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Old April 15th, 2009, 03:26 PM
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I stumpled across this at FREELANCE TRAVELLER http://www.freelancetraveller.com/fe...tg/wxroom.html


Looked foolish for a merchant to give up cargo space or worse try to cover it up and add cargo on top of it.

However my campaign's ship has plenty of room and doesn't carry cargo, just supplies. So a half-sized Rainroom sounds workable on 14t of unused deck (description sounds like at least 30t+ envisioned. Basically a swimming pool++. I don't think sand tracking about insurmountable and estimate cost as Cr1000 per 1/2t converted.

However I considered stocking pool with clams, crabs and lobsters to allow for a fresh-food source. Z-G fish were previously discussed in a food thread.

One of my players thinks its a bad idea as Veterinary care and aquarium maintenance is difficult. I foresee feeding them a severe problem especially in a small pool. (what do those Z-G fish discussed last month eat?)

So assuming the building of the pool is feasible are fish/crustaceans viable or pool too small, maintenance of life/cleanliness too difficult or some other problem I'm not foreseeing make crustacean stocking a bad idea (where I'm now leaning).
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