Delver Expedition Report: Conservatrix Suit

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--Delver Expedition Report: Conservatrix Suit.


While the guards themselves are nowhere to be found in the Undergrowth ruins, their equipment wasn't. Albeit, it took some specialized equipment to break into the armory. Whatever weaponry they might have used may have either been moved to another location or stolen by past explorers, but there were pieces or armor left behind in the lockers. alongside a few rubber training dummies.

One item inside strongly resembled the Nostra Suits, and it's possible that they may come from the same manufacturer. We searched the offices on level 0, and uncovered something that looks like commission information for a redacted outside contractor. Their specifications are as follows:

1: Regularly spaced self-sealing segments with █████ sterilization.

2: Double layered chlorinated latex sheets, vacuum sealed.

3: Temperature sensors.

4: Liquid based heating and cooling alongside filtered ventilation for long term wear.

5: Multiple electrodes for monitoring the wearer, administering shocks, and stimulating with ████ vibration.

6: Soft circuit chips. Housed primarily under the breastplate, spine, and █████████ in ████████ █████████. The internal circuitry must contain all relevant biometric readings, past medical history, personal information, clearance level, optic surveillance data, and ████████ without referencing external databases.

7: Internal waste management systems in addition to the standard access zippers with locking sliders.

8: ████████ electro-sensitive non-newtonian reactive armor gel membranes distributed along the arms, torso, legs, and knuckles. Double layered with additional ridges along the forearm for additional ██████ grip.

The training dummies we were able to find appeared to be mounted with faceless helmets and fully intact suits themselves. When we were plugging into the suits to retrieve data on past personnel, we found that the suits belonged to former guards sentenced to unspecified disciplinary action. The suits were set to vibrate and sock the "wearer." When the systems were rebooted, the rubber dummies slumped, limp, and apparently exhausted. The former guards were located inside, and while we were unable to free them with the supplies we had on hand their vitals still appeared stable. If I were to guess, I'd say that the reactive armor doesn't just harden in response to external pressure.

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It's tempting to think that more personnel may be trapped in similar situations, but this armor housed 60 personal lockers and we only found 4 dummies. Going by those numbers, it's difficult to imagine that the entire staff has been trapped in their own equipment.

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