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The Nemesis comes with a removable 100-round hopper, giving it a particularly large ammo capacity. It is a fully automatic blaster with dual horizontal flywheels and has a conveyor belt feeding mechanism not unlike the Khaos MXVI-4000. It also features an agitator that grabs the rounds from the hopper into the conveyor belt. It takes six D-sized batteries, but it is also compatible with the RIVAL rechargeable battery pack that is also usable in the Khaos MXVI-4000. It also has two tactical rails; One on the hopper, and the other on the underside of the blaster itself.
Position in Theme Edit
The Nemesis acts as something of a heavy machine gun of the RIVAL line.
Blaster Co-relation Edit
The Nemesis is very much similar to the Khaos MXVI-4000 because of the size, and the conveyor belt-based feeding mechanism. They also have the same type of battery trays. That being said, this makes the Nemesis compatible with the rechargeable battery pack. It is the third flywheel blaster in the RIVAL series.
How to Fire Edit
Step 1 - Load 6 D batteries or the Rechargeable Battery Pack.
Step 2 - Load the 100-round hopper into the Nemesis.
Step 3 - Hold down the acceleration trigger, then pull the trigger once to fire one round, or hold the trigger for fully automatic fire.
- The Nemesis MXVII-10K is named after Nemesis (Also known as Rhamnousia or Adrasteia) a goddess in Greek mythology who enacts vengeance on those who succumb to hubris (arrogance before the gods).
- With its 100-round hopper, the Nemesis MXVII-10K has the second-highest ammo capacity of any Nerf blaster in history, the first being the N-Strike Elite series Hail-Fire, which was advertised as having a 144-dart capacity. It is still the highest-capacity RIVAL series blaster, as well as the highest-capacity single-feed Nerf blaster.
- 10K is an abbreviation for the number 10,000, which in the case of the RIVAL line, refers to the Nemesis' 100-round capacity.