 M.D phase world tech
5D4 X100 S.D.C OR 5d4M.D phase world tech



type:
Caliber.95
Metric equivalent 24.13 mm
Typical bullet diameter0.950 in
Common cartridges.950 JDJ
Mega-Damage: Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
.950 JDJ is the only known cartridge beyond .79 caliber to be used in a rifle


5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 S.D.C OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 S.D.C OR 5 M.D
1D6X100 S.D.C OR 1D6 M.D phase world tech
2D4X100 S.D.C OR 2D4M.D phase world tech
2D6X100 S.D.C OR 2D6 phase world tech
4D4X100 S.D.C OR 4D4 M.D phase world tech
5D4 X100 S.D.C OR 5d4M.D phase world tech







30 mm caliber
is a specific size of autocannon ammunition. Such ammunition includes NATO standard 30×113mmB, 30×173mm (STANAG 4624), and 35x228mm NATO rounds, Soviet 30×165mm, 30x210mmB, and 37×250mm, Yugoslav 30x192mm, and Czechoslovak 30x210mmCz rounds which are widely used around the world.


Usage
The depleted uranium penetrator of a 30×173 mm round used in the GAU-8

30 mm ammunition
is typically not used against personnel, but rather as an anti-materiel or armor-piercing round. Rounds of this size can be effective against lightly armored vehicles as well as fortified bunkers. 30 mm is also a popular caliber for shipboard close-in weapons systems, such as the Russian AK-630 and Dutch Goalkeeper CIWS.

The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation use their 30 mm weapons in a variety of vehicles, including the Su-25 attack aircraft, Mi-24 helicopter, Mi-28 attack helicopter, Ka-50 attack helicopter, and the BMP-2, BMP-3, and BTR-90 infantry fighting vehicles. The most modern anti-aircraft gun systems in use by Russia are 30 mm. The U.S. military uses 30 mm weapons in their A-10 Thunderbolt II and AH-64 Apache helicopter. It was going to be used in the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle until the project was cancelled.
Types of 30 mm ammunition
30 mm ammunition generally comes in three varieties: armor-piercing (AP), high-explosive (HE), and target practice (TP) rounds. Both AP and HE cartridges commonly possess incendiary or tracer characteristics.


Mega-Damage: Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
1D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 S.D.C OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 S.D.C OR 5 M.D
1D6X100 S.D.C OR 1D6 M.D
2D6X100 S.D.C OR 2D6 phase world tech
4D4X100 S.D.C OR 3D6 M.D phase world tech
5D4 X100 S.D.C OR 5d4M.D phase world tech
5D6 X100 S.D.C OR 5d6M.D phase world tech







Golden Age Ammunition Golden Age
operates four munitions plants that produce every conceivable type of ammunition, from S.D.C. types to Mega-Damage rounds and explosives. Two of these recently opened in Huntsville as part of the new marketing strategy. The oldest two are located in Guntersville where for decades the largest factory has been making old S.D.C. pistol, rifle, shotgun and machine-gun cartridges in most standard calibers.


Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
.22 caliber, 15 credits — damage 2D4 S.D.C. .
Mega-Damage: 5D4 X10 S.D.C OR 2 M.D

.32 A.C.P. caliber, 20 credits — damage.2D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D

.32 Long, 30 credits damage 3D6 S.D.C. .
Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D

.38 caliber, 30 credits — damage.3D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D

.38 Power caliber, 40 credits — damage.4D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D


.45 A.C.P., 42 credits — damage.4D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage: Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
Handgun .45 calibers, .451 jacketed bullets and .452 cast lead bullets
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D phase world tech

.41 Magnum, 50 credits — damage.5D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage: Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D


.44 Magnum, 60 credits — damage.6D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage: Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D

.357 Magnum, 45 credits — damage.4D6+2 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D

9mm & 7.65mm (pistol), 32 credits — damage.3D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D

10 mm (pistol), 40 credits — damage.4D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 OR 5 M.D

5.56mm (rifle), 50 credits — damage.5D6 S.D.C.

Mega-Damage:
3D6 S.D.C. per single shot
6D6 per three round short burst.
Mega-Damage:
Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS

5D4 X10 S.D.C OR 2 M.D

7.52 mm (rifle), 55 credits — damage.5D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:
5D4 X10 S.D.C OR 2 M.D


7.62mm (rifle), 45 credits — damage.4D6 S.D.C.
Mega-Damage:Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D

.30 caliber (rifle), 42 credits — damage
Mega-Damage:
5D6 S.D.C. per single shot
3D6x10 S.D.C. (equal to 1 M.D.) per 10 round burst.
Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D


.50 caliber (rifle), 55 credits
Damage: 1D6x10 S.D.C. per single shot
1D6x100 S.D.C. (equal to 1D6 M.D.) per 10 round burst.
Mega-Damage:Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 S.D.C OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 S.D.C OR 5 M.D phase world tech
1D6X100 S.D.C OR 1D6 M.D phase world tech


7.62 Medium Machine-gun, 200 credits —
damage 6D6 S.D.C. per single round.
Mega-Damage: Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D

.30 Caliber Machine-gun, 150 credits —
damage 5D6 S.D.C. per single round.

