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Última edición, 15-03-2018 por JARVIII


Compacta y mortal, la Cestra descarga rayos de energía a un ritmo cada vez más rápido.

The Cestra is a Corpus-built Sidearm added in Actualización 11.0. In essence, It is a scaled-down version of the Supra, where it has a brief spooling period before reaching its maximum fire rate.

This weapon can be sold for 5.000 Credits64; it is also a material requisito for Dual Cestra (x2).

Requisitos de Fabricación
Credits64
25,000
NanoSpores64
3,000
Rubedo64
1,200
Gallium64
4
Neurode64
2
Tiempo: 24 hrs
Acelerar: 25 Platinum64
MarketIcon Precio: Platinum64 175 Blueprint2 Precio: Credits6420,000

CharacteristicsEditar

This weapon deals primarily damage.

Advantages:

  • High magazine size.
  • Fast reload speed relative to magazine size.
  • High damage – effective against armor.

Disadvantages:

  • No damage – less effective against health.
  • Short wind-up time in which the Cestra fires slowly, similar to the Supra.
  • Projectiles have travel time, between the Dera and the Supra.
  • High recoil when fully spooled.
  • Poor Ammo economy. It is advised to use Pistol Ammo Mutation.
  • Low status chance.
  • Low critical chance. 

Configuraciones para el armaEditar

NotesEditar

  • Despite the high rate of fire, there is a significant and mandatory pause between releasing the fire button and being able to fire again, limiting the Cestra's ability to fire single shots or short bursts. 

TipsEditar

TriviaEditar

  • The Cestra's barrel rotates slowly clockwise when not in use, and spins faster as it is fired.
  • The reload animation consists of the player pulling out the barrel, flipping it and reinserting it back into the Cestra, oddly making the revolving barrel the magazine itself.
    • This may suggest that the cylinder may be composed of two separate batteries; one used to fire plasma shots while the other is collecting energy from ammunition reserve of the user.
  • The Cestra's may be a numeral-derived name, just like other Corpus-designed weapons released around the time: the Tetra, which has a barrel with four blocks attached and a "quad-chambered magazine"; and the Penta, which has a five-grenade magazine. Cestra may be a corruption of Sexa-/Sext-, from sixth, and has a rotating section with six blocks.
    • While Tetra- and Penta- are Greek numeral prefixes, Sexa-/Sext- is a Latin numeral prefix. The appropriate Greek prefix would be Hexa-.

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Patch HistoryEditar

See alsoEditar