Syndicate Items

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Ever wondered how the traitors and Syndicate operatives get all those fancy items magically delivered to them? The uplink is the answer and might be disguised as:

  • a PDA. You will need to enter the access code into the ringtone selection of the built-in messenger program. The list of available gear will then open automatically and you may chose the item(s) of your choice.
  • a slightly suspicious radio. Nuclear Operatives can redeem their token for one without a code lock; those given to normal traitors still have a lock. It can also be set to self-destruct, resulting in a moderate explosion.
  • a more suspicious radio in red and black. Works same as above.
  • a headset. Put it in your hand and dial the frequency assigned to you by the Syndicate. An unlocked uplink can't be worn as a headset, so press the Lock button after you're done buying the items or use the self-destruct function. Aside from that, it looks and functions like any generic headset. Note, this will only work if you didn't start the round with a traitor PDA. You can't use a headset as an alternative if you already recieved a traitor PDA.

Regardless of the delivery method, here are a couple of things to keep in mind:

  • Each agent only receives a grand total of 12 [random interestingly-named unit of currency] (true for both traitor and operative versions) to use, so spend them wisely! If in doubt, press the About button to get a brief description before ordering the item in question.
  • If you exit the uplink (on a PDA) without locking it, the menu can be accessed at any time through the notes program.
  • If you forget your PDA access code or the uplink frequency, use the Notes command to bring it up.

There are also a number of goodies which are no longer available to the public. If you're curious, head over to Discontinued Syndicate Items.

So many toys, so little time

Item Image Cost Jobs Avail. to Ops? Usage Description Notes
Trick Cigarettes
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1 All Yes Six cigarettes that explode. This cigarette packet has 6 cigs that explode shortly after being lit. While the explosion might not be the largest, it can cause one or two small hull breaches that will decompress a room or hallway fairly rapidly. You can also force or trick someone into smoking one of these for stylish assassinations; they look and act like standard cigarettes, save for only having 5 units of nicotine, so they might not notice until it's too late. Trick cigarettes are quite useful for disabling critical equipment (APCs, cloning pods etc) at low cost.
Fake Moustache
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1 All No No one will ever know who you are, NO ONE. This moustache/mustache hides your identity. No, really. Like other face-concealing items, wearing this 'stache and taking off your ID makes you appear as "Unknown", and wearing it with an ID with a different name than yours on it makes you appear as the name on the ID rather than "Name (as Name on ID)". Speaking still reveals you, but it's a good thing this accepts the voice changer. Only really used by traitors with one unit of current left to use or people who find an unlocked Syndicate PDA. Used by people that know true style.
Pickpocket Gun
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3 Engineer, Mechanic, Staff Assistant, Clown No A stealthy claw gun capable of stealing and planting items, and severely messing people. A versatile gimmick gun with three settings - Steal, Plant, and Harass. Steal removes items depending on where you aim it. Plant lets you put items on the target depending on aim. Harass lets you annoy people by poking their eyes, tying their shoe laces together to trip them, and other Three Stooges-esque antics. It also fires silently and even fits in your pockets!
Detomatix Cartridge
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1 All Yes Load it in your PDA. Blow other PDAs. A cartridge for your PDA. When inserted, gives it two programs:
  • Missile: Remotely detonates other people's PDAs in a moderately lethal explosion. Your target PDA needs the Messenger function turned on in order to attempt this, and you need to scan for other PDAs, then import the list. Certain PDAs (the AI's for instance) are hardened and cannot be blown up. Comes with 4 charges.
  • Bomb: Basically makes the PDA it's executed on (i.e. your PDA) self-destruct with a similarly-sized explosion. The countdown is very short, so be ready to throw it fast!

A decent way of sowing panic aboard the station, or softening up a target for an assassination attempt.

If there is an ID card in the PDA, it will be automatically ejected from the PDA and left safely intact from the explosion.

Functionality is also built into the military PDA that starts on the Syndicate Battlecruiser.

Chameleon Suit
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1 All Yes Can disguise itself to any other jumpsuit. This seemingly normal "black jumpsuit" is a fashion model's dream. A decent selection of jumpsuit patterns is available through the change appearance function, accessible by right-clicking on it. You can also click on it with another jumpsuit to add that jumpsuit into the list of possible patterns it can disguise as. An EMP blast will make this turn into a psychedelic suit, which is good for parties, but completely awful for stealth. You can right-click it and choose change appearance (and optionally take it off and put it back on to be safe) to make it function normally.
Syndicate Donk Pockets
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2 Chef No 7 heal-all medkits for your pockets. Box of 7 special donk-pockets that basically work as a cheap, short-duration stimpack--and that can be eaten without needing to heat them! When one is eaten, it gives you 15 units of each of the following: methamphetamine, omnizine, salbutamol, saline-glucose solution, synaptizine, and teporone.

A little conspicious; everything looks a regular donk-pocket box, but the box's Examine text mentions it feels "slightly warm", while each donk-pocket's text says they're "emitting a small amount of heat".
The chemicals only appear when the donk-pocket is eaten. Using the reagent extractor on one yields no chems.
Stealth Container
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1 All Yes Hides shit. Starts out appearing like an internals box and can assume the sprite and Examine text of pretty much any hand-held item. Unlike a regular box or backpack, using this container does not result in conspicuous text messages. However, the camouflaging does not change the size description (e.g. Examining a stealth container disguised as an air tank will say it's a small item rather than a normal-size item), and the Examine text for a camouflaged stealth container will always say "It looks heavy, somehow", giving it away. The camouflage can be reset at any time if required via right-clicking it. The stealth storage can hold normal-sized items (e.g. guns), whereas the ordinary box is limited to small and tiny objects. It also fits in jumpsuit pockets - use drag & drop to access the container's contents.
Maneater Seed
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1 Botanist No Grows into a man eater plant. Man eaters are a pretty fun way to terrorize the station. Each seed, labeled as "strange seed", takes a long time to mature and the plant is very vulnerable while still in its tray. Optionally, growth can be accelerated by feeding them synthmeat and later monkeys or humans. If deployed in groups of two or more, they can be quite devastating. Just make sure to move them into an area the AI can't bolt down easily! As one would expect, welding tools and other burn damage-inflicting weapons are effective against them.

Also, do not confuse these with the strange seeds from the Debris Field or Adventure Zone

Revolver Box
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6 All Yes A loaded revolver with spare ammunition. Loud, obvious and powerful, this .357 Magnum CPA Predator MKII revolver is a quite popular choice among the Syndicate and valued for its decent stopping power. Unarmored opponents will also bleed constantly until the bullets have been removed via surgery. The box contains three spare regular FMJ speedloaders, and two loaded with armor-piercing rounds. The revolver can also chamber .38 Spc rounds, opening up the station's supply of stun bullets, and it could save you in a pinch if the entire supply of .357 Mag ammo has been exhausted.
Freedom Implant
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1 All Yes Frees you from restraints a couple of times. Injecting yourself with this will get you out of handcuffs and shackles a limited number of times, ranging from 1 to 5. You must use a certain emote assigned to you upon implanting in order to instantly escape handcuffs; you'll know it worked because you'll feel a "faint click". This can be quite useful for traitor, but it's often useless for Syndicate operatives because most people just kill them on sight. Injection is implant, as usual.
Agent Card
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1 All Yes Makes you untraceable by the AI. Can copy access from other ID cards. Using it for the first time will prompt you to set a name, job assignment and the color of the stripe, but this can only be done once. It starts with maintenance access and can be upgraded at an ID computer or by simply swiping other cards on it. When equipped, the AI cannot use its tracking functions to follow you on camera. The agent card also grants access to a few special, Syndicate-only locations. Operatives spawn with one by default. Remember to wear it on your ID slot or it won't work.
Electro­magnetic Card (EMAG)
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6 All Yes Opens, hacks, and unlocks everything imaginable. This sophisticated piece of equipment allows you to quite literally open anything: doors, lockers, crates and other things. However, the affected machinery will be broken permanently and while this can have the desired effect, it also leaves a trail for people to follow (mostly doors). Emagging something is also fairly noticeable, so you should make sure nobody's watching.

