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Old November 23rd, 2006, 07:31 PM
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Here we go with MTU-from-scratch. The universe is 4x4 sectors. I have not yet decided what to do with the B5 or D5 sectors - my original plan was to include Gateway and Old Expanses (respectively) as those have been recently detailed in good QLI adventures and Stellar Reaches. However, I'm not sure whether that's appropriate, so let me know what you think. The thumbnail below links to a "hi-res" starmap of the 16 sectors. Any group of stars with more than seven (7) stars linkable with J1 is colored in to show the original polities. The sectors are lettered from B to E (top to bottom) and 2 to 5 (left to right) (i.e., the top-left sector is B2).

This is a "young empire" scenario. The max TL is 12, with one isolated exception in the rift. There have been multiple interstellar dark ages and no real history goes back past the latest one, which is only 500 years or so in the past.

My first bit of help I need from you good folks is good sector and subsector names. I will give a "grid" of how they ought to divide up in the next post.

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Edit: If you get that I've exceeded my bandwidth, try later with the "lo-res" one, please. end edit
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