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Actually Tau do have HW SG but as far as I know its only Aun'Shi who has one. You cant have them as an option for normal Tau, normal shield gens are only available as options on XV8 and XV88 Battlesuits(plus the ones from Forge world)Originally Posted by Shas'O RenoSaurus
Last edited by Rikimaru; August 21st, 2005 at 16:28.
Rikimaru pretty much hit the nail right on the head. Maybe in the new Tau Codex/Update though.
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what is it that it does to have something hot-wired?
i can`t find an answer in the codex
To hot-wire a car means to start it without using a key. Any car built before the use of variable resistance keys can be hot wired. A thief simply takes the starter wires and put them together, as a sort of "Mock-Key" and the car will run. This problem was solved after auto manufacturers started using keys that had a resistance to them. The car had a ohmmeter that measured the resistance and if it wasn't sastisfactory then the car would not start. Therefore hot-wiring a new automobile is close to impossibleOriginally Posted by Anders midtgaard
On the other hand, Hard-wired systems can be found a couple of pages before the actual statlines start. I believe that the Multitracker, Target-Lock, Drone-Controller can be hard-wired. I may be missing one though.
A Hard-wired system is like a non-hardwired one, except it doesn't take up a hard-point. This makes it possible to have a Helios 6 suit for example, with a TL-Plasma Rifle, fusion blaster and a HW-Multitracker
Last edited by dymew; August 24th, 2005 at 17:11.
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Specifically, hard-wired systems are cybernetic, built into the Tau themselves. Tau got those cuz they're all inventy, yo. They even UNDERSTAND the crap they build, whoa.
hah okay i made a mistake there :p but hey it was pretty funny
thanks for the rules guys, that should makes my crisis suits a bit better