Besides gaining access through mundane locks, there are a number of additional purposes that EMAGs serve, e.g. removing any laws a cyborg may have, scrambling ID cards with random access, hacking automated bots with malicious results and shorting out restrictions of certain computers. It also drops the emergency shuttle countdown to 10 seconds, neat!

Experiment! Who knows what else it could work on. You may even find out how to make the golden EMAG.
Chem Grenade Starter Kit
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2 RD, Scientist No A box that contains grenade components. The ultimate weapon of a skilled and patient chemist, and relatively cheap. Each grenade starter kit contains 3 grenade casings and 3 fuses, enough components for three custom grenades. For more info, see Construction and Murder respectively. Think carefully about how to build your grenades. Foam mixes and certain pyrotechnics are best, whereas smoke mixes and other heat-reactant chems can be just as easily done with beaker assemblies. Your imagination is your greatest asset here.
Cloaking Field Generator
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3 All No A large and relatively immobile cloaking generator. This device generates a curtain of invisibility with an adjustable pattern and range of up to five tiles in every direction. Hides items and players, but not quite perfectly - combine it with a blackout for optimal results. Unlike the hand-held cloaking device however, optical sensors (AI, cyborgs) or thermals are ineffective against the cloak field. To manipulate the generator's settings, hold the remote in your hand and use the context menu (right click). Simply clicking on the remote will then activate the cloak. You won't be able to that without it, so don't lose the remote!
Sleepy Pen
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5 All Yes Puts your target to sleep, stealthily injects chems. This is a very devious little item. It clandestinely injects chems that without any indication to the victim that they've been penned. It looks almost exactly like a pen except its Examine message mentions a "sharp tip", and it still writes and clicks like a pen too. The pen has a 100 unit capacity and uses 50 units per injection.

By default, it starts out with 100 units of ketamine. The target will be knocked out for give or take 2 minutes, though many players will recognize that they have been penned when their vision goes all blurry and they begin yawning...the 30-40 seconds it takes to go into effect are plenty of time to scream for help. That's why it works best in conjunction with a signal jammer.

Once you've used up the ketamine, it can be refilled with any substance you like - the perfect tool for a creative chemist!
Voice Changer
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1 All Yes A mask add-on that transforms your voice to match your ID. The voice changer can be added to any face-concealing mask (such as clown masks, gas masks, fake moustaches... practically, most masks except a breath mask work.). Once installed, your voice will match the name on the ID card you're wearing both locally and over the radio/intercom. Perfect for impersonating a recently-deceased murder victim! To remove the voice changer, use a pair of wirecutters on the mask. Combine the changer with an agent card or custom ID, be creative!
Cloaking Device
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6 All No Makes you invisible. When this item is activated, it makes you invisible to all but four things: The AI, cyborgs, people with thermal goggles, and people with the X-ray mutation. If you've eliminated all those things, congrats! This will give you a significant edge, yet don't make the mistake to think you're invincible.

Trying to interact with anything that isn't on the same tile as you are will immediately disrupt the cloak. This includes all active actions like firing guns, using computers, throwing stuff, picking stuff up, using the Disarm and Harm unarmed special attacks, or bashing somebody's head in with a toolbox. Bumping into doors to open them (a passive action) is fine however.

People can notice your presence even if they can't see you. It's best not to fiddle about with your backpack, shove someone around or open doors when people are nearby, as observant players will likely realize what's going on. Overall, the cloaking device is more about getting into places undetected or closing in for a kill than unstoppable rampages.

An active T-Ray scanner will disrupt the cloaking field briefly, but only has a very short range. Fired projectiles (regardless of type) will also disable the device, as can flashes (both hand-held and portable) up close.
Syndicates in Pipebomb
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3 All No Release angry lil' nuclear operatives. Clever reversal or just an awful pun? Anyways, upon activation, it explodes with the force of a PDA bomb explosion and releases 4 lil' syndicates that shoot everyone in sight with a 60-damage revolver bullet and then explode, also with the force of a PDA bomb. The syndicates spawned will try to shoot everyone--including you!
EMP Grenades
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1 All Yes A box of grenades which disable electronic devices. This box contains a number of EMP grenades, which are useful to disrupt or damage many electronic devices. Depending on the target, the effect may either be temporary (security cameras, APCs) or permanent (bots, guardbuddies). Also fairly devastating against the two lighter cyborg models. Worthy of particular mention is the fact that the power cell of energy guns and stun batons is drained by electromagnetic pulses, making these grenades somewhat effective when employed against security.
Tactical Grenades
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2 All Yes A box of various grenades. This box contains an assortment of different grenades. Expect to find one smoke, one frag, one cryo, one shock, one graviton, and two incendiary grenades.
Chameleon Projector
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2 All No Lets you disguise as any inanimate object. This projector allows you to assume the appearance of many items, hand-held or large. While disguised, you are forced to move at walk speed and if someone tries to interact with you, the disguise fails in a very obvious way. More useful than you think, if you get creative!
Jug of Moonshine
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2 Barman No Gets people fucked up. Heals traitors. White lightning, hooch, mountain dew, whatever you call it, moonshine is guaranteed to get people horribly drunk very quickly. Unless they happen to be a Traitor or Spy Thief of course, in which case one sip will add 10 units of healing omnizine. Quite effective in combination with the sleepy pen.
Extra Large Shot Glasses
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2 Barman No Special shot glasses that hold quite a bit more than normal. These special shot glasses can hold a whopping 50 units of a beverage of your choice. They look no different than regular shot glasses, but can get any unsuspecting bargoer absolutely trashed in a single sip. Comes in a box of 7.
Stimulants
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4 Geneticist, Scientist, Medical Doctor, RD, MD No Immunity from stun, heals a little over time. Ah, that's the stuff. Stimpacks, a tool of many great virtual heroes, give you a nice 50 units of generically-named "stimulants", enough to make you immune to stuns and knockdowns and automatically heal some BRUTE, BURN, TOX, and OXY every few seconds for about 4-5 minutes after injection. When it depletes to <5 units though, you suffer some damage and stun. Time your use carefully! Can't use stimpacks on others.
Rad Poison Crossbow
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3 All Yes Ranged weapon for assassinations. Favoured by Syndicate assassins, this small mini rad-poison-crossbow can be fired with few indications (excluding point-blank shots) and fits in pockets. Anybody unfortunate enough to be hit by one of the bolts will suffer brief stamina regeneration reduction, some stamina damage, and severe radiation, causing a rapid increase of TOX that somewhat tapers off and sometimes debilitating mutations. Without prompt medical attention, this will eventually be lethal. Your target may quickly realize what is up though and scream for help, so be prepared to silence them permanently. The crossbow recharges automatically, but it cannot be fired until it is fully charged! You'll know when the lights at the tip and back are lit up. It does not fit inside a recharger.
Power Sink
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5 All Yes Draws power from all station APCs. Find a nice, secluded area with exposed cables and check if they are live with a T-ray scanner or multitool, then attach the device to said cable with a screwdriver. Turn it on, and watch as everything goes dark. Station-wide power failures will permit you to access many areas with only a crowbar.

