Special Project #45-B
Armor: a complex combination of frankly improbable metallic alloys, some of which do not, strictly speaking, really exist (Protection +6, Modifier -5, Armor takes first 80 Body Hits).
Weapons: Twin Miniguns (use the Heavy Machine Gun stats from the CPG, with an additional +1 to Accuracy); four rocket launchers
Armored exoskeleton (+4 Strength)
Reflex Booster (+4 Agility)
Metaphysical Interference Generator (+6 Will)
Dedicated HUD (+2 Perception)
Skill bonuses: Climbing/4, Dodge/2, Ranged Weapon/6 (miniguns) Running/4
Yes, it's a battlesuit designed for a baby.
Note that it is not a battlesuit designed for a baby vessel. This should be made quite clear: the feedback systems are explicitly designed for an infant's reflexes and reaction speed. Anyone who is not an infant (being defined as a human child under the age of eighteen months) will be at a minus for all systems and skill equivalent to the original bonuses. This cannot be really compensated for or adjusted., although several people have made a game try at doing it.
The armor itself is adorable, for a given value of "adorable:" it looks like a silver-and-ivory bodysuit, but is actually a carefully-woven mesh of improbable materials alloyed into an only slightly impossible configuration. The armor allows for free movement, while being completely sealed for vacuum, pressure, heat, and cold. The recycling system operates at a level that would allow the wearing to live in it more or less indefinitely; the only restriction is that after a year or two the suit would reach the limits of its stretching ability. The wearer can even have an itch scratched through it.
It took a while for someone to ask the Archangel of Lightning why he felt the need to create such a baroque set of armor; the response was typically forthright. Reborn Saints tend to not "activate" until adulthood, or at least adolescence, but occasionally it is necessary for one to activate early - or be activated early (Jean was not forthright about how the latter scenario might take place). In such cases, the result would be a post-adult mind in the body of an infant, which would be both a physical and a psychological strain for the Saint. The SP #45-B is designed to address that issue, not to mention provide a certain amount of equalization to the scenarios that typically result from the aforementioned activations.
No, Jean didn't explain that one, either.
There's only one of these in existence, by the way: it typically sits on a pedestal outside of one of the major conference rooms in the Halls of Progress. Every so often, it disappears for a few days. When it comes back, everyone very carefully avoids looking it over for damage, discoloration, or any clue about what it was used for...