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MARINE
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Squad Marine
Access: Squad Room
Difficulty: Easy
Rank: Private (starting), Private First Class (10 hours), Lance Corporal (100 hours), Section Corporal (300 hours), Master Sergeant (1000 hours)
Class: Marines
Supervisors: Squad Leader
Duties: Stick with your squad, follow your Squad Leader's orders, destroy the enemy!
Guides: N/A
Quote:"My name is not important. What is important is what I'm going to do. I just fuckin' hate xenomorphs. And the larvas feasting on my friends. My whole life is just hot, burning unga. And I always wanted to die violently. This is the time of vengeance and no res is worth saving. And I will gib as many xenomorphs as I can. It's time for me to kill. And it's time for me to die. My warcrime crusade begins here."


Introduction

TGMC FC.png  Inspirational FC says:
"Welcome to Marine Corps, gentlemen. I will not lie, the chances of your survival are small - some may even turn their guns upon your friends as friendly fire. But you have my word that I will use my medicine to ensure your bodies are returned to the world of the living. This is the greatest reward, more than even killing xenomorphs, for the fate of Terra is your eternal concern! Now, come! Follow me, and strike down the xenomorph that dare rise against us, and allow us to bring victory! I ask not for my own selfish medals, but for the good of Terra!"

(This guide assumes that you have read the Marine Quickstart Guide and wish to know how to be a better Marine.) The Squad Marine is the grunt, the tip of the spear, the first boots on the ground, kicking in the door. Your objective: follow orders and destroy the enemy without getting yourself or your fellow marines killed in the process. The concept is simple, but executing it successfully is not.

Playing the Marine

The Squad Marine is the lowest rank and, technically, most basic combat role you can do. This doesn't mean, however, that every marine is not critically important to the battle and your actions cannot make or break the operation. The Marine PFC is both simple yet flexible, with enough options for weapons and gear to fill many types of role once you gain some experience, but first you need to understand your most important priorities:

  • Stay with your squad and listen to your Squad Leader/Acting Squad Leader/whoever the hell is in charge.
  • Follow orders and help however you can.
  • Do not shoot or blow up other marines.
  • Do shoot and blow up the enemy.
  • Maintain a high level of awareness of yourself, your squad, and how you can position yourself best to fight the enemy.
  • Don't abandon another marine to die, and never run in the face of the enemy.
  • Stay alive, but never at the expense of your comrades or the mission.

Understanding Your Squad

It's important to understand the roles of your fellow marines so that you have a better grasp of unit operations, your position in the battle, and what you may be asked to help with. Remember that you are the lowest-ranking marine, but that doesn't make you any less important.

Squad Leader
Rank - Staff Sergeant
The leader of your squad and your direct superior in the field, relaying orders from command. Live and die by every word that comes out of their mouth. You can find them by following the beacon on your HUD, and an acting squad leader will typically be appointed if yours is SSD, MIA, or KIA. SL's an also direct close-air support, orbital bombardment, mortars, and request a resupply.

Squad Smartgunner
Rank - Corporal
The support lynchpin of your squad, SG's can act as a third in command or second fireteam leader, and their position in the squad is usually somewhere in the center or right behind YOU so they can make best use of their weapon. You need to be in front of these marines, not behind them.

Squad Engineer
Rank - Lance Corporal
Your engineers typically build defences and sentry guns, but may accompany you to a forward position to repair objectives and use hacking and explosives for entry and demolition. Listen to their advice, don't block their way when they're trying to build, help them fill sandbags and place barbed wire, and cover them with your life: you'll thank them later when you have to hold the Forward Operating Base (FoB) from an army of rampaging Xenomorphs.

Squad Medic
Rank - Corporal
Your medics are concerned with one thing: keeping the squad healed up and alive. Try to lighten their load by running corpses/wounded back to the FoB/the triage area for them and trying not to be too reckless in battle, or they might be too overwhelmed by 12+ marines needing a fix to help you.

