Big Worlds are worlds with larger than expected Size.
Description / Specifications
- Bigworlds may also occur throughout a system. LARGE “Jovian”
Big Worlds range in size from 14,400 km to 30,400 km.
(density 5.5 g/cm³)
|9||14,400 km||1.424 Earths||1.125 G|
|A||16,000 km||1.953 Earths||1.25 G|
|B||17,600 km||2.600 Earths||1.375 G|
|C||19,200 km||3.375 Earths||1.5 G|
|D||20,800 km||4.291 Earths||1.625 G|
|E||22,400 km||5.359 Earths||1.75 G||Typical Big World|
|F||24,000 km||6.592 Earths||1.875 G|
|G||25,600 km||8.000 Earths||2 G|
|H||27,200 km||9.596 Earths||2.125 G|
|J||28,800 km||11.391 Earths||2.25 G|
|K||30,400 km||13.397 Earths||2.375 G|
Probable Planetary Orbit & Climate
Big Worlds may be located within any region of a system.
Big Worlds may retain atmosphere types 2 to F. The "typical" Big World has an atmosphere rated as E (Ellipsoid)
History & Background / Dossier
Larger Big Worlds are substantially more massive than small gas giants and can have greater diameters.
References & Contributors / Sources
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- Marc Miller. Worlds and Adventures (Game Designers Workshop, 1977), .
- Marc Miller. Scouts (Game Designers Workshop, 1983), .
- T5: Core rules
- External Link: Beowolf's Libary Data Website (defunct)
- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master of Sophontology Maksim-Smelchak of the Ministry of Science