A new approach to missile weapons introduced by Frontier Armaments and Security Association (FASA) is the scatterpack concept. The idea is similar in application to antique slug-thrower designs that propel several projectiles at once. Frontier Armaments has taken this concept and applied it to concussion grenades and concussion missiles.
A full detailing of ranges and other statistics is available on the COMPREHENSIVE WEAPONS TABLE. These smaller-than-normal ordinance rounds are launched in volleys and strike in a pattern that improves a gunner's chances of putting his rounds on target. Of course the more skilled a gunner is with his weapon the more rounds he is likely to put on target.
|number of projectiles fired|
|0-3||1||1||1||1||1||1||1||"Success" equals the amount by which the gunner's to-hit roll (Gunner plus Fire Control) exceeds the Difficulty Number of the target.|