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Desert Scribe 12-01-2018 03:56 PM

Triplanetary: habitable worlds?
 
The Grand Tour 2037 AD scenario refers to starting at one of the six "habitable full gravity world[s]," but I couldn't find where these worlds are listed or defined anywhere in the rules.

I'm assuming these "habitable worlds" are the astral bodies with planetary bases and full-gravity hexes (solid arrows): Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Callisto, and Ganymede.

Did I read this right?

pyratejohn 12-28-2018 05:30 AM

Re: Triplanetary: habitable worlds?
 
That's they way we've played it. The rules, I believe, reinforces it further with this:

Victory:
Each ship must pass through at least one
gravity hex of each astral body with full gravity (the
six habitable ones, plus Jupiter and the Sun) and return
to land on its starting world. The first ship to do so
wins. In case of ties, the lowest fuel consumption wins.

Steve Jackson 08-11-2021 03:47 PM

Re: Triplanetary: habitable worlds?
 
I can see if there's room, though that does not seem to have thrown anyone very hard.

The fact is, as long as everyone is making the same stops, you've got a valid race . . .

GranitePenguin 08-12-2021 01:17 PM

Re: Triplanetary: habitable worlds?
 
The victory conditions made it pretty clear to me which are the "habitable worlds."


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