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Justin McCallum

Justin McCallum is a player character played by Bullroarer.

Justin McCallum
Species & Gender: Male Nepleslian
Date of Birth: 29日 7月 YE 01
Organization: Baba Yaga Space Group
Occupation: Pirate
Rank: First Mate
Current Placement: Baba Yaga

Physical Description

Before you stands an imposing Male, 7'2“ tall, easily 150 kilos, tanned caramel skin, Manly square jaw of a possessor of a super Y gene in his genealogy. Rounded Ears, nose, and mouth contrast from uniformity with neon green eyes and red-orange hair. Deep, thick scars run across his forehead and around his left eye. Multiple surgical scars can be noted to his abdomen, neck, and face. He has all ten fingers. Across his back is a new ornate tattoo of pouncing Jaguar leaping through a billowing dark mist. An old tattoo of a Roman Numeral “VIII” on his left shoulder rounds out his physical features. When he bothers to speak instead of glowering, a moderate Tenor voice with a thick ancient accent whispers out.

Personality

Orderliness and stoicism are the hall marks of Justin. Always dressed in either training clothing or his standard tactical gear of some sort, he always has the tools for the job at hand and those tools are arranged just so. With life constantly in flux, accepting of what comes has always served him well. To pass time between missions and to keep a pulse on the greater culture, Justin listens to pop music while eating yogurt, the more trending, the better. Once an out going and flirtatious Marine, over time, with the isolation of recon and the isolation of IPG work, Justin is now a very reserved person, taking much time to reveal any true personal information about himself. This, of course, is not the case when he is developing a contact. In those contexts, Justin is whatever he needs to be for the mission at hand. Underneath the stoic nature lies tortured psych paired with an extremely violent temper. The death of his mates in the former IPG (he doesn't consider the current IPG worthy of the title) has given him motivation to root out hypocrisy, especially in bureaucracies. In that, he needs money, a lot of money, to buy a title in Vice, to eventually overthrow or marry into the monarchy and change the face of that planet for the better.

An ordered mind is an ordered life. - Justin McCallum

History and Skills Learned

Growing up in Funky City: YE1-YE17

In the beginning…Born to a “workin girl” in the lower slums of South New Detroit, Justin picked Neplesian “culture” fairly quick. the Ancient Phrase: the quick and the hungry, or dead, or just about any descriptor of a negative connotation you can think of became second nature. Survival meant doing what you had to, and that usually meant Breaking and Entering or just being plain mean spirited, much like a half starved junk yard dog.

Join the Army, See the Universe...and kill it: YE17-YE26

Basic Training is drilled into every new marine since the dawn of time, and this boot camp was no exception. This course lasts for five consecutive months, with the fifth and final being the most grueling part of the training. It is here that they are usually exposed to the older sergeants, some of which are diligent in their duty and believe in the mission of the The Military Corps of the Star Military of the Democratic Imperium of Nepleslia. Others are simply sadists, who pine for the old days when there were wars in the streets and plenty of targets to shoot, including smug recruits. The last sort was the bulk of Justin's instructors.

In the first month, Or “Fightin’ and Diein’” month, Marines such as this one are trained to stay fit, to shoot weapons, and to punch someone’s lights out if need be. This includes how to set up a workout regimen by devoting at least an hour a day to physical fitness, how to set up and clean workout equipment, and how to properly cycle through workout types to get a full body workout. Marines who only ever work out their arms are punished! Marines are trained to fire accurately, and in the same direction as other marines, their physical and mental capacities are stressed to the limit and to still understand and follow orders.

This is eased up during the second month when they begin learning how to use personal weapons and equipment, how the NSMC is structured, and to communicate up and down the command chain. Marines learn about combat tactics and the differences between power armor and light infantry operations and tactics. They are also taught about combined arms operations, utilizing Navy and Marine airborne assets to support their own operations. They also learn how to plan and execute various non-standard operations such as commando raids, Combat reconnaissance, urban, jungle, desert & artic warfare as well as starship boarding operations.

