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Jal Phoenix

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Taran Sender's Skinwalker
« on: 12 November 2022, 10:30:10 »
This is the personal configuration of the Skinwalker used by Taran Sender in the story Wolf Pelts and Raven Feathers, available in Shrapnel Issue 10. I don't think there's a record sheet published, but these are the stats I sent in. Consider it a fan design until it gets an official record sheet.

Taran Sender uses an all energy config to ease supply issues on his long-term mission. He does miss the punch of a heavy gun, but he's learned to master the smaller weapons.

I'm not messing with the format.

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Type: Skinwalker
Technology Base: Clan (Advanced)
Tonnage: 55
Battle Value: XXXX

Equipment Mass
Internal Structure: Endo Steel 3
Engine: 330 XL 12.5
Walking MP: 6
Running MP: 9
Jumping MP: 0
Heat Sinks: 13 [26] 3
Gyro: 0
Cockpit (Interface): 4
Armor Factor (Lamellor): 161 11.5
Internal Armor
Structure Value
Head 3 9
Center Torso 18 24
Center Torso (rear) 6
R/L Torso 13 21
R/L Torso (rear) 5
R/L Arm 9 16
R/L Leg 13 19

Weight and Space Allocation
Location Fixed Spaces Remaining
Head None 0
Center Torso None 6
Right Torso 2 XL Engine 4
6 Ferro-Lamellor
Left Torso 2 XL Engine 4
7 Endo Steel
Right Arm None 8
Left Arm 2 Ferro Lamellor 6
Right Leg 2 Ferro Lamellor 0
Left Leg 2 Ferro Lamellor 0

Weapons and Ammo Location Critical Tonnage
ER Medium Laser RA 1 1
Small Pulse Laser RA 1 1
Double Heat Sink RA 2 1
Double Heat Sink RT 2 1
2 Large Pulse Lasers CT 4 12
Double Heat Sink CT 2 1
Double Heat Sink LT 2 1
ER Medium Laser LA 1 1
Small Pulse Laser LA 1 1
Double Heat Sink LA 2 1



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Re: Taran Sender's Skinwalker
« Reply #1 on: 26 November 2022, 00:24:38 »
Twin LPLs in the CT is pretty gnarly. Not that any 'Mech with an XL could truly be a zombie, but wow, you've really gotta tear this thing's heart out to kill it.


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