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Badass Futuristic Assassin Armor

The latest episode of The Book of Boba Fett on Disney+ may have revealed the galaxy's most badass gunslinger, and they come with a lot of swagger. WARNING: The following contains spoilers for "Chapter 6: From the Desert Comes a Stranger," Episode 6 of Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett, which is now available on Disney+.

Clarke's standard-issue Resource Integration Gear (RIG) was created to provide engineers with added protection and strength. Although it was not intended for combat, the RIG's spine-mounted, color-coded health indicator, wrist-mounted holographic projectors, and ability to be worn in hard vacuum make it ideal for a video game action hero. There have been numerous RIGs introduced, but gamers never forget their first.

He could hear a muffled sobbing sound coming from the room as he got closer. He didn't ask or knock, but rather opened the door and walked in. "Ah!" When he walked into the room, Aria jumped back in surprise. She wouldn't have been jolted like this if Michael wasn't wearing his Lucifer suit of armor with a mask, but his black mask and tall bulky figure freaked her out.

The level 4, 10, 14, 16, and 18 armor sets are simply metal suits that appear to be worn by an untrained conscript rather than a badass sniper/assassin.

Surprisingly, the only gear that actually looks badass and makes you look like a true rogue is the undead starting gear. From there, it's all downhill.

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