Bioweave Armor

Bioweave armor involves lacing the morph's skin with artificial spider silk biological fibers. It comes in two grades—Light and Heavy, described below. The protection provided by bioweave armor is cumulative with worn armor. [Low (Light), Moderate (Heavy)]1

Light bioweave armor provides an Armor rating of 2/3 without changing the appearance, texture, or sensitivity of the morph’s skin.

Heavy bioweave armor involves lacing the morph’s skin with a denser and thicker network of the same fibers. The morph’s skin becomes thicker and somewhat less flexible except at the joints. The morph’s skin also has an unusually smooth look, and a distinctively smooth and tough feeling texture. It provides an Armor rating of 3/4 without decreasing the morph’s mobility; however, the character’s sense of touch, however, is significantly reduced (–20 modifier) except on their hands, feet, and face.

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