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Old 01-22-2015, 07:36 PM   #1
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Default Raser laser combination

Playing star munchkin and curious if when combining items such as raser and other weapons such as gazer, do they in fact become 1 single item and have the same effects as with item enhancers if they are lost, stolen, or discarded that they would both go and couldn't be separated back into 2 separate items to keep a portion of the bonus.
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Old 01-22-2015, 07:58 PM   #2
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Default Re: Raser laser combination

The rules refer to the combined Laser as a single 2-Handed weapon (a term that is usually, but loosely, defined as Items that use Hands, not specifically a single Item. That's not by accident. The rules go on to say:

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However, the combined weapon can be broken down a piece at a time if necessary, and counts as one Item for each card making it up. You cannot Annihilate or Antimatter the whole weapon . . . just one card! Similarly, only those laser weapons that say they are Complex count as Complex items, where that matters. (But non-Gadgeteers can snap two or more Complex lasers together and use them both!)
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