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The Artemis XVII-3000 is a pump-action blaster featuring four rotating barrels, a 30-round internal magazine, and a vertical foregrip used as the priming handle. It can be slam fired for a much higher rate of fire. It also comes packaged with 30 High-Impact Rounds.
The Artemis had a direct plunger, some gears, a trigger, a rotating cylinder, trigger lock, and a spring. The sliding cover piece of the magazine system also compresses the springs in each magazine tube to allow for loading.
Position in ThemeEdit
The Artemis seems as if it could act as an assault rifle of sorts.
The Artemis is similar in concept to the older Ballzooka, in which it is a pump-action ball blaster with rotating barrels. Except that the Artemis has four barrels instead of five, and it uses a trigger. Along with that, the balls are loaded in integral tube magazines rather than in the barrels with the Ballzooka. In addition, the Artemis' ammo capacity is two times larger.
How to FireEdit
Step 1 - Slide back the cover and insert 30 High-Impact Rounds into the holes on the front of the magazine tubes, 10 per tube
Step 2 - Prime the blaster by pulling the priming handle back, then forward.
Step 3 - Pull the trigger to fire the blaster.
Step 1 - Perform the first two steps as you would do when single-firing.
Step 2 - Hold down the trigger to continuously fire.
- The Artemis XVII-3000 is named after Artemis, the Olympian goddess of chastity, virginity, the hunt, the moon, and the natural environment. Artemis is also the twin sister of Apollo, who which the Apollo XV-700 was named after.
- The Artemis XVII-3000 is the first RIVAL blaster to be officially released in the season of Spring.