1D6x10 per three round short burst.
Mega-Damage:Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D

.50 Caliber Machine-gun, 300 credits —damage
Damage: 1D6x10 S.D.C. per single shot
1D6x100 S.D.C. (equal to 1D6 M.D.) per 10 round burst.
Mega-Damage:Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 S.D.C OR 4 M.D OR 1D4 M.D
5D10 X10 S.D.C OR 5 M.D phase world tech
1D6X100 S.D.C OR 1D6 M.D phase world tech





Recoil address

Recoil in the golden age where Armtech had it under control very little to none in side arms or pistols or revolvers, Bolt-Action Sniping Rifle, Assault Rifle: But not so for heavy weapons .Aslo take account that some will have requirements that are lower end weapon systems that are removed for varies reason
10mm Colt Delta Elite:
.41 Magnum Revolver:
.357 Magnum Revolver
.357 Magnum Revolver Pistol:
.41 Magnum Revolver:
.44 Magnum Revolver:
.38 Smith & Wesson and Colt Revolver: Colt Revolver:
9mm Submachine-gun:
9mm Ingram Submachine-gun:
9mm Uzi Submachine-gun:

5.6mm round
5.6mm Bolt-Action Sniping Rifle:

7.56mm Assault Rifle:
7.56mm AK-47 Assault Rifle:

The Shotguns have their own rules please look



Heavy Weapons that are mounted unless used handheld weapon than my be supernatural or Robot PS regular humans can hold and fire due to recoil
.30 Caliber Light Machine-Gun:
7.62mm Medium Machine Gun:
50 Caliber Heavy Machine-Gun:
50 Caliber Heavy Machine-Gun:
50 Caliber Six Barrel Machine-Gun or a Minigun:
The 20 mm caliber
24.13 mm caliber
30 mm caliber






Damage per single round.




Dum Dum
(handmade, black market, any caliber), add 150 credits to the cost of the box and +1D4 to S.D.C. damage per round.

Mega-Damage add 1d6 per round


Full Metal Jacketed,
add 30 credits to cost of the box and +1 to damage per round.
Mega-Damage
+1 per round flesh, non flesh +3 per round


Hollow Point,

add 40 credits — +1 damage per round/bullet.
Mega-Damage
+3 per round flesh, non flesh +1 per round



Teflon (armor piercing, not available to the public), add 100 credits to the cost of the box and +2 damage per round/bullet.
Mega-Damage
+1 per round flesh, non-flesh +2 per round




Exploding S.D.C. Shell
(not available to the public), add 300 credits to the cost of the box and +2D6 to S.D.C. damage per round.
Exploding M.D.C. Shell
Mega-Damage
1D6 per round


Tracer Cartridge
add +1 to strike, 45 credits — no damage.
Mega-Damage none


40mm Grenade Cartridge, 900 credits (per 100).
Mega-Damage
single shot only
Explosive round 1d10 M D.C blast radius 10 feet per round
H.E 5D4 M D.C blast radius 5 feet per round
H.E.A.T 5D6 M.D.C blast radius 5 feet per round
A.P round 4d6 M.D.C blast radius none
SMOKE blast radius 10 feet per round
Flare
Tear gas blast radius 20 feet per round
Knock our gas blast radius 20 feet per round








Accessories

Field Gun Cleaning Kit:
A complete cleaning kit contained in its own pouch. 50 credits.


Flash Suppressor:
An attachment that fits over a gun barrel to mask the muzzle flash during firing. Characters within 100 feet (30.5 m) of a suppressed shot have only a 25% chance of seeing it. Outside of that, suppressed shots are not visible. Cost: 400 for pistol or submachine-gun or 900 for a rifle. Note: Combined silencers and flash suppressors cost 1,000 credits for pistol or submachine-gun or 2,000 credits for a rifle, but reduce the weapon's range by 25%.

Gun Repair Kit:
This is a 4 pound (1.8 kg) gun repair kit. Each tool is fitted into a separate loop and there's plenty of room for spare bolts, screws, springs and cleaning rods. Contained in a 12 inch by 8 inch by 2 inch (30x20x5 cm) case. Can be attached to a harness or worn over the shoulder with strap, which is included. 250 credits.

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The M.D.C 40 MM ( varies design ) is a rapid-fire, heavy weapon originally designed as an anti-armor and anti-fortification weapon, but is versatile enough to be used for riot control (firing heavy rubber shells doing 1D4 S.D.C. damage or gas and smoke grenades). Since the Coming of the Rifts, this weapon has proven ideal against demons, monsters, and attacks by drones and animated dead attacking en masse. Best suited for cyborgs and humans with a P.S. of 10 or higher. Its big drum holds 6 rifle grenades that can be fired one at a time or in bursts of two, three, four, or all. Used primarily by the Military Specialist, Special Forces, and the Heavy Weapons Pigman.
Weight:
12 lbs (16.2 kg) fully loaded;
3 lbs (3 kg) without the grenades and ammo drum.
Mega-Damage:
Explosive round 1d10 M D.C blast radius 10 feet per round
H.E 5D4 M D.C blast radius 5 feet per round
H.E.A.T 5D6 M.D.C blast radius 5 feet per round
A.P round 4d6 M.D.C blast radius none
SMOKE blast radius 10 feet per round
Flare
Tear gas blast radius 20 feet per round
Knock our gas blast radius 20 feet per round


Rate of Fire:
Single shot or burst 2 ,4 or all 6 counting as one melee attack.
Effective Range:
1600 feet (488 m).this can be direct fire or indirect fire mortar style shoots

Payload:
6 grenades. One or two additional loaded drums are usually carried in a satchel or backpack. Individual grenades can be carried in any number and in any variety lose in a bag, backpack, satchel, or carrying case.

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Chaos Earth ArmTech
ArmTech Civilian Employees staff OCC


Chef/Cook
Spoiler:
Cook (+25%)
Identify Plants and Fruits (+10%)
Preserve Food (+10%)
W.P. Knife


Doctor
Spoiler:
(General Practitioner)
Biology (+15%)
Chemistry (+15%)
Pathology (+15%)
Medical Doctor (+35%)


Gambler (Hustler)
Spoiler:
Gambling: Standard (+20%)
Gambling: Dirty Tricks (+25%)
Palming (+15%)
Streetwise (+10%)
Hacker (cyberhacker)
Computer Operation (+20%)
Computer Hacking (+15%)
Computer Programming (+10%)
Cyberjacking (+25%)
pick one skill and +10%


History consultant
Spoiler:
Archaeology (+ 10%)
History: (+15%)
History: Architectural (+ 10%)
Literature: Classical (+ 10%)
Research (+15%)
Technical Writing (+15%)
pick one skill and +10%


