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Petrol converter, tactical

Starfinder Armory p.38

Level: 7
Price: 6750
Damage: 2d6 F or A
Range: 80 ft.
Capacity: 40 petrol
Usage: 4
Bulk: 1
Special: Analog, modal (disintegrator)

This longarm has an extra cylinder connected to the petrol tank that contains a series of converter filters housing active bacteria. Diverting the petrol flow through this system before firing allows the bacteria to convert the fuel into acid. In addition to the tactical, advanced, elite, and paragon petrol converters, manufacturers have produced a light petrol converter for industrial applications.

Two-handed WeaponsTypeLevelPriceDamageRangeCriticalCapacityUsageBulkSpecialSource
Petrol converter, lightLongarms421501d8 F or A40 ft.40 petrol21Analog, modal (disintegrator)ARM p.38
Petrol converter, tacticalLongarms767502d6 F or A80 ft.40 petrol41Analog, modal (disintegrator)ARM p.38
Petrol converter, advancedLongarms10185003d6 F or A80 ft.40 petrol11Analog, modal (disintegrator)ARM p.38
Petrol converter, eliteLongarms14765005d6 F or A80 ft.40 petrol21Analog, modal (disintegrator)ARM p.38
Petrol converter, paragonLongarms183850009d6 F or A80 ft.40 petrol21Analog, modal (disintegrator)ARM p.38


This weapon does not use any advanced electronics, computer systems, or electrical power sources. It is immune to abilities that target technology. While this use of the word “analog” is not technically correct when referring to technology, use of the term in this way has become common throughout the Pact Worlds.


A modal weapon can be toggled to deal different types of damage, with the options listed in the weapon's damage entry. The weapon can deal only one type of damage at a time; changing the weapon's mode to deal another damage type requires a move action. The weapon category of a modal weapon is based on the first damage type listed. If its second damage type causes it to be considered a different category of weapon when dealing that damage, that category is listed in parentheses. For example, a modal weapon in the flame category that deals 1d6 fire damage or 1d6 cold damage lists “modal (cryo)” to indicate that when it is used to deal cold damage, it is treated as a weapon in the cryo category.

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