Squad Marines
Rank - Meatshield
Your comrades-in-arms are the Squad Marines, the churning blood and guts of the Corps. Never move out without them, don't accidentally shoot them in the back, and try to stay out of their line of fire if you like living a long life.

Vendor, Equipment, and Weapons

TGMC GHMME Automated Closet.png GHMME Automated Closet TGMC GHMME Automated Closet.png

Item: Desc.:
TGMC Uniform.png

TGMC Uniform

A standard-issue, kevlar-weaved, hazmat-tested, EMF-augmented marine uniform.

TGMC Combat Boots.png

Combat Boots

Standard issue combat boots for combat scenarios or combat situations. All combat, all the time.

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TGMC MRE

Meal Ready-to-Eat, meant to be consumed in the field, and has an expiration that is two decades past a marine's average combat life expectancy.

TGMC Radio.png

TGMC Radio

This is used by squad members. Default channels are ; for your squad, and :h or .h for common.

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Marine Gloves

Standard issue marine tactical gloves. It reads: 'knit by Marine Widows Association'.

NOTE: The arm and leg plates all have the same stats. Only the chest plates and helmets have differing armor stats. Examine the exosuit with the pieces attached and click the "relevant information" prompt to view exact statistics.

Item: Desc.:
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TGMC jaeger undersuit

A standard-issue, kevlar-weaved, hazmat-tested, EMF-augmented marine uniform. You suspect it's not as robust-proof as advertised.

TGMC fix.png

Jaeger XM-02 combat exoskeleton

Designed to mount a variety of modular armor components and support systems. It comes installed with light-plating and a shoulder lamp. Mount armor pieces to it by clicking on the frame with the components. Use a crowbar to remove armor pieces, use a screwdriver to remove armor attachments.

TGMC Combat Boots.png

Combat Boots

Standard issue combat boots for combat scenarios or combat situations. All combat, all the time.

TGMC MRE.png

TGMC MRE

Meal Ready-to-Eat, meant to be consumed in the field, and has an expiration that is two decades past a marine's average combat life expectancy.

TGMC GreenFacePaint.png

green facepaint

Paint, for your face. Who woulda thought? Can also be used to paint Jaegar armor pieces

TGMC Radio.png

TGMC Radio

This is used by squad members. Default channels are ; for your squad, and :h or .h for common.

BGloves.png

Marine Gloves

Standard issue marine tactical gloves. It reads: 'knit by Marine Widows Association'.

The modules attach to jaeger armor helmets, which go directly on your head like any normal helmet.

Item: Desc.:
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Binocular helmet module

When attached, can be flipped down to view into the distance.
TGMC jaeger helmet weld.png

Welding helmet module

When attached, this module can be flipped up or down to function as a welding mask.
TGMC jaeger helmet antenna.png

Antenna helmet module

When attached, this module is able to provide quick readuts of the users coordinates.
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Regular Helmet

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Item: Desc.:
TGMC Regular Armor.png

Regular Armor

Regular armour, with all round stats and drawbacks.
Has a shoulder lamp and a suit storage for guns
Has two internal slots for storing items.

Suit Storage:
Any Gun TGMC M37.png
Emergency Oxygen Tank TGMC Emergency Oxy.png
The Bible TGMC Bible.png
G8 Storage Pouch TGMC G8 Pouch.png
M4A3 Belt TGMC M4A3 Holster.png
M44 Belt TGMC M44 Holster.png
Armor Storage
Any tiny item TGMC Combat Knife.png
Any small item TGMC Bicardine Pill Bottle.png
M41A MK2 Magazines TGMC M41A Magazine.png
M39 Magazines TGMC M39 Magazine.png
M42C Magazines TGMC M42C Magazine.png
Sunfury Lasgun Cells TGMC Lasgun Cell.png
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Light Skirmisher

Provides minor protection and encumbrance when attached. This one is marked as a light skirmisher piece, used by those who prefer faster movement speed over protection, such as scouts.
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Medium Infantry

Provides moderate protection and encumbrance when attached. This one is marked as a medium infantry piece, used by frontline troops that need a good balance of mobility and protection.
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Heavy Assault

