An armor suit stands approximately 8-10 feet tall. These suits are typically used by high ranking urban officers or spies. The pilot wears a suit of highly durable and temperature-resistant materials, and additional parts cover the arms, legs, and torso, along with a helmet. The armor suit’s helmet connects to the brain in the same way the Electrode Sensor System does, allowing for activation of different systems by brain activity. Armor suits sypically have a much lower defense and have a much harder time standing up to the firepower of the larger suits. Armor suits are better suited for espionage and using sneaky tactics to take out larger suits or space stations. Because the pilot is in such close proximity with the parts of his suit, there is no escape option. The pilot is literally wearing the suit like a set of armor. If the arm of his suit is destroyed, his arm is destroyed along with it. If the suit as a whole is destroyed, there is no chance for survival.