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Gun Information
Full name FN P90
Country of origin Belgium
Manufacturer FN Herstal
Game Information
Faction Griffin & Kryuger
Manufactured /
Revised by
Voice actor Morohoshi Sumire
Artist LM7
Released on CN, TW, KR, EN, JP
Chibi Animation

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How to obtainEdit

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DROP Not obtainable as a drop.

REWARD Not obtained as a reward

Exclusive EquipmentEdit

Union SkillEdit

There is no union skill for this T-Doll.

Stats / DataEdit

96(x1)190(x1) / 950(x5) 25(x1) / 85(x5) 20(x1) / 60(x5)
13 30
15 83
3 15
 Rate of Fire
63 93
 Move Speed
 Crit. Rate
 Crit. Damage
 Armor Pen.

Ranking of this Doll's specs relative to other Dolls of the same type.

Ranking of this Doll's specs relative to every other Doll.
Affects assault rifles
Increases damage by 12%
Increases accuracy by 30%

Weapon BackgroundEdit

The FN P90, also known as the FN Project 1990, is a personal defense weapon (PDW) designed and manufactured by FN Herstal in Belgium. Created in response to NATO requests for a replacement for 9×19mm Parabellum firearms, the P90 was designed as a compact but powerful firearm for vehicle crews, operators of crew-served weapons, support personnel, special forces, and counter-terrorist groups.

In the 1980's, NATO became concerned that the submachine guns currently in use amongst its member nations were incapable of piecing new modern body armor. They began looking for potential replacements for the 9x19mm Parabellum, as well as weapons capable of chambering this potential new cartridge. NATO specifically called for two weapons as part of this new project: a compact shoulder-fired weapon and a handheld weapon, both of which had to chamber the same round.

Belgian defense manufacturer FN Herstal would be the first to attempt to meet these challenges. FN would develop a new small-caliber, high velocity cartridge with the 5.7x28mm round. In conjunction with this new ammunition, development of what would become the P90 began in 1986. With the P90, FN hoped to create a compact, lightweight, ergonomic submachine gun capable of punching through even modern ballistic armor. The finished design would enter production in 1990, from which the "90" in its name is derived. Following the P90's introduction, FN revised the 5.7×28mm ammunition, shortening its length in order to make it easier to use for their FN Five-seveN pistol, which was in development at this time. A modified version of the P90 with a magazine adapted to use the new shortened ammunition was subsequently introduced in 1993.

The P90 is a selective fire, straight blowback-operated weapon with a rather unusual shape. This design, which makes extensive use of polymers in order to save weight, was apparently the result of extensive research into ergonomics. As previously detailed, it fires the 5.7x28mm round designed by FN Herstal, and has a cyclic rate of fire of around 850–1,100 rounds per minute. It fires from a closed bolt, which helps make the P90 an incredibly accurate firearm. The P90 is notable for being fully ambidextrous — it can be operated by right or left-handed shooters with equal ease, and without making any modifications to the weapon. The charging handle, magazine release, and backup iron sights are symmetrically distributed on both sides of the weapon, and the firing selector is located directly at the foot of the trigger, where it can be operated from either side by the shooter's trigger finger or support hand thumb. When fired, the P90 ejects spent cartridge casings downward through a chute located behind the grip, so spent cases are kept out of the shooter's line of sight.

The P90 is currently in service with military and police forces in over 40 nations, including Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Greece, India, Malaysia, Poland, and the United States. In the United States, the P90 is in use with over 200 law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Secret Service. While developed and initially marketed as a PDW, it can also be considered a submachine gun or compact assault rifle. The standard selective fire P90 is restricted to military, law enforcement, or holders of a Federal Firearms License (FFL). However, since 2005 a semi-automatic version has been offered to civilian users as the PS90.

Character Background

Having little interest in honor and glory, she participates in combat simply due to her love for group activities, as she's a follower who likes to copy what others do. She enjoys cosplaying in her private time, often dressing up as T-Dolls around her and even imitating the way they speak. A powerful, animated yet elusive person. [1]


Main artwork

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Alternative artwork

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  • Prior to the introduction of 'Guaranteed Rate-Up' events, P90 possessed an individual obtainment rate lower than most T-dolls, making her one of the rarest T-Dolls within her class. She still has one of the lowest base obtainment rates outside of rate-ups.
  • The title of SMG P90 P90 P90's "The Girl from B.E.L." costume is likely a reference to the Spy Action TV series "The Man from U.N.C.L.E."
  • Mendo's Bison gun in Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is very similar to the P90.