In the third month, they are taught how to operate Power Armors in addition to classroom and physical courses. In this phase of basic training, a Marine is taught how to wear their uniform, How to sleep in and maintain a hammock bed, to not speak unless spoken to when dealing with a superior officer, and to follow orders with a snappy “Yes Sir!” Despite the Marines trying to produce more professional soldiers, the end product tends to be a little rough around the edges.

The daily drill includes:

  • Reporting all violations of orders you are instructed to enforce
  • Only leave an assigned post when properly relieved
  • When assigned to a sentry post: Talk to no one except in the line of duty and be alert
  • Report an emergency in case of fire or disorder
  • Salute all officers.
  • Do not disrespect a superior officer
  • Do not disobey orders lawfully given
  • In combat or during physical training, do not report an injury, the medic will be notified automatically electronically.
  • If you are unable to physically continue with your orders, you may call for a medic..
  • If you die, prepare to be repaired and returned to active duty.

Nepleslian Marines are expected to know how to survive and live off the land without resupply. Their fourth month of training is spent teaching them the skills to recognize edible plants and animals, to catch and prepare said animals, and how to navigate without electronics or a map. Marines are also taught how to make a fire without any of the usual means as well as to survive in cold weather without a fire. In the fourth month, they go on wilderness survival and simulated combat courses, learning and refining their Suvival, Escape & Evasion (SEE) skills as well as becoming familiar with basic radio operation and procedures and can make transmissions to and receive transmissions from other characters through headsets, ships, ground vehicles, power armor, and shuttles in both combat and non-combat conditions. Marines are fluent in Nepleslian. They must be able to speak and write both correctly and efficiently and can write reports, fill forms, issue orders under fire, etc. The character is skilled in field communications and is proficient in all rudimentary forms of communication (hand signals, flashing lights, etc).

All of their efforts culminate in the fifth month of training, Hell Month. During this month, recruits are tested in every manner possible to see how much they have absorbed and progressed. Each day's test is a surprise to the recruits. It could be a 15 km run with full combat gear followed by a live fire combat exercise or it could be a grueling test of Marine Corps philosophy and tactics followed by personal interviews asking recruits to respond to specific scenarios. Nothing is off limits during this month if it results in a stronger, tougher, smarter Marine.

After graduation from basic, with top scores in his cadet cadre, Justin went into Sniper Training. It is a twelve week course that focuses on every aspect of being a Marine sniper. Soldiers are taught how to use and clean the Na-W3301 ‘Scout’ Cannon and the Designated Sharpshooter Rifle, Model 1. They are trained extensively in how to operate these weapons with and without power armors, teaching them things like how to lay prone with your feet turned flat, how to adjust for atmospheric conditions, and to bolt the Na-W3301 ‘Scout’ Cannon down to the ground if it is going to be used without a power armor. They must also learn Covert Operations. How to infiltrate behind enemy lines, how to escape and evade hostile forces without support, and how to make the most efficient use of their skills. Since it is a job that requires a great degree of confidence and discipline, Marines who pass this course are considered to be a cut above most others.

More important than the shoot things aspect of the training, is the seeing things aspect of the training. It is important for a sniper to keep watch for a squad, to pass along important information to where it needs to go, and to call for support when it is needed. All snipers are trained on the ITD 32 target designator and how to use it and a datapad to send requests for orbital laser strikes, fighter attacks, mortar, or even beyond line of sight power armor attacks using mini missiles.

At the end of the course, Marines are awarded the coveted “Sniper” designation as well as a badge, proving that they are amongst Nepleslia's elite. And Justin would prove it. Though not terribly distinctive in his 9 years of service in the 8th Neplesian Recon, It was during the Battle of Neplesia that his skills shone through. 38 confirmed sniper kills as well as another 14 in either CQC or close range precision shooting, earning himself the notice of a rising star….

