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Old July 30th, 2008, 08:52 PM
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Default Question about Broadsword

It's been around since early LBB. I have a minor question and wonder how other GM's have dealt with it.

The decks are stacked top to bottm, and the cutter(s) stand on end on each side with a rack holding various modules to be utilized. I remember seeing one that has a APC sitting on end in this holding area. Also, there is a mustering area for assembling troops.

So is the grav in the module bay and muster area set 90 degrees to the axial of the ship? Is there any considerations for how the troops move from the crew deck to the muster area if traveling between two orientations of gravity? or is the gravity turned off in those areas?

(I would post an image, but copyright issues may cause problems.)
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