ArmTech Cycle patrol (later motorcycle gangs no ArmTech Militia Trainee Member )
Spoiler:
Hand to Hand: Basic
Pilot: Hovercycle (+30%)
Roadwise: Rogue (+20%)
W.P. Shotgun
W.P. Automatic Pistol and one More W.P
Gets ArmTech Militia Trainee Member
pick one skill and +10%




Journalist
Spoiler:
Photography (+15%)
Research (+15%)
Tailing (+10%)
Writing (+20%)
Mechanical Engineer
Basic Electronics (+ 10%)
Mathematics: Advanced (+20%)
Mechanical Engineer (+30%)
Professional Certification
pick one skill and +10%


ArmTech Nurse
Spoiler:
Chemistry: Pharmaceutical (+10%)
First Aid (+10%)
Field Surgery (+5%)
Paramedic (+10%)
pick one skill and +10%


ArmTech Office Worker
Spoiler:
Business & Finance (+10%)
Professional Certification
Technical Writing (+10%)
Writing (+10%)


ArmTech Rancher
Spoiler:
Animal Husbandry (+20%)
Lore: Cattle & Animals (+20%)
Herding (+15%)
Horsemanship: General (+15%)
pick one skill and +10%



Militia Member
Spoiler:
Hand to Hand: Basic
Pilot: Hover Vehicle (+30%)
Wilderness Survival (+20%)
W.P. Rifle and W.P. Automatic Pistol


ArmTech Militia Trainee Member
Spoiler:
Hand to Hand: Basic
Pilot: Hover Vehicle (+30%)
Wilderness Survival (+20%)
W.P. Rifle
W.P. Automatic Pistol
pick one skill and +10%


Civilian O.C.C.

Attribute Requirements: None; this O.C.C. embodies common people of all stripes. Survivors of the Great Cataclysm are roughly evenly split between male and female.

Starting S.D.C.: 2D6+12
augmentation was the rage during the Golden Age of Science. That means 70% of the last two generations to join NEMA or the US military/ ArmTech were genetically "tweaked" in specific areas. These are not super-soldiers, but ordinary human beings who were modified and im-proved as a gestating fetus by parents who could afford the best for their children.
Pick one set of genetic bonuses or roll percentile for random determination.
01-10% +1D4 to I.Q. and +2 to M.E.
11-30% +2 to I.Q. and +1D4 to M.E.
31-55% +1D6 to P.S. and +1D4 to P.E.
56-75% +1D4 to P.S. and +1D6 to Spd.
76-00% +1D4+2 to P.B. and +1D4 to physical attribute of
choice


O.C.C. Skills: These are basic, everyday skills known by people
of virtually every profession. If a Professional Skill duplicates
one of the below, use the higher of the two bonuses; do
not combine them.

Spoiler:
Language: Native
Language: Foreign
Literacy: Native Language
Computer Operation (+ I0%)
Mathematics: Basic (+10%)
Pilot: Hovercraft: Ground (+5%)
Hand to Hand Combat: None. Any combat skill must be learned as a Professional, O.CC Related or Secondary Skill.

O.C.C Related Skills: Select five other skills from those available below, with the given bonuses, if any. Add one additional skill at levels 2, S, 8, 11 and 14. All new skills start at level one proficiency.

OCC Related Skills for the Civilian O.CC.

are typically supportive or in some way tangential to the character's profession, or else are skills in which the character has some type of formal study. This list contains only the skills most commonly
practiced by ordinary people during the Golden Age; other, more advanced or rarer skills are typically Professional Skills. As the character progresses after the Coming of the Rifts, skills other than those included below may become available as O.CC. Related or Secondary Skills for the average Civilian
(such as Excavation & Rescue, Lore: Magic or W.P. Energy Pistol). Take note of the suggested limitations for skill selection listed in the optional rules for character building found elsewhere in this sourcebook.
Spoiler:
pick one skill and +15% for each category one time only

Communications:
Performance, Public Speaking, Radio: Basic,
Sign Language and T.V./ video only (+5%).

Domestic:
Cooking ,Dance, Play Musical Instrument, Sing and Wardrobe
& Grooming only (+5%).

Electrical:
Basic Electronics and Computer Repair only (+5%).

Espionage: None.

Horsemanship: General only.

Mechanical:
Any except for Armorer/Field Armorer, Vehicle Armorer, Weapons Engineer and Weapon Systems. (Unless MOS ArmTech Militia Trainee Member , Militia Member , ArmTech Cycle patrol)


Medical: Animal Husbandry and First Aid only.

Military: Parachuting only.

Physical:
Any except for Hand to Hand: Assassin and Hand to Hand: Commando.

Pilot:
Any, except for Fighter Jet, Power Armor, Robot and Tank pilot skills. (Unless MOS ArmTech Militia Trainee Member , Militia Member , ArmTech Cycle patrol)

Pilot Related: None.

Rogue:
Gambling: Standard, Gambling: Dirty Tricks and Seduction only.

Science: Any.

Technical: Any.

W.P.: Any except for Torpedo,
(Unless MOS ArmTech Militia Trainee Member , Militia Member , ArmTech Cycle patrol)
Heavy Energy Weapons and Sharpshooting.

Wilderness: None. Wilderness survival for MOS ArmTech Militia Trainee Member , Militia Member , ArmTech Cycle patrol.


Secondary Skills:

Spoiler:
The character also gets six Secondary Skills at first level of experience, plus one at levels 3, 6, 9, 12 and
15. These are additional areas of knowledge that do not get the advantage of the bonus listed in parentheses. All new skills start at level one proficiency. pick one skill and +10% one time



Standard Equipment:

Other than the clothes on his or her back, standard equipment could be anything. Those traveling
or at work when the Apocalypse struck may have nothing but what they were carrying in their pockets. Those at home might have access to a lot of clothes and some basic amenities, at least at first. On the first day of the cataclysm, a good portion of Civilians had access to a hovercraft (though many used public transportation), or occasionally a car or a motorcycle, and most had ID6 changes of clothes, a warm coat or jacket, a handheld computer communicator and very little else of use. Game Masters and players should work together to determine what is or is not reasonable, based on the
character.