Boy, you dun stepped into it now: YE26-YE34

The Intelligence Pacification Group is an elite corps within the Star Military of the Democratic Imperium of Nepleslia, founded by order of Robert Davis in YE 29. It engages in mostly “black” operations, especially espionage and assassination, as well as engaging in more conventional operations and security for Nepleslian state officials.

The IPG during that time was led by Admiral Ryan Veles, formerly from the Nepleslian core world of Rok’Veru, although their primary stronghold was lost with the planet during the NMX invasion of YE 32, along with a substantial number of personnel. Its primary base of operations is now System P1-10 "Dejection", although since the fall of Rok’Veru, the group has decentralized somewhat, and has deployed substantial assets to most Nepleslian worlds, although the largest concentration is now on planet Nepleslia, both to assist in the defense against an expected NMX assault, as well as root out Mishhuvurthyar cells and assist in maintaining order on the Imperium’s capital.

As Justin was recruited as an Operator, most of his work was redacted for security reasons. During this time he lived by a motto:

Hour Uncertain, Death Certain. - Latin proverb

Operators:

These are the hitmen of the organization, relentlessly trained and exceedingly well equipped and informed. Although there is an introductory training period of four weeks, full training for one of these formidable soldiers is rather varied, depending on how much experience the selected trainee has. A marine or police veteran, for instance, will require less training than a simple street tough who interested a local FIO. While most citizens are allowed to enter training with the blessing of a Field Intelligence Officer, there is a standardized “loyalty assessment,” during which the potential Operator has his activities monitored for around a week, and given a number of psychological exams. Should they be deemed acceptable, they are brought to Rok'Veru, where their true training begins. The IPG candidates then go through five weeks of classes and field courses for all of the necessary skills expected of every IPG agent at the [redacted]. This period serves as their orientation to the IPG. Their test scores from each course determines which branch they are sent. If candidates fail to do well in any course, they are dropped. These courses include:

  • Hacking and Data Retrieval
  • Breaking and Entering
  • Suvival, Escape & Evasion (SEE)
  • Covert Operations (Insertion, Infiltration, Rendezvous, Exfiltration)
  • Interrogation Techniques

In combat requiring Power Armors, they are usually seen in either top-of-the-line NaX-A-1a NOZH or NIGHT Stealth Armor armors. In other, more subtle situations, they are often equipped with IPG Britva Infantry Armor Suit armors. Justin received training at [redacted] on such armor and weapons systems as well a robust and indepth indoctrination of the greatness and purity of the new, fledgling Empire. After again scoring well on all standardized tests and practical examinations, as Justin was already experienced in most of the required skill sets, Justin became a Counter-intelligence Operator with cross training with the Commandos with the OutSec unit [Redacted]. During this era, Justin served as [Redacted] lead Counter-Intelligence Operator. More often than not, Justin was tasked with analyzing information already retrieved by members of [redacted] or extracting it from [Redacted]. Other work included collating and sharing information with local police enforcement, setting up electronic bugs or hacking into suspect computer systems, and coordinating with other Operators, generally in the field. As few Operators were distinctly qualified, Justin became one of a handful of Operators designated Tier 1, the best of the best. Only a comparatively few members of this branch operate in the field. Those who do are generally tasked to operate within Nepleslia and gather information within the DIoN. These new skills were as follows:

  • Disguises and Undercover Work
  • Surveillance Techniques
  • Interrogation Methods
  • Technology Manipulation
  • Identity Creation
  • Information Analysis
  • Psychological Traits of all known species

The IPG Commandos are the combat arm of the IPG. They, more than any other branch, are generally deployed outside of Nepleslia to find and eradicate the Imperium's enemies. The Commandos are also the closest descendant branch from the original IPG. It is they, more than the other branches, who stand ready every day and night to visit extreme violence to those who would threaten Nepleslia's security.

