Special Equipment


Okay, so you don't wanna get all metal-led up and hard into the face, heh? No problem. We got a couple of slick little gadgets to put you even up with the cybers.

BattleGloves (900.00)
Heavy gauntlets that cover the entire hand and forearm, articulated with artificial muscle and hydraulics. A Battle glove delivers 3D6 crushing, 2D6 punching damage, and has three spaces for any standard cyberarm weapon or option, except Hydraulic Rams.

Smartgoggles (200.00)
Want all the advantages of getting cyberoptics, but without the humanity loss? Smartgoggles can be outfitted with chips to simulate the effects of up to 4 cyberoptic options (each option costs the same as a cyberoptic option, less 10%). Smartgoggles come with a smartgun plug and cables, allowing the Targeting scope option to be used (+ 1 to ranged attacks).

For example, Razorjack decides to buy a set of Smartgoggles. He selects Thermograph, Digital camera, Low Lite and Targeting scope as options. His total cost is 200. (base cost)+990.=1190.

Linear Frames (Price Varies)
A linear frame is a powered exoskeleton, giving the user tremendous strength. There are three levels of linear frames: Sigma, Beta and Omega.

Type Strength Cost
Sigma 12 5000.
Beta 14 7000.
Omega 16 9000.

Normally, exoskeletons are worn as part of a cybernetics package (see Putting Cyber Into Punk). However, you can put on a linear frame without having it interfaced directly to your nervous system. Instead, you can simply chip into the suit as if it were any cyberbike or vehicle, taking a -2 REF penalty to do so.

Not bad, eh? just make sure they don't take'em off ya, chombatta.

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