Money:

At the time of the Great Cataclysm, the resources of the common person varied greatly. On average, a working adult had roughly 3d6x1000 credits in currency on-hand when the Great Cataclysm began. He or she would also have 6d6x1000 credits readily available in a financial institution, though that is not likely accessible. With credits rapidly devaluing in most of North America, the average citizen has
next to nothing in terms of currency, and likely only 1d6x5O credits worth of tradable goods


Cybernetics and Bionics:

None under normal circumstances. But some people with medical problems ranging from arthritis to
organ failure might have a few cybernetic systems, but never augmentations; the cybernetics just replaced the basic function of a natural organ or bodily system.

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All-purpose Modular Combat Body Armor or APMCBQ 1

To protect its soldier, it has issued a version of the padded and Flex amour combat armor commonly used in pre-Rifts days. This body armor is lighter and more comfortable than the soldier's combat armor which is issued to all combat personnel, but it can mean the difference between life and death for a soldier.it is considered a lightweight armor for its M.D.C capacity.
The armor consists of a fully Heavy armored padded bodysuit with a helmet; not required on duty except while under threat of attack. The armor has special flotation devices that add +5% to swimming rolls and serves as a life jacket. It has all the features common to modern body armor (see Rifts RPG, page 209). but it has the addition of a faceplate/mask, can be made airtight in an instant, and has life support, as well as a built-in radio, insulation, and all features common to environmental body armor (as listed in the Rifts RPG, page 209).
Comes in any or olive green, forest-jungle camouflage pattern, and beige-brown desert camouflage pattern. Marine Combat armor is manufactured at both bases.

• M.D.C.: 65 Add on plate 25 or55
• helmet, arms, legs, backpack are 45 M.D.C. can Add on plates 25 to 55
• two extra optics on the helmet (look at the pic above)
• Weight: 5 lbs
• Excellent Mobility; -5% on the performance of prowl and other physical skills such as gymnastics.
• Maximum Depth: 1000 feet (305 m); ruptures at greater depths.
• Full EVA
• Market Cost: 40,000 credits

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US Heavy Combat Armor

This heavy body armor has some superficial similarities to 21st
Century helmets and body armor with flak jackets, but it has the addition of a faceplate/mask, can be made airtight in an instant, and has limited life support, as well as a built-in radio, insulation, and limited environmental body armor but high protection base for combat.
Comes in olive green, forest-jungle camouflage pattern, and beige-brown desert camouflage pattern. Combat armor is manufactured at both bases . this is Army base armor.
• M.D.C.: 95
• M.D.C.: helmet 45, arms, legs, backpack are 65 Add on plates 35 or 45
• Internal Combat vest 35 M.D.C
•flak jackets ( external only )85
• Weight: 15 lbs (9.5 kg)
• Good Mobility: -5% on the performance of prowl and other physical skills such as gymnastics.
• two extra optics helmet
• Maximum Depth: no possible
• Market Cost: 30,000 credits

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this Euro Heavy Combat Modular Combat Armor

this had added option of basic light EXO robotic PS and PP add 10 and turn to MDC PS table

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US Heavy Combat Modular Combat Armor

this had added option of basic light EXO robotic PS and PP add 8 and turn to MDC PS table triple the cost for both with this feature

US and Euro Heavy Combat Modular Combat Armor

This heavy body armor has some superficial similarities to 21th
Advance Century Heavy helmets and Heavy flak jackets, but it has the addition of a Heavy face plate/mask, can be made airtight in an instant, and has life support, as well as a built-in radio, insulation, and all features common to environmental body armor (as listed in the Rifts RPG, page 209).
Comes in olive green, forest-jungle camouflage pattern, and beige-brown desert camouflage pattern. Combat armor is manufactured at both bases (as are all energy weapons).
• M.D.C.: 80
• M.D.C.: helmet 35 US and Euro 45, arms, legs, backpack are 75 Add on plates 45 or 65
• Internal Combat vest 35 M.D.C
• External flak jackets 85
• Weight: 12 lbs (9.5 kg)

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M9 Beretta Twin Barrel pistol:
The Beretta M9, officially the Pistol, Semiautomatic, 9mm, M9, is the designation for the Beretta 92FS semi-automatic pistol used by the United States Armed Forces. The M9 was adopted by the United States military as their service pistol in 1985.
The 92FS won a competition in the 1980s to replace the M1911A1 as the primary sidearm of the U.S. military, beating many other contenders, and only narrowly defeating the SIG Sauer P226 for cost reasons. It officially entered service in 1990. Some other pistols have been adopted to a lesser extent, namely the SIG P228 pistol, and other models remain in use in certain niches.
The M9 was scheduled to be replaced under a United States Army program, the Future Handgun System (FHS), which was merged with the SOF Combat Pistol program to create the Joint Combat Pistol (JCP). The JCP was renamed Combat Pistol (CP), and the number of pistols to be bought was drastically cut back. The U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps are replacing the M9 with the SIG Sauer M17 and M18.[11]


Rate of fire (ROF): varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
3D6 S.D.C.
DAUL SHOT (COUNTS AS ONE ATTACK ) :
6D6 S.D.C. BASE Damage dualshot

Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3 M.D per single shot. (COUNTS AS ONE ATTACK )


DAUL SHOT (COUNTS AS ONE ATTACK ) :
1d6 dual M.D single shot
Brust a 1d6 round table
Two round burst 2d6 M.D
Four round burst 4d6
Six round burst 6d6
Eight round burst 8d6
Ten round burst 1d6x10




Effective Range: 150 feet (45.7 m).
Payload: 15 shot clip.one clip has two clip
NOTE : NONE, Due to 9 MM round been light low to no roil it been chosen over . 45 ACP without the need to develop a more powerful round.

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this is twin-barrel Assault Rifle weapon systems

5.56mm Assault Rifle: or 6.8 mm round
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
3D6 S.D.C. per single shot
6D6 per three-round short burst.
TWIN BARREL Damage S.D.C
6D6 S.D.C.
1D6X10 per SIX round short burst.