This training with the Commandos was the most physically rigorous Justin had ever experienced, since it is expected for all Operators to be able to complete the mission with or without power armor. And since many missions require a great amount of physical strength and endurance, the Commandos are often portrayed as the roughest, toughest and manliest of the IPG. With the [redacted], Justin achieved his greatest skills and physical prowess. Skills learned while with the Commandos included:

  • Combat Reconnaissance
  • Light Infantry tactics
  • Covert Infiltration
  • Sabotage
  • Stealth
  • Small unit tactics

As the Mishhuvurthyar Cells on Nepleslia begun to drastically deplete the ranks of the IPG, Justin realized he was part of a greater death purge of the “old guard”. Many of his friends were eliminated by bureaucratic failures as much as by enemy combatants. This led Justin to request an honorable discharge. After the full pacification of Nepleslia, and stripped of his government issue cybernetic enhancements, Justin was discharged, to make his way in the civilian sector.

Out with the Old, In with the new: YE34-Present

With his fortunes cast to the winds, Justin eventually landed in the basement of an old informant of his, Jimmy Sorano a.k.a. Jimmy the Sleaze. Jimmy was a older fence for one of the smaller The Black Syndicate cells on Vice, the Dark Mist. As Jimmy had aspirations to become a major player on Vice, and Justin needed work, bodies started to fall. A few at first, to get Jimmy positioned in the Syndicate, then more. Many more. Within a few short years, Jimmy had risen to head the Dark Mist, which had also transformed from a small, insignificant group of a few thugs to a major organized group, with fingers and contacts reaching the lower rungs of the landed nobility.

I once saw him kill three men in a bar, with a pencil. A FUCKIN pencil! - Viggo Tarasov

Skill Summary

Fighting and Physical

Or Fightin’ and Diein’, Marines such as this one are trained to stay fit, to shoot weapons, and to punch someone’s lights out if need be. This includes how to set up a workout regimen by devoting at least an hour a day to physical fitness, how to set up and clean workout equipment, and how to properly cycle through workout types to get a full body workout. Marines who only ever work out their arms are punished! Marines are trained to fire accurately, and in the same direction as other marines, on the HHG ‘High Hybrid Gun’, the Styrling Silver Special .45 Caliber, and the M2 Rifle. Marines are taught how to strip down, clean, and put these weapons back together. Finally, marines are taught the basics of hand to hand combat in the form of Nepleslian Marine Self Defense Training.

This is then followed by a course in Power Armor operation and handling. Marines are taught how to use the basic trio of Nepleslian power armor, the NAM Terratech General Combat Armorsuit – “Hostile”, Aggressor Heavy Assault Armor 1B and Raider.

Strategy (Tactics & Discipline)

Also known as how to understand and follow orders. During the second and third months of training, Marines learn about combat tactics and the differences between power armor and light infantry operations. They are also taught about combined arms operations, utilizing Navy and Marine airborne assets to support their own operations. They also learn how to plan and execute various non-standard operations such as commando raids, reconnaissance, urban, jungle, desert & artic warfare as well as starship boarding operations.

In basic training a Marine is taught how to wear their uniform, How to sleep in and maintain a hammock bed, to not speak unless spoken to when dealing with a superior officer, and to follow orders with a snappy “Yes Sir!” Despite the Marines trying to produce more professional soldiers, the end product tends to be a little rough around the edges.

The daily drill includes:

  • Reporting all violations of orders you are instructed to enforce
  • Only leave an assigned post when properly relieved
  • When assigned to a sentry post: Talk to no one except in the line of duty and be alert
  • Report an emergency in case of fire or disorder
  • Salute all officers.
  • Do not disrespect a superior officer
  • Do not disobey orders lawfully given
  • In combat or during physical training, do not report an injury, the medic will be notified automatically electronically.
  • If you are unable to physically continue with your orders, you may call for a medic..
  • If you die, prepare to be repaired and returned to active duty.

