Talk:Naval Particle Projector Cannon

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(Choose One)Man-Pack Particle Cannon or Man-Pack Particle Projection Cannon or Man-Pack Particle Projector Cannon or M-P PPC or Semi-Portable Particle Cannon or Semi-Portable Particle Projection Cannon or Semi-Portable Particle Projector Cannon or S-P PPC or (1 Damage, 40 kg, no BA mounted Equivelent *)--Cameron 15:37, 23 December 2010 (UTC)

Semi-Portable Particle Cannon or Semi-Portable Particle Projection Cannon or Semi-Portable Particle Projector Cannon or S-P PPC at any point, there are only two (2) classes of infatry portable support PPCs, but this name has been used for either class depending on the book, this is why the names are duplicated in each--Cameron 15:37, 23 December 2010 (UTC)

(Choose One)Support Particle Cannon or Support Particle Projection Cannon or Support Particle Projector Cannon or Support PPC or Semi-Portable Particle Cannon or Semi-Portable Particle Projection Cannon or Semi-Portable Particle Projector Cannon or S-P PPC (2 Damage, 1,800 kg with trailer, iirc 200 kg without, 240 kg & 2 Slots BA Mounted)--Cameron 15:37, 23 December 2010 (UTC)

(Choose One) Particle Projector Cannon or Particle Projection Cannon or PPC (10 Damage, 7,000 kg, 3 Criticals BattleMech Mounted)--Cameron 15:37, 23 December 2010 (UTC)

(Choose One) Naval Particle Projector Cannon or Naval Particle Projection Cannon (Capitol Weapon)--Cameron 15:37, 23 December 2010 (UTC)


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  • May be carried Rifle Style by BA with Gloves or Armored Gloves: uses infantry Stats with no range boost for Advanced Fire Control Computer (standard on Combat Units), The Kage squads originally having had one trooper in 4 carrying an infantry portable Support Weapon that required a crew of 2 or less in its hands {as per rules for light industrial exoskeletons dividing the crew requirement in half}... when BA Construction rules were codified, the squad support weapons were created to attempt to account for this when just giving the PA(L) hands and having the PA Squads roll as if they were a 4 Man Infantry Platon would be adequate... That Being Said we definately gained from the change.)--Cameron 15:37, 23 December 2010 (UTC)