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  20:15:33  14 January 2010
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Virid
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Location of a SEVA Suit?

This is my first time through the game, but I did read some general advice and I'd like to get the SEVA suit and have the Bandits upgrade it before I take them out. The problem I'm having is, I can't find a SEVA suit. I heard the trader at Duty has one, but I"ve been to him a few times and he doesn't have one in stock. Any suggestions?

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  20:32:39  14 January 2010
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I'm pretty sure Sakharov in Yantar sells them, but only after you've done his missions.
  20:39:34  14 January 2010
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Virid
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Awesome, thanks! Any other advice from people, or should I make my way to Yantar. I was thinking about going back through and collecting all the artifacts I missed so far--just found a map for that!

PS When does Sakharov give you those missions? I'm in Yantar now and don't know where he is.
  22:37:32  14 January 2010
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Location of a SEVA Suit?

You can get a SEVA Suit from the Duty Trader before Yantar.
I recommend getting a fully upgraded RP-74 before going to Yantar.
Killing the Bandits means they can't help you fight Monolith in Limansk.

TS
  00:26:46  15 January 2010
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Virid
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Location of a SEVA Suit?

You can get a SEVA Suit from the Duty Trader before Yantar.
I recommend getting a fully upgraded RP-74 before going to Yantar.
Killing the Bandits means they can't help you fight Monolith in Limansk.

TS
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But as I said in the original post, the Duty trader *doesn't* seem to have one in my game. I'm not sure why. Is there any other place to get one, besides from the Loners after killing the Bandits?
  00:34:49  15 January 2010
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Location of a SEVA Suit?

You can't upgrade the SEVA Suit to one of the 2nd Tier
and both of the 3rd Tier Upgrades without the Bandit Tech.
Might as well join the Loners and get an Exoskeleton. If the
Duty Trader doesn't offer one make a Manual Save and keep
reloading your Save until he does. This is after the flooding the
Underground I hope. If you are Modding I don't know the answer.

TS
  00:59:50  15 January 2010
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Virid
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The flodding of the underground? I don't think that's happened yet. Do I have to advance the main story further, maybe?
  01:38:11  15 January 2010
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The flodding of the underground? I don't think that's happened yet. Do I have to advance the main story further, maybe?
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I guess not. Where are you up to by the way? Its a pricey suit as well, so beware. Definitely go for all the artifacts first, sell the unneeded ones to Sakharov, and then you can buy yourself a nice suit.

As stated earlier, the following people sell them.

- Loner trader in the Cordon or Agroprom, but as you know, you must have conquered the Bandits first.

- Duty trader, after doing General Krylov's mission which involves flooding the Agroprom Underground.

- Tooth, the Bandit trader, sells one as well, but you may have to join the Bandits in order for them to do so.

No stash contains the suit, unlike in Shadow of Chernobyl. You'll have to buy it, or as you may know, join the Loners and eliminate all of the Bandits in return for a free SEVA suit.

The SEVA suit has poor durability but great anomaly and radiation protection. After extensive upgrading, it can have even better anomaly protection but with the same mediocre bullet/splinter protection and poor durability. You can upgrade its durability and bullet protection, but you'd end up keeping the stock anomaly protection if you plan on tier 3 upgrades. You can equip five artifact containers after upgrading, as well as the second generation night vision module.

You may want to invest in a "Bulat" Armored Suit instead, which offers much greater durability and bullet/splinter protection. Anomaly/radiation protection are good as well, but it is heavier and can only have two artifact containers (it comes with none I believe). Duty has their own version of the suit, which is very similar, but offers slightly better anomaly protection, and slightly less rupture protection. I'm not sure whether both suits are equipped with night vision or not, but I don't think you can get the second generation night vision module for the suits. Please correct me if I'm wrong. The Bulat suit can be purchased from Sakharov, the Duty trader, and the secret Duty trader in the Red Forest. As for Duty's edition, I think you have to join Duty so that you can buy it. You get it for free after eliminating Freedom.

The Exoskeleton is probably the most popular suit, since you can carry over 100 kg in weight when upgraded, it can regenerate your stamina, and regenerate your health. Its durability is unmatched, both night vision modules are available, its bullet protection is the best, anomaly/radiation protection is decent, and you can use three artifact containers after upgrading (it comes with one). Freedom has their own edition, which you can get for free after joining duty and eliminating Duty. Please note you cannot sprint with either suit, and you must be in a faction in order to buy it. I haven't seen Sakharov sell it in this version.