A somewhat situational tool which requires a basic understanding of the power grid and its shortcomings for best effect. Ideally, you should also sabotage every SMES unit before spawning the sink, maybe even Engineering. Placing the sink out on the solar arrays is another common mistake - without some rewiring (see Powering the station), it won't have any effect whatsoever!

In addition, the sink's capacity is actually more limited than you would expect and competent engineers may find it easy to counter it once they are aware of its existence, which in case of the AI (a million power alarms going off simultaneously) will be immediately. Overloading one might also have...explosive results.

It's too large to fit into a backpack, so you might want to delay buying it until you're ready or keeping it in someplace safe.

If you need to remove the sink, simply click on it with a screwdriver.

The AI mainframe usually has an internal backup battery, so it will still be active for quite a while even if it doesn't have any power coming in from the rest of the station.

Butcher's Knife
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7 Chef No It's a knife for stabbing people. Lots of blood. A nasty melee weapon that does a decent amount of brute damage per hit and can also be thrown for an instant stun. Even if your victim manages to limp away, chances are bleeding out will eventually slow them down to a crawl. What's more, the knife turns dead people into slabs of meat, hence destroying their body (and everything along with it) forever. A tasty way to dispose of the evidence too! Meat (and many cooked dishes from that meat) still bears the name of whoever you cut up.
Amplified Vuvuzela
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3 Assistant, Clown No Stun people and hurt their ears. Shoots vuvuzela bolts that damage the ears of your targets, stun people generally within two successive hits, and most importantly annoy the hell out of them in the process. In comparision to a taser, has same battery capacity (200 PU, with each shot taking 25 PU, for a total 8 shots) but more powerful shots that don't lose power with range. You can also click someone who's adjacent to you while you're on Disarm or Harm to fire a point-blank shot, instantly downing them quite a few seconds.
Signal Jammer
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3 All Yes Disables radios within range. When active, it disables all radios within a 6 tile range. This includes ingoing and outgoing communications, so you won't be able to hear if the AI is alerting people to whatever nefarious deeds you are up to. Note that machine talk is not affected. Due to the general shittiness of headsets, many people may not realize a jammer is nearby until it's too late.
Derringer
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2 All Yes A tiny gun with 2 bullets. A last-resort self-defense weapon. Surprisingly powerful point-blank, but a poor offensive choice due to the significant damage falloff. These are so small you can hide them in pretty much any piece of clothing and yes, this includes worn butts! Use the *wink emote to draw the derringer to your active hand. Any item you were already holding will be dropped automatically. Spare ammunition can't be ordered or otherwise acquired.

Cannot be concealed in headsets. Other ear-slot items still work.
Cyalume Saber
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7 All Yes A powerful offensive and defensive melee weapon. Also known as an energy sword, e-sword or c-saber for short. It has two states, on and off. When it's off, you can fit it into your pocket. When it's on, it deals a lot of brute damage, and blocking (Hotkey: Z for Goon WASD, C for /tg/) with reduces effect of weapons that inflict Disorient and lets you reflect projectiles. Not very stealthy, for it though it leaves a lot of blood, has a distinct sound, emits appropriately-colored light, and has a very obvious sprite. Comes in a variety of pretty colours. You can also parry attacks from other c-saber wielders (as well d-saber wielders but not toy sword wielders), at the cost of stamina, essentially allowing for lightsaber battles.
Katana
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7 All Yes Precision limb removal sword. While the c-saber focuses on sheer brute damage with limb removal as a side effect, the katana concentrates on limb removal with brute damage as a side effect. The result is a weapon that, while much weaker than a c-saber (though slightly stronger than a toolbox or fire-extinguisher), will easily tear off arms and legs and even heads if there no other limbs left to cut off. You can also use its special attack to run forward a few tiles, allowing you to quickly enter melee range. It's pretty huge though, so you'll need to sheathe it to fit it in a backpack. Comes in a handy sheath that you can wear on your belt for easier storage, cleaning, and concealment of the sword.

Having the katana out unshealthed will also let you parry attacks from other katana users, specifically to allow sword duels.

Red Chainsaw
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7 Botanist No A messy chainsaw. A stronger version of the green electric chainsaws found in hydroponics. Each hit removes organs, drains enough stamina damage to down most people in two or three hits, and does 20 BRUTE when active. It can also break down doors, though it takes at least 12 hits or more to do so, and you can also hit a corpse to gib it, if it has less than -500 health and has all their organs removed. However, it's too large to fit in a backpack, so good luck concealing it. On the bright side, the in-hand sprite is slightly less obvious (if only at a passing glance). Chainsaw removes organs in the order appendix -> left kidney -> left lung -> right kidney -> right lung -> liver -> heart -> spleen -> pancreas.
Syndicate Robot Frame
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2 Roboticist No A robot frame with hacked laws. The frame, once turned into a finished cyborg, will have its laws referring to members of the Syndicate and a fourth one to maintain secrecy, as to not expose its masters by mindless rampages. Anything uploaded to the AI will be discarded. Naturally, you'd want to chose a capable brain donor. In case the player immediately commits suicide or does not listen to your orders, adminhelp them. Syndicate cyborgs can see traitors, operatives, revolutionaries and other Syndicate robots. They will also not appear on the robotics computer.
Conversion Chamber
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6 Roboticist No Turns people into light cyborgs. This horrifying device has a couple of special properties. Once wrenched into place, an incapacitated crew member can be forced (click-dragged) into the chamber for conversion. The process takes around 2 minutes (less if they were already hurt) to complete, during which the victim generally cannot escape. Nevertheless, they can still be rescued by ejecting them from the chamber, so it would be in your interest to keep curious bystanders at bay. Last but not least, the chamber also retains the functionality of regular docking stations as far as cyborg maintenance is concerned. Converted cyborgs will follow the centralized AI lawset, unlike a Syndicate or emagged robot! You may want to subvert the lawset before borging people, lest you victim rat you out!
Port-a-Puke
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7 Janitor No An experimental torture chamber that will make any human placed inside puke until they die! An offense to humanity, this chamber is an inescapable prison of pain and vomit. Either by dragging it around, or wrenching it into place, grabbing your target and shoving them into this debacle of mankind will irreversibly lock them in, slowly draining them of their life energy lunch before ejecting them out so they can spend their last seconds alive drenched on the station floor.

Note that as a janitor, this will create an enormous mess, causing people to slip on the discharge (something that you should be immune to with your Galoshes)

Ghosting around? Observe the port-a-puke to satisfy your boredom!
Faustian Bargain kit
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8 Chaplain No Make demonic pacts with people. A unique devilish suitcase with three contracts, three demonic pens, and an evil lawyer suit (get it?). Simply click on someone with a contract while holding a demonic pen in your off-hand to complete a pact; people can voluntarily sign one by using a demonic pen on a contract. Anyone who signs a pact gains certain "benefits", like lots of mutations, fabulous wealth, or even Macho Man powers, depending on the contract; you can Examine each pact for clues on what it offers. Meanwhile, each pact signed makes your pen and briefcase hit harder and stun longer and raises your lawyer suit's melee & bullet protection. You gain more pacts whenever you successfully complete a contract or exchange five souls for one through Summon Contract ability, indirectly weakening your pen and briefcase damage & lawyer suit protection.

There is a secret dark reward for those chaplains who have amassed enough souls.

