Liandry Rail Gun

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Liandry Rail Gun
10 / 40
brst 5
A powerful burst-fire precision rifle with near-instant damage delivery.
9 / 18
r+e time
1.75 / 2
  • Full Wall Penetration
  • Ejection Shield Consume
  • The Liandry Rail Gun is a burst-fire weapon, firing five extremely fast-moving armor-piercing projectiles that penetrate enemies and obstacles. Has high accuracy for a burst-fire weapon, but poor recoil control. Very limited magazine size and max ammo.

    Characteristics[edit | edit source]


    • High accuracy (for a burst-fire weapon)
    • Default ammo is armor piercing
    • Projectiles will pierce enemies and obstacles, allowing kills to be made from virtually any position
    • High range
    • Extremely fast projectile speed
    • High ammo gain


    • Very small magazine size (2 bursts)
    • Very limited max ammo, limited even more by burst-fire
    • Low control causes the last few shots of the burst to be inaccurate; performs poorly on the move
    • Ejecting will lose all shield, regardless of amount (no shield recharge delay inflicted)

    Notes[edit | edit source]

    • Counts as both a Precision Rifle and Special weapon for class-specific bonuses

    Tips[edit | edit source]

    • The Hair Trigger attachment is an obvious choice for conserving ammo; semi-auto fire eliminates the problems in accuracy/recoil control caused by burst-fire
    • The DMR Conversion module (must be at 100% power to affect weapons with 10 magazine size) will automatically provide the effects of the Hair Trigger while also giving a damage bonus, saving an attachment slot

    Trivia[edit | edit source]

    • The weapon's current name is a reference to the Liandri Corporation from the Unreal series. They're one of the main team sponsors in the series and are responsible for creating many of the weapons used by competitors, though the series has never featured a player-usable railgun.
    • Earlier instances of this weapon had a different design and fired Titanium Blades, which were also used by the Ripjack