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Pathfinder Ranger

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Pathfinder Ranger
Pathfinder Ranger
Blueprint Rarity Rare
Item Rarity Rare
Type Pistol
Firing Mode Automatic
Blueprint Source Milky Way
Icon Pistol Rare.png
Development Materials Omni-Gel Canister
Iron
Lithium
Element Zero
Augmentation Slots 2

The Pathfinder Ranger is a pistol. It is available to players who purchased the Deluxe or Super Deluxe Edition. Tier V is the highest available for any Pathfinder firearm.

Description[edit | edit source]

This submachine gun feeds data directly to a Pathfinder's SAM, allowing adjustments to the automatic weapon's balance, recoil, and heat buildup. The Ranger was subjected to intense weather conditions in an effort to damage its mechanisms. In dangerous environments, Pathfinders must have reliable tools.

Pathfinder Ranger angle.png

Upgrades[edit | edit source]

Name Damage Icon.png Damage Rate of Fire Icon.png Rate of Fire Max Clip Size Icon.png Max Clip Size Max Ammo Icon.png Max Ammo Accuracy Icon.png Accuracy Weight Icon.png Weight
Pathfinder Ranger I 24 700 75 225 45 20
Pathfinder Ranger II 26 700 75 231 48 19
Pathfinder Ranger III 27 700 75 237 50 18
Pathfinder Ranger IV 29 700 75 244 52 17
Pathfinder Ranger V 31 700 75 250 53 16

Notes[edit | edit source]

The singleplayer stats shown on this page are baseline: Initiative I armor, no skill points assigned, no profile active.

The following augmentations cannot be applied to the Pathfinder Ranger during development:

As the Pathfinder Ranger is already an automatic weapon by default, do not apply the Automatic Fire System augmentation to this weapon during development. This only wastes an augmentation slot.

Despite being classified as Rare, the Pathfinder Ranger only has 2 augmentation slots.

All weapons in the Pathfinder Elite Weapon Set have a naming bug that occurs when developing these weapons. If you develop weapons at Tiers II-V, and do not rename the weapon, the weapon will default to Tier I in the name. The Tier II-V weapons are correct for stats/functionality, they just have the wrong name. If you want the name to display correctly, you will have to change the name.

There is no multiplayer version of this weapon.