A hyper-advanced computer core that houses a superhumanlike artificial intelligence. In its isolated state the core is dormant. Installed in a proper support structure, however, it can become a mind of frightening power.
A tiny ultra-tech warhead usually used by spacecraft or glitterworld war machines. Powered by a grain of antimatter, it creates a huge explosion and starts fires around the target. Can be fired from mortars or installed as a trap. Explodes when damaged.
An elephant's tusk. Very durable and valuable. Deadly but somewhat unwieldy as a weapon.
Advanced medical supplies from a high-tech glitterworld.
A one-use super-dose of mechanites tuned to heal health conditions. The mechanites will target and heal the single worst health condition affecting someone at any given time. Works even on health conditions that would otherwise be incurable. The mechanites can even transmute themselves into organic matter, forming new limbs or organs as needed.
A one-use super-dose of mechanites tuned to train a specific skill. The dose is administered through the orbit of the eye. Once released into the brain, the mechanites quickly improve the subject's skills in a specific area, transmuting themselves into neural tissue as needed.
This device is used by a colonist to raise one particular skill by giving 50000 base experience. This is multiplied by the colonist's passion bonus, giving 33%/100%/150% XP. The skill it will upgrade is listed as a prefix, e.g. Melee Neurotrainer. It will have no effect on a colonist that is incapable of that skill. A skill upgraded above level 10 is still subject to decay. Neurotrainers aren't installed via operations like bionics are. To use the device, select a colonist, right-click the neurotrainer, then click 'Use neurotrainer'. It is consumed upon use. The daily max learning and "too smart" traits do not affect experience gain and the neutrotrainer will not count against daily XP gain.
A one-use super-dose of mechanites tuned to resurrect the dead. Administered to a corpse soon after death, mechanites repair broken-down tissues and kickstart the body back to life. They are not always successful - sometimes, the resurrected will come back with brain damage, blindness, or progressive psychosis. Outcomes are better when the mechanites are administered sooner.
A small AI core housing a low-grade subpersona specialized in teaching technology. When used, the AI will teach you one technology you don't know, instantly and for free. Can only be used once.
"A thrumbo's horn. It's razor sharp, very hard, and priceless in most markets. This is a true trophy."