Survival

Nepleslian Marines are expected to know how to survive and live off the land without resupply. Their fourth month of training is spent teaching them the skills to recognize edible plants and animals, to catch and prepare said animals, and how to navigate without electronics or a map. Marines are also taught how to make a fire without any of the usual means as well as to survive in cold weather without a fire.

Communication

Marines must be familiar with basic radio operation and procedures and can make transmissions to and receive transmissions from other characters through headsets, ships, ground vehicles, power armor, and shuttles in both combat and non-combat conditions. Justin is fluent in Trade (language), Yamataigo (邪馬台語), and Seraphim. They must be able to speak and write both correctly and efficiently and can write reports, fill forms, issue orders under fire, etc. The character is skilled in field communications and is proficient in all rudimentary forms of communication (hand signals, flashing lights, etc).

Specialty: Sniper Training

The Sniper Training Program was largely developed by the 4th fleet with the assistance of Phaedra "Wolf" Volkov. It is a twelve week course that focuses on every aspect of being a Marine sniper. Soldiers are taught how to use and clean the Na-W3301 ‘Scout’ Cannon and the Designated Sharpshooter Rifle, Model 1. They are trained extensively in how to operate these weapons with and without power armors, teaching them things like how to lay prone with your feet turned flat, how to adjust for atmospheric conditions, and to bolt the Na-W3301 ‘Scout’ Cannon down to the ground if it is going to be used without a power armor. They must also learn how to infiltrate behind enemy lines, how to escape and evade hostile forces without support, and how to make the most efficient use of their skills. Since it is a job that requires a great degree of confidence and discipline, Marines who pass this course are considered to be a cut above most others.

More important than the shoot things aspect of the training, is the seeing things aspect of the training. It is important for a sniper to keep watch for a squad, to pass along important information to where it needs to go, and to call for support when it is needed. All snipers are trained on the ITD 32 target designator and how to use it and a datapad to send requests for orbital laser strikes, fighter attacks, mortar, or even beyond line of sight power armor attacks using mini missiles.

At the end of the course, Marines are awarded the coveted “Sniper” designation as well as a badge, proving that they are among Nepleslia's elite.

IPG Operator Training

From there, the IPG candidates go through five weeks of classes and field courses for all of the necessary skills expected of every IPG agent at the Abjection training facility. This period serves as their orientation to the IPG. Their test scores from each course determines which branch they are sent. If candidates fail to do well in any course, they are dropped. These courses include:

  • Hacking and Data Retrieval
  • Breaking and Entering
  • Suvival, Escape & Evasion (SEE)
  • Covert Operations (Insertion, Infiltration, Rendezvous, Exfiltration)
  • Interrogation Techniques

Only a comparatively few members of this branch operate in the field. Those who do are generally tasked to operate within Nepleslia and gather information within the DIoN. With the current reduction in qualified personnel, the IPG is more cautious about sending its few qualified field agents into foreign territory without back up. The loss of even a single experienced field Operator would be felt by the IPG.

  • Disguises and Undercover Work
  • Surveillance Techniques
  • Interrogation Methods
  • Technology Manipulation
  • Identity Creation
  • Information Analysis
  • Psychological Traits of all known species

Training for the Commandos is the most physically rigorous since it is expected for all Operators to be able to complete the mission with or without power armor. And since many missions require a great amount of physical strength and endurance, the Commandos are often portrayed as the roughest, toughest and manliest of the IPG.

Skills amongst those learnt by the Commandos include:

  • Combat Reconnaissance
  • Light Infantry tactics
  • Covert Infiltration
  • Sabotage
  • Stealth
  • Small unit tactics

Maintenance and Repair

The prevalence and reliance on advanced combat technology in the known universe has made soldiers skilled in both fighting and technical skill a valuable asset to any fighting force; field Combat Engineers are capable of fighting and coordinating with other soldiers, while also able to make field repair or handle technical issues with equipment. Engineers have highly technical skills, and are usually leagues smarter than the average Marine. If there is a practical problem that requires solving, a Marine Engineer is one of the first people to speak to.

