- A character's carrying capacity depends directly on the character's Strength score, as shown on Table: Carrying Capacity.
Bigger And Smaller Creatures
- The figures on Table: Carrying Capacity are for Medium-size bipedal creatures.
Lifting And Dragging
- A character can lift up to his or her maximum load over his or her head.
Table: Carrying Capacity
- For Strength scores not listed, find the Strength score between 20 and...
Concealed Weapons And Objects
- It's assumed that, when attempting to conceal a weap-on or other object, a character is wearing appropriate clothing.
Size And Concealment
- The object's size affects the check result, as shown on Table: Concealing Weapons and Objects.
Sleight Of Hand Checks
- To conceal a weapon or other object, make a Sleight of Hand check.
Spotting Concealable Armor
- Concealable armor can be worn under clothing if the wearer wants it to go unnoticed.
Spotting Concealed Objects
- Noticing a concealed weapon or other object requires a Spot check.
Table: Concealing Weapons And Objects
Living In Luxury
- The purchase DCs given are for average-quality items.
- Weapons, armor, and some other types of equipment can be constructed as mastercraft objects.
- To account for the mundane and innocuous objects that most people have...
- When a hero working for Department-7 needs more equipment than he or she has on hand, the hero may try to requisition it.
Table: Requisition Modifiers
- Some objects require licenses to own or operate, or are restricted in use to qualifying organizations or individuals.
Purchasing A License
- To purchase a license or pay necessary fees, make a Wealth check against the purchase DC given in Table: Restricted Objects.
Table: Restricted Objects
The Black Market
- Sometimes a character wants to obtain an object without going through the hassle of getting a license first.
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