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kilemall January 28th, 2017 10:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Carlobrand (Post 557796)
That was my thought. The value doesn't match explanation or table, but the explanation and the table work together properly.

Edit: whup, spoke too soon. Table's giving me Cr100 times G-rating per kilogram for limited burn fuel instead of Cr200 times G-rating per kilogram.

Ok, 4G4 limited burn.

Casing mass 5+ 4 = 9kg
Casing cost 300 x 9 = 2700 Cr
Fuel Mass 4 kg
Fuel cost 200 x 4 x 4 = 3200 Cr

Cost = 5900 Cr

Listed propulsion system is 13 kg, but listed cost is 4300.

Hmmm, using your assumption of 100 as fuel multiplier, the costs work out.

So, check against limited burn 6G6, the biggest missile, yields 17 kg weight and 3300+7200=10,500 Cr. Table says 23 kg and same cost.

Boy, the errata needs errata.

Axe March 3rd, 2017 02:10 AM

LBB 1 page 41, The Traveller Book page 43, and Traveller Starter Edition, Rules Booklet page 25,:
Quote:

Vacc suits are relatively bulky, and weigh 10 kilograms; the weight counts against personal weight allowances. This weight is reduced 2 kilograms per tech level as the suit gains increasing sophistication. For example, a TL 10 vacc suit weighs 6 kilograms, and a vacc suit at tech level 13+ adds no apparent weight.

The following is recommended:


BASIC TRAVELLER (301, 1981 edition)

CHARACTERS AND COMBAT (Book 1, 1981 edition)
Page 41, Armor and Protection (clarification): For consistency, the second sentence should read “The weight of personal armor and clothing is assumed to be part of the character’s clothing load and is not affected by the weight rule (except Vacc Suits below TL 13).”



THE TRAVELLER BOOK (201, 1982)
Page 43, Armor and Protection (clarification): For consistency, the second sentence should read “The weight of personal armor and clothing is assumed to be part of the character’s clothing load and is not affected by the weight rule (except Vacc Suits below TL 13).”
Page 44, Weapons and Equipment Table, Body Armor (Correction): Vacc Suit should not have an asterisk (*) in the weight column. A Vacc Suit’s weight does count against personal weight allowances (page 43)



STARTER TRAVELLER (251, 1983)
Rules Booklet:
Page 25, Armor and Protection (clarification): For consistency, the second sentence should read “The weight of personal armor and clothing is assumed to be part of the character’s clothing load and is not affected by the weight rule (except Vacc Suits below TL 13).”

Charts and Tables Booklet:
Page 4, Weapons and Equipment Table, Body Armor (Correction): Vacc Suit should not have an asterisk (*) in the weight column. A Vacc Suit’s weight does count against personal weight allowances (Rules Booklet page 25)

Axe September 9th, 2019 03:55 AM

Merchant Capt. A. L. Jamison
 
BASIC TRAVELLER (301, 1981 edition)

CHARACTERS AND COMBAT (Book 1, 1981 edition)
Page 26, CHARACTER GENERATION EXAMPLE, Second Term (correction): A listed roll needs to be changed to match up with the ACQUIRED SKILLS TABLES (the tables were updated after Book 1, 1977 edition). The last sentence should read: “He goes on a physical fitness kick [Table 1, roll 3= +1 endurance] and learns to better defend himself [Table 2, roll 6= gun combat] using the small body pistol.”

Page 27, CHARACTER GENERATION EXAMPLE, Fourth Term (correction): A listed roll needs to be changed to match up with the ACQUIRED SKILLS TABLES (the tables were updated after Book 1, 1977 edition). The sentence regarding acquiring skills should read: “He trains himself in the martial arts [Table 1, roll 5= blade combat], choosing the cutlass and [Table 2, roll 6= gun combat] the submachinegun.”


THE TRAVELLER BOOK (201, 1982)

Page 31, MERCHANT CAPTAIN ALEXANDER JAMISON, Second Term (correction): A listed roll needs to be changed to match up with the ACQUIRED SKILLS TABLES (the tables were updated after Book 1, 1977 edition). The last sentence should read: “He goes on a physical fitness kick [Table 1, roll 3= +1 endurance] and learns to better defend himself [Table 2, roll 6= gun combat] using the small body pistol.”

Page 31, MERCHANT CAPTAIN ALEXANDER JAMISON, Fourth Term (correction): A listed roll needs to be changed to match up with the ACQUIRED SKILLS TABLES (the tables were updated after Book 1, 1977 edition). The sentence regarding acquiring skills should read: “He trains himself in the martial arts [Table 1, roll 5= blade combat], choosing the cutlass and [Table 2, roll 6= gun combat] the submachinegun.”


STARTER TRAVELLER (251, 1983)

Rules Booklet:
Page 18, MERCHANT CAPTAIN ALEXANDER JAMISON, Second Term (correction): A listed roll needs to be changed to match up with the ACQUIRED SKILLS TABLES (the tables were updated after Book 1, 1977 edition). The last sentence should read: “He goes on a physical fitness kick [Table 1, roll 3= +1 endurance] and learns to better defend himself [Table 2, roll 6= gun combat] using the small body pistol.”

Page 18, MERCHANT CAPTAIN ALEXANDER JAMISON, Fourth Term (correction): A listed roll needs to be changed to match up with the ACQUIRED SKILLS TABLES (the tables were updated after Book 1, 1977 edition). The sentence regarding acquiring skills should read: “He trains himself in the martial arts [Table 1, roll 5= blade combat], choosing the cutlass and [Table 2, roll 6= gun combat] the submachinegun.”

AnotherDilbert September 11th, 2019 07:45 AM

Petty erratum:

Striker, Design Sequence Tables Booklet, p5:
Armor Ratings Table

AV 105 should be Mod 9390

(The formula is 5 × 2(AV-18)/8 (for AV≥14), rounded to three significant numbers.)

Kakistocrat February 3rd, 2020 03:31 AM

status as of February 2020?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kilemall (Post 552291)
DonM is an 'absent friend', so I don't know how much more effort is being put into this officially.

I take it that (at this writing) no one has taken up Don’s mantle to continue to maintain the consolidated CT errata?

Looking within the errata document, its PDF format seems to have been a “target” format, exported from a “source” document in Microsoft Word 2010. Does anyone know if the Word version of the errata document is available for updating?


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