Social Connections

Justin McCallum is connected to:

Jimmy Sorano

Seven Deadly Virtues

Inventory & Finance

Justin McCallum has the following:

Debt

Hard Money

646 KS in assorted denominations

500 DA in assorted denominations

National Bank of Yamatai

KS Card

Total Savings Addition Subtraction Reason
6000 DA Starting Funds
20,000 DA 14,000 DA Loan from Dark Mist
2770 DA 17230 DA Equipment and Weapons
82,770 DA 80,000 DA Iemochi Integrated Systems Sale
22,960 DA 59,310 DA Equipment, Clothing, Cash Out, and Weapons
8260 DA 14,700 DA Paid off Dark Mist loan
12,760 DA 4500 DA Sale of Salvage to 7DV
76,698 DA 63,938 DA Pay from the Baba Yaga
10,668 DA 66,030 DA Purchase of Impulse Armor

Weapons

HPAR Master Set

Total Price: 50,000 DA

SmAR/Fatboy

  • Additional Component Costs:
    • 3x Additional Battery Pack: 180 DA
    • Black Leather Ammo Belt, carries 3 extra batteries (not included): 100 DA
  • Extra Barrel: 300 DA
  • Stock: 400 DA
  • Cooling System: 400 DA
  • Red Dot Sight: 400 DA

Total Price: 5180 DA

SiZi Model 38 Special Duty Revolver

  • Additional Ammo:
    • 2 x Box (100 Round Box) of Standard Condensed Plasma Cartridges: 600 DA
    • Box (100 Round Box) of Heavy Condensed Plasma Cartridges: 700 DA

Total Price: 3500 DA

HHG ‘High Hybrid Gun’

  • Additional Component Costs:
    • 2x Battery Pack (Good for 800 Shots): 10 DA
    • 2x Box of Standard White Hybrid Rounds (200): 20 DA
    • 2x Box of Standard Blue Hybrid Rounds (200): 20 DA
    • 2x Box of Standard Red Hybrid Rounds (200): 20 DA
    • 2x Box of Mass Driver-Only Solid Rounds (40): 20 DA
    • Box of Mass Driver-Only Tracker Rounds (20): 10 DA

Total Price: 900 DA

Zen Armaments .357 Pistol

  • Replaceable Parts and Components:
    • Extra Barrel (150 DA)
    • Extra Slide Spring (90 DA)
    • 4 Additional Magazines: 15 Round Capacity (25 DA for 4)
    • Trigger Job (55 DA)
    • Barrel with Threaded Muzzle for Sound Suppressor (170 DA)
  • Additional Ammo:
    • Box of 30 Rounds (20 DA)
    • Box of 60 Rounds (40 DA)
    • Box of 120 Rounds (65 DA, Buy one get one half off.)
  • Accessories:
    • Under Arm Black Leather Holster, carries 1 extra magazine (Free with purchase)
    • Magazine Pouch, Attaches to the belt, torso or thigh. Carries 3 extra magazines (75 DA)
    • Laser Sight: (65 DA)
    • Small Flashlight Attachment (Good for four hours of illumination! 55 DA)
    • Sound Suppressor (120 DA)

Total price: 1380 DA

Tacet Mortem

Classification

  • Type: Knife
  • Size: 30cm
  • Weight: 200g

Components

  • Molecular Knit
  • Monomolecular Edge
  • Retractable Blade

Total Cost: 500 DA

Description The Tacet Mortem is a fighting knife. The blade is double edged and tapered to a wicked point; the weapon is well weighted and balanced. Its specialized augmentations make it easy to conceal, easy to kill with…this is an assassin’s knife. And it makes no pretense to be otherwise.