Mega-Damage:TWIN BARREL
5D4 X10 S.D.C OR 2 M.D
Two round burst 1d4 M.D
Four round burst 2d4 M.D
Six round burst 2d6 M.D
Eight round burst 3d6 M.D
Ten round burst 5d4 M.D
20 round burst 1d4x10 M.D
30 round burst 1d6x10 M.D


Effective Range:
1900 feet (579 m).
Payload:
20, 30 , 50,50,80 round magazine.


7.62mm Assault Rifle:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage: S.D.C. round

7.62mm (rifle), 45 credits — damage.4D6 S.D.C.
TWIN BARREL Damage S.D.C
7.62mm (rifle), 45 credits — damage.8D6 S.D.C.


Mega-Damage: M.D round
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3 M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D

TWIN BARREL Damage M.D.C 1d4 M.D
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3 M.D
Two round burst 1d6 M.D
Four round burst 2d6 M.D
Six round burst 6d6 M.D
Eight round burst 8d6 M.D
Ten round burst 1d6 x10 M.D

1d4 round table
Two round burst 4d4 M.D
Four round burst 4d8 M.D
Six round burst 1d4x10+8 M.D
Eight round burst 1d6x10 M.D
Ten round burst 2d4 x10 M.D


Effective Range:
3000 feet
Payload:
20, 30 , 50,50,80 round magazine.



30 caliber Beowulf Assault Rifle:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
30 caliber (rifle), 45 credits — damage.5D6 S.D.C.( I think )
TWIN BARREL Damage S.D.C
30 caliber (rifle), 45 credits — damage.1d6x10 S.D.C. ( I think )

Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D


TWIN BARREL Damage M.D.C
1d6 or 1d4 M.D pick one
1d6 M.D
Two round burst 2d6 M.D
Four round burst 4d6 M.D
Six round burst 6d6 M.D
Eight round burst 8d8 M.D
Ten round burst 1d6x10 M.D

1d4 M.D
Two round burst 2d8 or 1d8 M.D
Four round burst 4d8 M.D
Six round burst 1d4x10+8 M.D
Eight round burst 8d8 M.D
Ten round burst 2d4x10 M.D


Effective Range:
2000 feet
Payload:
20, 30 , 50,50,80 round magazine.












50 caliber Beowulf Assault Rifle:
Rate of fire (ROF):
varies For M.D.C
Revolvers single shot or double tap only
Blot rifle (some are calling these scouts rifles )single shot or double tap only
Semi auto / Blot rifle double tap or four round a shots only
Full Auto /assault rifle single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 80 rounds
Full Auto /all machine guns single shot or double tap or fire 4 round , 6 rounds ,8 rounds ,10 rounds etc max 100 rounds but cost two attacks

Damage:
50 caliber (rifle), 45 credits — damage. 6D6 S.D.C.( I think )
TWIN BARREL Damage S.D.C
50 caliber (rifle), 45 credits — damage.2d4x10 S.D.C. .( I think )
1D6x100 S.D.C. (equal to 1D6 M.D.) per 10 round burst.

Notes/SINGLE ROUNDS NOTE: ak-47
Mega-Damage:
5D6X10 S.D.C OR 3M.D
5D8X10 OR 4 M.D

TWIN BARREL Damage M.D.C 1d6 or 1d4 M.D pick one
1d6 M.D
Two round burst 2d6 M.D
Four round burst 4d6 M.D
Six round burst 6d6 M.D
Eight round burst 8d8 M.D
Ten round burst 1d6x10 M.D

1d8 M.D
Two round burst 2d8 M.D
Four round burst 4d8 M.D
Six round burst 1d4x10+8 M.D
Eight round burst 8d8 M.D
Ten round burst 2d8x10 M.D

Effective Range:
4000 feet

Payload:
20, 30 , 50,50,80 round magazine.

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The Mark I The first in the series is the Mark I . this particular cyborg body is extremely human Is a basic cyborg body with enhanced reflexes. The unit is not much bigger than a standard human and is relatively easy to conceal or pass off as body armor. It retains the original face of the person who is augmented, and a natural looking artificial skin can make the individual seem completely human. This makes it very popular among those who cherish their humanity and/or like to disguise their true nature. Of course, this model doesn't come with any built-in weapon systems, arm mounts, or any other telltale cybernetic appliances. Another advantage to this model of the cyborg is that it is relatively inexpensive for massive production in western markets of the North American and Canada which it looks for. Unlike Europe, the Pacific, Asia, Central America, South America, Africa, and Russia don’t mind looking non-human look.

Mark I
Model Type:
Mark I Class: Full Conversion Cyborg
M.D.C. by Location
Spoiler:
* Head (1) — 35 (reinforced add 20)
Helmet (1) 65
* Hands (2) — 15 each
Arms (2) — 45 each base
Legs (2) — 100 each base
** Main Body — 150 base


* The head, although retaining the original face and brain (often the eyes, tongue, voice and other features of the human head), is reinforced in order to provide the 35 M.D.C. Target-ing the head and hands requires a "called shot" and even then the shooter is -4 to strike.

** Reducing the main body to zero M.D.C. means it is shattered, riddled with holes, leaking vital fluids and incapable of movement or speech. However, the internal life support systems will keep the 'Borg's brain alive for 4D6 hours before it fails and the brain dies.

Note: The human shape and proportions MARK I cyborg can wear conventional body armor like any normal human.


Speed Running:

Speed Factor 132, or 90 mph (148 km).
Can max out to 200MPH
Leaping: 20 feet (6 m) high or lengthwise; double with a running start.

Flying: not capable of flight, but is suitable for use with a jet pack.

Statistical Data Size:
Human Height:
Usually about 6 feet, 4 inches (roughly 1.9 m).

Weight: 200 lbs.

