The encumbrance of Templar armour is a necessary evil; however, the burden is substantially lessened on the home front. While the armour was designed around the immense size and shape of the preexisting filtration units scavenged from continual archaeological expeditions, those units are relatively simple to install and eject, and thus, on account of their value, are kept in well-guarded storage until and unless they are required for a Templar mission abroad. As such, suited Templar enjoy a much lighter combat experience within their own territory—though such a situation is extremely rare.