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BananaPancake-Chan
BananaPancake-Chan Jan 18 2013, 3:54pm says:

Just another pattern folks.

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kijebe
kijebe Jan 18 2013, 10:53pm replied:

we have so many patterns we are like the seamtresses of guns!

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jokamo
jokamo Jan 19 2013, 2:07pm replied:

is there a pattern that is useful in small numbers?

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kijebe
kijebe Jan 19 2013, 7:40pm replied:

what, like the .45 calibre machinguns guant's ghosts use in that refinery?

effective in small numbers, but not really a "lasgun"

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BananaPancake-Chan
BananaPancake-Chan Jan 20 2013, 12:04am replied:

Depends on the situation. I guess you could say that the Long Las is useful in small numbers, but at distant ranges. In closer quarters, there's a lasgun pattern that has double clips for extra sustained fire in full auto.

Hellguns are good in small numbers too, but only specials get to use them, if I remember correctly, they're actually stronger than Bolters...so yes, they are quite decent in small numbers.

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kijebe
kijebe Jan 20 2013, 6:20am replied:

yeah, hellguns are the BOMB, but you need a shitton of ammo, or that like half ton backpack for reserve

i've always been a fan of the special weapons that guardsmen find or mod or are at least rare, like bolt action rifles or something

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Grimpast
Grimpast Jan 20 2013, 10:10am replied:

Theoretically why doesn't the Imperium of Man arm all of the guardsmen with hellguns? At least 50% of them? Is the Imperium poor? :)

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Mr_F1sh
Mr_F1sh Jan 21 2013, 9:19am replied:

they can't because alot of planets can't make them..

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GeneralKong
GeneralKong Jan 19 2013, 4:50pm says:

what benefits does this pattern have over the others?

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murauder
murauder Jan 20 2013, 1:10am says:

What is the most powerful lasgun pattern for imperial guardsmen? Excluding snipers, kasrkins, stormtroopers, and other elite or specialist units.

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DerEisenmann Creator
DerEisenmann Jan 20 2013, 3:39am replied:

Well from what I know the "Lucius pattern, no. 98" used by the DKOK. It operates with a higher engery level than other lasguns.

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Luthorian
Luthorian Jan 20 2013, 10:27am replied:

That's before putting in a hotshot power cell. Seeing as the Kantrael M36 used by the Cadians on full power can pierce Space Marine helmets and the Lucius 98 is even more powerful...

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BananaPancake-Chan
BananaPancake-Chan Jan 21 2013, 3:57am replied:

Can't expect anything less from Space German engineering! :D

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BanditPanda
BanditPanda Jan 21 2013, 8:51am replied:

GOTTA LOVE DEM SPACE GERMANS! FUR DEN KAISAR!

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ODSTred13
ODSTred13 Feb 11 2013, 8:04pm says:

here is your standard issue laser pointe-er i mean "lasgun" good luck di-er i mean serving the EMPRAH!

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cowzwithgunz
cowzwithgunz Mar 21 2013, 9:31pm says:

Ah yes... The pee shooter is the technical term for what Orks call them.

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