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Old July 10th, 2018, 01:16 PM
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Default Building a ship from the crew up

Have any of you ever built a ship (Iím going to try to use Book 5) for a specifically imagined crew size?

I have this idea for a new campaign focused on a Hospital Ship of the Interplanetary Relief Society (scouts) that will have the player characters assume roles among either the shipís crew or the Field Ambulance assigned to the ship

I need the ship to be able to accommodate a small Battalion (modeled on the WWII, British Airborne Field Ambulance). The IRS Medical Battalion would be a Command HQ of 30, four sections of 20 individuals (80), and a support company of 60, for a total of 170.

The ship should be capable of Jump-2, fuel for two jumps if necessary, Maneuver-1, and have sufficient space for four 50dTon modular cutters (with six modules, including two field hospitals).

How would you decide the optimum dTon size of the ship built around this Battalion?
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