1 Darkvision Goggles -- darkvision ++ drow light sensitivity
2 Power Armor -- medium to heavy armor w/ str enhancements
3 Stealth Suit
4 Rail Gun -- magical crossbow of omfg boom, not to be used by people w/out power armor
5 Psychic Paper -- dr who
6 Cell Phone -- commo unit al a comms from star wars prequels
7 Thief DP arrows -- fire, gas, water, sticky shocker, sticky camera
8 Hand Grenade
9 Glow Orb -- it floats, it lights, it allows you to use 2 hands
10 Mask of Waterbreathing
11 Gas Mask
12 Stun Baton
13 Trirotor//Scouting Orb from thief 2
14 Duct Tape
15 Teleport Pads
— Academician Prokhor Zakharov, "See How They Run"(Accompanies discovery of the "Matter Transmission" tech)
16 Breaching Charge -- Mud to stone for .01 sec w/ concurrent Bigsby Slamming Upside the Head with a Giant Wang spell
18 Pocket Watch
19 The Imperial Orb al a Dragaera
20 Difference engines powered by brains in jars
We are all aware that the senses can be deceived, the eyes fooled. But how can we be sure our senses are not being deceived at any particular time, or even all the time? Might I just be a brain in a tank somewhere, tricked all my life into believing in the events of this world by some insane computer? And does my life gain or lose meaning based on my reaction to such solipsism?
— Project PYRRHO, Specimen 46, Vat 7. Activity recorded M.Y. 2302.22467. (TERMINATION OF SPECIMEN ADVISED) (Accompanies first construction of the Bioenhancement Center base facility)
21 Holocron from star wars
23 Comms Jammer
And I need more ideas at this point...
probably should be noted that certain pieces of Imperial tech do at least interact with the Warp, between the warp drives and Gellar fields, sensors which can record warp energy, and the gadgetry used to silence sanctioned psykers
What actually transpires beneath the veil of an event horizon? Decent people shouldn't think too much about that.
— Academician Prokhor Zakharov, "For I Have Tasted The Fruit"(Accompanies completion of the Secret Project "The Singularity Inductor")
(02:21:16) Pariah: cutting torch
Industrial Grade Nano-Paste, one of Planet's most valuable commodities, can also be one of its most dangerous. Simply pour out several canisters, slide in a programming transponder, and step well away while the stuff cooks. In under an hour the nano will use available materials to assemble a small factory, a hovertank, or enough rifles to equip a regiment.
— Col. Corazon Santiago, "Planet: A Survivalist's Guide"(Accompanies completion of the Secret Project "The Nano Factory")
Until now the battle had been proceeding smoothly. The enemy was outflanked and had been driven from the reactor housing, but against the reactor itself the matter canons were strangely ineffective. Rounds simply stopped in mid air.
— Col. Corazon Santiago, "A Tactical History of Sparta" (Would have accompanied discovery of the deleted "Inertial Damping" tech)
mind rape device (find better name)