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Clothing is what keeps you warm in the winter, let alone the dead of space. Below are the objects which you can wear.

Jumpsuits

Having a jumpsuit is extremely important. Without a jumpsuit you will not have an ID slot, a belt slot, or any pocket slots. The jumpsuit is also useful in identifying your department at a glance, and so can be used as part of a disguise.

In addition, jumpsuits now have a full suite of sensors that can be toggled and adjusted by right-clicking on it. They can give out data to the bridge including your location, your health, and your mortality. Used by the Chief Medical Officer and other Heads of Staff to locate you in case you go missing.

Depending on how high you set yours, more information will be available to Crew Monitoring Consoles.

  1. Off: Tells them nothing. You don't even show up on the monitor.
  2. Binary Life Signs: Tells them if you are alive or deceased. The name that shows up on the monitor is the same one on the ID that is being worn. If no ID is worn, you will show up as 'Unknown'.
  3. Vital Tracker: Tells them what your vital statistics are. Separates damage by Suffocation, Toxin, Burn, and Brute.
  4. Tracking Beacon: The maximum level. Tells them what area of the station you're currently in, and your co-ordinate location.
Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Jumpsuits
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Everyone starts with one, several more are found in lockers all around the station. To hide your naked body, also provides a belt slot, ID slot and two pockets for storage. Just wear it at all times as they're useful and practical. Jumpsuits are the clothing standard on the station. Everyone starts off with one, which describes which job they do. Additional ones are usually found in the changing room, in the dormitory and most job-specific lockers, such as the engineering locker, mining lockers and so on. In addition, Security Jumpsuits provide minor armor to Brute Damage.
Tactical Turtleneck
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Many Syndicate operatives use these, including Nuclear Agents and the SIT. For being part of the badass group who are ready to shatter megacorporations! You might actually need another article of clothing if you want to disguise. A nice, fit yet suspicious-looking turtleneck. You look like you're ready to roll out.
Wizard Robe
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The Wizard themselves start with one. This is needed in order for Wizards to use their full potential. Wear this, as well as the Wizard Sandals and Wizard Hat to complete the outfit. Unless if you decide to use the No Clothes spell. An iconic blue magical robe worn by the Space Wizard Federation. Feels soft and magical to the touch.

Exosuits

Exosuits are items that can be worn over your jumpsuit in the Exosuit Slot. Some of them contain additional pockets you can fit small items in.

Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Suit
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Law Office, Various. Looking the part. No real use. Looks pretty snazzy though. It's just a suit.
Bio Suit
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Virology, Toxins, Custodial Closet Protecting against exposure to virologist Wear it when dealing with hazardous substances. The Bio Suit, short for biohazardous suit, protects from direct exposure to chemicals and disease. Wearing one increases your immunity and is one more barrier between you and an chemist
EVA Suit
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EVA Protecting against exposure to the vacuum of Space. Wear when you're going to a Space/Gateway expedition. The ExtraVehicular Activity (EVA) Suit is a garment worn to keep a Sentient Being alive in the harsh environment of outer space, vacuum and extreme temperatures.

Masks

Items you wear on your face. Some of them can be connected to a gas tank for internals.

Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Gas Mask
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Inside fire safety lockers. Both types can be found in Engineering and Maintenance tunnels. Using it to filter out any contaminations in the air as well as it functions as an internals mask. Without wearing your ID, it will hide your identity and protect your face. They are favored by the Station Engineer
Breath Mask
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It is very common for a crewmate to wear a breath mask, since every employee is provided with a complementary Emergency Box Same as above. But it requires an internal tank for it to work. Used when people use the Voice Changer Gas Mask. Unlike gas masks, breath masks must be attached to an air tank in order to have any benefit.
Sterile Mask
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Medbay, on Medical Doctor Same as above. But it requires an internal tank for it to work. Internals provide the same disease blocking benefit as these. It's lupus.
Muzzle
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Medbay. Wearing it prevent you talking, you can only make muffled noises. Use it to make crazy people shut up. Or people who are screaming for help. It's a muzzle.
Bandanna
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Wardrobes Adds style points. Use it to hide your face, or wear it around your head like a hat. these can be worn on your head as well as your face. If worn on your face they can hide your identity.

Headgear

For all your head covering needs.

Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Space Helmet
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EVA. Prevents damage in a place where there are no pressure (Read: A breached area). Protection from flashes and welding, not needed if you have a suit since you don't get cold enough. Not as cool looking as a RIG helmet.
Welding Helmet
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Engineering, Primary Tool Storage. Protects you from eye damage whenever you're using Welding Tools. This can also protect you from flashes from handheld flashes and flashbangs. As well as the Screwdriver's blinding attack. You can flip it up out of your face to see better, but you won't be protected whilst doing so.

Shoes

Items you wear on your feet. If you step in blood your shoes will get dirty, leaving noticeable bloody shoeprints.

Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Shoes
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Lockers. Most roles start with one. Protecting your feet from glass, making you walk faster. Wear them. Don't take them off unless you're changing them for another pair. Come in many shapes and sizes, and are all functionally equivalent except for those listed below.
Janitor's Galoshes
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The Custodial Closet. The Janitor starts with one. They prevent you from slipping on everything but Chemist lube. Other crew members will often seek these out to avoid falling victim to excessive mopping. Yellow boots that go up to your knees.
Magnetic Boots (Magboots)
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Chief Engineers Office, EVA Preventing you from moving unintentionally in space. Make sure you toggle them on via their icon above the HUD for them to work. Prevents unintentional movement whilst EVA and slows you down greatly for careful, deliberate movement.
Wizard's Sandals
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Wizard This is needed in order for Wizards to use their full potential. Wear this, as well as the Wizard Robes and Wizard Hat to complete the outfit. Unless if you decide to use the No Clothes spell. A seemingly magical pair of sandals. Fitted for a wizardy individual.

Backwear

For when you need extra storage, and your pockets just won't do.

Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Backpack/Satchel/Duffelbag
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Dormitory lockers, all roles start with one. But it depends on your role and your backpack type. Storing unneeded items. You're going to want this. It's used for storing stuff. But keep in mind that a backpack cannot store everything, such as toolboxes and other backpacks. But can generally store everything else. You can hold 7 normal items. A standard storage device for all employees of Nanotrasen. This is for all your holding needs.
Bag of Holding
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R&D Research, made in Protolathe. Holding heavier objects, as well as other backpacks! This item holds more bulkier items (For example, you can put a lockbox in a bag of holding, but not a simple backpack). WARNING: Science can't explain everything, under no circumstances (unless you want another singularity) should you do the following - NEVER EVER put a Bag of Holding inside a Bag of Holding!

Belts

Items you can wear on your belt slot for additional storage.

Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Utility Belt
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Engineering, Primary Tool Storage or in Maintenance, and due to updates found in engineer's hands instead of a toolbox. Utility belts can hold some kinds of tiny items, most commonly tools They are worn as a belt and hold the same amount as a toolbox, though they are less useful as weapons. Can hold: Crowbar, Screwdriver, Weldingtool, Wirecutters, Wrench, Multitool, Flashlight, Cable coil, Scanner, Analyzer.
Medical Belt
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Medbay. Holding medical items. Like the Utility Belt, but for holding medical items only. Think of these as your medkit- but on a belt.
Can hold: Health Analyzer, DNA-Injector, Dropper, Beaker, Bottle, Pill, Syringe, Dispensed-beaker, Zippo lighter, Cigarette packet, Pill bottle, Medical box, Penlight.
Security Belt
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Brig Holding Security Items. Like the Utility Belt, but for security items. For easy transportation and use of weapons during an emergency. See Security Items for a list of items that you can hold on your Security Belt.

Gloves

For when you don't wanna leave fingerprints lying around, and to keep your hands warm.

Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Black Gloves
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Cargo bay, most of Security and some other places in the station. Completing a outfit. Also fire resistant. While these gloves are fire resistant, they're also good for leaving no prints, only fibers. A standard-issue pair of one-size-fits-all gloves. Prevents the wearer from contaminating evidence with their fingerprints. Also come in finger-less styles.
Forensics Gloves
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The Detective's Closet Preventing evidence contamination. Leaves no fingerprints nor fibers. The Detective should always have these on. A special pair gloves that are for the Detective. Totally prevents the wearer from contaminating evidence with their fingerprints. Detectives are always required to wear this during investigations.
Krav Maga Gloves
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The Warden's Locker Learning the art of Krav Maga Krav Maga can be used to deal with unruly prisoners without having to draw your baton. Whenever you want to learn Krav Maga or not, these gloves are High-Risk Items, so be sure to carry them anyway. These gloves bestow the wearer martial knowledge in the arts of Krav Maga through use of advanced cybernetics and nanochips embedded inside them. Issued to the warden, they allow the wearer to trip, lung punch, and throat punch enemy combatants.
Nitrile Gloves
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Medbay. They prevent most diseases caused by viruses or bacteria, you need these for surgery! Also good for leaving no prints as well. Nitrile gloves are blue and thin. It seems to have more resistance than latex gloves.
Botanist's Gloves
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Botanists start with these. Holding some special plant types. It may also provide fire resistance. Not much, but you can hold dangerous plant types and use them against other people. Like other gloves, they only leave fibers. A pair of useful gardener gloves that are suited for handling some plants.
Boxing Gloves
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Near the Fitness Room Practicing and sharpening hand-to-hand combat. While they don't really have much practical use, they're good for boxing matches. Padded boxing gloves that are ready to rumble.
Captain Gloves
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The Captain starts with one. More gloves are inside the Captain's Locker. Not a lot, but they do fit in with the Captain's jumpsuit and hat. Again, not a lot. They're only fire resistant. But since this is one-of-a-kind, it may be a bad idea to use these when murdering someone. A pair of one-of-a-kind gloves issued to Captains.

Earpieces

These little devices are issued to every crew member upon arrival on the station. Every job, no matter how insignificant, gets some form of headset. In order to talk to the station with it simply type <say "; (your text here)">. To talk in different languages however, type <say ";.# (your text here)"> with the # being your language key. And finally, to do /me actions over your headset (Like yawning or sneezing), type <say ";! (your verbal action here)">

Different branches of the station get a unique headset with it's own private channel. In order to use this channel type in <say ":h (your text here)">. And your message will be broadcast to others with the same type of headset. *Note* This does not work on the basic model. You can tell the basic model by its black coloring and lack of label.

All headsets are equipped with a standard encryption key used for the common channel. Screwdrivers can be used to remove the encryption keys and use them in a different headset. All department headsets come with two keys.

Here is a list of channels and how to access them. Examining your headset also shows you all possible channels.

  • :c Command
  • :s Security
  • :e Engineering
  • :u Cargo
  • :m Medical
  • :n Science/Research
  • :z Service

Using :h will connect you with your default department's channel.

Other channels:

  • :b Binary (For AI and cyborgs)
  • :h AI Holopad (For AI)
  • :t Syndicate Channel
  • :$ Centcom Channel


Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Radio Headset
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Almost everyone starts with one. Communicating the people around the station, even if people aren't around you. Use your Department Channel to Communicate with other people who are in your role. A Radio headset that can be found throughout the galaxy. This has 2 slots for encryption keys, which are used for communicating other departments. These are prone to EMPs, and they shut off when they're in the radius of them. It also has two functions, Microphone and Speaker. Microphone allows talking over your headset without actually talking to the headset in a 3x3 radius. Speaker allows the wearer of the headset hear channels. In addition, you can also set a frequency to talk to other channels.
Bowman Headset
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Security, Command and Central Command VIPs. Functions very similar to a standard headset. This headset also provides ear protection. A special headset given to various important crewmembers around the station, designed for ear protection.

Eyewear

Item Location Purpose Strategy Description
Prescription Glasses
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Just about anywhere in the Medbay Fixes eye damage that are caused by any flashes. You can set your character to need glasses by default in the Disabilities tag. Wear this if you're blind enough to see anything. A nerd-looking pair of glasses, designed to fix short-sightedness. Made by Nerd. Co.
MedHUDSunglasses
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Blueshield's Office. The Brig Physician also starts with them. Combines Sunglasses and Medical HUD The Blueshield and Brig Physician start with these, allow you to see patient status along with resistance to flashes. The blue tint makes it cooler.
Health Scanner HUD
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Surgery, Chief Medical Officer Seeing a visual overlay of people's health. Use it to prioritize critical patients. Looks like a scouter.
Security HUD
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Loadout, you must be a Security Officer to allow this to be in your loadout. Seeing ID access/arrest status of other people. Useless since the addition of the HUDsunglasses, as this one has no flash protection. Looks like a RED scouter.