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Default The Imperial Gravitational Standard

I've brought up this topic a few times. I just did a search, and I started to resurrect one of those. But, I think those would make hazy the Question: Is there an Imperial Standard that speaks to world gravity?

Looking at the Aramis subsector, there is only one world that is Size 8, and that world is a Red Zone (with a Dense and Tainted atmo).

That means that just about every character to be born and grow up on any of these worlds is used to non-Standard gravity.

You've even got worlds like Pysadi (Size 4) and Zila (Size 2!) where PCs who are born there would have a real problem in a Standard 1G field.

So, given this problem, is there something the 3I does to encourage worlds to be as close to 1G using 1G plates in buildings and such on the world?

Is there an Imperial Gravitational Standard?
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