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lupos [2012/02/04 16:48]
JasonP [Let Us Play Old Scifi (LUPOS)]
lupos [2012/02/05 07:54]
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 This database is a general store of fictional knowledge about such a universe as you might like to play within a LUPOS game. It has many vague aspects, many things are given generalized capacity numbers instead of specific values. This is intended to allow you to set the feel of your game as you like and still let the database function in a meaningful way, as you can compare and contrast capacity scores of various ships and so on. There is an index of the database here: [[LUPOS:​index]],​ or you can track the backlinks to this page above. This database is a general store of fictional knowledge about such a universe as you might like to play within a LUPOS game. It has many vague aspects, many things are given generalized capacity numbers instead of specific values. This is intended to allow you to set the feel of your game as you like and still let the database function in a meaningful way, as you can compare and contrast capacity scores of various ships and so on. There is an index of the database here: [[LUPOS:​index]],​ or you can track the backlinks to this page above.
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 +===== Sublight Run =====
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 +The tactical companion to [[These are the Voyages]] above, [[Sublight Run]] is a starship fleet action battle game played on a hex grid. It interlocks with the roleplaying game to allow ship maneuvers to be made in the game, but can stand alone as a board game.
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