- Feb 9, 2020
- Reaction score
1) It's not 1700m x 400m x 10m . . . is it? How many other levels are there?
2) The one or two sections marked TO BE REVEALED . . . ...
2b) It was interesting to me exploring a real cruise ship, and noting...
Interesting, thanks!That's back a ways... lets see...
That deck is closer to 40m high. The waterslides, rock climbing, gladiator arena, theaters, etc. The image file in b&w is 10 megabytes. Plus I wanted to enable some in-ship mecha fights & mini-kaiju for the game.
Unmentioned is that there are several layers of cabins going up and that below should be lots more machinery & storage.
This is a gameable map. Cobbled up from Traveller geomorphs, real cruise ships, real battle ships, and a real aircraft carrier. Then beat on to make stuff mostly sort of fit. In use the "to be" section is, in my game, it'll be walled off with "under construction" signs and silly high secrecy until I decide I need it.
The cruise ship stuff I found showed didly squat outside the base rooms & attractions. The military ship stuff stops in the late 80s and I don't think I used any of the WW1 ships on hhis map.
Oh, I see. That makes sense, and sounds fun.Those are awesome pics. Which ai did you use?
The map is totally player facing this time because the pcs start as employees. Specifcally the ship is secretly captained by a rogue modron who employs exalts as troubleshooters. Rogue psychers and dark mechanus are reserved for the team of juicer werewolves in power armor with big laser cannons. Pcs, as starter characters, are mostly just issued all the cheap red plastic armor and laser pistols they want and beamed down to planets on away team missions.
They could stick around and I'll get more mileage out of the map, but I anticipate they'll grab their own ship and set out to doom more of the setting to mutation, slavery, or death. Then I'll just snag random bits if I need a luxury resort (remove exterior walls), big chunk of generic machinery map (use engineering), part of a moon dome settlement or military base, etc.
This is the cat from Sabrina the Teenage Witch, isn't it? This is what happens when he's left up to his old tricks.You can not tell me he is not planning to take over the world.
Planning? I think he is in the process.
Crap. What do we do now?
People need to let Sir Anthony Hopkins celebrate the holidays any way he damn well pleases.
It is from a somewhat surreal film called the Color of Pomegranates; and I have kept on seeing that image today. To me, I think maybe she tells of illusions, that could be fortunes, or a quest for what is missing. She's the poet's muse in the film, appearing in multiple roles.The first one where I was thinking "I have to hear an explanation of this"
Nope. Just you.Please tell me I'm not the only one whose first thought seeing that was "deathtrap & chronic radiation exposure"?