Bionic Physical
Base Attributes: Robot P.S.: 20, P.P: 22, Spd: 132.
Max Attributes Robot P.S.: 48, P.P: 28

Power System:
Nuclear, average life of 25 years. Cost: 3.6 million to 3.9 million credits.
Add 100,000 credits for human-looking skin covering.

Standard Bionic Features:
Bionic Lung
Amplified hearing:
+1 to parry,
+2 to dodge,
+3 to initiative.
Sound filtration system
Clock calendar/computer/gyro compass

Multi-optic eyes: +1 to strike.
Quick draw holsters (2); +1 on initiative.

Head jack
Climbing Cord Combat Computer:

+1 on initiative,
+1 to dodge,
+1 to disarm,
+2 to pull punch,
+2 to roll with punch, fall, or impact.

Weapon Systems:
has no built-in weapon systems.

Special Bonuses:
Any skills that require a high dexterity or reflexes, such as piloting, lock picking, palming, etc., gain a bonus of +10%.

Additional Features
Sound suppression system rifts Japan page 88

Cybernetics and Bionics:
The character has Partial Bionic Reconstruction and 10 bionic features or cybernetic sensors.

AI systems
Allow to use both hands as independent actions adding two extra attacks. This dumb AI system has the ability to negate juicer and Crazy combat rolls
If Cyborg's head had it blown off AI systems takes over to retreat or self-destruct
Use heavy Fusion Block


Horror/Awe Factor 12
When finding out it was a Cyborg
Or when SDC weapons bounce off


Reinforce Cyborg stats the same but doubled M.D.C
Hands
Arms
Legs
Main Body
Add 100 lds


Sound Suppression System:
Spoiler:
This is an advanced version of some pre-Rifts measures used to control ~ound pollution. A sound emitter is built alongside the skin of the cyborg (will work if the 'borg is wearing M.D.C. too, will be muffled by the emitter). The emitter then sends out sound waves in exactly the opposite frequencies as the noises made by the 'borg, neutralizing them. Human ears cannot sense The sounds: additionally. special rubber soles and joints contribute to the reduced sound: (the common prowl penalty is eliminated when using these two systems! Restrictions: The 'borg must be moving or climbing slowly (a speed of 15 maximum); sudden movements will bring back the full -40% penalty. And the character can wear the M.D.C. armor.




Skills use special Forces

Radio: Basic ( + 10%)
Radio: Scramblers ( + 10%)
Cryptography ( + 10%)
Basic Math ( + 20%)
Literacy: One of choice ( + 10%)
Languages: Two of choice ( + 20%)
Intelligence ( + 15%)
Pick Locks ( + 10%)
Disguise ( + 10%)
Forgery ( + 5%) Prowl ( + 10%)
Computer Operations ( + 5%)
W.P. Energy Pistol
W.P. 6 of choice
Hand to Hand: Basic Hand to Hand: Basic can be changed to Hand to Hand: Expert at the cost of one "other" skill, or to Hand to Hand: Martial Arts at the cost of two "other" skills.


O.C.C. Related Skills:
Select six other skills.
Plus select two additional skills at level three, two at level six, one at level nine, and one at level twelve. All new skills start at level one proficiency.
Communications: Any ( + 10%)
Domestic: Any ( +5%)
Electrical: Any
Espionage: Any ( + 5%)
Mechanical: Any
Medical: Paramedic only.
Military: Any
Physical: Any
Pilot: Any
Pilot Related: Any
Rogue: Any ( + 6%)
Science: Math and chemistry only
Technical: Any
W.P.: Any.
Wilderness: Any ( + 5%)

Secondary Skills:
The character also gets to select 8 secondary skills from the previous list. These are additional areas of knowledge that do not get the advantage of the bonus listed in parentheses. All secondary skills start at the base skill level. Also, skills are limited (any, only, none) as previously indicated in the list.


Standard Equipment:

Black fatigues or jump suit (for prowling at night) and a small wardrobe. Portable compact disc recorder/player and headphones, video disc player, portable language translator, hand-held computer and micro-printer, 35 mm camera (still photos) and a dozen discs of film, disc camera (moving pictures) with a dozen discs of film, micro-film camera (fits in the palm of the hand), pen flashlight, large flashlight, backpack, knapsack, utility belt, ammo-belt, canteen, sunglasses and goggles, walkie-talkie radio, air filter, gas mask, and lock picking tools


Weapons:
Can include just about anything. Starts with a survival knife (1D6 S.D.C. damage),
two energy weapons of choice with four E-clips for each, plus select three S.D.C. weapons of choice.
Body armor(M.D) can be of any type, but tends to use lightweight armor (no or low prowl penalties) or concealed Armor or any


Money:
Starts with 2D6 x 1000 credits as 1d6 x1000 per level max 8d6x1000 and 1D10 x 1000 in black market items.

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Mark II is another,
predominately human-sized, human -looking cyborg, except that it is designed for quick draws and has four lightning fast arms. This deadly cyborg can be quite deadly, because the extra pair of arms gives it an extra melee attack and the combat computer enables the 'Borg to draw and fire four (light) weapons simultaneously. However, unlike the future Gunslinger O.C.C., the cyborg can split its attacks between two to four different targets and the firing of each pair of weapons counts as one melee attack/action each (i.e. four weapons drawn — one with each hand — counts as two melee attacks/actions). This cyborg package is more costly, but larger and slightly more armored. When a MARK II comes to town, one word comes to mind...Duck!
this uses dumb AI system built in which will be lost .

Mark II

Model Type: CSLNGR Mark II Class: Full Conversion Cyborg

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M.D.C. by Location

Spoiler:
* Head (1) — 45 (reinforced)
* Hands (4) — 15 each
Arms (4) — 60 each
Vibro-Blades (2; retractable) — 50 each
Legs (2) — 120 each
** Main Body — 190


* The head, although retaining the original face and brain (often the eyes, tongue, voice and other features of the human head), is reinforced in order to provide the 45 M.D.C.

Targeting the head and hands requires a "called shot" and even then the shooter is -4 to strike.

