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The adventures of the Setequarl: This is a new universe that Doug said that I should write.
Posted by Mathax, Dec 11, 2007. 1206 views. ID = 402

The adventures of the Setequarl

Posted by Mathax, Dec 11, 2007. 1206 views. ID = 402
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This is a new universe that Doug said that I should write.



The basic premise is exploration. Humans are the main life forms. Though I will
probably add more in as the story goes along. The main planetary craft is a
hovercraft. The main interplanetary craft is a craft called a grofvic it is in closed
but cannot leave the solar system without help. It has powerful engines but the
engines cannot be used in the atmosphere because it is harmful to it so they have
to use other engines in the atmosphere. The main interstellar craft (the one we
will be following) is a setequarl it can hold both of the hovercraft and the
grofvic. The crew compliment is about 560 with all of the Geological and science
officers. The amount require to run the ship is about 300 rather 150 the 300 is
so it can be running around the clock which is very necessary on a star ship.
They have replicators for the food and clothing. They do have a transporter but
it is very unstable so the grofvic is preferred. The weapons are two sets of
forward facing lasers and 1 set of rear facing lasers. It is armed with 50 nuclear
warheads, but those take a while to get up to the correct firing efficiency. This
ship has a shield rating of high.


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Comments


Josiah T.
Dec 11, 2007
Ok, once and for all, TAKE OUT THE DOUBLE SPACES!!!
   ~Posted by Josiah T., Dec 11, 2007

Mathax
Dec 11, 2007
Ok, what does everyone else say?
   ~Posted by Mathax, Dec 11, 2007

Douglas
Dec 11, 2007
Double spacing serves a valuable purpose when you print a document and want someone to proofread it - it allows the proofer/grader to jot notes between the lines.

However, it really doesn't serve any purpose in a non-print medium, and makes it more difficult to read.
   ~Posted by Douglas, Dec 11, 2007

Mathax
Dec 11, 2007
ok, ok I'll change it
   ~Posted by Mathax, Dec 11, 2007



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