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Disintegrator

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Universe Name : Prime Timeline
Weapon Name : Disintegrator

Used on the planet Angel One, the disintegrator was the standard method of execution on the planet. It comprised a pair of emitters which flanked a small platform. A transparent sphere was touched to activate the device, which would cause whatever was on the platform to disintegrate. The process took several seconds, and was regarded as a humane method of execution.1

In 2364 Mistress Beata planned to use the disintegrator to execute Captain Ramsey and his crew, who had been campaigning for gender equality on the planet since they were marooned there some years previously. Beata relented at the last moment and instead exiled the fugitives.1

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References

# Series Season Source Comment
1 TNG 1 Angel One
Series : TNG Season 1 (Disc 3)
Episode : Angel One


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