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The chance of addiction per dose of a [[Drugs|drug]].  +
Advanced computing and energy-directing machinery, miniaturized and hardened for the most demanding applications.  +
The nose is shaped to the user's desired form, matching prevalent beauty standards and enhancing physical impressions.  +
A sophisticated package of hormonal and mechanite influences shapes the muscles and fat on the body, adding non-functional aesthetic tissue where needed to achieve a desired appearance. The implant can be configured to form various body shapes according to the user's taste - or that of their partner.  +
An enormous purple mushroom. Its size and glowing protrusions make this fungus beautiful to look at. It dies when exposed to light.  +
A large-leafed desert plant with edible flowers and stalks.  +
Raw agave fruit.  +
A small mechanoid designed to sow and harvest crops. While it is better suited to labor than combat, it can fight with built-in cutting blades if necessary.  +
How long it takes to shoot after choosing a target.  +
A simple head-mounted comms computer that slightly enhances a mechanitor's control bandwidth. This allows them to control more mechs.  +
A tropical plant. Its extremely broad leaves are a commonly-recognized signifier of tropical forests.  +
A medium-sized ungulate closely related to the llama, the alpaca is usually raised for its remarkably soft and insulating wool. Alpacas have also been used as pack animals since they hauled cargo on the rugged mountain trails of ancient South America.  +
The remarkably soft wool of an alpaca. It is warm, protects well from heat, and fetches a high price.  +
A large beaver-like creature genetically engineered to harvest wood with machine-like efficiency. In the absence of specialized feed, these animals will enter a manic state that compels them to eat trees whole, and are likely to attack if disturbed.  +
A soft, rare fruit. Ambrosia tastes wonderful and produces a subtle mood-increasing chemical high. However, if eaten too often, it can generate a mild addiction.  +
A rare wild bush which yields the ambrosia fruit. Ambrosia fruit is delicious and produces a drug-like mood boost. Ambrosia cannot be farmed, which makes wild ambrosia groves very valuable.<br/>Its rarity, beauty, and desirability are why ambrosia was named after the food of the ancient Greek gods.  +
An ancient ATM. Smashed and rusted, it is completely useless now. How it got here is hard to say.  +
An ancient air conditioning machine. Its internals were smashed long ago and what wasn't looted has rusted away in the time since.  +
An ancient, broken barrel that looks like it once contained waste of some sort. The only thing it contains now is a smear of dried sludge.  +
An old, rotted mattress on a rusty frame. Though uncomfortable, it can still be used, but it's too dilapidated to restore.  +