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Phaedra
ArchLongRifle
Statistics
Weapon Slot Primary
Weapon Type Rifle
Trigger Type Auto
Utility
Noise Level Alarming
Fire Rate 12.50 rounds/sec
Accuracy 11.8
Magazine Size 250 rounds/mag
Reload Rate 50 rounds/sec
Normal Attacks
Impact wImpact 11.3
Puncture wPuncture 29.4
Slash wSlash 4.5
Crit Chance 10.0%
Miscellaneous
Introduced Update 17.5
Devastate free-space enemies with Phaedra, the Soma's big-sister.

The Phaedra is a large-caliber Archwing rifle that shares design aesthetics and mechanics to the Soma. It was released in Update 17.5.

Manufacturing Requirements
Credits64
45,000
Barrel
1
Receiver
1
Stock
1
Tellurium64
2
Time: 12 hrs
Rush: Platinum64 50
MarketIcon Market Price: Platinum64220 Blueprint2 Blueprints Price: Credits6435,000
Drop Locations

BlueprintMarket
BarrelErpo, Earth
Syrtis, Mars
ReceiverMontes, Venus
StockSalacia, Neptune (Rotation C)

BlueprintMarket
Caelus, Uranus (Rotation C)
BarrelErpo, Earth
Syrtis, Mars
ReceiverMontes, Venus
StockSalacia, Neptune (Rotation C)

BlueprintMarket
Caelus, Uranus (Rotation C)
BarrelErpo, Earth
Syrtis, Mars
ReceiverMontes, Venus
StockSalacia, Neptune (Rotation C)

Characteristics

This weapon deals primarily Puncture b Puncture damage.

Advantages:

  • High Puncture b Puncture damage – effective against armor.
  • Has a Madurai Pol polarity slot.
  • Very high fire-rate once fully spooled.
  • High status chance for an Archwing gun.

Disadvantages:

  • Damage drops off over distance.
  • Requires a short period of time to reach optimal fire-rate.
  • Low accuracy makes it harder to hit enemies past 300 meters.
  • High fire-rate drains magazine fairly quickly.

Notes

  • The Phaedra's fire-rate increases the longer it fires until it reaches a set limit, giving it a maximum fire rate of 100% above its listed value equating to a fire rate of 25.0 rounds per second.
  • Though it's described as "the Soma's big-sister", it's more-so due to the aesthetic design, and not the actual stats of the weapon.

Trivia

  • Phaedra is a character in Greek Mythology best known for her role in Euripides' play, Hippolytus. Phaedra's name derives from the Greek word φαιδρός (phaidros), which meant "bright".
  • It appears that the Phaedra's UI icon is missing its barrel-like magazine. This can also be seen on the Karak Wraith.

Media

  • The Phaedra
  • Color customization for the Phaedra
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