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Unusual Stellar Objects in an F&E Hex area

 
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Jeffr0
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2012 7:14 pm    Post subject: Unusual Stellar Objects in an F&E Hex area Reply with quote

Breaking down an F&E hex into this format and using the procedures in GURPS Space 3e... this is the sort of thing you can expect to get.

0203 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0203 -- SS Cygni catastrophic variable (bursts every 7 months)
0203 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0203 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0203 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0203 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0204 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0204 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0302 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0302 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0302 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0302 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0302 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0302 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0303 -- SS Cygni catastrophic variable (bursts every 5 months)
0303 -- Flare star (red M-type)
0303 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0303 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0304 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0304 -- X-ray star
0305 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0305 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0305 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0305 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0306 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0306 -- SS Cygni catastrophic variable (bursts every 8 months)
0306 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0306 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0306 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0306 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0306 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0401 -- Flare star (red M-type)
0401 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0401 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0401 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0402 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0402 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0402 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0402 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0403 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0403 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0403 -- Star enclosed by Dyson sphere
0405 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0405 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0405 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0406 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0406 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0406 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0406 -- X-ray star
0406 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0406 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0502 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0502 -- X-ray star
0502 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0502 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0502 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0503 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0503 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0503 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0503 -- SS Cygni catastrophic variable (bursts every 3 months)
0504 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0504 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0504 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0504 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0504 -- SS Cygni catastrophic variable (bursts every 6 months)
0505 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0505 -- SS Cygni catastrophic variable (bursts every 6 months)
0505 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0506 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0506 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0506 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0506 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0506 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0601 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0602 -- Center of nova shell
0602 -- SS Cygni catastrophic variable (bursts every 6 months)
0603 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0603 -- Flare star (red M-type)
0603 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0603 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0603 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0604 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0604 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0604 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0604 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0604 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0605 -- Flare star (red M-type)
0605 -- Flare star (red M-type)
0606 -- SS Cygni catastrophic variable (bursts every 6 months)
0606 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0702 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0702 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0703 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0703 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0703 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0703 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0703 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0704 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0704 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0704 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0704 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0705 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0705 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0705 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0705 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0705 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0705 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0706 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0706 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0706 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0803 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0803 -- Flare star (red M-type)
0803 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0803 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0803 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
0803 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0804 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0804 -- Flare star (red M-type)
0804 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
0804 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0804 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0804 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
0804 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
corner0701 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
corner0701 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
corner0301 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
corner0707 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
corner0707 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
corner0804 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
half0307 -- SS Cygni catastrophic variable (bursts every 9 months)
half0307 -- Brown dwarf, with planet-size moon(s)
half0301 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
half0804 -- Lost planet (gas giant)
half0301 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
half0301 -- Lost planet (terrestrial)
half0804 -- Center of small dark nebuala (6 parsecs in diameter)
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2012 11:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What's a lost planet?
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2012 12:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A planet that is no longer with a star system-- it was pulled away somehow....
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2012 1:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

A planet with no GPS, that should have made a left at Albuquerque Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2012 6:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bolo_MK_XL wrote:
A planet with no GPS, that should have made a left at Albuquerque Smile


Terrestrial worlds are notorious for being unwilling to stop and ask for directions...
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2012 1:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

They're male?
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2012 1:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Skexis wrote:
They're male?


Yes though most Lost Planets are indeed male that is not the single deciding factor in the planet become lost in the first place. Some scientest, though not very creditable ones, believe that planets which have a lighter shade of color, than most other planets, also have a higher precentage of becoming lost.

So far that theory has mostly been dismissed as a urban ledgen...
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2012 3:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Correlation is not causation.

Those worlds turn white only after their oceans freeze!

Now dancing, on the other hand....
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 2:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just curious, how did you come up with all 134 entries for F&E hex 0203?

Another question, are all of the entries equally likely in any given F & E hex(es)?

And lastly, its seems that you were generating your F & E Hex 0203 results randomly, are there any entries on the table that you were (rolling on?) that did not produce a result from the table at all?
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