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Context The Fallout video games series (1997-present) takes place in an over-the-top post-apocalyptic setting. It mixes a Mad Max aspect, 1950s atomic horror conventions and various “after the Bomb” influences. For a primer, see our sample Vault Dweller (the Player Character ...

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Introduction Writeups.org has a number of “Weapons Locker” articles – named in homage to a 1980s supplement for the old Marvel Super-Heroes Role-Playing Game by TSR. They’re not lists of game stats — though there is a lot of stats — but are closer to a guided...

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Context This technical article covers infantry weapons and armour in Mass Effect — the first game — adapted to the DC Heroes and Mutants & Masterminds 3rd edition tabletop role-playing games. For more context, see our general Mass Effect I setting article. This profile...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Overview Firearms now work differently than they did in Mass Effect. Since Shepard is obviously familiar with the new weapons despite having been dead for 2 years, one assumes that those were being rolled out during...

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Introduction This article covers the sort of weapons you’re likely to see in an Old West story (also known as the Western or Wild West genre). These tales are usually set in the US during the 1860s, 1870s and 1880s – the 20-30 years that follow the Civil War. As always in Weapons...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Much of this weaponry doesn’t seem suitable for engaging military targets. The marines in the games are seen wearing hard suits of some sort, but most of the weapons fire light projectiles that are unlikely to...

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Context The caveats, the chapters listing and the technical discussion are in Chapter 0 of the Weapons Locker – Melee Weapons document. Common small, sharp melee weapons Shivs and shanks The meaning of these words varies from area to area and era to era. For our purposes a shiv is a...

(Common types of handguns in stories)
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Introduction This article covers some basics about modern firearms – stuff available from the 1930s onward. As always with Weapons Locker articles, we are interested in fiction, with an emphasis on comic books – but also on action movies and video games, since those media do the heavy...

(Exotic types of handguns in stories)
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Context This article used to be part of our Weapons Locker – Modern firearms – Chapter #1 – Handguns article. Howbeit, the material was cleft. So now it’s easier to peruse on slow connections and less powerful devices. Advertisement (adsbygoogle =...

(Common types of small arms in stories)
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Though the lead writer does happen to have military training, we’re not here to discuss real-world firearms and their use. Furthermore, it is centred on American fiction, since this is the one that floods the world over – and feeds on conventions developed elsewhere, such as Hong...