- "Post-Collision life saw an increase in both hunting and being-hunted. Which led to a rise in amateur gunsmiths and homegrown technology. Nothing says 'stay down' better than an artisanal taser attached to a bespoke arrow. Where's your housemade tarragon reduction now?"
- —In-game description.
The Judgement of Enra is a gauss rifle appearing in Shadow Warrior 2.
Overview[edit | edit source]
Usage[edit | edit source]
Judgement of Enra is an efficient but finicky weapon. While it`s ostensibly not elemental without mods, the projectiles it shoots will lodge into enemy and then cause electrical damage after a delay. This pause in damage allocation makes weapon problematic to use as a run and gun weapon.
One good tactic with this gun is to make liberal use of vanishing technique - pop up, hit two (or four, if you lucked out and loaded the double clip) different enemies with it, then vanish for reloading and change of location. While you`re out of sight, the delayed damage will trigger and possibly remove the targeted enemies out of play outright - or at least make them easy pickings for a next volley or a follow up with another weapon.
Another (often overlooked) option lies with the fact that this gauss gun is actually two-barreled, which makes it possible to install a multishot mod. While doing this will make sniping a lackluster proposition, it allows for impressive ambushing attacks. Vanish is really helpful, if this path of upgrade have had been chosen.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This gun comes with a monopod, clearly suggesting it`s been designed as a sniping weapon.
- The weapon is named after Enra, leader of the Ancients in Shadow Warrior (2013).