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Close-up view of part of a Night Scythe's twin-linked Tesla Destructors

Annihalation Barge

An Annihilation Barge armed with twin-linked Tesla Destructors

A Tesla Destructor is a form of Necron Tesla Weapon that unleashes a bolt of living lightning that crackles from foe to foe after hitting its target, charring flesh and melting armour. Tesla bolts feed off the energy released by the destruction, and the lightning discharge becomes more furious with every fresh arc, alsmost as if driven by a mind of its own. In some cases, these energetic projectiles have even been observed to crack ceramite and plasteel. These weapons have been named by the Imperium after the ancient Terran scientist Nikola Tesla, who was the first human known to experiment with this type of weapon technology, although the Necrons had perfected it long before humans even existed.

A Tesla Destructor is the largest known type of Tesla Weapon, and such is the shocking rapidity of its fire that the lightning unleashed is capable of leaping from target to target so quickly that they are unable to ground themselves. A single direct hit from a Tesla Destructor might incapacitate an entire squad, leaving a trail of smouldering carnage across a broad swathe of the battlefield behind them. Due to a Tesla Destructor's large size, it is most commonly found mounted on vehicular platforms. An Annihilation Barge is renowned for the twin-linked Tesla Destructors which serve as its primary armament, whilst Night Scythes, Doom Scythes and Night Shrouds are armed with twin-linked Tesla Destructors built into their underslung turrets.

SourcesEdit

  • Codex: Necrons (5th Edition), pp. 82, 91, 95
  • Codex: Necrons (7th Edition) (Digital Edition), pg. 202
  • Deathwatch: The Outer Reach (RPG), pg. 119
  • Imperial Armour 12 - The Fall of Orpheus, pg. 124

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