Hey there! You know me and why I'm here so without further ado I shall get to grading for you.
Now, the thing is according to your job ending you claimed a Strong + Item from the job ending. As per the equipment
rules, all item abilities must be passive. I can see that you have not stated that this is an item, armour or weapon, nor are the abilities passive. In the template next to 'Type' you should confirm what type of equipment this is, as in whether it is an item, weapon or armour. Additionally, should you choose to make this an armour or weapon, you will need to change the proof of acquisition as the link you have provided will only validate a Strong + Item. Bump when you have amended this and I'll take a look.
@Victoria Sheridan wrote:Name:
DH-40 Centaur Prototype Grade:
Hovercycle Proof of Acquisition:
I obtained this item by invoking the second Passive of Merces Letifer Magic's Y-Rank Ascendant Ability Gold Rush. Proof is here. Ending A Job: Page 25, Post Number 621 Description:
A prototype hovercycle created by the joint efforts of Dr. Hanlon and Dr. Loretta Reid of Motor City, this vehicle uses anti-gravity propulsion instead of traditional tires to move across the ground. This feature ensures a smooth ride across most types of terrain. It also never requires refueling due to a special generator that powers the vehicle.
The prototype entrusted to Victoria boasts two special features that will never be included in the mass-produced model: a Rapid Acceleration Boost and a Mounted Gun. The Rapid Acceleration Boost temporarily increases speed at the cost of reduced control over the vehicle and raising the engine's temperature to a less-than-safe temperature; it is more of an emergency measure than a go-to feature. The gun is useful for clearing away obstacles or engaging enemies; it can be an unpleasant surprise for enemies expecting Victoria's vehicle to be unarmed.
- DH-40 Centaur Prototype:
- Rapid Acceleration Boost:
Name: Rapid Acceleration Boost
Range: 50 Meters
Speed: 50 Meters per Second
Duration: 1 Post
Description: By twisting the throttle control forward as hard as she can, Victoria can engage the Rapid Acceleration Boost for a sudden and dramatic increase in speed. However, this comes at the cost of forcing the vehicle into a wheelie and raising the engine's temperature to a less-than-safe operating temperature, discouraging repeated uses in a short time. Therefore it is reserved for when a quick boost is needed to make good an escape or clear an obstacle.
The boost propels the Centaur forward 50 meters at a speed of 50 meters per second. It lasts for one post.
- Mounted Gun:
Name: Mounted Gun
Damage: 80 HP
Range: 200 Meters
Speed: 200 Meters per Second
Duration: 1 Post
Description: The Mounted Gun is deactivated by default as a safety precaution, but by activating the weapon built into the Centaur with the press of a button, Victoria gains access to a mounted gun that fires a single bolt of white energy at a target. The shot has a range of 200 meters and travels at a speed of 200 meters per second. If the target is hit, it takes 80 HP in damage and is knocked back. OOC permission is required to knock back and move PCs or Event NPCs.
The mounted gun can only fire forward, but it packs a punch that can clear obstacles or force human opposition out of the way. It is also good for engaging in running battles with other vehicles since its targeting computer compensates for the Centaur's speed when aiming a shot.
OOC permission is required to engage in battles with vehicles driven by PCs or Event NPCs.
- Need A Lift?:
With this Plot Ability, Victoria can carry one or two passengers on the Centaur without sacrificing performance. In the absence of passengers it can carry up to 500 pounds of cargo in saddlebags or other containers without sacrificing performance.
- High Security:
Victoria's ride is a distinctive one and is sure to attract a lot of attention, including the wrong sort of attention. To make theft more difficult the Centaur is keyed to Victoria's ethernano signature and the electronics are made to be highly resistant to hot-wiring or other forms of tampering. While it can still be stolen by a determined individual with the appropriate technical know-how, the security is strong enough to discourage casual attempts.