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Hardcorps Armor

A heavy plastoid shell armor, the Hardcorps is one of the best you can get
outside a powersuit. Thought it causes some encumberance it makes up for
it with a strong shell and reflective coating. The helmet is designed just
like that of the Softshell, with a single horizontal visor strip for the
eyepeice with a thin white prertrusion running the length of it just above
to shade it. The rest of the armor is smooth and a very dark blue that
blends into the night. A substance known as reflec is coated on it to
protect it from passive sensors in the area.

Model: Akira Armor Company Hardcorps
Type: Specialized Infantry Armor
Scale: Character
Cost: 6,900 credits
Availability: 3, R or X
Game Notes: +2D physical +2D energy -1D to dexterity
            Comlink Helmet:
                The comlink system itself is a small unit that fits inside the helmet. Effective range of up to a kilometer.
            Reflec:
                +2D to sneak in low lgiht conditions, also adds +2D to
              difficulty for sensors to detect the wearer.
            Targeting Acquisition System:
                Face visor displays red target
              display that is linked directly to the soldier's main weapon
              +1D to ranged weapons skill.
            Visor:
                 Capable of standard light amplification (no penalty for
               darkness, smoke, etc), infrared (views via heat signatures) and
               magnification (standard macrobinoculars).


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