Kiros Posted June 21, 2017 Share Posted June 21, 2017 The Terranaut Suit will provide a personal climate controlled environment and have its own reservoir of oxygen for the inhabiting duplicant. It will prevent harm/illness from being exposed to extreme temperatures or diseased environments/entities. It will also prevent added stress from stepping in or being submerged in liquids. The suit will vent any Co2 created by the inhabitant into the environment, and produces 10w of heat when in use. In order to build or store a suit, a Suit Stand will have to be built and used. Duplicants can still eat and go to the bathroom while wearing the suit. If a duplicant dies while wearing the suit, the suit is considered lost. The suit cannot be worn while it is being charged, and will be automatically taken off when the dupe goes to sleep. The suit requires both clean oxygen and power to be used. It can contain 1 full cycle worth of power/oxygen, and must be recharged at a Recharging Station. The Recharging Station will have a -240w draw and gas input, only accepting clean oxygen, and produces 20w of heat when in use. Any other gas piped in will damage the attached suit. If the suit runs out of breathable oxygen, the duplicant will have to remove the helmet and breathe the environment's air. If the power runs out, the suit loses its climate controlled feature and protection, and adds +10% stress/cycle until the suit is recharged or removed. Suit materials: 20 thimble fibers, 100kg metal (the metal will determine how much power/second the suit needs to use to maintain climate control) Recharge Station materials: 750kg metal Recharge Stand materials: 100kg mineral The suit is intended to be a luxury only afforded to duplicants whose job it is to enter the harsh environments outside the colony in order to explore or expand, the resource costs for building/running/recharging them should be adjusted accordingly. Thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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