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View Poll Results: Do you like the LBB6 method of generating star systems?
Absolutely! 1 2.33%
Yeah, it's alright. 16 37.21%
Undecided / Indifferent. 12 27.91%
No, not really. 12 27.91%
No Way! 2 4.65%
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Old September 29th, 2017, 09:31 PM
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Default Are you satisfied with the way systems are generated?

The only Traveller system I know about for generating star systems comes from LBB6: Scouts. It is based on Bode's Law, which has been thoroughly debunked. I'm considering the idea of sending my own "more realistic" system to some reputable publisher, but first I want to find out if there is any player interest. Your opinions are appreciated. Thank you.
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