Wavesplitter

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Wavesplitter
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Production overview

Manufacturer:

Omolon

Rarity Class:

Exotic

Weapon Type:

Trace rifle

Min-Max magazine:

94

Specifications

Feed system:

Liquid Fuel

Ammunition type:

Sound Waves

Rate of fire:

1000 RPM

Damage:

Void

Service history

Affiliation:

Guardians

 
"Omolon's newest breakthrough uses focused sonic waves to superheat electrons into a devastating energy beam."
— Weapon description

Wavesplitter is an Exotic Trace rifle introduced in Forsaken.

Perks[edit]

  • Harmonic Laser: Laser damage has three power levels that oscillate while the trigger is held down.
  • Polygonal Rifling: Barrel optimized for recoil reduction. Increases stability.
  • Enhanced Battery: Strong battery life. Increases magazine size.
  • Supercharged Battery: Collecting an Orb of Light grants a short period of maximum power that starts with an automatic reload.
  • Fitted Stock: This stock makes the weapon stable but heavy. Increases stability. Moderately controls recoil. Slightly decreases handling speed.

Lore[edit]

From the makers of the Coldheart comes the latest in breakthrough City Age technology: the Wavesplitter. Here are the three most frequently asked questions we get about our revolutionary weaponized sound system.

Q: If the Wavesplitter fires sound waves, does it need ammo packs?

A: The Wavesplitter does need ammo packs, but the onboard matter transmuter turns that ammo into electrical energy that powers the waveform emitter.

Q: What does it sound like when you're hit by it?

A: Our Guardian testers give us many different answers. Some say it sounds like a scream you hear in your bones. Others say it sounds like a dying star. Still others say it reminds them of a knife shaped like a B flat.

Q: Can the Wavesplitter be used as a musical instrument?

A: The Wavesplitter was not designed to be a musical instrument. That said, we at Omolon are in the business of giving Guardians options, not taking them away.

Trivia[edit]

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