Good answer! So, when you were out on your first errand, you may have seen some odd green hamsters crawling around. We're not exactly sure where they came from, but those 'Gramsters' seem very similar to Grunnies, and I'd like you to find out more about them.
What are Grunnies?
Grunnies were nasty little bright-green bunnies developed as lab animals for G-Corp experiments. Like most G-Corp experiments, it all went horribly, terribly wrong. You can ask Cindy Donivihn about it when you get to Barton, if you'd like to know more.
So you want me to go poke at a few and see how they react?
That's the kind of score I like to hear. You're doing exemplary work out in the field. You have the potential to lead a crew someday. Maybe it's time to let you choose a ring that will help out your future allies.
The Improbablity Sphere can be used on any of your allies to create a little pocket universe around them where really unlikely things sometimes occur. In the case of this ring,t he result is that attacks directed at your ally will something rebound and bounce back at the attacker instead of hitting your ally! It doesn't always work, but when it does, it's very useful.
Messing with the laws of physics and probability? Sign me up!
Rock Armor creates a shell of granite around any ally target. The rock is fairly thin, so some damage might get through, but it's really useful and it lasts several minutes before you'll need to renew it.
If my friends survive longer, so will I. I'll take the Rock Armor.