Starfinder: Muton Heavy Armor

Chris Van Deelen

Muton Armor (Heavy Armor)

Model

Level

Price

EAC

KAC

Max Dex

AC Penalty

Speed Adjust

Upgrade slots

Bulk

Muton Armor Recruit

5

4,000

+7

+11

+3

-3

-5 ft.

2

3

Muton Armor Veteran

10

21,000

+14

+18

+3

-3

-5 ft.

3

3

Muton Armor Centurion

15

127,000

+19

+23

+4

-4

-10 ft.

5

4

Muton Armor Equestrian

20

900,000

+26

+30

+5

-4

-10 ft.

6

4

Tactical Insert Plates

Insert Plate Type

Level

Price

Slots

Effect

Standard Plate

1

50

1

10 Hit Points

Patrol Plate

5

1,000

1

50 Hit points

Heavy Duty Plate

7

4,000

2

70 Hit Points

Riot Plates

12

12,000

2

100 Hit Points

Tactical Insert Plates are crafted from light-weight composites and ceramics. They are exceedingly effective against kinetic-based attacks. The plates will absorb the listed amount of hit-point damage before shattering and being rendered useless. It requires 1 minute (on average) to replace the damaged and destroyed plates in any suit equipped.

Specially designed to be used by the Muton clone race, this armor consists of heavy plates over a stiff-yet-flexible lining. The plates are even heavier from the rear, and have a built-in power supply which can hold up to 3 power cells (capacity dependant on the level of the armor). Thanks to specialized pads and conductive strands built into the armor, powered weapons draw directly from these cells, bypassing the weapons own energy cells. Once the cells in the armor are drained, the weapon will then use the power in its own cells.

Each type of armor also has replaceable tactical plates, which provide the Muton additional protection against incoming damage. Once the plates have absorbed the damage, they need to be replaced. The cost of the plates is already built into the cost of the armor, and these plates do not take up any slots.

When worn by Muton’s, they gain +2 to the Max Dex, and do not suffer the AC penalty, and the speed adjustment is halved (no speed adjustment for Recruit or Veteran).

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Chris Van Deelen is the creator and contributor to over half of the Wisdom from the Wastelands series, contributor to the Swords of Kos: Hekaton anthology, and the recently released 'Swords of Kos: The Rite'. He also wrote Creatures of the Tropical Wastelands, and 100 Oddities found in a Car. As prolific as he is, Chris Van Deelen continues to write and produce material which will be in publication soon. Not only is he a prolific content creator, he also has a wide selection of fiction and stories! If you like his work, please follow his personal author page on Facebook and on Twitter to keep up with his latest news and game content.