Proof of Acquisition:
April IOTM 2020
Smart Holographic Glasses - Model 4 are special glasses, powered by a complex computer made of magical lacrimas. They need to work with the Ilac, available in the Neutral Zone, to unlock its full potential. This nifty device can be used to call the contacts from your Ilac, it has a built-in microphone and earphone. It can also take pictures and film what you are looking at through powerful cameras in the frame of the glasses. The most amazing feature of this device must be its holographic projection on the glasses themselves, which can play back videos or enable you to look at pictures with ease. It can also be used to highlight objects or even people. This makes it easier to find your keys or it can aid in combat by using the markers.
Description: The built-in computer has the capability to assess the strength and health of opponents, showing both as bars above their heads. This works on non-essential NPCs, and, with OOC permission, on Players, player-owned NPCs, or Event NPCs. If permission is denied it would show an error message.
Name: Advanced Targeting
Description: The SHG-IV can analyze opponents and find weak spots in their armor and defenses. The wearer can exploit this by hitting these spots to bring down the opponent quicker. This can only be used in PvP or against Players, player-owned NPCs, and Event NPCs when OOC permission has been given.
Proof of Acquisition:
April IOTM 2020
IIC stands for Infinite Improbability Chronometer. A guy was just handing these out at a sci-fi convention in Magnolia Town, claiming each one would "get anyone who wound it into their own space station somewhere out in the universe". It was a very specific way he always said it, and he had a reason. The person using an IIC never actually physically moves. The universe around them does, and the person simultaneously exists in every location in every dimension of the universe for just a moment before they suddenly only exist in one place again: the space station. Other than that, the man couldn't- or wouldn't- explain why several IICs existed, why the space stations were just empty and floating around, or why he didn't have the actual coordinates to any of them, or anything even near them. Each IIC he handed out looked identical, but they always led to their individual designated stations. There was no more information than that. Eerie, right? Still, what harm can there be in investigating? Maybe the mystery as to why they were abandoned can be solved ... for better or for worse. Might at least be a nice place to hide yourself or your stuff ...
Name: So Long!
Description: By winding the watch exactly forty-two times, the user and anything they touch will be zapped out of Earthland and immediately into their own personal space station. Asking the watch "What's the ultimate question?" will send the user back to the exact spot they warped from. Whether any time passes on Earthland while they are gone depends on if the user lets the watch tick on while on the station or not. Also, when they first arrive either in the space station or back in Earthland, the user could experience some infinitely improbable side effects which might either temporarily change the environment around them or their own physical selves. There's also a surprisingly high improbable probability of a giant whale keeping you company for at least thirty seconds. He can talk, but he's quite baffled by his sudden pop into existence, doesn't know he's a whale, and is gone before he can get used to it all. The user must have OOC permission to use this ability on a player character, a player-owned NPC or an Event NPC.