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  #122 New April 2nd, 2019 02:53 AM
I hopefully will get some time this week to work on my sector and also the S1889 campaign. Life does get in the way sometimes.

One thing about the forum is that it does simulate the mind to think about things that have not surfaced yet. The question about starports outside of the Imperium got me to thinking about the starports in the new sector. They will be different from the standard types, but just how much different I am still working on. I am thinking that both A and B can build starships, but it takes an A to build military ships. C class have refined fuel, and if a large enough population and high enough Tech Level, might build the occasional ship. D means that there will be someone to greet you, and E means the Rim Scouts found a safe place to land. X is not good news.

As for S1889, I sort of wish that Frank et cie had spent a bit more time thinking about some of the things that they put into the game, like the problems with Venus. Then I think of the British fighting a war on Mars, and how are they supplying it. It does not compute very well. I do have to work up some News Flashes this week, if I can manage it. Just have to see how the rest of life goes.
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