The arch-mage and infamous castellan Veavingax was best known for her extensive construction of magical defensive towers and fortifications that ringed her equally infamous fortress, the Armathian Citadel
Seven orb craft that will in various ways shake up the future of the Cosmic Era
One of the more unusual offerings from Hanse industrial powerhouse Kladderadatsch, the Kolibri is a VTOL designed to transport a single power armor trooper
The RD-1 Roadrunner is an Atlantic Federation power armor transport mech
Some lunatic decided to crossbreed a shotgun and a mini-vulcan and created one of the most ludicrous ammo hungry conventional weapons of all time.
An energy dense supermaterial
Jumper suits are a more style oriented variant of the commonly available encounter suit
A somewhat comical stop-gap weapon for the Cosmic Era
The Destroid is a mecha combiner system, and a fully scalable combat system. While functional, it is considered a complete and total failure due to its innate complexity and massive expense.
The ATLAS computer is the product of Atomic Technology Laboratories Analytic Systems, aka ATLAS. This system was considered highly flawed and now obsolete
A supercruiser is a civilian class of ships that have the ability to operate away from support for years at a time
A small secure container for the transport of messages or other small objects. Shamelessly ripped from the Da Vinci Code.
Biomer, or bio-polymer is a increasingly popular fashion choice in the CE
Everyone expects the power armor trooper and his trusty combat rifle, assault rifle, storm-bolter, etc.
The Skull of Golodh is the gold encrusted skull of the Dwarf Lord Golodh and it is cursed
Summoning spells are typically cast or are tied to the basic magic item pack of jewels, rods, and so forth. Summoning devices take the same concept and tie the spell to a weapon, shield, or piece of armor.
The Ettin System is also known as a Dummy Head
An imbrian relic that blurs the line between magic, technology, and divinity
Magic tools for vampires
Weapons and gear used by the antagonists of the Spider City scenario
King dresses as a commoner occasionaly and makes his way through the town. It is an unknown occurance so nobody expects it. This time he is mistaken for a thief and jailed. Not wanted to reveal himself, and always curious for the experience, he allows himself to be arrested. PCs also get arrested for something, probably guilty but pay a fine. How they act towards the 'king' could greatly change how their first meeting will be as the players always meet the king at some point.