** Reducing the main body to zero M.D.C. means it is shattered, riddled with holes, leaking vital fluids and incapable of movement or speech. However, the internal life support systems will keep the 'Borg's brain alive for 4D6 hours before it fails and the brain dies.

Note: The close to human shape and proportions means the Super Slinger can wear body armor designed for large humans and D-bees, and modified for its four arms.

Speed Running:
Speed Factor 132, or 90 mph (148 km).
Leaping: 20 feet (6 m) high or lengthwise; double with a running start.
Flying: The MARK II is not capable of flight, but is suitable for use with a jet pack.

Statistical Data Size:
Large, tall human.
Height: Usually about 6 feet, 8' inches to 7 feet (roughly 2.1 m).

Weight: 300 lbs.
Bionic Physical Attributes:

P.S.: 22, P.P: 24, Spd: 132.
Max P.S 48 and speed 200 MPH

Power System:
Nuclear, average life of 25 years.
Cost: 5.6 million credits.

Add 10,000 credits for human-looking skin covering.
Standard Bionic Features:
Four bionic arms
(+4 attack per melee) able to attack four different targets and count as one attack
Bionic Lung
Amplified hearing: +1 to parry, +2 to dodge, +3 to initiative.
Sound filtration system Clock calendar/computer/gyro compass
Multi-optic eyes: +1 to strike.
Quick draw holsters in legs (2); +3 on initiative.

Fingerjack in one hand. Laser finger (1D6 M.D.; 300 ft/91.5 m range) on one hand.

Energy-Clip arm port (1) on one arm.
Headjack Climbing Cord Retractable
Vibro-Sabres in the forearms of one pair of arms.
Combat Computer:
+1 on initiative,
+1 to dodge,
+1 to disarm,
+2 to pull punch
+2 to roll with punch, fall or impact.


AI systems
Allow to use both hands as independent actions adding two extra attacks. This AI system has the ability to negate juicer and Crazy combat rolls
If Cyborg's head had it blown off AI systems take over to retreat or self destruct
Use heavy Fusion Block



https://www.deviantart.com/brobossa/art ... -535773708


Horror/Awe Factor 12
When finding out it a Cyborg
Or when SDC weapons bounce off

Reinforce Cyborg stats the same but M.D.C double
Hands
Arms
Legs
Main Body
Add 100 Lds

Sound Suppression System:
Spoiler:
This is an advanced version of some pre-Rifts measures used to control ~ound pollution. A sound emitter is built alongside the skin of the cyborg (will work if the 'borg is wearing M.D.C. too, will be muffled by the emitter). The emitter then sends out sound waves in exactly the opposite frequencies as the noises made by the 'borg, neutralizing them. Human ears cannot sense The sounds: additionally. special rubber soles and joints contribute to the reduced sound: (the common prowl penalty is eliminated when using these two systems! Restrictions: The 'borg must be moving or climbing slowly (a speed of 15 maximum); sudden movements will bring back the full -40% penalty. And the character can wear the M.D.C. armor.


Weapon Systems:

Vibro-Sabres (4, inflict 3D6 M.D. each).

Special Bonuses:
Any skills that require a high dexterity or reflexes, such as piloting, lock picking, palming, etc., gain a bonus of +2%, and +1 on initiative and +2 to parry.


https://www.deviantart.com/alpyro/art/C ... -761851898
or four Vibro blades
all Vibro blades double the damage and range and two arms
weight 200 lds

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ARMTECH:
Corporate Survivalist /Corporate Prepper O.C.C.




Corporate Survivalist an example
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Corporate Prepper an example

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Attribute Requirements: None. 65% are males, 35% females.

Starting S.D.C.: 3D6+12

augmentation were the rage during the Golden Age of Science. That means 70% of the last two generations to join US military were genetically "tweaked" in specific areas. These are not super-soldiers, but ordinary human beings who were modified and im-proved as a gestating fetus by parents who could afford the best for their children.

Pick one set of genetic bonuses or roll percentile for random determination.
Spoiler:
01-10% +1D4 to I.Q. and +2 to M.E.

11-30% +2 to I.Q. and +1D4 to M.E.

31-55% +1D6 to P.S. and +1D4 to P.E.

56-75% +1D4 to P.S. and +1D6 to Spd.

76-00% +1D4+2 to P.B. and +1D4 to physical attribute of

choice



O.C.C. Skills:


Most Preppers of the Golden Age had day jobs, in order to pay their daily bills and put money into preparations but Corporate Survivalist train in keeping and help staff alive in case of emergency in wilderness like working overseas and wilderness areas But Corporate Prepper train in maintaining base of operations when light go out. The Corporate Prepper train to keep alive as many people require by the company .So money and resources were made available in of natural disaster

or nuclear war which ArmTech was ahead of the game. It gave safety to Survivalist and Prepper families jobs. ArmTech and other companies that followed this allowed to survive longer than other .Because of they are better trained and supported .

The Free time was spent acquiring goods and skills for survival before and after the fall was vital. There is a wide range of kinds of Preppers, some fanatically prepared for the end of days.

ArmTech wasn't the only one company in the USA /Canada and in Europe. In Europe in case of invasion like Russia or worst nuclear war. In the USA /Canada main reason worst nuclear war or some unforeseen calamity which no one saw the coming of the rifts .










