Piccolo Amico

Allen Ciano

Previous Owner



Compact Modular Saw Machinegun

Weapon Derivation

Submachinegun, Circular Combat Saw



[X] Slashing

[ ] Piercing

[ ] Bludgeoning

[X] Other: The grinding damage caused by the high-torque engine. (Chewing damage?)


  • Ammunition:

[ ] Dust (Mechanized use only)

[X] Bullets: (.45 H.I.C. cartridges, linked in a disintegrating belt.)

[ ] Other: (Please Describe)

[ ] None

  • Delivery Method:

[X] Gunpowder:

[ ] Tension (Bow, Slingshot, Etc):

[ ] Thrown:

[ ] Casting:

[ ] Other: (Describe)

  •  Dust type:

[ ] Red - Fire

[ ] Orange - ???

[ ] Yellow - ???/Thunder

[ ] Green - ???

[ ] Blue - ???/Water

[ ] Cyan - Ice

[ ] White - ???/Impact

  • Dust status:

[ ] Cut

[ ] Uncut


Piccolo Amico - Machinegun:

In this setting, the Amico is built for one thing and one thing only: Pure, unadulterated, wholesale slaughter. While with a steady hand and short bursts the weapon can be used precisely, it is designed to unleash a torrent of gunfire on unfortunate foes. The .45 caliber High Impact Combat cartridges it uses are capable of punching holes through flesh as well as most types of light to mid-weight body armor.

The bullets retain their shape even after impact, so they don't leave biggest bullet wounds you've ever seen. That said, as the Amico is fed by interlockable ammo belts that range at about a hundred rounds and length. Add in the fact that the reloading process is mainly automated and takes about four seconds from ejecting the fed belt to consuming the old one, and suddenly you've got a whole darned lot of not-the-biggest-holes in a hostile.

Piccolo Amico- Combat Saw:

This mode was built to give just about anything that moves a real bad day. Using a  heavy-duty rotary saw blade as the striking surface is only half the source of this mode's destructive potential: The high-torque motor propelling it means that even if the blade cant straight-up cut its way through something, there's a good change it'll simply chew and tear it apart anyways.

That said, the mode isn't exactly the most nimble of attack varieties. The options for motion available to the user while wielding it are quite limited. Oftentimes at closer ranges the wielder is forced to play a defensive strategy until an opening presents itself. Against opponents of lesser skill, this isn't too much of a problem: The Amico's sawblade has a way of eating the weapons it blocks, providing they're forged from sub-hunter-grade materials.


  • Was originally forged by Allen Ciano in preparation for the founding of his criminal empire.
  • Ciano owns and uses the weapon to this day, to the point that he regards it as his most loyal tool. Bear in mind, he put his men in this category as well.

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