The minor item section of the Itemdex is for those items that do need too much info about them. This dex section is all about the small guys and is a great place to find the value and inventory space taken up by items.
A beta version of the smart rabbit, this ground-based drone does not look very realistic, nor does it have much memory capacity for recording. It can only store 20 minutes of 128 kbps audio or 5 minutes of 360p video, which is recorded over on its constant recording loop if not intercepted. This model is more common than the smart rabbit since its schematics were leaked by hackers and made open-source. However, it isn't commonly produced due to its uselessness. A common bug with the software is that some malfunctioning and aging units will say nothing but the word "skin" repeatedly.
It's a soft cloth tail stitched on the gnosis. Colours, length and shape vary, but they're always soft to the touch. Strangely, there's no stuffing inside, or anything to support it moving around. How gnosis use their tail to hold books and items is a mystery.
A more advanced calculator, appropriate for more technical math problems, as well as plotting functions
A rifle sized cannon designed to shoot a grappling hook. By default it utilizes a classic four-pronged grapnel with 60 feet of cable, but it's designed to utilize multiple grapple types, such as a magnetic grapple, or the quirky "smart" grapple, and has an expandable cable drum.
A cupcake given to someone anonmously. It's decorated with a small heart, and tastes like someone put too much sugar in it. It's attached with a poem that the sender presumably wrote. Whoever received this probably feels a little shocked and felt a little better.
An curved sword of "exotic" make and design, favored by "enthusiasts" of a certain sort. Probably not a cheap piece of shit.
A painting done by some artist. Seems like it's not very valuable but someone might want it on their wall.
A drone controlled remotely via a module attached to a richife's core implant, bishop-class models specialize in being a capable model for any situation, or, in other words, doesn’t specialize at all. Thus, they are usually a baseline model, a jack-of-all trades, but a master-of-none. Like most other remote servants, these models are usually easy to break, most of the durability going towards the core. Repairs are easier though, only needing two units of scrap metal, two units of wiring, and a connection to the core for repair assistance.
A drone controlled remotely via a module attached to a richife's core implant, knight-class models specialize in mobility, which, by this point has become mostly flying, a feature not risked by most other classes of drone. Not surprising, as in trade flight, they are lighter, and can not reinforced, or loaded down by much. Like most other remote servants, these models are usually easy to break, most of the durability going towards the core. Repairs are easier though, only needing two units of scrap metal, three units of wiring, a unit of plastic, and a connection to the core for repair assistance.
A drone controlled remotely via a module attached to a richife's core implant, rook-class models specialize in durability, withstanding attacks that would take down most other classes of drone. Heaver armor means less mobility, as parts are geared towards heavy lifting, and away from quick moving. Unlike other remote servants, these models have more vulnerable cores, which could easily get destroyed with the chassis. Repairs are also costly, needing five units of scrap metal, two units of wiring, and a connection to the core for repair assistance.
A laser pistol designed by the apidee for the apidee. It's cute and silly design makes people mistake it for a toy, but don't be mistaken, its more dangerous than it looks.
A large and weighty mechanized sledgehammer that makes a sizable explosion upon impact. Use at your own peril.
A painting done by a fairly well known artist. It'll fetch a fair price at most shops, and even more to art enthusiasts.
A well-known shame of minor celebrity Xerxes, poppet romantic extraordinaire, these discs contain the full season three of the X-class romantic comedy "Left in Stitches". This season revolved around Xerxes finding the most notorious X-class members across the stars, and his many failed attempts at charming them. What makes the discs special are the inclusion of several episodes that were canned due to Xerxes usual death being unusually grotesque and/or exceedingly humiliating. Although these episodes were cut from the disks public release, several "director's cut" editions were mislabeled and accidentally sold as the regular edition, leaking the existence of these episodes to the public.
A white unicorn mask. The horn spirals into utter darkness. The eyes of the mask are not pitch black but displays a symbol upon it. Wearing it seems to give the user a charisma boost with those of low status but seems to annoy higher class folk. In tough times it can be flipped upside down and used as a cereal bowl.
One of a Kind
A green whale puppet with holes in the front and back, to control the tail and the mouth, respectively. It's missing an eye, the tag's been cut off, and it appears to have been sewn together repeatedly. Can easily be used for deceptive purposes, donning a nasally voice to create a fake new crew member.