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robject October 22nd, 2015 04:58 PM

QSDS20
 
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Attached is my edit of the Quick Ship Design System. I have wantonly worked over the system with bold updates, including:

* rounding
* approximating
* interpolating
* substituting

...while maintaining compatibility with Traveller 4th Edition.

Enjoy.

BuddyJC September 26th, 2017 05:57 AM

Nice work. Dig you also do something like this Without the SSDS design system? Or maybe it is feasible to insert the additional stuff inte your fabulous work.

robject September 26th, 2017 11:25 AM

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Originally Posted by BuddyJC (Post 574178)
Nice work. Dig you also do something like this Without the SSDS design system? Or maybe it is feasible to insert the additional stuff inte your fabulous work.

Without SSDS?

Maybe you're asking if there's something related to this, which is not tied to Traveller, 4th edition?

I don't know if that's what you're asking, but if it is: actually my edit of QSDS produces valid Traveller5 ships. So Traveller5 ACS is one way of doing this without T4.

Ah, wait, yes, I did do this another way: I poured T5's ACS into a Book 2 format. It's also reasonably close to Book 2, yet like QSDS20 it too produces valid T5 ships.

BuddyJC September 27th, 2017 04:49 PM

Ha ha, I blame auto-correct for my garbled post..

What I meant to ask was: have you also done a SSDS 2.0? At a glance SSDS seems closely correlated to QSDS just with more bells and whistles.

So I was wondering​ if SSDS could be "updated" by using your QSDS 2.0 framework and just add the extra options, or maybe it's a foolish undertaking because I should look to T5 for a comprehensive, yet easy to use/implement, ship construction system for T4.


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