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From:     "Kelly St.Clair" <kstclair@????.org>
Date:     Wed, 12 Apr 1995 22:21:48 -0700
Subject:  Re: Fixed Word Wrap for GW to AD&D conversions
>The "Radiant Golem" in the Spelljammer Monstrous Compendium is composed
>of *plutonium*.  (The game designer who wrote that entry told me so at a
>game convention a few years back, and we weren't even talking about Gamma
>World.)  I thought the person planning a Spelljammer/Gamma World game
>ought to know that.

(For the Spelljammer list I've copied this to:  people over on the GW list
 have been discussing cross-overs.)

Glk.  Assuming that this is true, and plutonium is still plutonium in a
  Spelljammer setting... you DO realize that a man-sized figure of Pu is
  not only way over critical mass, but extremely toxic to anyone nearby
  who happens to breathe?  (Look it up sometime:  plutonium is a chemical
  poison, and tends to give off airborne particles.)

Yet another reason, IMHO, that Spelljammer and real-world science (physics,
  chemistry, etc) should be kept as far apart as possible.


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Kelly St.Clair
kstclair@????.????.org


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