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flykiller July 12th, 2019 07:35 PM

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Where are we, anyway, sitting in base on Equus, waiting for call-out?
yes, as per the IC thread Imperial Scout Rescue Service.

SpaceBadger July 12th, 2019 10:40 PM

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Originally Posted by flykiller (Post 604089)
ok, first impression is they appear ok, pending further review. tell you what, your character is fairly experienced, just list here what you think should be in his tool kit. don't forget you'll have to carry it ....

Will get right on that when pain/concentration permits; didn't sleep well, finally crashed from fatigue as sky was starting to get light, just woke up. Pay no mind, pain and meds impose some weird cycles, next i may be awake for 48 than crash for 24.

flykiller July 12th, 2019 11:36 PM

Shadow Shack please specify ammo (thought to be) available to Nyco.

flykiller July 12th, 2019 11:46 PM

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some weird cycles
pbp allows some fairly lenient cycles, don't feel rushed.

vegas July 13th, 2019 12:12 AM

Ishi's Loadout
 
Shigiikarishi "Ishi" Ishkiigegakag
5'5" 135 lbs.
https://steemitimages.com/400x400/ht...-483771118.jpg
Ishi out of uniform

Weapons:
1) TL11 snub pistol
loaded: 6 tranq, 2 gas
reserve: 8 HEAP
tranq (does-controlled) effects 1.5m area
gas (non-persistent, tranq) effects 3m
2) pocket knife

NB: with gun-0 and blade-0, Ishi expects to be fixer not a fighter. The pocket knife is more tool than weapon.

Gear:
3) hazard suit w/ IR & instensifier googles
4) grav belt
5) robotic drone
6) electronics tool kit
7) computer spares kit
8) first aid kit
9) SR go bag
10) computer workpad, ruggedized
11) personal communicator
12) short range RF jammer

@fly - let me know what you think about this list.

Also, just to confirm, a "hazard suit" includes a vacc suit, right?

SpaceBadger July 13th, 2019 12:20 AM

Uniforms/Shipsuits
 
Some of my assumptions about our duty uniforms or shipsuits.

Shipsuit: close fitting garment, comfortable for daily wear, but also operates as skintight vacc suit..Minimal protection from radiation and micrometeoroids; if you're planning to go outside you wear a protective coverall over it, along w PLSS and helmet of choice. For emergency decompression, the shipsuit supplies a soft bubble helmet carried rolled in the collar, and about an hour of life support until you need to connect to PLSS or ship's LS system.

Being Scouts, there is some laxity as to what constitutes "uniform" for wear over the shipsuit. Some Scouts just wear the shipsuit alone. Most wear some variation of BDU coveralls, for the pockets if nothing else. Some, especially solo Explorers, tend to go a little wild in expressing their individuality.

Boots serve as both field and space boots, w magnetic grip when activated.

flykiller July 13th, 2019 12:29 AM

a hazard suit is a semi-armored vacc suit for use in industrial hazard zones and situations - fire, electrical transients, corrosive chemicals, physical impacts, confined spaces. it's not at all combat armor - it's physical profile is much smaller and a plasma bolt will rip it apart - but it's more robust than a simple ordinary vacc suit and correspondingly more expensive.

the typical uniform descriptions look ok. describe the drone, it won't be a high-end model.

SpaceBadger July 13th, 2019 12:30 AM

Forgot about the Hazard suits. Assume they go over shipsuit when getting Down n Dirty on the Job. What all do they do?

Vacc suit
Radiation/`chem protection
Hard torso?
Manipulators/ exoskeletal enhancement?
EVA propulsion
Maybe those grav belts are built in?

flykiller July 13th, 2019 12:49 AM

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What all do they do?
Vacc suit - yes
Radiation/`chem protection - the ususal, full A/B/UV, slight gamma, no neutron
Hard torso? - yes
Manipulators/ exoskeletal enhancement? - nope, they're low profile to fit in confined spaces
EVA propulsion - add-ons
Maybe those grav belts are built in? - nope, again they're low profile, grav-belts are add-ons

SpaceBadger July 13th, 2019 01:10 AM

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Originally Posted by flykiller (Post 604100)
the typical uniform descriptions look ok. describe the drone, it won't be a high-end model.

Umm, what drone?


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