Syndicate Device Analyzer
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4 Mechanic No Scans (almost) ANYTHING. For the most part, this scanner looks and functions exactly like the regular one. However, it can also scan things you normally couldn't, such as the crusher and most other Syndicate items. You still need to put them into the ruckingenur kit to make blueprints though, so beware of people snooping through the logs!
Mind-Slave Implant
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3 All No Makes the implantee your slave. Use this handy one-use implant to force someone to fulfill your every request! It lasts up to 20-30 minutes, the implanter injects the implant instantly, and the process stuns the implantee. You still require the cooperation of the implantee, as you don't actually take control of them. Mindslaves should be aware of the special guidelines, specifically number 5. If they don't cooperate, simply adminhelp it.
Deluxe Mind-Slave Implant
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6 All No Makes the implantee your slave, permanently. Doesn't expire. Works like a regular mindslave implant otherwise. Mindslaves should be aware of the special guidelines.
Syndicate Sauce
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1 Chef, Barman No A sauce with deadly poison. This sauce packet contains 50 units of amanitin, a stealthy, delayed poison. Whoever eats food laced with this will feel no effects for a few minutes...then suddenly drop dead. It's a condiment, i.e. can be applied to any food item.
Bowling Kit
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7 All No A somewhat silly stun weapon. Who's the kingpin now, baby? Kit includes a bowling shirt and four bowling balls. If the ball hits someone, they are quickly knocked down for a decent amount of time, and it will hurt quite a bit. You have to wear the shirt to make it work!
Syndicate Cleaner Grenades
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2 Janitor No Makes a nasty chemical mess. These may look like the janitor's regular cleaning grenades, but include space lube and fluorosulfuric acid as well. The former slips up anybody trying to move on the foam (and lingers for a while afterwards), while the latter melts items and horribly burns the victims. The damage stacks for every foamed tile you step on, even while slipping on the lube. Taking a slide across the entire foam puddle will hurt.
Trash Compactor
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4 Janitor No Horribly gibs your victims. Don't be fooled, there is nothing ordinary about this cart. Anyone unfortunate enough to be put inside will be squished into a small cube of meat, leaving behind a neat pile of all their organs, including their brain. The meatcube will have a few moments to squirm about and scream hopelessly before its inevitable, very bloody demise. It's very messy, so be sure to do your job and clean up! Luckily, you can't be crushed by your own compactor.
Target ID Tracker
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1 All No Finds your targets. This device allows you to track the ID card of any of your assassination targets, but only the ID. If they have changed or destroyed it, the pin pointer will not be useful. Small enough to fit in your pockets. Only available if you have an assassination objective.
Floor Closet
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1 All No Hides shit. A closet with camouflage, which dynamically assumes the appearance of the floor tile underneath. Surprisingly useful.
Sonic Grenades
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2 All No A box containing sonic grenades. Each one packs enough power to shatter reinforced windows and pop eardrums. No more being cornered by an angry mob! Includes earplugs. They pack a surprising amount of stun, but don't affect people who've already been rendered deaf (temp. or permanently) by preceding grenades.
Syringe Gun
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3 MD, Medical Doctor, RD, Scientist, Barman No Shoots syringes. Works pretty much like a beaker - just transfer the reagents of your choice to the gun, up to 90 units at a time. Each shot subtracts 15 units from the internal reservoir, and unlike conventional chemical delivery methods, the target is hit with the full 15 units instantly. You don't have to worry about the syringes, as the miniature synthesizer will generate them automatically. If required, the reservoir can be flushed by using the context menu or drain contents verb.
Mining Charge Hacker
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4 Miner No Makes mining charges go boom everywhere. Looks like a regular geological scanner, but allows mining charges to stick to any surface, not just asteroids. Just swipe it over the charge to disable the safety. Try not to get caught in the explosions, dumbass.
Surplus Crate
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12 All No Crate containing random stuff. A crate of whatever the Syndicate had laying around. Contains 18-24 currency units worth of randomly selected traitor items. Some items can only be found in this, and some items cannot appear in them, primarily those geared towards murder (e.g. c-saber) and those tailored for a particular job (e.g. mining charge hacker). The selection may range from absolutely amazing to totally useless and is quite likely to include job-specific items, duplicate items, or even another crate! Buyer beware!
Shotgun Box
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8 All Yes A loaded shotgun with spare ammunition. Blow somebody across the room Italian style! This 12 gauge SPES-12 (sometimes spawns with a different name) is more than capable of shredding anyone to bits in two shots or less, provided they aren't wearing body armour. Anyone who lives has to contend with extensive organ damage and missing limbs too if they got shot at close range. Noisy as hell and obvious, but if you're packing this, you know what you're doing. (If you don't, try shooting more people.) Buckshot isn't the only type of ammo which will work in this gun.
Syndicate Cargo Transporter
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3 QM, Engineer, Miner No Weld a crate and send it to the middle of nowhere. Forever. When used on a crate or closet, it will automatically weld the thing shut and send it as far away as possible. Good for getting rid of people when you have a glut of crates or lockers (or metal) on hand. Sorely underestimated. It's very easy to blindside people with if you have a taser or other sidearm capable of quick knockouts.
Power Gloves
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6 CE, Engineer, Mechanic No Shoot lightning from your hands. When standing atop or directly adjacent to a live wire, you can shoot lightning at people or objects! Use the Disarm intent to non-lethally stun, and Harm to zap unsuspecting folks with a powerful electric arc. Insulated gloves offer a degree of protection against the burn damage, but not against the stun. The damage depends on the power of the current, so overloading the engine will make power gloves more effective. You may want to keep an active T-ray scanner in your pocket.
Moustache Grenade
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1 Assistant, Clown No Makes moustaches. Anyone caught in the blast radius will have a fake moustache permanently affixed to them. Harmless, until they need to use internals.
Microbomb Implant
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1 All No The ultimate revenge. Whoever you injected with this implant will explode upon death, completely destroying the body and hurting anyone nearby. The final fuck you to vigilantes and security officers. The implanter still injects instantly. Fun fact: these stack. Think of that what you will. Unlikely to trigger on suicide, but succumbing when you're already in crit works. Syndicate operatives always come with one of these in their skulls at the start of the round, but they cannot order more.
Macrobomb Implant
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12 All No The ultimate revenge x12. A time saver. Works and behaves exactly like 12 microbomb implants. Like microbombs, injection is instant, and the bomb may not trigger on a suicide.
Poison Bottle
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1 Barman, MD, Medical Doctor, RD, Scientist No A bottle of poison. Exactly what it says on the tin. The game will randomly pick a poison (e.g. pancuronium) and provide you with 40 units of it. Some poisons can only be found through this item. Useful if you don't know how to make/find poisons yourself.

