Omni-tool

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An '''omni-tool''' is a multi-purpose device widely used in ''[[Mass Effect]]''.
 
An '''omni-tool''' is a multi-purpose device widely used in ''[[Mass Effect]]''.
  
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==Standard Features==
 
An omni-tool is a miniaturized computer, scanner, communicator, and fabrication device. The device itself is implanted in the user's forearm. The user activates the tool and issues simple commands via neural signals;  a [[hologram|holographic]] interface allows the user to enter complex commands. The miniature fabricator can produce an assortment of tools on demand, such as welding torches, viewscreens, or flashlights; and it can also be used produce parts from available materials to repair or modify other equipment in the field.
 
An omni-tool is a miniaturized computer, scanner, communicator, and fabrication device. The device itself is implanted in the user's forearm. The user activates the tool and issues simple commands via neural signals;  a [[hologram|holographic]] interface allows the user to enter complex commands. The miniature fabricator can produce an assortment of tools on demand, such as welding torches, viewscreens, or flashlights; and it can also be used produce parts from available materials to repair or modify other equipment in the field.
  
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==Combat Features==
 
Militarized omni-tools can have an assortment of advanced combat functions, such as the following:
 
Militarized omni-tools can have an assortment of advanced combat functions, such as the following:
 
* Rapidly manufacture small drones that can assist the user in combat
 
* Rapidly manufacture small drones that can assist the user in combat

Revision as of 05:52, 16 February 2013

An omni-tool is a multi-purpose device widely used in Mass Effect.

Standard Features

An omni-tool is a miniaturized computer, scanner, communicator, and fabrication device. The device itself is implanted in the user's forearm. The user activates the tool and issues simple commands via neural signals; a holographic interface allows the user to enter complex commands. The miniature fabricator can produce an assortment of tools on demand, such as welding torches, viewscreens, or flashlights; and it can also be used produce parts from available materials to repair or modify other equipment in the field.

Combat Features

Militarized omni-tools can have an assortment of advanced combat functions, such as the following:

  • Rapidly manufacture small drones that can assist the user in combat
  • Produce and launch guided missiles with incendiary or cryogenic payloads
  • Generate directed electromagnetic pulses
  • Produce blades or other instruments for use in close combat
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