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  • Energy blaster
  • Energy Blaster
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  • The Energy Blaster is a kind of Turret attached to the Slench. They are seen in use by all the Slenches Samus Aran encounters in the Alimbic Cluster, in Metroid Prime Hunters. Energy Blasters fire bursts of plasma that if fired upon, will reveal pickups like Energy Capsules and Universal Ammunition. They are round and blue in appearance. The Blasters are disabled when the Slench unattaches itself from the wall. There are 3 of them found with every Slench.
  • Energy Blaster is a Dual Pistol style. Dual Pistol weapons with the Energy Blaster style: * Paired Synth-Plated Pistols
  • The Energy Blaster was Makuta Zomahk's primary tool. It is capable of firing powerful energy blasts, as well as focus his Shadow powers. It can also be used as a sword in combat. The tool was later destroyed when Zomahk was killed by Miserix. It was also capable of shape-shifting along with the user.
  • The Tenth Doctor modified some blasters to penetrate the heat shields and polycarbide of a Dalek; enough to create a battle long enough for Rose and Mickey to escape, but not to the point where the Daleks would be destroyed. The blasters disabled the Cult of Skaro's weapons and impaired their casings, though the they quickly adapted and regained control of their weapons. (TV: Doomsday) The weapons room of Torchwood Three contained blasters, but the room was locked when Lisa Hallett attacked so they could not use them. (TV: Cyberwoman)
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Origin
Game
  • Metroid Prime Hunters
Name
  • Energy blaster
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  • Turrets on the wall of the chamber fire blasts of plasma generated by the Slench.
Type
  • Energy weapon
First
  • Army of Ghosts
tool image
  • 250
tool user
tool status
  • Destroyed
tool function
  • Fireing energy blasts, channeling user's Elemental powers, melee
Used by
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  • The Energy Blaster is a kind of Turret attached to the Slench. They are seen in use by all the Slenches Samus Aran encounters in the Alimbic Cluster, in Metroid Prime Hunters. Energy Blasters fire bursts of plasma that if fired upon, will reveal pickups like Energy Capsules and Universal Ammunition. They are round and blue in appearance. The Blasters are disabled when the Slench unattaches itself from the wall. There are 3 of them found with every Slench.
  • Energy Blaster is a Dual Pistol style. Dual Pistol weapons with the Energy Blaster style: * Paired Synth-Plated Pistols
  • The Energy Blaster was Makuta Zomahk's primary tool. It is capable of firing powerful energy blasts, as well as focus his Shadow powers. It can also be used as a sword in combat. The tool was later destroyed when Zomahk was killed by Miserix. It was also capable of shape-shifting along with the user.
  • The Tenth Doctor modified some blasters to penetrate the heat shields and polycarbide of a Dalek; enough to create a battle long enough for Rose and Mickey to escape, but not to the point where the Daleks would be destroyed. The blasters disabled the Cult of Skaro's weapons and impaired their casings, though the they quickly adapted and regained control of their weapons. (TV: Doomsday) Upgraded versions of these guns were developed by the parallel world's Torchwood and used by Rose Tyler, Jackie Tyler and Mickey Smith. They fired a narrower, more opaque beam which could easily destroy a Dalek. (TV: The Stolen Earth / Journey's End) The weapons room of Torchwood Three contained blasters, but the room was locked when Lisa Hallett attacked so they could not use them. (TV: Cyberwoman) By the time the Cybermen joined the Alliance, they had incorporated similar weapons into their arsenal. The Cybermen accompanying the Cyber-Leader when the Eleventh Doctor was imprisoned under Stonehenge carried the weapon, although the Cyberman guarding the Pandorica still used the blaster on its wrist. (TV: The Pandorica Opens) The weapon was still in use when the Cybermen organised into the Cyber Legions, (TV: A Good Man Goes to War, GAME: The Eternity Clock) although they continued to use wrist blasters as well. (GAME: Blood of the Cybermen, PROSE: Plague of the Cybermen)