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"That's for if things get really hardcore, or if you wanna blow up moons."
Rocket Raccoon[src]

The Hadron Enforcer is a weapon designed by Rocket Raccoon. It was used during the Battle of Xandar by the Guardians of the Galaxy to defeat Ronan the Accuser.

History

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Creation

Designed by Rocket Raccoon out of the spare parts of the Milano, the Hadron Enforcer was used against Ronan the Accuser and the Cosmi-Rod in the Battle of Xandar. It was also used to threaten the Ravagers when they held Peter Quill and Gamora captive.[1]

Star-Lord's Rescue

Drax threatening the Ravagers

When Star-Lord and Gamora were captured by the Ravagers, Rocket Raccoon and Drax the Destroyer threatened to use the Hadron Enforcer to destroy the Eclector. Star-Lord was able to make a deal with Yondu Udonta and radio Rocket to back down.[1]

Battle of Xandar

Star-Lord about to use the Hadron Enforcer on Ronan the Accuser

During the Battle of Xandar, Star-Lord used the Hadron Enforcer on Ronan the Accuser, but it proved ineffective, the Free warlord taking it to the chest with barely any sign of damage. When the Dark Aster crashed on Xandar, Quill supplied a distraction in the form of a dance-off, giving Rocket Raccoon enough time to repair the weapon, after which Drax used the gun to destroy the Cosmi-Rod and release the Power Stone.[1]

Capabilities

The Hadron Enforcer is a weapon that can fire a bullet that contains hadron particles, which explode on impact of the target. Depending on the amount of matter and mass the target has the shell blast can, per Rocket's prerogative, shatter lunar bodies. 

References

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