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Indepth System Survey Report


Updated!Whether your players want to know just the basics or every thing that they can about the Star System. This is the product for you.

Fill out as much or as little as you want, with sections on:
Star Type: Main Sequence, Super Giants, Giants, Sub Giants, Sub Dwarfs, White Dwarfs, Neutron Stars, Pulsars and Variable Stars
Spectral Class: Star Type, Color & Temperature
subdivided from 1 - 10
Ia - Very Luminous Super Giants
Ib - Less Luminous Super Giants
II - Luminous Giants
III - Giants
IV - Sub Giants
V - Main Sequence (Dwarf Stars)
VI - Sub Dwarfs
VII - White Dwarfs
Our Sun is classified as a G2 V, or a Yellow, relatively dim, Main Sequence Dwarf Star.
System Accessibility: This section is for games using the Restricted Travel model, where you can't just travel from any system to any other system.
Asteroid Belts: Type of Asteroids, Density of Belt, ect.
Comets: How many visit the system, How often, Will they ever impact any of the planets in the system, What are they made of, ect.
Bases & Outposts: How many, Where in the system, Are they bases or stations, How many personnel, What is there function, What are their offensive & defensive capabilities, ect.
Settled Worlds: How many, Where in the system, are they colonies or home worlds, What is their population, Primary industry, ect.
Notes: Anything else that you want to add.

Bonus Pages:
1 inch Hex grid
&frac;14; inch Square grid
&frac;14; inch Square grid with side and bottom notation spaces

The forms are all fill-able for that clean professional look too.

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File Last Updated:
March 21, 2011
This title was added to our catalog on February 24, 2011.