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{{Weapon_Base_Template|type = Pulse accelerator|image1 = Scorpion.png|required_level = 20|description = Boasts great accuracy, ideal for any scope.|power_score = 2400|damage = 80%|fire_rate = 10%|range = 90%|accuracy = 100%|max_ammo = 12|durability = 552|energy_drain = 6|mass = 900|effect = Projectiles pierce up to 2 meters of any armor with slight damage reduction}}The 'Scorpion' is a weapon in Crossout.
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{{Weapon_Base_Template|type = Pulse accelerator|image1 = Scorpion.png|required_level = 20|description = Boasts great accuracy, ideal for any scope.|power_score = 2400|damage = 80%|fire_rate = 10%|range = 90%|accuracy = 100%|max_ammo = 12|durability = 552|energy_drain = 6|mass = 900|effect = Projectiles pierce up to 2 meters of any armor with slight damage reduction}}The 'Scorpion' is a relic rarity weapon in Crossout.
 
== Crafting ==
 
== Crafting ==
 
Weapon can be manufactured from the Engineers Relic workbench upon reaching level 20 with that faction. Production time is 5 days.
 
Weapon can be manufactured from the Engineers Relic workbench upon reaching level 20 with that faction. Production time is 5 days.

Latest revision as of 18:19, March 13, 2020

The 'Scorpion' is a relic rarity weapon in Crossout.

Crafting Edit

Weapon can be manufactured from the Engineers Relic workbench upon reaching level 20 with that faction. Production time is 5 days.

Requires Resources
Wires 1000
Electronics 1000
Copper 1000
Uranium Ore 600
Requires Parts
PA Scorpion fragment 150
Hammerfall 1
Reaper 1

Appearance Edit

The Scorpion's appearance is very similar to that of the General Atomic mobile coilgun. Its barrel is a pair of rusted brackets packed with chrome plated electromagnetic accelerators. Halfway down its barrel is a Kevlar sheath with cross patterns. At the barrels base is a cylindrical module made of polished metal. This is held in place by a rusted steel frame and has eight large power cables connecting to its front next to the barrel. A tank of liquid nitrogen (N2) is present at the very back of the turret, with a valve connecting it to the steel frame.

Below the barrel lays a large brown metal module presumably being a power unit. The cabling from the barrel cylinder connects to this box, which is lightly chamfered on the front. Behind this box is the turret's elevation motor and below that, connected via thin metal plates is its azimuth motors. Four motors make this up, a blue and grey one at the front, with two smaller red ones at the sides.

The base of the weapon is built of the same rusted steel, with four large stabiliser legs converging at a circular mounting plate.

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