- 1 Voidsuits
- 2 Alternate Suits
- 3 Other
Space suits are split into two categories: Voidsuits and the more advanced Hardsuits. Voidsuits can protect you from a lack of pressure, temperature extremes (all suits protect up to 5000 Kelvin), radiation, and perhaps a few other dangers depending on the suit. Not wearing one of these out in space will almost definitely lead to your demise. There are several models designed for different departments, usually showing off the department colors if it isn't obvious. The Guide to EVA may be a good page to visit.
Most voidsuits have taur variants, which will only fit crew with a taur lower body. Note that refitting a taur-specific voidsuit will probably break it entirely.
Below are voidsuits that can be found at the start of each shift, as well as some additional basic info about each of them.
Perhaps the most basic of all of the suits about to be mentioned here, this suit offers all you need to go out into space. Nothing more, nothing less. Actually this isn't even a voidsuit, I lied. Found in EVA and Expedition Prep.
Probably the most iconic suit, this engineering voidsuit has decent radiation protection, though not complete immunity. Found in Engineering EVA. Used by engineers.
A suit similar to the engineering hardsuit, but it can withstand an incredible 30000 Kelvin atmosphere, provided the user isn't on fire. Found in EVA, Engineering EVA, and Atmospherics. Used by atmos techs.
A hardy suit for hardy labor, providing protection against melee and explosions. Found in Mining. Used by miners.
A white and blue suit for when medical inevitably gets breached by debris or something, nothing really notable about it. Found in EVA. Used by medbay staff.
A bright red suit that pretty much screams "hey I'm security," provides good melee and explosive protection. Found in EVA. Used by officers.
These voidsuits aren't normally found on station, and are acquired through cargo. These suits aren't necessarily better but rather flip some stats around, making them situational.
A much bulkier engineering voidsuit, mostly used if you plan on deflecting meteors with your fists. Also immune to radiation. Used by engineers.
A heavier variant of the regular atmospherics voidsuit, mostly used if you want to dive head first into a phoron fire. Used by atmos techs.
A bright orange and yellow suit, basically a bulky space-proof hazard vest. Used by engineers.
A bulky yellow modification of the engineering voidsuit with a simple black finish to it, grants immunity to radiation. Used by engineers.
A heavily plated voidsuit with a neat mohawk that apparently trades radiation resistance for bullet defense. Used by miners.
A booger green and white voidsuit that's about the same as the other medical voidsuits, just with more radiation and melee protection at the cost of explosive resistance. Used by virologists.
A streamlined, lightweight voidsuit that trades protection for seamless movement. Used by EMTs.
A sleek suit with a bit of a goofy helmet, but it provides very good melee resistance. Used by officers.
A black and intimidating voidsuit used in containing large crowds of filthy rubberneckers. Used by officers.
Out of reach of cargo and otherwise hard to obtain suits may actually end up on the VORE.
A clunky red suit that's about the same as the first entry but with the same temperature resistances as the other voidsuits.
This odd suit is encrusted with jewels and gems, almost like it belongs to a wizard of some sort. Found in the Vault.
A blood red voidsuit with freakish green lighting, fit for combat scenarios
like raiding a station full of hungry and diverse crew, for instance!