Possible poisons include: amanitin, concentrated initropidril, coniine, curare, cyanide, gibbis, initrobeedril, initropidril, ketamine, loose screws, nanomachines, pancuronium, polonium, prions, pure bacon grease, Rajaijah, royal initrobeedril, sarin, sodium thiopental, spider eggs, sulfonal, unstable hootagen, venom.
Works nicely with the syringe gun.
DNA Scrambler
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1 All Yes Changes your appearance. One-use injector that instantly gives you a random appearance and name. Clothes and equipped ID cards will remain unaffected. Can be used on others, though injection is not instant. Useful for stealthy Syndicate operatives.
.22 Pistol Box
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3 All Yes A loaded pistol with spare ammunition. This box comes with three .22 hollowpoint mags and a .22 LR STL Orion handgun that features an integral sound suppressor, yet is still compact enough to fit in jumpsuit pockets. You won't have to worry about noticeable text messages when you fire it (unlike with most firearms), but the stopping power is less than average. Overall, the pistol is best suited for stealthy assassinations at close range. Hacking a general manufacturer lets you create .22 FMJ mags, which do less damage.
Wrestling Belt
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7 All Yes Become Hulk Hogan...IN SPACE! Ever wanted to participate in Space Championship Wrestling? This belt unlocks a number of wrestling moves, all of which are explained on the Wrestler page. Also works as a belt, so it can fit small- and tiny-size objects (i.e. like utility belt, albeit one that cannot fit a deconstructor).
Safari Kit
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7 MD No A complementary package for your tranquilizer rifle. This box contains 4 clips each with 4 sodium thiopental darts (but not the rifle itself) which will rapidly put your targets to sleep, a boomerang that stuns when thrown, and an dashing hat and jumpsuit for the proper safari look. The boomerang will only knock people down if you're wearing the suit and hat.
.38 AP Ammo Box
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2 Detective No Powerful ammo for your .38 sidearm. This box contains three speedloaders of AP ammo, which pierce body armour, boosting their damage against armored targets like the Captain. Raw damage (i.e. before armor) is comparable to a standard .38 FMJ. Remember, you can keep the .38 in your pockets - unlike the larger revolver!
Teleport Gun
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7 RD No A gun that teleports people. Energy gun meets teleporter technology! It is however not ready-to-use and requires a bit of preparation. First, head to the teleporter room (or another working teleporter) and select a beacon or tracking implant as the target. Second, click on the gun to link it to said teleportation hub. Afterwards, it's up to you to make effective use of the gun - try to think of interesting traps! You could, for example, place a beacon in the engine combustion chamber or send people straight to deep space. Also sometimes called "teleporter gun" or just "telegun" The gun will be little more than an expensive paperweight if the teleporter you've linked it to loses power or is destroyed.
Clown Car
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5 Clown No A car for clowns, HONK! Another glorious gimmick item. Use drag & drop to climb into the driver's seat and then run some people over! They can be stuffed into the car with drag & drop or by manually grabbing them. With a good clown behind the wheel, up to 30 crew members can find themselves trapped in the backseat. Beware, crashing into a wall will flung you through the windshield and has a chance to free the passengers. Even if they don't fly out with you, anybody clicking on the car with an empty hand can open the door to let them out. You have to be wearing at least two pieces of clown clothing (suit, mask, shoes) to drive the car. Conveniently, every car comes with a complete set.
Trick Revolver
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1 Clown No A seemingly-normal revolver that makes you shoot yourself. Is there a vigilante or opposing traitor on your tail? They can rarely resist the allure of adding another weapon to their inventory, much less the chance to conserve their own ammo. "Carelessly" drop this authentic-looking revolver and trick your opponents into shooting themselves! They'll never notice the difference until it's too late. You need to "reload" it after every shot by clicking on it while it's in your hand, like the Russian revolver. There are ways to tell it's a fake revolver, e.g. you can't unload it or load any ammo.

Appears on buy-screen as a "funny-looking revolver" (get it?) and comes in a "Russian surplus munitions box".
Chameleon Bomb
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6 Clown No A disguisable pipe bomb. Chameleon projector meets pipe bomb! It can assume the appearance of practically any hand-held item, critter or robot - simply scan it, arm the bomb and leave it laying around for the next curious passer-by to pick up. The explosive force is comparable to a high-power pipebomb or an MPRT-7 rocket. Scan something people are eager to pick up, such as guns or traitor items.
Miniature Bible
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1 Assistant, Chaplain, Clown No A tiny bible. Do you like to make people fart in your face? This bible doesn't do anything different than you'd expect, but it's easier to hide and doesn't have an in-hand sprite. You can also use it as a general-purpose container to store tiny and small items. The mini bible is a small-sized item itself and thus fits in jumpsuit pockets.
Chemi­Compiler
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5 RD, Scientist No A hand-held version of the ChemiCompiler. A programmable device capable of mixing, heating and dispensing reagents in very precise measurements. For more info, see ChemiCompiler.

Note: Don't buy the ChemiCompiler if you don't have any idea how to use it. You have to manually write code for it in an obscure programming language, and this isn't something most players will be able to master in a couple of minutes.

Experiment with the stationary version in chemistry first to gain a basic understanding of the device.
Syndicate Mailman Suit
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1 Mailman No Go postal. Its-a me, Mario! Use the mail system as a means of transportation for easy access to various key areas (security, bridge, etc). Remember to set a destination on the chute before flushing yourself.
Speed Injector
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3 Geneticist No Injects DNA injectors instantly. Stealth device disguised as a screwdriver that instantly and stealthily alters the victim's DNA when provided with a DNA injector. There's a 10 second delay between injection and the genes manifesting themselves, making your involvement less obvious. Only accepts injectors, not the simpler activators. If necessary, the payload can be removed by clicking on the injector when it's in your active hand.
Spy Sticker Kit
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1 All Yes Listen in on secret conversations. A box of stickers that have radios and cameras inside them. You can set the frequency they broadcast to by clicking on one in your hand. Contains 5 stickers, a tuned camera monitor, and a spare headset. You can get rid of them by setting the attached thing on fire.
Space American Football Kit
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7 All No The Wrestling Belt's ranged brother A helmet, chest protector, cleats, and shirt/pants kit that grants you special abilities when the full set is worn. Tackle can break down doors, tables, and maybe even walls. Tackle another player to launch them, dealing good brute damage and a stun. When an opponent is lying on the ground, kicking them with the cleats on will do extra damage. The football can stun people for a good long time when thrown, and anyone not wearing the gear will be unable to catch it. A long-distance tackle charge will do a lot more damage to others than a point-blank tackle.
Lawn Darts box
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4 Assistant, Barman, Clown No Tiny little syndicate daggers A box of three lawn darts that can stun, bleed, and inflict brute damage when thrown. Unlike daggers though, they will embed in the target.
Barrel of Monkeys
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6 Assistant, Geneticist, Test Subject No Angry monkeys on demand. A "mysterious barrel" and an accompanying "mysterious signaller". When the signaller is used, the barrel releases 6 special bandanna-wearing monkeys that fight everyone they see (including the deployer) and readily use whatever guns/weapons/objects happen to be around to kill them. It's reskinned locker than you can't open or weld closed, so it can't fit in your bag, but it can be cargo transportered.
Kudzu Seed
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4 Assistant, Botanist No Obstructive alien weed. A seed that, when planted on any station tile, spawns Space Kudzu, exactly same as the kind spawned through the admin event. (See there for more details.) Kudzu tries to spread onto empty non-Space/Seafloor tiles. While kudzu can't kill anyone at all unless they're especially inept, and it can be torn down with just about anything, especially hot or sharp objects, it significantly obscures lighting and line of sight and can potentially block off entire sections of the station. Smart placement often leads to early shuttle calls. Corpses on kudzu eventually become kudzupeople that can spread it further.

Kudzu can spread up to 50 tiles from its initial starting point without the aid of kudzupeople.
Mindslave Cloning Module
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7 Geneticist, Medical Doctor, MD. No Makes permanently mindslaved clones. Aka mind remapping module. When attached to a cloning pod, any clones that pop out of it are permanently mindslaved to the one who added it (hopefully, you). The mindslave process doesn't use implants, so no chance of removal here. However, not only is the module incredibly visible on the clonepod, but the affected pod also emits a faint crimson glow. During operation, it also makes a weird glitchy noise, and the fluid inside becomes a sinister red. Anybody can remove it from the clonepod using a screwdriver.

