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Default Teleportation Obstacles and Accuracy

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[ 1 ] Teleport Obstacles
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So lets say you are teleporting to somewhere nearby you've been before, but you don't have line of sight.

You are teleporting to your parents home. You know it well but you didn't know your mom recently rearranged the furniture.

Maybe you teleport to an empty field and an animal just happens to be in the spot.

The passageway of the ship you teleport into currently has passenger traffic.

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[ 2 ] Teleport Accuracy
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How accurate is teleporting?

Could teleporting just a few centimeters off result in your feet intersecting the ground/floor.

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Do any of the versions of Traveller cover this? Please give references to not only the version of Traveller but which publication.
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