Provides high protection and encumbrance when attached. This one is marked as a heavy assault piece, with extra padding and plate thickness which provides excellent protection against all manners of dangers.
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Medium EVA

Provides moderate protection and encumbrance when attached. This one is marked as an EVA armor piece, used for extravehicular operations in the vacuum of space. The gaps in the armor seem to say otherwise, however.
NOTE: does not actually provide protection against space.
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Medium EVA w/ skull

Provides moderate protection and encumbrance when attached. This one is marked as an EVA armor piece, but the helmet has a skull engraved on it.
NOTE: does not actually provide protection against space.
TGMC jaeger eod.png

Heavy EOD

Provides high protection and encumbrance when attached. This one is marked as an EOD armor piece, used by specialized Explosive Ordnance Disposal units to disarm explosives safely. And no, that is not a skirt.
NOTE: does not actually provide extra protection against explosive damage.
Item: Desc.:
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TGMC Satchel

A backpack item that allows you to carry more things in bulk.
Holds less than a backpack, but can be opened on your back.
Can carry five normal sized items at once.

Storage
Any tiny item TGMC Combat Knife.png
Any small item TGMC Bicardine Pill Bottle.png
Any normal item TGMC Lasgun Cell.png
TGMC Backpack.png

Backpack

A backpack item that allows you to carry more things in bulk.
Holds more than a satchel, but cannot be opened while on your back.
Can carry ten normal sized items at once.

Storage
Any tiny item TGMC Combat Knife.png
Any small item TGMC Bicardine Pill Bottle.png
Any normal item TGMC Lasgun Cell.png
Item: Desc.:
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Webbing

Extra pouches that you can clip to your uniform.
Only one thing may be clipped to your uniform
Has three slots for storing items.

Storage
Any tiny item TGMC Combat Knife.png
Any small item TGMC Bicardine Pill Bottle.png
M41A MK2 Magazines TGMC M41A Magazine.png
M39 Magazines TGMC M39 Magazine.png
M42C Magazines TGMC M42C Magazine.png
Sunfury Lasgun Cells TGMC Lasgun Cell.png
TGMC Black Webbing.png

Black Webbing

Extra pouches that you can clip to your uniform.
Only one thing may be clipped to your uniform
Has five slots for storing tiny or small items.

Storage
Any tiny item TGMC Combat Knife.png
Any small item TGMC Bicardine Pill Bottle.png
TGMC Holster.png

Shoulder Holster

Pistol Holster that you can clip to your uniform.
Only one thing may be clipped to your uniform
Capable of storing one pistol in it.

Storage
Any Pistol
Tazer
Item: Desc.:
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General Utility Pouch

A small, lightweight pouch that can be clipped onto armor or your belt to provide additional storage for miscellaneous gear or box and drum magazines. And it is in fact a belt, not a pouch. Don't get confused now.
Can switch drawing modes by right clicking.
Capable of storing various items.

Storage
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TGMC Ammo Rig.png

Ammo Load Rig

A belt for your uniform, intended for holding magazines.
You can right click it to change the drawing mode.
Has five slots for storing items.

Storage
Combat Knife TGMC Combat Knife.png
Shells or handfuls of bullets TGMC Buckshot.png
Any kind of flare/flare nade TGMC Flare Grenade.png
M41A MK2 Magazines TGMC M41A Magazine.png
M39 Magazines TGMC M39 Magazine.png
M42C Magazines TGMC M42C Magazine.png
Sunfury Lasgun Cells TGMC Lasgun Cell.png
M4A3 Magazines TGMC M4A3 Magazine.png
M44 Speedloaders TGMC M44 Speedloader.png
Any grenade TGMC HEDP.png
Claymores TGMC Claymore.png
TGMC Shotgun Belt.png

Shotgun Shell Belt

A belt used to hold up to 50 shotgun shells, two boxes worth.
Has two drawing methods, click to open, and draw last stored upon click.
Defaults to click to open, you can right click on it and change the drawing method.

