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Deodate (weapon concept)

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The Deodate


Devika's weapon of choice.


Modern gangs on the 17th arm scavenged this versatile implement of murder

from the ruins of a lost district. Relatively easy to reverse engineer, it's become 

ubiquitous among the gangs of subdistrict 5767. Female wielders are particularly

common, thanks in part to its fairly light weight, effective range and ability to 

effortlessly cut through metal and stone without need of tremendous physical 

strength.


Utilizing a compact A.M.E (Atom Manipulation Engine) the staff telescopes and 

lengthens up to four times its original measure. Solid light is projected into the bladed 

tip, wherein it is dispersed in a manner most spectacular. The serrated, quavering 

edges of the solid light emissions burn at an absurd temperature of 5,777.77 K, more 

than hot enough to melt off the screaming faces of any unruly beastie the user is 

bound to scuffle with.


It comes in several varieties. The head can be swapped for any number of blades or 

penetrating implements.


When not being used, the weapon folds up neatly, making it easy to transport from 

battle to battle.


To slice open the bodies of the living with graceful elegance. Surely this weapon

allows Devika to feel -- for however fleeting a moment -- the thrill of being both a warrior

and a dancer, performing on a razor's edge.


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WKarellen
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