The Kessel Run
Armored Space Suit
|9||Civilian Vacc Suit||All||6*||©10,000||25||2C/24 hr.||4|
|10||Space Biosuit||All||15/3*||©10,000||5||2C/6 wk.||3|
|10||Nanoweave Vacc Suit||All||30/15*||©12,000||30||2C/36 hr.||2|
|11||Energy Cloth Vacc Suit||All||50*||©20,000||30||2C/72 hr.||2|
|12||Space Armor||All||150/90||©30,000||45||2C 24 hr.||2|
Civilian Vacc Suit (Pictured Above)
An ordinary vacc suit worn by most spacers TL 9 and TL 10. The suit has a back-mounted life-support pack (LSP), which provides heat-regulation, cooling, and energy for the suit’s systems. It has built-in biomedical sensors (UT p187). It is sealed with the addition of a vacc suit helmet, providing climate control (-459deg to 250deg F), pressure support up to 10 atmospheres, radiation protection (PF 2), and vacuum support. Its DR applies to all damage.
This flexible pseudo-living counterpressure vacc suit resembles a form-fitting jumpsuit. Made of smart bioplastic, it absorbs sunlight and recycles waste, giving it an extended air supply (some wastage occurs, but the suit provides full life support for six weeks as long as its power supply can be charged). A small belt pack contains the air needed for recycling and a power pack to supplement the solar power system.
The space biosuit is self-sealing for punctures up to an inch in diameter, and more extensive damage is slowly repaired. It is powered by the user’s body heat and lives off his waste products. The suit also includes flexible bioplas gloves and a transparent hood-helmet, which are stored in the belt pack when not in use. These meld seamlessly with the suit when worn. No clothing or armor can be worn under a Space Biosuit.
When the suit is sealed with the hood on, it provides climate control (-459deg F to 250deg F), pressure support up to 10 atmospheres, and vacuum support. Like Bioplas, the biosuit has a split DR: use it’s higher DR vs most attacks, but its lower DR against corrosion, crushing, and toxic damage. The suit also contains a printed standard computer (UT p22).
Nanoweave Vacc Suit
A heavy-duty tactical vacc suit reinforced with impact-resistant ballistic armor. The suit has built-in biomedical sensors (UT p187). It is sealed with the addition of a vacc suit helmet, providing climate control (-459deg to 250deg F), pressure support up to 10 atmospheres, radiation protection (PF 2), and vacuum support.
It has a split DR: use the higher DR against piercing and cutting damage, and the lower Dr against all other damage types.
Energy Cloth Vacc Suit
A tactical vacc suit made of energy cloth armor. The suit has built-in biomedical sensors (UT p187). It is sealed with the addition of a vacc suit helmet, providing climate control (-459deg to 250deg F), pressure support up to 10 atmospheres, radiation protection (PF 2), and vacuum support.
Its DR protects against all types of attacks.
This complete suit of articulated and pressurized plate armor enables its wearer to operate in almost any environment. Often worn in battle, or while visiting a hostile environment, and engineering crews may wear it for dangerous damage control tasks – the suit provides good protection against radiation and explosions. Space armor of this sort is only available from TL 12 species’ manufacturers – resulting in its exorbitant cost.
The suit includes biomedical sensors and a climate control system. It is sealed with a space helmet, providing climate control (-459deg to 250deg F), pressure support (to 10 atmospheres), radiation protection (PF 10), and vacuum support. Space Armor has a split DR: use its higher DR for attacks to the torso, and its lower DR for attacks to other areas.
|10||Bubble Helmet||Head||9||©2,000||5||B/36 hr.||4|
|10||Visored Space Helmet||Head||20/15||©2,000||4||B/24 hr.||3|
|11||Bubble Helmet||Head||20||©3,000||5||B/36 hr.||4|
|11||Flexible Space Helmet||Head||8*||©©500||-||4|
|12||Bubble Helmet||Head||30||©3,000||5||B/36 hr.||4|
|12||Combat Infantry Helmet||Head||54/36||©2,000||5||B/36 hr.||2|
|12||Visored Space Helmet||Head||60/45||©2,000||4||B/48 hr.||3|
Each helmet has a split DR: use its higher DR for attacks to the skull, and its lower DR for attacks to the face and eyes.
A fishbowl helmet made of rigid transparent plastic or diamondoid. The user should wear his own vision and communication gear.
Visored Space Helmet
An enclosed helmet with a transparent faceplate. This incorporates a small comlink, an infrared visor, and hearing protection.
Flexible Space Helmet
Essentially a pressurized bag, this is made of light, flexible plastic, inflated by a puff of air from the suit. It can be rolled up and stored in a pocket. The user must wear his own communications and vision gear.
Combat Infantry Helmet
This rigid, full-face visored helmet is usually worn with the combat hardsuit. It has built in GPS, hearing protection, a small comlink, and an infrared visor. Filter masks are built into the cheek pieces. With the visor locked into place, the helmet provides an airtight seal to hardsuits.