What it can store:
Buckshot shells TGMC Buckshot.png
Slug Shells TGMC Slug.png
Flechette Shells TGMC Flechette.png
Incendiary Shells TGMC Incendiary Slug.png
TGMC Knife Belt.png

Knife Rig

A knife rig that goes on your belt
Can switch drawing modes by right clicking.
Capable of storing six throwing knives within.

Storage
M11 Throwing Knives. TGMC Throwing Knife.png
TGMC M4A3 Holster.png

M4A3 Belt Holster

Pistol Holster that goes on your belt.
Has five slots, and draws pistols on click.
Capable of storing only one pistol in it.

Storage
Any Pistol, not revolvers. TGMC M4A3.png
Any Pistol Magazines TGMC M4A3 Magazine.png
TGMC M44 Holster.png

M44 Belt Holster

Revolver Holster that goes on your belt.
Has five slots, and draws revolvers on click.
Capable of storing only one revolver in it.

Storage
M44 Revolvers TGMC M44.png
M44 Speedloaders TGMC M44 Speedloader.png
TGMC beltharness.png

Belt Harness

A shoulder worn strap with clamps that can be attached to a gun. Acts as a mag harness, but on your belt. Attaches guns to your back if your suit storage is full. Lacks any form of storage on its own.


Pouch: Desc:
TGMC Shotgun Shell Pouch.png

Shotgun Shell Pouch

A pouch used to hold shotgun shells. Has four slots.
Has two drawing methods, click to open, and draw last stored upon click.
Defaults to click to open, you can right click on it and change the drawing method.

What it can store:
Buckshot shells TGMC Buckshot.png
Slug Shells TGMC Slug.png
Flechette Shells TGMC Flechette.png
Incendiary Shells TGMC Incendiary Slug.png
TGMC Magazine Pouch.png

Magazine Pouch

A pouch used to hold magazines. Has two slots.
Has two drawing methods, click to open, and draw last stored upon click.
Defaults to click to open, you can right click on it and change the drawing method.

What it can store:
Shells or handfuls of bullets TGMC Buckshot.png
M41A MK2 Magazines TGMC M41A Magazine.png
M39 Magazines TGMC M39 Magazine.png
M42C Magazines TGMC M42C Magazine.png
Sunfury Lasgun Cells TGMC Lasgun Cell.png
M4A3 Magazines TGMC M4A3 Magazine.png
M44 Speedloaders TGMC M44 Speedloader.png
TGMC Flare Pouch.png

Flare Pouch

A pouch used to flares. Has five slots.
Has two drawing methods, click to open, and draw last stored upon click.
Defaults to click to open, you can right click on it and change the drawing method.

What it can store:
Flare Grenades TGMC Flare Grenade.png
Manual Flares TGMC Flare.png
TGMC First Aid Pouch.png

First Aid Pouch

A pouch used to hold construction materials. Has five slots.
Has two drawing methods, click to open, and draw last stored upon click.
Defaults to click to open, you can right click on it and change the drawing method.

What it can store:
Tramadol Injectors TGMC Tramadol Autoinjector.png
Tricordazine Injectors TGMC Tricord Autoinjector.png
Gauze TGMC Gauze.png
Ointment TGMC Ointment.png
Medical Splints TGMC Splint.png
TGMC Tool Pouch.png

Tool Pouch

A pouch used to hold tools. Has five slots.
Has two drawing methods, click to open, and draw last stored upon click.
Defaults to click to open, you can right click on it and change the drawing method.

What it can store:
Wirecutters TGMC Wirecutters.png
Entrenching Tools TGMC ETool.png
Screwdrivers TGMC Screwdriver.png
Cable Coil TGMC Cable Coil.png
Crowbars TGMC Crowbar.png
Blowtorches TGMC Blowtorch.gif
Multi Tool TGMC Multitool.png
Wrenches TGMC Wrench.png
Mini Extinguishers TGMC Mini Extinguisher.png
TGMC Construction Pouch.png

Construction Pouch

A pouch used to hold construction materials. Has three slots.
Has two drawing methods, click to open, and draw last stored upon click.
Defaults to click to open, you can right click on it and change the drawing method.

