the Neutralizer

A sort of mini-tank, the Neutralizer is a small treaded vehicle that the GI Joe team can roll out to handle various destructive tasks. It's armed with a dual-fire missile launcher, as well as three separate guns, and has radar-assisted targeting. It has these vehicular characteristics:

Body Armor (s): a miniature tank, the Neutralizer naturally provides protection from attack. It has an m.s. of 10, and its occupant enjoys like, or +2, body armor against physical assault. Some body parts are exposed, however; this armor can be bypassed with aimed fire.

Communications Gear (i): the Neutralizer is equipped with a gigahertz frequency, frequency wobbler clandestine operations radio system. It has intensity 5 communications power (with a 25 mile range) that features enhanced, intensity 10 signal encryption.

Double Cannons (i): the main weapon on the Neutralizer is this front-mounted weapon. It consists of dual missile launchers, which can be fired singly or in tandem. The launched projectiles inflict intensity 11 damage, boosted by +1 if both weapons strike simultaneously.

Guns (a): the Neutralizer has three gun mounts - two on the front, for the driver, and one on the rear for a passenger. All of these weapons can be fired to inflict their operator's Agility +5 damage in a short burst, or their Agility +6 damage in a full-auto lead spread.

Propulsion (a): the Neutralizer has a decent top speed for its weight; it is heavily armored, after all. It can move at around 60 miles per hour (intensity 2) on regular roads, reduced to 45 miles per hour on more rugged terrain.

Radar Unit (w): assisting it in an anti-aircraft role when necessary, the Neutralizer is armed with a radar system. It can track targets within ten miles of its location (intensity 4), and also assists in the targeting of the double cannons as well.

Extra Goodies:

the Neutralizer Saga System 13 Text File Download

GI Joe directories featuring a version of the Neutralizer:


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