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2300AD & 2320 Discussion of the original 2300AD from GDW, the revised 2300 from Mongoose Publishing, or QLI's 2320AD.

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Having (at last) found and bought MgT 2300AD (soft cover, 2nd edition, as the shopkeeper told me), I'm now begining to read it and I find several details I'd like to have also other's oppinions. Some may be errata, others are divergences with the clasic setting (I guess to adapt to MgT rules, though some might be involuntary or not realized).

As I cannot see any thread for such kind of comments, here go my first comment (in this case I guess errata):

In the UCP, France has a pop digit of 5 (hundreds of thousends of inhabitants), while its largest cities have 15 and 22 million inhabiants

Likewise, Germany has a pop digit of 4 (tenths of thousends) while its large city has 23 million.

In the case of Inca Republic, pop digit is 6 (millions), while its main city alone has 14 million.

Arabia's, Argentina's, Azania's and Brazil's UCPs lack one digit, further complicating it.
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