What it can store:
Stacks of Material TGMC Metal.png
Entrenching Tools TGMC ETool.png
Empty Sandbags TGMC Sandbag Empty.png
Cable Coil TGMC Cable Coil.png
Metal Rods TGMC Rods.png
Barbed Wire TGMC Barbed Wire.png
TGMC Pistol Magazine Pouch.png

Pistol Magazine Pouch

A pouch used to hold pistol magazines. Has three slots.
Has two drawing methods, click to open, and draw last stored upon click.
Defaults to click to open, you can right click on it and change the drawing method.

What it can store:
M4A3 Magazines TGMC M4A3 Magazine.png
M44 Speedloaders TGMC M44 Speedloader.png
TGMC Pistol Pouch.png

Sidearm Pouch

A pouch used to sidearms. Has one slot.
Has two drawing methods, click to open, and draw last stored upon click.
Defaults to click to open, you can right click on it and change the drawing method.

What it can store:
Any Revolvers TGMC M44.png
Any Pistols TGMC M4A3.png
TGMC Explosive Pouch.png

Explosive Pouch

A pouch used to hold explosive materials. Has four slots.
Has two drawing methods, click to open, and draw last stored upon click.
Defaults to click to open, you can right click on it and change the drawing method.

What it can store:
Any RPG Rockets TGMC HE Rocket.png
C4 TGMC C4.png
Any Grenades TGMC HEDP.png
Claymore Boxes TGMC Mine Box.png
Claymores TGMC Claymore.png
Detpacks TGMC Detpack.png
Signaler Signaler.png
Item: Desc.:
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TGMC Gas Mask

A gas mask that restricts your vision, but filters out harmful gasses.

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TGMC Coif

A coif that protects you from extreme cold conditions.

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Rebreather

Heats or cools down air as you breath it, protecting you from extreme conditions.

Item: Desc.:
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Suppressor

A small tube with exhaust ports to expel noise and gas. Does not completely silence a weapon, but does make it much quieter and a little more accurate and stable at the cost of bullet speed. Exact stats: +10% damage falloff, halves bullet speed
Wielded: +10% accuracy,-5% scatter,-2 recoil
Unwielded: -5% scatter, -3 recoil

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Extended Barrel

A lengthened barrel allows for lessened scatter, greater accuracy and muzzle velocity due to increased stabilization and shockwave exposure. Makes your weapon longer(obviously), making it unlikely to fit in a holster.

Exact Stats: doubles bullet speed, +1 item size
Wielded: +15% accuracy, -5% scatter
Unwielded: +10% accuracy

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Recoil Compensator

A muzzle attachment that reduces recoil and scatter by diverting expelled gasses upwards. Makes you look like you're overcompensating for something.

Exact stats:
Wielded: -15% scatter, -2 recoil
Unwielded: -15% scatter, -2 recoil

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Magnetic Harness

A magnetically attached harness kit that attaches to the rail mount of a weapon. When dropped, the weapon will sling to TGMC armor or your back. Does not slow you down if attached to a weapon and equipped. but why don't you just use a pick up macro? they disabled pickup macros for guns. Use these to keep your gun on you instead.

Exact stats: -9999% frustration when pounced on

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Red Dot Sight

A red-dot sight for short to medium range. Does not have a zoom feature, but does increase weapon accuracy by a good amount. No drawbacks.

Exact stats:
Wielded: +15% accuracy
Unwielded: +10% accuracy

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Laser Sight

Fookin' laser soights. A laser sight placed under the barrel. Significantly increases one-handed accuracy and significantly reduces movement penalties to accuracy.

Exact stats:
Wielded: +10% accuracy
Unwielded: +15% accuracy

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Vertical Grip

A custom-built improved foregrip for better accuracy, less recoil, and less scatter when wielded especially during burst fire. However, it also slightly increases wield delay and makes unwielded fire more cumbersome. Makes your gun slightly bigger, possibly making it not fit in holsters.

