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Enforcer Cannon

A modified multicannon tuned to fire larger calibre rounds that deal more damage over a greater range at the cost of fire rate.

— In-Game Description

The Enforcer Cannon is a multi-cannon capable of dealing higher damage at the cost of a lower rate of fire. Despite the low rate of fire, a significant barrel spin-up time is required. This weapon type is power-specific for Simguru Pranav Antal supporters.

It is available as a small class 1 weapon, fixed option only, and is visually represented by the small fixed multi-cannon model.

Compared directly to the class 1 fixed multi-cannon, overall DPS is 145%, and ROF is 56%. Despite having a smaller clip size of 60, the Enforcer Cannon will expend it - and its entire ammunition store - in roughly the same sustained firing time as the multi-cannon. It also has a slightly longer maximum range (4500m) but a slightly shorter Damage Falloff range of 1800m. In all other aspects (except the spin up time), the weapons do not differ.

In combat, the Enforcer Cannon's higher DPS likely makes it superior to an equivalent multi-cannon against moderate to large targets (especially with engineering to increase its damage further), although its lack of gimballed variant and its spin up time seem to disadvantage it against the smaller, more nimble ships that a small multi-cannon will usually be expected to be effective against.

AcquisitionEdit

This weapon can be purchased once the player has pledged their allegiance to Simguru Pranav Antal for 4 or more weeks and has achieved a rating of rank 3 or higher.

SpecificationsEdit

Class 1
Rating F
Mass (T) 2.00
Integrity 40
Power Draw (MW) 0.280
Damage 2.9
ROF/s 4.3
DPS 12.5
Thermal Load/s 0.10
Distributor Draw (MW) 0.06
Armour Pierce Rating 22
Reload Time(s) 4.0
Ammo Clip Size 60
Damage Falloff Range (m) 1800
Maximum Range (m) 4500
Value(CR) 13,980

 Engineer ModificationsEdit

This weapon can be modified by Engineers to enhance its abilities. See the multi-cannon entry for available modifications and possible experimental effects.