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Tarantula. The Tarantula Sentry Gun, sometimes simply referred to as a Sentry Gun, is an automated mobile weapons system used by the Astra Militarum, various Planetary Defence Forces, the Adeptus Arbites, and the Adeptus Astartes. The exact origins of the Tarantula's nickname is unknown. The Tarantula Sentry Gun is operated by a Machine Spirit (artificial intelligence)-controlled logic engine capable of operating entirely without human input. As such, the Tarantula is used in a variety of roles where human soldiers may be caught at a disadvantage, such as covering approaches to key positions, conducting watch over perimeter defences against surprise attacks, and defending landing sites and extraction routes, where they can delay enemy pursuers while Imperial forces retreat. The most effective use of a Tarantula Sentry Gun is in a tunnel or during starship boarding actions, where when positioned at the end of a corridor they can keep enemy units pinned under heavy fire while remaining safe from flanking operations. While the automated systems of the Tarantula turret will fire upon whatever target that is in range, its logic engine will first check for and engage those hostiles that it is best armed to deal with. A Tarantula armed with Heavy Bolters will preferentially fire upon enemy infantry first and a Tarantula armed with Lascannons will target enemy vehicles first. Only after the Sentry Gun's preferred target is destroyed will it fire upon the available secondary targets. The Tarantula Sentry Gun and its variants are powered by a small power cell that is located safely inside of the turret housing. Tarantulas, and other Sentry Guns not named in Imperial records can be used during void combat by Imperial Navy or even Imperial Guard personnel in transport ships awaiting deployment to a new destination. Sentry Guns used during ship-to-ship combat can be used both for defence against enemy boarding parties and as extra firepower to provide cover for offensive boarding actions.
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