Equipment

1 Small gently used Grey Steel SSCC: 400 DA

4 black unadorned duffel bag: 240 DA

AwesomeCorp DataJockey Veteran Marine: Free

EM-G8 Type 33 Datapad: Picked up from IIS

Ulti-Tool Multiple Purpose Tool: 50 DA

EM-G17-1a Basic Tool Kit: 700 DA

EM-G13 "Kuromegane" Communications Visor: 1800 DA

EM-G11 "Explorer" Field Communicator: 700 DA

"Door Breaker" Lockpicks Advanced: 1900 DA

Portable Repair Kit Premium: 1000 DA

EM-G16-1A\1B Medical Kit : 1200 DA

Clothing And Armor

Emrys Industries Rain Coat Dark Grey: 260 DA

paragon_bdu unadorned urban x 2: 160 DA

Formal Wear

  • 2 black neckties: 20 DA
  • 2 Dark grey dinner suit trousers: 160 DA
  • 2 Dark grey Evening shirt (formal): 160 DA
  • 1 pair black leather wingtipped oxfords: 80 DA
  • 2 black leather belts: 20 DA

Training Wear

  • 10 grey t shirt: 20 DA
  • 10 Sweat suit: 200 DA
  • 10 grey simple briefs: 80 DA
  • 20 pair black socks: 20 DA
  • Trainers (sneakers): 30 DA
  • Leather boots: 40 DA

Ship Wear

Special Ops Combat Suit

  • Type: Light Stealth Suit
  • Class: Full Body Armor
  • Weight: 35 Ibs

Base Materials: Diamond Nanotube Reinforced Plastics (5), Treated Exotic Fiber (10) Upgrades: Reduced Plating (-5), Power Weave, Beam Refractive Coating, Thermoptic Camo, Mechanical Servos, Sensor Baffler (Med), Rechargeable Battery (2)

Appearance: The Special Ops Combat Suit is a stripped down combat armor suit designed for stealth operation. It's a lightly armored nearly skintight suit with light plating over the chest, groin, thighs and forearms. All of the materials are black and the plating has an unusual blue sheen to it. The plating itself is rounded and very form-fitting. The two visible battery packs form two parallel ridges on the center of the back.

Price: 3060 DA

Shooting Gloves

  • Type: Ballistic Mesh gloves
  • Role: Protection and aesthetics
  • Weight: 1.5lbs

Description: Soft grey range gloves, made of tightly woven (yet breathable) Ballistic mesh, meant to help protect the hands of the wearer from the abuse of extended fire with guns. With light meshing between the fingers (not between the index and thumb) to improve the temperature transfer on the hands, the wrist of the gloves is also made of a loosely tensioned elastic to prevent the gloves from shifting while in use. The back of the hand on each glove has an intricate embroidered crest upon it, Showing a Pouncing Jaguar From a billowing Mist.

Value: 580 DA

Power Armor

Impulse Powered Armor

High-Spec, high strength military muscle. Very expensive.

Component Name Part Number SP Weight Price
Frame Billet Nerimium OI-M2-F3103 4 3 20,000 DA
Insert Mil-Spec OI-M2-L3103 N/A 3 6,000 DA
Power Assist Mil-Spec Nanomuscle OI-M2-N3103 N/A -30 3080 DA
Computer FATE Type A OI-M2-C3103B N/A N/A 8,000 DA
Armor Billet Nerimium OI-M2-A3103 8 10 24,000 DA
Helmet Impulse II OI-M2-H3102 1 1 750 DA
Power Supply Assault Backplate OI-M2-P3201 N/A 2 4,200 DA
Total N/A N/A 13 -11 66,030 DA

Loot and Booty

  • none

Plots and Independent RP

OOC Information

This page was created by bullroarer on 10, 19 2017 at 16:21.

Art by Bullroarer using http://www.heromachine.com

In the case Bullroarer becomes inactive:

  • Can this character be used as an NPC by a GM or FM? No
  • Can this character be adopted after I've been gone for a year? No
character/justin_mccallum.txt · Last modified: 2018/05/15 10:43 by bullroarer