Each suit has their ups and downs, the SEVA suit is definitely a great choice as well as the others. I prefer the Exoskeleton myself, I use my own mods for the game and I can sprint with it. Now you know how to acquire each of these suits, so now you can get working on it
  02:20:51  15 January 2010
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The flodding of the underground? I don't think that's happened yet. Do I have to advance the main story further, maybe?

I guess not. Where are you up to by the way? Its a pricey suit as well, so beware. Definitely go for all the artifacts first, sell the unneeded ones to Sakharov, and then you can buy yourself a nice suit.

As stated earlier, the following people sell them.

- Loner trader in the Cordon or Agroprom, but as you know, you must have conquered the Bandits first.

- Duty trader, after doing General Krylov's mission which involves flooding the Agroprom Underground.

- Tooth, the Bandit trader, sells one as well, but you may have to join the Bandits in order for them to do so.

No stash contains the suit, unlike in Shadow of Chernobyl. You'll have to buy it, or as you may know, join the Loners and eliminate all of the Bandits in return for a free SEVA suit.

The SEVA suit has poor durability but great anomaly and radiation protection. After extensive upgrading, it can have even better anomaly protection but with the same mediocre bullet/splinter protection and poor durability. You can upgrade its durability and bullet protection, but you'd end up keeping the stock anomaly protection if you plan on tier 3 upgrades. You can equip five artifact containers after upgrading, as well as the second generation night vision module.

You may want to invest in a "Bulat" Armored Suit instead, which offers much greater durability and bullet/splinter protection. Anomaly/radiation protection are good as well, but it is heavier and can only have two artifact containers (it comes with none I believe). Duty has their own version of the suit, which is very similar, but offers slightly better anomaly protection, and slightly less rupture protection. I'm not sure whether both suits are equipped with night vision or not, but I don't think you can get the second generation night vision module for the suits. Please correct me if I'm wrong. The Bulat suit can be purchased from Sakharov, the Duty trader, and the secret Duty trader in the Red Forest. As for Duty's edition, I think you have to join Duty so that you can buy it. You get it for free after eliminating Freedom.

The Exoskeleton is probably the most popular suit, since you can carry over 100 kg in weight when upgraded, it can regenerate your stamina, and regenerate your health. Its durability is unmatched, both night vision modules are available, its bullet protection is the best, anomaly/radiation protection is decent, and you can use three artifact containers after upgrading (it comes with one). Freedom has their own edition, which you can get for free after joining duty and eliminating Duty. Please note you cannot sprint with either suit, and you must be in a faction in order to buy it. I haven't seen Sakharov sell it in this version.

Each suit has their ups and downs, the SEVA suit is definitely a great choice as well as the others. I prefer the Exoskeleton myself, I use my own mods for the game and I can sprint with it. Now you know how to acquire each of these suits, so now you can get working on it
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Wow! Thanks for the post! So the SEVA suit offers the best anomaly protection, but the exoskeleton offers the best protection in a fight, correct? I think by the end of Shadow I was carrying around both suits and switching between them as needed. (By then, I had just about everything I could want plus a nice stack of cash, so I was no longer scavenging and could afford to not pick up most items for re-sale.)

Another point, armor-related, since you mention the Duty and Freedom armors: should I join a faction, and if so, which one is recommended for my first play-through? The exoskeleton sounds like the way to go, but the sprinting concerns me, which brings me to:

Out of curiosity, what is the mod that allows you to run with the exoskeleton, and can it be added after a game has been started or does a new game need to be started in order to use it?
  21:17:26  15 January 2010
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Most mods allow you to run with the Exoskeleton, I use my own named CS Remix but it is in need of an update (I have one just about ready). If you use a mod, you'll have to start a new game, so I recommend saving it for next time.

If you join a faction, I recommend doing so late in the game, right after you secure the bridge to Limansk. This way you'll be well equipped, and Limansk is a point of no return. In Limansk and beyond you won't see Freedom or Duty, except for lots of their dead bodies. Enemies won't matter anymore.

If you join Freedom, you can get an Exoskeleton for free, after taking the Duty base. If you join the Loners or Duty, you'd have to pay 55000 RU for the suit, and the Bandits will be your enemies. A group of expert Bandits hold a building in Limansk, with excellent weapons and armor piercing bullets. They help you kill the Monolithians, but you don't want them against you
 
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