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Corpse Gear

Corpse Carapace (LE)This item could only be purchased for a limited amount of time from the Credit Shop.
Corpse Carapace
400 Durability
50% Damage Absorption
50 Strength Required
Repair by Engineer Level 45+

Available colors: Default
Credit Price: The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members.1,200 (1,000)c
Scrap Value: $40,250 ($ 80,500)
Enhance Price: $52,000
A strange, powerful suit of armour. Crafted from the bones and flesh of the infected themselves, this armour is the protective complement to the various Corpse Weapons. Those who own this armour have claimed to feel a strange, animal-like ferocity when fighting the undead-- almost as if they were zombies themselves. Whether it is the influence of the undead's fury and hatred towards the living, or simply the feeling of sheer power experienced by donning this highly durable armour, no one can say for certain. One thing is for sure, though-- even the undead exhibit an instant of hesitation when confronted with an attacking survivor wearing this unnerving shell of bones.

This armour could only be bought from the Credit Shop for 1,200 credits (1,000 for Gold Members). It was on sale from October 15th, 2011 until November 10th, 2011.

Tier 1 LE 120 Set

Scavenger Mesh (LE)This item could only be purchased for a limited amount of time from the Credit Shop.
Scavenger Mesh
210 Durability
65% Damage Absorption
Repair by Engineer Level 75+
Light Armor: +5% Speed

Available colors: All
Credit Price: The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members.2,000 (1,500)c
Scrap Value: $128,250 ($ 256,500)
Enhance Price: $67,000
Engineers have designed this armor to meet the needs of looters and scavengers while out finding supplies in the city. Made from heavy, dense fabric and Kevlar bands instead of steel and metal components, it allows for free, unimpeded body movement--ideal for rummaging through wreckage and debris for anything useful, and for making quick escapes should any infected draw near. Being a relatively new armor among survivors, it is an uncommon sight among those who rarely stick around the outposts in the first place.

This armour could only be bought from the Credit Shop for 2,000 credits (1,500 for Gold Members). It was on sale from November 16th, 2013 until December 10th, 2013.
Steelcase Reactive (LE)This item could only be purchased for a limited amount of time from the Credit Shop.
Steelcase Reactive
340 Durability
85% Damage Absorption
100 Strength Required
Repair by Engineer Level 75+

Available colors: All
Credit Price: The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members.2,500 (2,000)c
Scrap Value: $128,250 ($ 256,500)
Enhance Price: $91,000
Outpost engineers have created a new prototype armor that put most Reactive series armors to shame. The Steelcase Reactive was designed for one purpose in mind; To take one hell of a beating, and that’s what it can do. Using similar metals used for the creation of various powerful guns such as the Hammerhead 47, the Streetdog 99, and the XLGunner-8, the armor is rated to be able to withstand fire from a GAU-19, and similar guns of its type for almost a few minutes, and most common infected could hardly put a dent in it. No two Steelcases are alike, as their design, which some survivors dubbed as “walking tin cans” could not be easily replicated. Despite this, however, they all are just as effective. Due to time constraints to develop even more efficient, less ugly looking suits of armor, the Steelcase was only produced in limited quantities.

This armour could only be bought from the Credit Shop for 2,500 credits (2,000 for Gold Members). It was on sale from June 14th, 2014 until July 10th, 2014.

Tier 2 LE 120 Set

Hazard Mesh (LE)This item could only be purchased for a limited amount of time from the Credit Shop.
Hazard Mesh
350 Durability
80% Damage Absorption
Repair by Engineer Level 75+
Light Armor: +5% Speed

Available colors: All
Credit Price: The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members.2,500 (2,100)c
Scrap Value: $128,250 ($256,500)
Enhance Price: $77,000
The Hazard Mesh is a rubberized, steel plated suit used predominantly for the protection of Secronom scientists studying the effects of the N4 Virus. Speculation has it that each suit was equipped with a Narthecium to safely inject and withdraw fluids without compromising the wearer's safety. Recently, these meshes have been seen appearing among survivors who have discovered them in Secronom areas, though it is unclear how many of these functioning meshes are left in circulation.

This armour could only be bought from the Credit Shop for 2,500 credits (2,100 for Gold Members). It was on sale from April 16th, 2015 until May 10th, 2015.
Scarab Reactive (LE)This item could only be purchased for a limited amount of time from the Credit Shop.
Scarab Reactive
500 Durability
90% Damage Absorption
100 Strength Required
Repair by Engineer Level 75+

Available colors: All
Credit Price: The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members.3,000 (2,500)c
Scrap Value: $128,250 ($ 256,500)
Enhance Price: $101,000
The Scarab Reactives existence was completely unknown until recently when a looting party raided a secret United States military installation miles outside of Fairview, that was rumored to have ties to Secronom. Inside, the looting party found many weapons, supplies, and more. However, when the lowest level of the facility was breached into, a large manufacturing plant was discovered. What the party had found, shocked them in awe. The party found experimental, military prototype armor, supposedly classified as the “9X Power Armor” based on eyewitness accounts, was quickly nicknamed the “Scarab Reactive.” However, unlike a Reactive series armor, the Scarab seems to uses body heat as an energy source, and is outfitted with various lights that can be turned on to illuminate the user’s surroundings.

This armour could only be bought from the Credit Shop for 3,000 credits (2,500 for Gold Members). It was on sale from June 15th, 2015 until July 10th, 2015.
Hazard Reactive (LE)This item could only be purchased for a limited amount of time from the Credit Shop.
Hazard Reactive
620 Durability
90% Damage Absorption
100 Strength Required
Repair by Engineer Level 75+

Available colors: All
Credit Price: The amount of credits required to purchase the item in the Credit Shop, if available. The value in brackets, if added, is the discounted price for Gold Members.2,500 (2,250)c
Scrap Value: $128,250 (MC $256,500)
Enhance Price: $77,000
A companion to the Hazard Mesh, this reactive armor is said to have been issued to Secronom's security detail in the early days of the outbreak. Thanks to recent discoveries of a warehouse deep in the South Eastern region, a small batch of these armors were recovered and are now available to anyone who would be willing to pay for it. Peculiarly, the suit is designed to function in arctic conditions with its internal temperature regulatory system, making it a particularly comfortable wear in the winter days of Fairview.

This armour could only be bought from the Credit Shop for 2,500 credits (2,250 for Gold Members). It was on sale from December 18th, 2020 until January 3rd, 2021.
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