A Tropical World possesses a climate relatively warmer than normal although it is still considered habitable. Its orbit is at the inner and warmer edge of the Habitable Zone. These worlds often have hot climates at the upper limits of human temperature endurance.
However, while less hospitable than a more conventionally temperate world, tropical worlds are often considered veritable paradises even if most don't meet the exact specifications for a garden world.
A Tropical World is relatively warmer than normal (...although it is considered habitable). Its orbit is at the inner (warmer) edge of the Habitable Zone. The world has a Hot climate (...at the upper limits of human temperature endurance).
|Tropical World||Tr||6789||4456789||34567||--||--||--||Tropic HZ neg. Hotter. Starward.|
|Temperate World||Tp||6789||4456789||34567||--||--||--||Temperate. HZ. Just right.|
|Tundra World||Tu||6789||4456789||34567||--||--||--||Tundra HZ pos. Colder. Staraway.|
Probably Planetary Orbit & Climate
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History & Background (Dossier)
The down side of tropical worlds can be strange diseases, un-fecund soils, and dangerous local lifeforms.
References & Contributors (Sources)
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- Marc Miller. Worlds and Adventures (Game Designers Workshop, 1977), TBD.Marc Miller, Robert Eaglestone, Don McKinney. Worlds and Adventures (Far Future Enterprises, 2019), TBD.
- Marc Miller. Scouts (Game Designers Workshop, 1983), TBD.
- Marc Miller. T5 Core Rules (Far Future Enterprises, 2013), TBD.
- EXTERNAL LINK: Beowolf's Libary Data Website dead link
- Author & Contributor: Lord (Marquis) and Master of Sophontology Maksim-Smelchak of the Ministry of Science