Cannot be used in conjunction with SpeedyClone2000 modules or biomatter recycling units.

Mindslave Cloning Module - Deluxe Package
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11 Geneticist, Medical Doctor, MD. No Mindslaved clone armies are even easier. A box with a mindslave cloning module, machine frames with essential cloning lab machinery (cloning console, cloning scanner, enzymatic reclaimer, and clonepod), and a soldering iron to deploy them all. The cloning console frame is directly converted into a computer.
Fibre Wire
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3 All Yes Choke people quickly and silently. Or fiber wire depending on which side of the ocean you're on. Click on it to ready it for attack. Now, when you attack someone from behind (whether directly behind them or off to the side a bit), you'll instantly have them in a stranglehold. If you then click on the wire in-hand again, you'll upgrade to a deadlier chokehold that causes bleeding and incapacitates the victim, making them unable to Resist/Disarm/move out of your hold or call for help. It'll still take a minute or so to choke them to death, but it's much faster than just your bare hands. Though you can hold the wire in one hand, readying and garroting someone with it requires two hands. It also slows you.

The target can still escape if they're on certain stamina-boosting drugs.

Syndicate Hat
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12 All Yes Show where your true allegiance lies. A big, bad, towering pile of hat that grants fairly good melee resistance, envelops you in a sinister red glow, and automatically sets you to Arrest on Sight on the sec records (with appropriately amusing crimes and notes), so the secbots and Security Officers know what you really are. It is "bulky"-sized and thus cannot be hidden in pockets or backpacks, forcing you to either hold it or wear it. When you put it on, it plays an amusing sound clip, and you can suicide to flood the room with blood like you've robbed the blood bank. You can't remove that hat. Crime time never stops, pal. Others can remove it, though.
Syndicate Sponge Capsules
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3 All No Unleash up to 6 dangerous critters. Aka BioWeapons Sponge Capsules, as opposed to just BioToys.. If you take a capsule out of the packet and pour some water in it/put it in water, it'll create a hostile NPC critter that attacks everything in sight. Possible spawms include Micromen, space bears, spiders, wendigos, aggressive bats, ice spiders, Town Guards, lions, and fermids The critters will still attack you.
Wasp Grenades
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3 Botanist No Release angry bees. A different kind of "stinger" grenade. The five "suspicious looking grenades" in this "experimental biological grenade box" each spawn five wasps, hostile critters that repeatedly sting people with histamine, a highly-visible poison that causes itchiness, brute damage, and, in high doses, anaphylactic shock. The wasps won't attack Botanists (i.e. you, hopefully) unless provoked.
Hotdog Bomb
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1 Chef, Sous Chef, Waiter, Clown No Force people into wearing hotdog suits. Click on it in-hand and run as far as you can in the roughly seven seconds it takes to detonate. Everyone within five tiles of where it was detonated (i.e. area of effect is 11x11) gets a hotdog costume they can't remove themselves (other people can still remove it). Humiliating, but harmless until someone tries to put on a spacesuit... Arming the bomb sends a bold red message to everyone in view, and it makes a distinct noise as it's counting down.
Angry Wasp Crossbow
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6 Botanist No Shoot angry bees. A mini wasp-egg-crossbow that shoots a wide spread of 4 wasp eggs that, upon impacting something or going too long without hitting anything, each spawn a wasp. Wasps are hostile critters that repeatedly stings people with histamine, a highly-visible poison that causes itchiness, brute damage, and, in high doses, anaphylactic shock. The weapon slowly recharges itself. The wasps won't attack Botanists (i.e. you, hopefully) unless provoked.
Advanced Optical Thermal Scanner
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3 Detective No See people through walls. These seemingly regular-looking "optical thermal scanner" goggles let you see people behind walls and other solid objects, though not necessarily anything around them. Otherwise, they act like a regular Optical Thermal Scanner; they let you see farther in the dark, spot people using various forms of invisibilty...and make you more vulnerable to flashes and EMP grenades.
Light Breaker
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4 All Yes Break lights, stun people. When you click on this compact tape recorder while it's in your hand, it'll play a distinct sound that'll sonically stun all those around you, except yourself, and break all the lights you can see, unleashing sparks, which cannot ignite anything flammable. You can activate it 4 times before the tape runs out and needs to be rewound with a screwdriver. The sonic stun can by blocked by items such as earmuffs.
Cursed Clown Mask
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5 Clown No A mask that hurts and debilitates non-clowns and non-traitor clowns. Looks like a normal clown mask at first glance, save for the somewhat ominous description, but anyone who wears this mask who isn't a Clown and a Traitor suffers uncontrollable laughing, confused movement, occasional brief (<4 seconds) bouts of Slowed and Stunned, minor brain damage, and accumulating BURN that can put them into critical condition. Traitor clowns can quickly force the mask onto any unsuspecting downed victim by using it on them while targeting the head and not on Help intent. The mask cannot be removed with acid or fire. Others can remove it however.

Traitor clowns can also wear and unequip the mask without any ill-effects--good since it also works as a gas mask, so it can be used for internals!
Wiretap Radio Upgrade
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3 All No Listen to departmental radio channels. When you click a headset with this flashy dongle, it gives the headset to hear and speak through all the department-specific radio frequencies, notably Security's. Does not include any of the silicon frequencies. You might want to look into Machine Translator implants for those.
Syndicate Omnitool
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2 All Yes Concealable Syndicate swiss army knife. You can click on this omnitool in hand to cycle through several tool modes, including a welder mode and a knife mode that has comparable damage to a kitchen knife. Like a derringer, you can click a piece of clothing to conceal the tool there. You can then *flex (Hotkey: Ctrl + X) while wearing the clothing item to pull it out and put it in your hand. Useful for getting out of tight places or conserving inventory space, if you don't mind having to go through all the tool modes. Tool order goes: crowbar, screwdriver, multitool, wirecutter, wrench, knife, welder, and back to crowbar.

Can not be hidden in headsets.
Boom Boots
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12 Clown No Funny footsteps. Well, yo are y'all ready for me yet? When you have these boots on, they play an explosion noise each time you take a step. Simple as that! It's high-level contraband, so you'll also provoke the GuardBuddies and secbots and trip the security scanners if you carry them (but not if you wear them), among other things.
Guardbuddy Ammo Replicator
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4 Research Director No Give a GuardBuddy with a kinetic gun infinite ammo (at a cost)! GuardBuddies that are emagged can accept kinetic weapons, but are limited by ammo. This "BulletBuddy ammo fabrication kit" solves that issue by letting that Buddy use its internal battery charge to make ammo when it runs down to one bullet left. The larger the magazine of the gun and the more damage its bullets do, the more power the ammofab consumes. In addition, it prevents people from crowbarring off the gun from the GuardBuddy, but it also keeps you from giving it a different gun. Choose wisely!

Surplus crate items

Note: Only items specific to the surplus crate are listed here, but they often contain regular Syndicate gear as well. Please also keep in mind that some of these items can be found in the adventure zone or bought from merchants by non-traitors. Use your common sense, so innocent players don't get killed for picking up something they found floating around in space.

