"Lullaby" Heavy Blaster Pistol Affiliation Black Market Manufacturer Outlaw Techs Size 28.5 cm length Weight 2.5 kg Composition Stamped Durasteel frame, chromium partsWeapon Type Heavy Blaster Pistol Damage Type Heavy Ammunition Capacity 5 Fire Selector Semi Automatic Max Range 25m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Description Like its sister project, the Violator, the Lullaby was also developed in the Arakyd Technology design labs. When the Violator's design was stolen, Arakyd Technology lost the Empire's trust and also the contract to build the Lullaby. A few were produced and sold in the civilian market, but the company was unable to put the weapon into mass production. But such was the popularity of the design that many an enterprising engineer in the black-market reverse-engineered its design and illegal clones began cropping up all over the Galaxy. Like all heavy weaponry of this type, the Lullaby trades range, accuracy, and capacity to greatly increase the destructive power of the fired beam. The blaster's bulky design housed a high capacity tibanna gas power cell cartridge, but the heavy demands of shot means that the weapon has a capacity of only 5 shots. But the beam it does produce could knock over a Bantha. The powerful beams also take a heavy toll on the Lullaby's body and the blaster deteriorates at a much faster rate than standard blasters. But despite its heavy recoil and difficulty of use, the weapon has made a small but dedicated market for itself. Part of it being due to the Lullaby being one of the few heavy blasters which include a low-to-heavy powered adjustable stun setting. Legality Heavy Blasters are highly destructive and therefor highly illegal in all moderately civilized system, including all of Sith space. While not as heavily legislated against as disruptors, getting caught with a heavy blaster pistol in the wrong place can still land you a healthy sentence working a spice mine on Kessel. Intent To provide a more advanced heavy blaster with the added stun mode. Advanced Tech YES. These weapons and others like the, are highly expensive and often difficult to find, requiring special brokers or well connected arms dealers. 2-3 tech plot threads of appropriate risk are required to obtain one.