- Tool Apparatuses
- Tool Kits
- Amaze The Native Kit
- Carpentry Tool Set
- Construction Tool Set
- Desert Survival Kit
- Disguise Kit
- Electrical Tool Kit
- Electronics Tool Kit
- Firearm Cleaning Kit
- Gunsmithing Tool Kit
- Hostile Environment Survival Kit
- Lockpick Set
- Mechanical Tool Set
- Medical Kit
- Metalworking Tool Set
- Mountaineer's Kit
- Personal Reentry Kit
- Security Tool Kit
- Survival Kit
- Vehicle Repair Kit
It contains the tools to change personal appearance on a temporary basis. Disguise kits of various complexity are often used by entertainers, whether to mimic a particular individual, or to convey expressions better to a large and sometimes distant audience. It can also be used to make a known person from being recognized, or make the person appear to be someone known to the observer. A basic disguise will fool only the most cursory of inspections, but may be sufficient for dramatic purposes or in conditions of poor visibility.
Typical Disguise Items
Large mirror, magnifying mirror, directable lightsources, assorted cosmetics, wigs of various styles and colors, false facial hair (beards, moustaches, sideburns, eyebrows, eyelashes), bald caps, latex face-sculpting materials (false ears, false noses), colored contact lenses, false teeth, false nails, small props (earrings, finger rings, sunglasses), padding, inflatable bodyparts (bellys, breasts, biceps), tweezers, brushes and pads for application, removal and cleaning products, fat suit, concealing garments.
The contents of any tool kit should be balanced against its TL. Lower technology kits might contain more primitive or simplistic tools, while more advanced kits might contain sophisticated items such as gravitic rebalancers. The exact contents will vary depending on the size and weight of the tool kit: small kits contain the bare minimum, or may contain ingenious "multi-tools" with a variety of attachments and adapters.
An early version of the Holomask.
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References & Contributors (Sources)
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- Marc Miller. Imperial Encyclopedia (Game Designers Workshop, 1987), 57.
- Mike Jackson. "Traveller's Hardware." Third Imperium 09 (1988): 4.
- Greg Porter. Central Supply Catalog (Imperium Games, 1996), 39.
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