Exact stats: -100% scatter, +1 item size, +0.2s wield delay
Wielded: +10% accuracy, -10% scatter, -2 recoil
Unwielded: -5 accuracy, +5% scatter

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Angled Grip

A custom-built improved foregrip for less recoil, and faster wielding time. However, it also increases weapon size, and slightly hinders unwielded firing.

Exact stats: +1 item size, -0.3s wield delay
Wielded: -1 recoil
Unwielded: -10% accuracy, +5% scatter

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T-19 machinepistol stock

A submachinegun stock distributed in "small" numbers to TGMC forces. Compatible with the T-19, this stock reduces recoil and improves accuracy, but at a reduction to handling and agility. Seemingly a bit more effective in a brawl. Use this if you plan on using the T-19 as your primary weapon.

Exact stats: +1 item size, +5 melee damage, +0.1s wield delay
Wielded: +10% accuracy, -10% scatter, -2 recoil
Unwielded: -10% scatter

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T-35 stock

A non-standard heavy stock for the T-35 Shotgun. Less quick and more cumbersome than the standard issue stakeout, but reduces recoil and improves accuracy. Allegedly makes a pretty good club in a fight too.

Exact Stats: +2 item size, +5 melee damage, +0.4s wield delay
Wielded: +15% accuracy, -20% scatter, -3 recoil
Unwielded: n/a


NOTE: The exoskeleton can mount 1 storage module.

Module: Desc:
TGMC jaeger module general.png

General purpose storage module

Certainly not as specialised as any other storage modules, but definitely able to hold some larger things, like binoculars, maps, magazines, and motion detectors.
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Engineering storage module

Can hold about as much as a tool belt, and sometimes small spools of things like barbed wire, or an entrenching tool. Looks like it might slow you down a bit.
TGMC jaeger module medic.png

Medical storage module

Can hold a substantial variety of medical supplies and apparatus, but cannot hold much more than a medkit could. Looks like it might slow you down a bit.

NOTE: These modules augment your armor, increasing its abilities and resistances. Only one can be attached at a time.

Module: Desc:
TGMC jaeger module baldur.png

Mark 1 Baldur light amplification system

Increases the power output of the Jaeger Combat Exoskeleton's mounted flashlight. Slows you down slightly.
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Mark 1 Tyr armor reinforcement

A large amount of additional armor plating designed to fit inside some of the vulnerable portions of the Jaeger Combat Exoskeleton conventional armor patterns. This older version has worse protection. Will definitely impact mobility.
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Mark 1 Mimir environmental resistance system

When activated, this system provides resistance to environmental hazards, such as gases and radiological exposure. This older version provides no protection to acid. Best paired with the Mimir Environmental Helmet System. Will impact mobility.
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Ballistic armor module

A substantial amount of additional armor plating designed to fit inside some of the vulnerable portions of the Jaeger Combat Exoskeleton conventional armor patterns against bullets and nothing else. Will definitely impact mobility.

Weapon Overview

Tips

  • If you care about fashion, only the chest plate of the light, medium, and heavy armors matter in terms of stats, the leg, arm, and helmets are all skins and share the same stats as the medium armor set, so mix and match your way

Summary

TGMC
Job Positions

TGMC FC.png
TGMC Command Captain, Field Commander, Staff Officer, Pilot Officer
Engineering and Supply Chief Ship Engineer, Requisitions Officer, Ship Technician
Medical Chief Medical Officer, Medical Officer
Marines Squad Leader, Squad Smartgunner, Squad Engineer, Squad Corpsman, Squad Marine
Civilians Corporate Liaison, Researcher
Special Synthetic, AI
Xenomorphs Tier 0 Larva
Tier 1 Drone, Defender, Runner, Sentinel
Tier 2 Carrier, Hivelord, Warrior, Hunter, Wraith, Bull, Spitter
Tier 3 Praetorian, Crusher, Ravager, Boiler, Defiler
Tier 4 Queen, King, Shrike, Hivemind
Others Emergency Response Team, Survivor