Item Image Usage Description Notes
Police Baton
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A special stun baton. Works like a standard issue baton except for two important distinctions. It doesn't require power to function, and beating somebody while using the Harm intent delivers a guaranteed stun along with the brute damage.
Syndicate Dagger
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A tiny knife. A weaker version of the butcher's knife, which can also stun people when thrown. Fits in pockets. Does not gib corpses, however!
Duct Tape
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A roll of sticky tape. Allows you to tie people up. Basically a glorified box of handcuffs without the bulk. Every roll of duct tape has 10 uses.
Banana Grenades
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A box of banana grenades. Each grenade explodes into slippery banana peels.
Flare Gun
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A loaded flare gun with spare ammunition. Signal your intentions! The flare doesn't cause a lot of damage outright, but sets people on fire and may even force them to roll on the ground to extinguish the flames. Surprisingly effective. Can be loaded with shotgun shells to boot!
Old Hunting Rifle
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For hunting the most dangerous game of all. Massively powerful rifle. You only have four bullets, so don't waste them! Can be loaded with tranquilizer darts.
Breaching Charge
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A charge designed to break through walls. Capable of reliably blasting through walls in a 1x1 radius. Can also be be used to destroy airlocks (as well as other machinery), windows and grills. It has five second timer.
Flash/Cell Assembly Box
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Five overcharged flashes. A box of five flashes with power cells attached to each of them. Despite the flamy result, they're one-use item thanks to the bulb burning out immediately. These can be made, if you know how.
Syndicate Command Armor
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An extra-armored space suit. Not only is it a space suit with no slowdown, but it allows you to shrug off explosions and grants excellent protection against bullets, melee attacks, and radiation. They're sold as "Armored Spacesuits" from C.A.R.L., the Listening Post merchant.
Laser Rifle
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Upgraded laser gun. This powerful energy gun steadily regenerates its own battery, so has potentially infinite ammo. However, the process is quite slow and cannot be relied on in a firefight. Can be found outside of being ordered by a traitor(but don't count on it)!
Energy Gun Upgrade Pack
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Power cell for an energy gun. Self-charging power cell with a capacity of 100 PU. Can be used to upgrade a stun baton or energy weapon (such as a taser or crossbow) Click the weapon with it to swap out the cell.
Land Mine
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An anti-personnel land mine. A randomly selected mine. Different models exist, see Murder for a detailed description. You can also encounter these in deep space.
SecHUD Cybereyes
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A pair of ocular implants. Essentially a pair of sunglasses people can't easily remove from you that also let you see SecHUD icons, so you can know if you've been set to Arrest. Comes with a enucleation spoon, but you still need access to an operating table and a scalpel or equivalents (and, depending on your medical skills, a willing surgeon) to implant them. See Roboticist and Doctoring for details.
Hacked Hypospray
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Instantly fill people with chems. A hypospray that already had its safety locks removed, allowing you to instantly inject people with the chems inside. Not as stealthy as a sleepy pen as it has an more visible sprite and message when injecting, and it administers less chems, but you have a lot more control over dosage, and it's fine for chems that do not scale with volume or only need a small amount to work, such as disease reagents. Holds up to 30 units of chemicals.
Holographic Disguiser
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Changes your appearance. Essentially a multi-use version of the DNA scrambler with a power switch. Every time you turn it on, you will be provided with a different, randomly-generated name and hair style. The game may take one or two seconds to update your mob. You can also talk without giving your real identity away. Beware of fired projectiles (regardless of type) and flashes (both hand-held and portable), all of which can disable the device. Can also be bought from the Syndicate merchant in the Listening Post or through QM's Special Ops Supplies crate if you have an emag.
Sarin Grenade
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Releases deadly gas. Creates a cloud of sarin gas that weakens and debilitates those who walk through it and can ramp up damage quickly. Try not to get caught in it, dummy. More details in Murder. People wearing a biosuit and internals won't absorb any gas.

Nuclear Operative Gear

Item Image Usage Description Notes
Syndicate Requisition Token
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Use at Syndicate Weapons Vendor to get gear. Not useful in of itself, for it's meant to be currency for the Syndicate Weapons Vendor. You can insert this into the vendor to get credit for a sidearm, loadout, and utility item. Every operative spawns with one. There's no way to get more.
Cyanide Pill
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A deadly pill. Think cyanide capsule and you wouldn't be wrong. While these usually end up littering the floor of the Syndicate Battlecruiser, they are quite decent if you don't want to waste ammo on somebody. Or to commit suicide, you wuss. Cannot be ordered, but every operative is provided with one for free.
Thermite Breaching Charge
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A charge designed to break through walls. A mildly-lethal charge with a five second timer, which melts all walls (regular or reinforced), windows, grilles, and most solid objects within a 5x5 radius and then creates a brief fireball of the same size. A few of these can be found on the Syndicate Battlecruiser, but aren't available for purchase.
Night Vision Goggles
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See in the dark. Lets you see dark areas much more clearly, albeit with a mild green tint. However, flashes and flashers will stun you longer. Likewise, a few pairs of these can be found on the Syndicate Battlecruiser and Armory, but aren't available for purchase.
SWAT Gloves
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Deflect attacks more often when blocking. In addition to reducing damage from fire by a tiny bit and damage from electrical shocks by considerable amount, these gloves provide an additional 20% chance to completely nullify attacks while blocking. The default chance is 40%, so these gloves push you to 60%, i.e. you're more likely to deflect the attack than not. Can't be ordered or found on the Syndicate Battlecruiser, but every Nuclear Operative spawns with a pair.
Nuclear Commander Sabre
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Pirates of the Space Caribbean A sword and sheath that exclusively spawns with the Nuclear Commander. Deals around 20 damage and inflicts bleeding and comes with a forward stabbing special attack. Not as deadly as the rest of the Syndicates arsenal but stylish as hell. Not available for purchase. Starts in the Commander's inventory. Can't ya read!?
Syndicate Teleporter Remote
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Teleport you and the bomb between the Syndicate Battlecruiser and Listening Post. To teleport yourself, stand on the telepad on the Syndicate Battlecruiser and use the remote to teleport to the telepad on the Listening Post. Do the same with Listening Post's telepad to teleport back to the Syndicate Battlecruiser.

To teleport the bomb, place it over the Syndicate Battlecruiser telepad and whack the nuke with the remote. Similarly, whacking it when it's on the Listening Post telepad teleports it back to the Syndicate Battlecruiser.

Handy if there isn't room for you in the space pods or you want to sneak into the station by jetpacking from the Listening Post to some forgotten airlock into maintenance.

Syndicate Weapons Vendor

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While the Nuclear Operatives use Syndicate gear, they get theirs a little differently. Rather than uplinks and funny money, they get a requisition token that they redeem at one of the many Syndicate Weapons Vendors on the Syndicate Battlecruiser. Items sold through the vendor are split into three categories: Utility, Loadout, and Sidearm, and each token gives enough credit to buy something from each of these three categories.

Sidearm

Pistol belts containing a handgun of some sort and ammo for it.

Item Image Usage Contents Description Notes
M1992 Pistol
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Low-damage pistol with lots of ammo. Pistol belt with:
1x M1992 Pistol
3x 9mm Magazines
The M1992 has an ample 15-round magazine, with plenty of extra mags, though its damage is on the low end for guns. Still, the 30 BRUTE is nothing to sneeze at. While you probably won't find the opportunity to, it can also fit tranq pistol darts and Clock 188 mags.
Predator Revolver
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Powerful revolver with a few FMJ speedloaders. Revolver belt with:
1x CPA Predator MKII
2x .357 FMJ speedloaders
This iconic revolver has incredible stopping power, at a whopping 60 BRUTE per shot, but it has a rather low ammo capacity at 7 shots in the chamber. That said, 7 shots is more than enough to kill anything that moves, 21 even more so. The revolver also accepts .38 stun rounds and other .38 bullets.

Utility

A variety of equipment for supplementing a loadout.

