Sweet? Find this helmet in Cascadia in Rizzo’s lab. Doesn’t provide the best protection but does give you -10% off the cost of bribes.
It only provides moderate protection, but it’s lightweight and looks great in a steampunk sort of way. Also gives you +25% damage to creatures.
Possibly the most iconic helmet in the game, it does nothing for you accept add a bonus to your temperament. It can be found in a locked room behind the Spacer’s Choice shop on the Groundbreaker.
You can get this helmet after completing the BOLT-52 quest for Sanjar in Roseway. It provides a decent amount of protection and also gives you -10% to ranged weapon spread.
As you can imagine, this doesn’t offer up much protection, but you will get a sneak attack bonus when wearing it. Find it on the body of a dead Sublight member in the Abandoned Relay Station on Monarch.
Yeah, it looks tacky and like you’ll be chasing aligators and kangaroos around Australia. On the bright side, it gives you a +1 bonus to your perception. Earn it by completing the quest “All Halcyon in a Day.”
These Level 1 goggles don’t do much, but they sure look cool. They’re “great for protecting your eyes” and give you +15% to engineering but -1 to perception since you can’t see all that well.
This heavy armor packs some serious defense and provides +10% to N-ray damage. The offsetting cost is -5% on plasma damage.
Worn to protect the skulls Iconoclast members, this helmet gives +5% to your melee damage. It can be obtained after completing the quest “The Commuter” on Monarch.
Another headpiece that doesn’t provide much defense, but it does offer a +30% duration to the bleed effect. You can find it in a locked room in the back of the HRS-1084 satellite.
Great to use if you don’t prioritize dialog skills since it gives you +5 to leadership skills and +7 to persuade. It can be found on top of a skeleton in the back of the old OSI building near the south ruins of Stellar Bay on Monarch.
There’s nothing too special about this helmet, but it does look cool. You can find it in a bin South of Terra One Publications on Monarch in an area called Marauder River Camp.
A set of heavy body armor that adds +5 to your ranged weapons skills. Not the most stylish, but it gets the job done.
This heavy armor boasts a lot of buffs that increase your carry weight, melee weapon skills, and defense. You can find this set of armor in a container in the sealed relay station on Monarch during the mission “Sucker Bait.”
This stylish outfit doesn’t do much for you in the way of protection and defense, but it does add +10 to your lockpicking skill. Plus you’ll just look cool wearing it.
Despite its name, it doesn’t offer much protection from Raptidons in particular, but it does add +5 to dialog skills. It is found on a table on the first floor of the Roseway Luxury Apartments.
Unlike this set’s helmet, the armor is actually fairly useful with +5 added to your tech skills. It can also be found at the Marauder River Camp South of Terra One Publications on Monarch.
After obtaining Reed’s blood spattered hat, you can use it to look stylish and gain +7 to your Dialog skills. You’ll find it in the Captain’s Quarters of the Unreliable after killing Reed in Edgewater.
Once you obtain 100% approval with the Board and complete a quest called Foundation, you’ll be able to get this heavy helmet from Percival.
Much like the matching helmet, you need obtain 100% approval with the Board and complete a quest called Foundation. Then, you’ll be able to get this heavy armor from Percival.
This fashionable outfit is surprisingly defensive and durable for light armor. It also adds +10 to your dialog skills. You’ll get it by completing the quest Makes Space Suits, Won’t Travel.