OUT OF CHARACTER INFORMATION
- Intent: A personal weapon of Valdus Bral
- Image Source: http://toyhaven.blog...review-iii.html
- Canon Link: N/A
- Primary Source: Z-6 Rotary Blaster
- Manufacturer: Valdus Bral
- Affiliation: Valdus Bral, Closed Market
- Model: B-3 Rotary Blaster
- Modularity: No
- Material: Durasteel, Quad Blaster harness components, and Z-6 Rotary Blaster components.
- Classification: Blaster
- Size: Large
- Weight: Heavy
- Ammunition Type: Power Cell or Generator
- Ammunition Capacity: 200 bolts or more when using a generator.
Reload Speed: Slow
- Effective Range: Average
- Rate of Fire: Extreme
- Stopping Power: High
- Recoil: Average
- Automated servomotor mounting arms that position the weapon, brace the weapon, reload, fire, as well as store and/or ready the weapon.
- Integrated AI that acts like a primitive battle droid that controls the arms and firing of the weapon.
- Comes with a rudimentary tracking cross-hair HUD as well as voice commands through standard Comlink devices.
- Extremely high rate of fire
- Manageable Recoil due to mounting arms
- Hands-free firing and reloading
- This weapon is heavy
- This weapon runs out of ammunition quickly, unless a dedicated generator is used
- While not an innacurate weapon, due to the shorter length of the barrels from the Z-6, uncontrolled firing will quickly reduce accuracy of shots at average and further range
- Due to the weapon being nearly entirely controlled by a semi-intelligent combat AI, the weapon can be compromised by weapons that disable droids
This weapon was the response to Valdus Bral's inability to be content with just two arms and limited weapons. Valdus carries a large physical shield and thus his offense has been compromised. In order to work around this unfortunate state of affairs, Valdus began tinkering with a few of his heavy weapons. Named after the Basilisk Droid, the B-3 is half the size, half the barrels, of the Z-6 Rotary Blaster. Using parts from the harness of a Quad Blaster, Valdus was able to make two, back mounted shoulder automatic rotary blasters. Due to the large amount of space taken up by the mounting arms, the blasters themselves, and the miniature power-cell array backpack that feeds the rotary blaster, it is impossible for a traditional jetpack to be used or any other back mounted devices.