Corporate Survivalist

Language: Native (optional speak 1d4 )
Language: Foreign
Literacy: Native
Computer Operation (+ 15%)
Cook (+15%)
First Aid (+15%)
Land Navigation (+20%)
Prowl (+25)
Mathematics: Basic (+10%)
Radio: Basic (+5%)
Wilderness Survival (+25%)
Select one Domestic Skill (+10%)
Select three Piloting skill (+5%) (no power armored )
Military Fortification (+5%)
Select two modern and one melee Weapon Proficiency
Hand to Hand: Expert ONLY



Corporate Prepper

Language: Native
Language: Foreign
Literacy: Native
Computer Operation (+ 15%)
Cook (+15%)
First Aid (+15%)
Land Navigation (+20%)
Mathematics: Basic (+10%)
Radio: Basic (+5%)
Wilderness Survival (+25%)
Select one Domestic Skill (+10%)
Select two Piloting skills (+5%) (no power-armored )
Military Fortification (+5%)
Select one modern and one melee Weapon Proficiency
Hand to Hand: Expert ONLY





OCC Related Skills:

Select 4 other skills from those available below, with the given bonuses, if any. Add one additional skill at levels 3, 6, 9, 12 and IS. All new skills start at level one proficiency.

roll or pick one
1)Ex-military infantry add 1d4+1W.P add six Military add 1d8 levels

2)Ex military medical add 4d6+1% if paramedics change to doctor with requirements add two Military add 1d8 levels


4)Ex military tech add five Military or communications skills add
1d8 levels


5)Ex military pilot pick 1d4 any piloting all navigation add two Military 1d8 levels

7)Retire law enforcement pick two additional WP
Add plus +10%

8 ) Retire EMS pick 4 piloting, any medical +15% to all skills

9)Corporate Survivalist Extraction / Corporate Survivalist escort
piloting 1d6 add+20% to all
Rogue skills add 1d4+1 skills add +25 %

10)Corporate Prepper
EX Military
6 Military or Espionage skills add+25 %
W.P 1d4+1


11) Corporate Prepper
Retire Medical Doctor add 1d8 years
Requires an I.Q. and P.P. of 11 or higher. Advanced Mathematics (+10%)
Brewing (+15%)
Biology (+15%)
Chemistry
Pathology (+10%)
Field Surgery (+15%)
Holistic Medicine
Chemistry: Analytical (+5%) Medical Doctor (+5%)


12)engineer
Basic Electronics (+15%)
Command Robots (any/all) Computer Operation (+20%)
Electricity Generation (+10%)
Excavation & Rescue (+15%)
Jury-Rig (+20%)
Math: Advanced (+15%)
Mechanical Engineer (+15%)
Military Fortification (+15%)
Salvage (+20%)
Read (& Operate) Sensory Equipment (+20%)
Trap/Mine Detection (+20%


Communications:Any
Electronic Countermeasures (+10%),
Optic Systems (+ 10%),
Radio: Scramblers (+10%),

Surveillance Systems (+10%),
Sign Language and T.V./Video (+10%)


Domestic: Any (+10%).

Electrical:
Basic Electronics (+10%),
Computer Repair.

Espionage:Any
Detect Ambush (+15%)
Detect Concealment (+15%) .

Horsemanship: General only.


Mechanical:Any
Aircraft Mechanics (+15%),
Automotive Mechanics (+15%),
Basic Mechanics (+15%),
Locksmith and Munitions Expert (+15%) only.



Medical:
Animal Husbandry (+15%),
Brewing (+10%),
Holistic Medicine (+15%)
Paramedic (+10%) only


Military:Any

Camouflage (+15%),
Find Contraband, Weapons & Cybernetics (+15%),
Military Fortification (+15%),
Recognize Weapon Quality (+15%)
Trap Construction (+10%) only.



Physical: Any (+15%),

Pilot: Any. (+15%)no robots or power amour
Pilot Related: Any
Navigation and Read & Operate Sensory (+15%)
Equipment only (+10%).

Rogue:Any
Concealment (+10%),
Find Contraband, Weapons & Cybernetics (+15%),
Prowl (+15%)
Streetwise (+10%)


Science:Any
Chemistry (+15%)
Mathematics: Advanced (+10%)


Technical: Any (+5%).

W.P.: Any.

Wilderness: Any (+10%).


Secondary Skills:


The character also gets 6 Secondary Skills at first level of experience, plus one at levels 4, 6,8 and 13. These are additional areas of knowledge that do not get the advantage of the bonus listed in parentheses. All new skills start at level one proficiency.



Standard Equipment:

In the world of Chaos Earth the Survivalist / Prepper will have many suit of S.D.C. armor, a M.D.C. armored vest (4d6 M.D.C. light ) and M.D.C. armored, an S.D.C. rifle or shotgun with 6D6x I00 rounds, an S.D.C. handgun with 2D6x 100 rounds M.D.C Conceal weapons at all times a survival knife, a pocket knife or pocket toolkit, an S.D.C. and M.D.C. cutting torch, half a

dozen sets of fatigues or other utility clothes, a complete set of medical supplies (bandages, antiseptic, antibiotics, etc.), batteries, hand saw and axe, a portable generator, an assortment of books in hard copy and on disk (may be a few volumes or an entire library) and an impressive assortment of survival gear, usually collected into a bug out bag that is mobile (bedrolls, backpack, compass, maps, water purification filters, etc.) Worth 4D6x 100000 credits.

These Corporate Survivalist /Corporate Prepperhave set up personal caches and hideouts, however they know there may come a time when it's safer to bug out then stay put, even if that means abandoning
years' worth of provisions and gear. Prepper has a several Bug out Bag, set, and ready to roll the moment that they need to take off and escape a myriad of dangers. The Preppers can pick a location in North America that he or she has a stockpile of gasoline, batteries, weapons, ammunition, medical supplies, food stores and fresh water to last them (and their family, if they have one) for 5d4+10 years. Keep in mind that due to circumstances the Prepper might need to bug out and leave behind supplies. Due to popular video media during the Golden Age, the Nebraskan Prepper made .



Money:

Most Preppers have spent the majority of their cash/ credits on Prepping. But Corporate Survivalist /Corporate Prepperhave may have 6D6xl,000,000 in valuables on them, carried as cash, gold, and credits.



Cybernetics and Bionics:

Cybernetics are limited to medical and emergency-type systems such as lung filter, oxygen storage cell, Geiger counter, and other augmentation to help one survive in an inhospitable environment.



Note: Corporate Survivalist /Corporate Prepperhave will be an expert at locating supplies and sniffing out valuables wherever they might travel.



Experience Table:
Use militia O.C.C from Chaos Earth on page

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