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View Poll Results: how important is atmospheric/dramatic streamlining in your traveller ship depictions
gotta have it, it's important to how we play the game! 14 25.45%
gotta have it, it looks cool! 5 9.09%
it's ok, sometimes it plays a role in how we play the game 20 36.36%
it's ok, nice to look good 6 10.91%
don't care, we never do anything in the game that requires it 3 5.45%
don't care, our games are strictly verbal 0 0%
other 7 12.73%
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Old October 15th, 2015, 07:41 PM
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Default aerodynamic streamlining

most traveller ship depictions look like very sleek fighter aircraft. most traveller ship deckplans' attempts at aerodynamism look like fat pigs with wings, or like blocks stuck in the middle of dramatic aerodynamic silhouettes. block and close-structure vessels seem unpopular, though space vaccuum and vtol maneuver drive make them quite acceptable operationally. how important is atmospheric/dramatic streamlining in your traveller ship depictions/deckplans?

(for an "other" response, please explain)

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