Hot-Shot.pngFictional Item

Name: Project: "Hot Shot"

Category: Machinery

Size/weight: Less than one pound

Rarity: Prototype, one in existence

Value: Unknown

Uses: Reusable quick charge steam generator

Description (ca. 1921): An experimental prototype being developed at RAMI, the “Hot Shot” is a device designed to quickly generate steam. With the press of a button, a catalyst is released in the canister which superheats the water inside. This superheated water quickly becomes steam. However, a flaw in the design allows pressure to build up in the device and, until the design is refined, leads to a powerful explosion. RAMI itself is unsure what sort of uses the device might have but the United States Army sees the “Hot Shot” as a power source for their steam-based weaponry and is interested in developing the device further.

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An experimental prototype being developed at RAMI, the “Hot Shot” is a device designed to quickly generate steam. With the press of a button, a catalyst is released in the canister which superheats the water inside. This superheated water quickly becomes steam. However, a flaw in the design allows pressure to build up in the device and, until the design is refined, leads to a powerful explosion. RAMI itself is unsure what sort of uses the device might have but the United States Army sees the “Hot Shot” as a power source for their steam-based weaponry and is interested in developing the device further.