I’ve been putting some work this past week into trying to figure out the Supportive Systems, and just what kinds of applications they might have.
Last time I had discussed two functions for this system: movement and enhancement. Given that I’ve granted the Transformative Subsystems two domains, one pertaining to matter and one pertaining to force, there’s really no reason I can’t do the same here. Here, movement is the primary function, with enhancement as the secondary.
As a side note for future development, I’m not quite sure how to distinguish a piece of biocrystal that performs the primary function from a piece of biocrystal that performs the secondary function.
This one hasn’t seen much development, in that I’ve developed it about as much as I’ve wanted. Again, it senses things, though, as much as the other subsystems I’m not sure how to distinguish between devices that sense heat or light or sound or other things. But that’s a problem for another day.
This system has had the most development. The primary function for this is color, while the secondary function is shape. Or something like that. This would be good for creating biocrystal leather, which could then be turned into clothing, perhaps armor. In conjunction with vestibulary biocrystal, you could possibly make camouflage outfits.
I haven’t really delved much into this yet. As I’d anticipated, this has been the hardest of the four to pin down. So I’ll have to get to this one as I go. Perhaps you, my readers, have some thoughts on this?
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