Particle Acceleration is a technology based on forcing heavy sub-atomic particles to accelerate to near light speeds. A special nano-textured surface emits a focused magnetic and graviton field which both directs the flow of charged particles and accelerates them.

Particle Acceleration devices require a linear high-energy accelerator and an atomic source recombination engine for the particle fuel.

Charged particles ride over the surface of the device at near light speeds, when the particles come into contact with matter; they shatter the molecular bond and cause it to be destroyed. The effects of a Particle Acceleration blade are not unlike that of a chain-saw.

Particle Acceleration devices emit a light blue glow and can sometimes create an audible hum.