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Old June 10th, 2016, 05:44 PM
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Default Thought Experiment-10D

As a side idle, I was thinking about what it would take to get Traveller to a MMORPG.

One thing that popped up immediately is the 100D limit- no player is going to want to spend hours hauling out to the jump limit, and in an interactive universe everyone needs to be reasonably realtime.

Moving to a 10D limit would work. Then it occurred to me it might be an interesting gedanken for us here.

So what happens if we change the limit from 100D to 10D?

Note- this is about applying the rule to paper-and-play RPGing, not to open the topic of a Traveller MMORPG.

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