These are the science salvage items you can collect.
Science Salvage Items Edit
Alien Tech Edit
Lately there have been reports of new alien devices, not Kheldian but something else. This must be one of those. Crack its secrets and who knows what you will learn.
Bio Sample Edit
Dropped by Trolls
This odd tissue sample has been mutated beyond recognition. It would be quite useful to find out how.
Dangerous Chemicals Edit
Dropped by Council
Normally, possession of these chemicals requires a special license. Of course, that doesn't stop groups like the Council from using them for everything from powering their flamethrowers to lubricating their robots' circuitry.
DNA Mutation Edit
The DNA strands suspended in this vial contain the secrets of Rikti genetics. Although it may be years before scientists have fully decoded the Rikti genome, there have already been astounding leaps in our understanding of these aliens.
Hamidon Lichen Edit
Devouring Earth Salvage
The bright orange color of this lichen indicates that, like many Devouring Earth creatures, this lichen has undergone strange mutations.
Hamidon Spore Edit
Devouring Earth Salvage
The spore from this monstrous creature is highly complex and totally unlike any plant or animal known to man.
Hydra DNA Sample Edit
It's marked "Tissue Sample: Subject Unclassifiable." It could be interesting.
Innovative Code Edit
The Family Salvage
Portal Tech Edit
Portal Corporation has been the source of many technological advances, but there are those who say such knowledge is not worth the risk involved in exposing our dimension to all the dangers of the multiverse.
Prototype Element Edit
This salvage allows you to replace the need for one Core Sample to process the ore in Bloody Bay.
Rikti Control Unit Edit
Heroes in combat have reported that Rikti monkeys react to signals from devices such as these.
This salvage is used in the creation of the following items: Tech Software.
Rikti Data Pad Edit
Deciphering alien engineering is no mean feat, but the knowledge gained can lead to great advances in Earth computers.
Stable Protonium Edit
This rare element radiates great power yet is safe enough to hold in your hand.
Superadine Extract Edit
Synthetic Drug Edit
Cursory examination suggests this is not any drug on the market now. If you had to guess, you'd say it was the work of someone with access to a lot of technology, and a lot of money. Someone like Countess Crey, perhaps.