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  • Karakzorn
    Original poster 60 posts

    So I was rewatching the Ukrainian Eurovision song (

    ), and I thought what an Ukrainian operator would look like in siege. And so I started thinking of something that has a lot of patterns with the war situation.

    Here’s my idea:
    Nationality: Ukrainian
    Gender: female?
    Gadget type: grenade denial, grenade trajectory manipulation
    Friendly fire: yes.
     
    Reverse magnet station:
    While wamaii’s disks pull in grenades, this device instead pushes away grenades, it is the size of a meluci banshee and can be melee’d to be destroyed. It is bulletproof at all times.
     
    What does it do?
    It projects a sphere like the device (imagine a banshee as model), however it is always humming so enemies know there is one nearby. When a thrown grenade enters its sphere, the magnet will force-eject the projectile away from the RMS, this enables the defenders to toss explosives at a 90 degree into the enemy, or instead makes grenades bounce back into the enemy.
     
    Uses:
    Main hallways to protect against grenade tosses into the site, enables defenders and attackers to toss grenades into a room which are then redirected at a 90 degree, if they throw their grenades at a sharp 90-degree angle into the radius of the device (for some pro league gymnastics). But likely its main purpose will be to push out every single grenade enemies attempt to throw into the site.
    Notable flavour items: it has an interesting interaction with fuze as fuze grenades, if ejected through the wall, will bounce back into the wall, preventing a significant amount of potential damage.
    Note that the push-back is constant, not a one time push. This means that if grenades drop into the device, they will be force-pushed out of the radius constantly, resulting in grenades being shoved into the wall and maybe unable to drop down if the angle keeps them stuck.

    Loadout:
    Equipped with 2 of these devices,
    stats: 2 speed/2 armor
    Weapons: AK-74M, SASG-12, GSH-18? (would like to see the AK-74 be featured, don’t really care about the rest of the kit)

    Flavour:
    With the amount of use of explosive weapons in the Ukrainian/Russian war some kind of defending operator that protects people from explosives feels very fitting.

    If coding this bounce-back mechanic is too difficult, simply making it an invisible grenade wall would also work, meaning the device emits a force field which stops grenades, probably a lot easier, as it mainly requires coding an invisible wall that only blocks grenades.

    See bellow in the comments images:

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  • Karakzorn
    Original poster 60 posts
  • Justifier-98
    90 posts

    @Karakzorn Nice gadget idea. Did you write a story and or psychological report for your operator? Without a story or psychological report, I'm not sure if the developers would add it in without some kind of story for your operator. Your idea for gadget would definitely useful for countering certain attackers abilities and grenades. Just a question though, would this device also push Thatcher's emp grenades or would they detonate upon encountering resistance from that device?

  • RamboBambiBambo
    160 posts

    OPERATION // RAZOR EDGE


    DEFENDER OPERATOR // VOLK

    Andrei Kasparov

    NATIONALITY // Ukraine

    HOST CTU UNIT // CCO "Сили Спеціальних Операцій "
    (SOF Special Operations Forces)

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pGnoAUzhzrel0PhZmwX7bw3oLBzu6Z9hz3D-VvietGo/edit?usp=sharing: (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pGnoAUzhzrel0PhZmwX7bw3oLBzu6Z9hz3D-VvietGo/edit?usp=sharing)

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