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Multi-tool Catalogue - Experimental

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The subject of this article is from the Beyond update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 27 November, 2019.
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There are multiple game-release versions of the Multitool Catalogue - Experimental page.



Summary[edit | edit source]

This page is a list of various Experimental multi-tools discovered during the Beyond and Synthesis eras.

Experimental Multi-tools have a medium damage bonus, a high mining bonus, and a maxed-out (+100%) scanner bonus. They are a rare and expensive specialisation, but they can have up to 24 slots.

Class S[edit | edit source]

This is the best class of multi-tool (and most expensive). They typically have bonuses of 40% or above.

Synthesis[edit | edit source]

No results

Beyond[edit | edit source]

Galaxy Multitool Category Slots
Budullangr Sleep of Hadoimadi-XII Rifle 24
Euclid M-Field Engine 9/X57-B13 Rifle, Crystal 24
Euclid Trace of Itvaler-III Rifle, Crystal 24
Isdoraijung Kiss of Peace Pistol 10

Class A[edit | edit source]

Synthesis[edit | edit source]

Galaxy Multitool Category Slots
Euclid Stasis Analyser Mark II Pistol 9

Beyond[edit | edit source]

Galaxy Multitool Category Slots
Hilbert Dimension Aspect of Vaiutsia-V Pistol 10
Leckandmeram Improved Sivil Beam Pistol 10
Nasmilete The Hand of the Horizon Pistol 10

Class B[edit | edit source]

Synthesis[edit | edit source]

No results

Beyond[edit | edit source]

Galaxy Multitool Category Slots
Euclid The End of Solemnity 1/MK3 Scrimshaw 20
Isdoraijung M-Field Scoop Q-CR6 Rifle 20

Class C[edit | edit source]

Synthesis[edit | edit source]

Galaxy Multitool Category Slots
Torweierf Harbinger of Sight Scrimshaw 18

Beyond[edit | edit source]

No results

Specialisations[edit | edit source]

The four specialisations of multi-tool are:

Each specialisation can be subdivided into four classes, with S being the most powerful (and the most expensive), followed by A, B, and C.

(For a list of all multitool types, refer to the Multi-tool Catalogue)