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So the description only says that ranged weapons can be mounted on the slots but if does not specify if Two-Handed weapons can be installed or not. Is it possible for example to install a Heavy Reaction Cannon on my armor?
The Jarlslayer has a missile battery on its back,is it possible for me to equip my armor with heavy weapons on shoulder mounts or the back?

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You may have one ranged weapon per weapon slot. Light, long arm, sniper, and heavy are not specified, meaning you could install any of them. The Jarlslayer has 2 weapon slots and two ranged weapons to fill those slots in the artist rendering. The missile battery being located on the shoulder is not indicative of being able to add more weapons. There is currently no armor upgrade to add additional weapon slots.


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Corran54 wrote:
You may have one ranged weapon per weapon slot. Light, long arm, sniper, and heavy are not specified, meaning you could install any of them. The Jarlslayer has 2 weapon slots and two ranged weapons to fill those slots in the artist rendering. The missile battery being located on the shoulder is not indicative of being able to add more weapons. There is currently no armor upgrade to add additional weapon slots.

I understand that the Jarslayer has 2 weapon slots but my question was if it is possible for those slots to be located on shoulders or the back leaving my hands free

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Biztak wrote:
Corran54 wrote:
You may have one ranged weapon per weapon slot. Light, long arm, sniper, and heavy are not specified, meaning you could install any of them. The Jarlslayer has 2 weapon slots and two ranged weapons to fill those slots in the artist rendering. The missile battery being located on the shoulder is not indicative of being able to add more weapons. There is currently no armor upgrade to add additional weapon slots.
I understand that the Jarslayer has 2 weapon slots but my question was if it is possible for those slots to be located on shoulders or the back leaving my hands free

The core rule book also makes reference to how much damage you do with an unarmed strike while in power armor as well as using the armor's listed strength when making attacks with melee weapons, so I would go with yes.

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