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{{Weapon_Base_Template|type = Plasma emitter|image1 = Synthesis.png|description = Launches a dense batch of overheated plasma.|power_score = 740|damage = medium|fire_rate = Burst fire - 1 second charge for 5 shot burst.|range = short-medium|accuracy = very high|durability = 151|energy_drain = 4|mass = 158}}The 'Synthesis' is a weapon in Crossout.
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{{Weapon_Base_Template|type = Plasma emitter|image1 = Synthesis.png|description = Launches a dense batch of overheated plasma.|power_score = 740|damage = medium|fire_rate = Burst fire - 1 second charge for 5 shot burst.|range = short-medium|accuracy = very high|durability = 151|energy_drain = 4|mass = 158}}The 'Synthesis' is a special rarity weapon in Crossout.
 
== Crafting ==
 
== Crafting ==
 
Weapon can be manufactured from the Dawn's Children Rare workbench upon reaching level 3 with that faction. Production time is 1 hour.
 
Weapon can be manufactured from the Dawn's Children Rare workbench upon reaching level 3 with that faction. Production time is 1 hour.

Latest revision as of 21:45, March 21, 2020

The 'Synthesis' is a special rarity weapon in Crossout.

Crafting Edit

Weapon can be manufactured from the Dawn's Children Rare workbench upon reaching level 3 with that faction. Production time is 1 hour.

Requires Resources
Scrap Metal 450
Copper 50
Requires Parts
LM-54 Chord 3
Radio 2
Small wheel 2

Appearance Edit

The Synthesis is built of a large rectangular barrel with a slicked barrel above a core made of a rusted I beam. The rest of the barrel is wrapped in fabric tied on with string and screws. At the weapon's centre is a rotary core of five energised plasma cells, each rotating in a Gatling motion to the barrel mouth to fire. A large motor with wires connecting it to a small control unit sits behind these cells and connects to a gearing that rotates them. The I beam connects to a ball bearing mount made of curved metal and a cylindrical gyromotor core. At the weapon's base is a circular pad on which the azimuth motor is mounted alongside a red electrical box held on with bent metal brackets. Wires run raggedly along the weapon's outer case and occasionally dip into the components to connect them all together.

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