Item Image Usage Description
Tactical Espionage Belt Storage
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7 slots for your belt slot. This Syndicate Tactical Espionage Belt Pack actually is in fact a fanny pack, meaning you can stuff guns other normal size items into it, as you can with a normal backpack. Since it's a belt, though, that you means you can wear it with a jetpack. Might seem like it'd conflict with the pistol belt, but you can stick your pistol in the pack, and the spare ammo into the box.
Syndicate Satchel
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Knife with thrown stun and movement boost. This combat knife is not only pretty deadly, but it also makes you move faster when held (don't question it) and can be thrown to knock people down for a few seconds.
MPRT Rocket Ammunition
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Two more rockets for the MPRT. It's a four-slot pouch with two spare rockets for the MPRT-7 that spawns on the Syndicate Battlecruiser, simple as that. Use the extra space for other items!

Loadout

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Each loadout comes with some sort of specialist combat helmet and some form of specialist combat dress, unless otherwise noted, in addition various other things listed below.

Item Image Usage Contents Description Notes
Class Crate - Grenadier
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Lob grenades. Lots of them. 1x grenade launcher
1x "mixed grenade pouch" with 3x stinger grenades and 3x frag grenades
1x "grenade round pouch" with 2x 8-packs of 40mm HEDP shells and 2x 8-pack of 40mm HE shells
All 'bout them bombs. Not only do you get a good amount of explosive shells and frag and stinger 'nades, but you also get a six-capacity launcher to deploy all this ordnance. Your grenade launcher doesn't support multiple ammo types, so you can't, say, put a flashbang then a stinger (or a stinger after an stinger for some reason.)
Class Crate - Heavy Weapons Specialist
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Peace through suppressing firepower. 1x M90 Machine Gun
2x ammo belts
1x high-explosive grenade pouch with 6x HE grenades
1x specialist heavy operative combat armor
For operatives that aren't afraid of the frontline. You get a big bad two-handed LMG that fires a spread of lots of weak, low-range bullets that slow down targets for shutting down corridors and chasing stragglers, and in place of the regular combat dress, you get extra-protective armor for soaking up damage. You also can some grenades in case you need to blow into places. Stay towards the front, lest your gun's bullets veer off and hit your teammates.
Class Crate - Assault Trooper
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Point and click. 1x M19A4 assault rifle
1x rifle magazine pouch with 3x STENAG mags and 2x AP STENAG mags
1x "mixed grenade pouch" with 1x stinger grenade, 1x frag grenade, and 2x flashbangs
2x breaching charges
A no-nonsense loadout for a counter-strike. You get a few grenades for damage and stuns, breaching charges for getting into places, and a two-handed assault rifle that can go burst fire for close range confrontations and single fire for more powerful, more accurate shots. Simple, yet effective, and good in just about every situation.
Class Crate - Combat Medic
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Healing and hurting. 1x box of Syndie donk pockets
1x ProDoc Health Goggles 1x specialist health monitor (works like upgraded ProDocs)
1x upgraded health analyzer
1x syringe gun
1x poison canister with 90u of neurotoxin
1x Juggernaut injector, has enough for three applications
1x medical shoulder bag (goes on your back) with:

1x trauma field kit (fits in a pocket) with:

1x medical lifesaver bag (goes in your belt slot) with autoinjectors of the following drugs:

For a doctor from a very different Red Cross. The star of the loadout is the box of Syndie donk pockets and the tasty cocktail of drugs and healing chems contained within. You've also many supplies for common work-related medical emergencies:

You also get special auto-injectors that have multiple uses. They have 50 units and apply 5 units of the meds inside, totaling out to 10 uses. The neurotoxin works best in your syringe gun and debilitates and knocks people out, making them easy targets for your teammates, while the juggernaut injector lets you or your teammates heal a portion of the damage they receive for some time.

You also get a "specialist health monitor". It acts like fully upgraded ProDoc Goggles, meaning you can access relative health levels at a glance and Examine people close by to get a detailed readout of their health status.

The syringe gun accepts your teammates' cyanide pills too.
Class Crate - Infiltrator
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Sneak about. 1x tranquilizer pistol
1x tranq pistol ammo pouch with 5x tranq pistol darts
1x cloaking device that be activated only 5 times.
1x emag
1x night vision goggles
You get to sneak behind enemy lines, sometimes while invisible, and break into places you shouldn't be with an emag. If you want to subvert the AI or snatch the nuke disk or other useful items, this is the loadout for you. For weapons, you get a tranquilizer pistol that fires sodium thiopental, a virtually-guaranteed knockout for anyone unfortunate enough to spot you. Beware of all the things that can disrupt your cloak.
Class Crate - Firebrand
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Set people on fire. 1x flamethrower with napalm
3x fuel tanks with napalm
1x incendiary grenade pouch with 6x incendiary grenades
1x fire axe
1x fireproof specialist operative firesuit in lieu of the usual combat dress
Be an angry firefighter, complete with fireproof suit. For fighting with fire, you get incendiary grenades for great balls of fire and a flamethrower with napalm, which makes 3-tile columns instead of puny 1-tile streams for more precise fire-setting. For more physical approaches, you have a fire axe that, if you click on it in-hand to wield it with both hands, does a respectable 30 damage and can break down doors with around 10 hits. Be mindful of other teammates, lest you commit friendly fire. Literally.
Class Crate - Combat Engineer
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A turret for automated threat neutral­ization. 1x battle wrench that does more damage than a regular wrench
1x high-capacity weldingtool with 100 units of welding fuel inside
1x NAS-T deployer
1x paper-"Nuclear Agent Sentry Turret Manual"
1x SPES-12
1x shotgun ammo pouch with 5x buckshot boxes. 1x specialist welding helmet (protects eyes during welding, acts as mesons goggles)
1x utility belt with:
Makin' bacon! The turret shoots in a 30 degree arc, filling the nearest target within 7 tiles that isn't wearing an agent ID (i.e. hopefully the crew and not you or your teammates) with many weak bullets until they're in critical condition (<0% health). It never runs out of bullets. It's also immune to tasers, but is otherwise vulnerable to explosions and gunfire, so you need to occasionally shoot at people who try to destroy it and fix any damage by clicking on it with a lit welder.

In addition to the turret, you get a shotgun for finishing off people downed by your turret and a special "battle wrench" that does more damage than usual. You also get a full set of tools and a special "specialist welding helmet" that protects your eyes when welding and has built-in mesons goggles.

To build your sentry, either throw it (you can only do this twice) or click on the deployer in-hand to set it down, use the welder on it to secure it, and then use a screwdriver on it to turn it on. You know it's working if the light glows green.

To change the direction the turret's facing, click on it with a wrench and click on any tile in the direction of interest.

To move it to a different place entirely, click on it with a screwdriver to turn it off, then a welder to unsecure it, and finally a wrench to disassemble it.

Class Crate - Marksman
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Pop some heads from a safe distance. 1x S90A1 Marksman's Rifle
1x sniper ammo pouch with 5x spare 7.62 NATO mags
1x smoke grenade pouch with 6x smoke grenades
1x advanced optical thermal scanner
Snipe people coming into the bomb site and lockdown hallways with a powerful rifle that slows you down when held, but stuns and two shots people into crit. The bullets can pass through up to two solid objects, such as walls and windows; quite deadly considering the thermal scanner lets you see people through walls. Screen yourself or teammates with smoke grenades, so they can't see what nasty surprises are in store for them when they pass the cloud. Scope in by holding SHIFT (WASD mode)/SPACE (/tg/ layout) and, whilst still holding that key, use WASD/Arrow keys to look around. Remember you will stand still when zooming.

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