Eron has one of the GB7s already, and Snowfall wants one, too. I say we dump all but a total of four of the GB suits (two kept as spares in case we run into some serious damage), and hire a good mechanic to ride with us in our Badger to keep the suits running smooth.The two Ulti-Max Armor will get you 20 million each.
The six Glitter Boy 7's will get you 25 million each.
The four Hunter Mobile Gun mecha will bring you 25 million each.
The two Super Hunters will bring in 30 million each.
Sherwood Psychie Silanon I find this idea both fascinating and potentially game-changing.The gemstones have their values already; you can get face value for your gems. For the wheeled vehicles, you can add another million credits for them.
And just to let you know, the prices that Moloch is quoting for the mecha and powered armor is under the book list price of each; he's giving you a good deal, but not the full market price.
With this much money, you can pretty much afford to get whatever you want in the way of stuff to add to your collection of goodies. Think of something you may want, be it from one of the books out there or even from other systems like DnD or Exalted for magic stuff, or from more sci-fi style games like Shadowrun or Cyberpunk, and I can work out a Palladium game version for you.
That depends. If the CS can detect magical creatures with Psi-Hounds and Psi-Stalkers, then Snowfall might not be able to hide from them with the same confidence as he does from most other creatures. That Cloak of Shadow Walking, if all three of our Characters had them, would with practice, allow us to move the same manner as a unit. And if that kind of magic is perhaps hard to detect in the Exalted game, who is to say that the CS's Psi-Division would be able to detect them at all?Snowfall might not need something like that, since he can already turn into magical mist, but I might like that. Use it to help us sneak into the Lone Star Complex and find this Omega Project that they are working on.