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Tlsdz motorcycle helmet - black
Black variant

Tlsdz motorcycle helmet - white
White variant
Tlsdz motorcycle helmet - red
Red variant

Motorcycle Helmet
Game

The Last Stand: Dead Zone

Variants

Black, White, Red

Effect

+5% Suppression Resistance, -5% Injury Chance

Availability

The Store

The Motorcycle Helmet is a type of clothing featured in The Last Stand: Dead Zone. It is a helmet worn by motorcyclists to protect against brain and head injury, hence the name.

It comes in three colors: Black, White, and Red.

DescriptionEdit

BlackEdit

The dark rider cometh.

WhiteEdit

The racing stripe on this helmet doesn't make it go faster.

RedEdit

It goes faster.

BackgroundEdit

The thrill of going 195 MPH is a lifetime experience, but the fine line between "being young and living fast" and "leaving a long, gristly skid mark down the road" can be broken if not wearing the appropriate equipment. Motorcycle helmets, as part of motorcycle safety, prevent or reduce the risk of head injury during a traffic accident. Usually made of plastics or fiberglass reinforced with materials such as Kevlar or carbon fiber along with fabric or foam interiors for comfort and protection. These helmets not only provide protection against weather and road debris but mark the difference between skull/face injuries and traumatic brain injury.

Sold in motorcycle-relates shops. A-must to all motorcycle owners.

EffectEdit

In addition to altering a survivor's appearance, it also provides a 5% boost to Suppression Resistance, as well as a 5% reduction in the chance of injury.

How to obtainEdit

The black and white variants can be purchased at The Store for $4.99 USD, while the red variant can be found in Premium Supply Boxes.

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