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The SSP-100M (SSP-10) is an armour featured in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Lost Alpha.


Prototype of the SSP-100M protective suit. There's data that it was in the Zone before the Second Explosion though, because there are many artifacts integrated. For example, the outer layer of the suit is covered in Pellicles.
- Inventory description

OverviewEdit

  • Armour with excellent protection against anomalies.
  • Introduced from v1.4000+.
  • In v1.4005 renamed to SSP-10 for no good reason.
  • Though not technically a unique item it cannot be purchased from any trader and there are only two specimen to be found in the wild.

AcquisitionEdit

Acquisition of the second suit (v1.4002)Edit

  • In v1.4002 the second suit is located under a desk in the bloodsucker nest next to the Brain vat.
  • It is the same location where the objective of Retrieve the lost rifle is found.

Acquisition of the second suit (v1.4005)Edit

  • In v1.4005 the second suit is located in the bunker next to the Brain vat, behind a locked door.
  • There are three ways to obtain the second suit in v1.4005 (much deserved hattips to : Ferppo, STALKING NOT ALLOWED and Byte Me):
Get the key from Nimble.
Find a Gauss Rifle and use it to open the door.
  • These tend to be in short supply, but an early tortuous route through the game working for Alex and Milo could arm the player with one; or the coordinates of Anomalous materials (Forgotten) might become available in the process (possible, but unlikely)
Jump the gantry.
  • Wear the first SSP-100M and climb to the top of the gantry, then jump onto the control room roof and climb through the window.
  • Pick up the loot and jump back out of the window.
  • This is much easier and quicker than the first exploit, but the player should provide for impact and bleed control when making such intentional drops
  • Obviously the 'door' remains locked until the player returns with the key (if ever)

UpgradesEdit

Lost AlphaEdit

  • Not available in Lost Alpha.

Developer's CutEdit

NotesEdit

  • Starts with enhanced run and sprint capabilities, an enhanced carry capacity of +20 resp. +11 kg (which may be further enhanced) and state of the art Night vision.

TriviaEdit

  • In the game files the SSP-100M is defined as a descendant of the SSP-99M suit.
  • The item seems to be the personal pet passion of one the developers, as it is implemented in a rather non-standard way and is being fiddled with in every version.

GalleryEdit