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Gadgetron]] Central Intelligence Agents utilized armors that were not even available or known to the general public. One such armor set was the incredible Chameleon armor. Using fully-realized Active Thermoptic Camouflage on top of a depleted-thorium core, this armor not only provided personal protection equal to that of some light tanks; a full set would also render the user nearly invisible while moving. Chameleon armor was also the most protective armor ever. This armor set was the only one that did not have a wrench mod, but rather it made Ratchet harder to target by making holographic "clones". As Ratchet ran, holographics clones were left behind, distracting enemies. The holograms faded away after a short period of time (1–2 seconds). This armor was the most valuable armor set available in Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters, boasting a whopping 96% damage resistance, by far the RYNO of armors. It was also required to create the "Stalker" armor set, which consisted of a Wildfire helmet, Chameleon torso and boots with Sludge Mk 9 gloves. This armor could only be achieved by reaching the Inside Clank stage (pentultimate stage) for the third time, (second time in challenge mode). The final piece of armor (helmet) was given to you immediately, and proved to be of great assistance in the level. The Hyporboreon and Chameleon armor sets did not even show up in the first play, nor do their empty slots so as to keep them a surprise.