|Standard Clip Size||20 shots or 1 overcharged|
|Standard Clip Cost||1|
Description: The smallest cousin of the Blueshard Blasters line, the blaster pistol (or 'blistol') uses a blueshard battery to allow for 20 microsecond pulses per clip equaling about 5 seconds of Laser Rifle power per shot. It fires short, pulsed laser shots, not a continuous beam. Blueshard becomes grey dust once it's spent. It's a very small and inconspicuous sidearm, small enough for concealed carry or for pilots in tight vehicles.
Special: One can discharge the entire remaining battery power into one shot, melting the weapon to slag and delivering a beam of about Cutting Laser strength (if a fully charged battery was used). Try not to encase your hand in molten metal when using this feature.
For one token you can add a heatsink that prevents the pistol from melting when firing its overcharged shot.
Firing settings: there are 3 firing modes:
- Standard, a concentrated pulse of about a finger-thick at medium range
- Medium, giving a slightly dispersed pulse about the size of an orange at medium range, with less armor penetration than focused but larger damage surface
- Diffused, giving a majorly diffused pulse ('shotgun mode'), for short-range blasts
Designed by Miyamoto de Bergerac.