Cloaking Screen (D20 Modern Equipment)
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 Cloaking Screen
The cloaking screen is a light-refraction technology that allows a mecha to become nearly-invisible. The control device must be physically touching an item, such as a mecha, in order to successfully cloak it. Any items inside the cloaked device, such as a mecha pilot, are effectively cloaked as well. In most standard issue Mechas, the device is dual-removable so the pilot can go on reconnaissance, cloaking both himself and the parked mecha.
The screen does not dampen noise, and any device leaving the outer-shell of a cloaked object - such as a bullet or beam, loses all cloaking. The Game Master sets a DC against being spotted that they may feel is appropriate, but some common effects on that DC can be seen in the below table.
|Event||Effect on DC|
|Entering or Exiting Water||-5|
|Firing a Weapon||-10|
| Continuous Fire or
Firing without Moving
|Removes any DC|