Planetary and Stellar Information

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KenjiFusiaki
10/17/23 08:34 PM
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I am in the process of setting up a campaign on multiple worlds, but the only information I can find regarding Stellar creation is in 2 books (Battlespace & Explorer Corps).

Is there another source that I can use, because some of the worlds in the Wiki; which have information; do not conform to the information from the sources?
Example: Abiy Adi (a G2V planet) has the same recharge time as Addicks (a K4III planet). According to Battlespace, Abiy Adi has the correct recharge time, but Addicks recharge time should be 12 days longer. Other worlds have issues with Transit time, Gravity, Temperature, Water percentage and Life Forms (all habitable planets will generate a life form according to Explorer Corp rules, yet the wiki has a number of planets with Life Forms = None)
Karagin
10/17/23 09:56 PM
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Interstellar Operations has that info.
Karagin

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KenjiFusiaki
10/18/23 12:42 AM
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Thank You for your reply. I have had a look for a place to purchase this book, however the cost is beyond what I want to spend, so it looks like I will have to continue to use the older reference books, and live with the anomolies that appear on the wiki.
Karagin
10/18/23 12:57 AM
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I would stick to the books since they are better than trying to make sense of the wiki. Also, keep an eye on DriveThru RPG and their website. They do bundle things from time to time, and you might be able to get the book at a better price point then.
Karagin

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CrayModerator
10/19/23 11:16 PM
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Strategic Operations has transit times by stellar type. It repeats the tables in BattleSpace and Explorer Corps.

Campaign Operations has the modern rules for star system and colony generaiton. A Time of War: Companion has an abbreviated version of those rules.
Mike Miller, Materials Engineer

Disclaimer: Anything stated in this post is unofficial and non-canon unless directly quoted from a published book. Random internet musings of a BattleTech writer are not canon.
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