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From:     tbandy@???????????.net
Date:     Wed, 17 Jan 1996 10:34:17 -0500
Subject:  Re: Chtorran sphere - Ouch!!
static@??.???.????.edu (Eugene Shumu1insky) wrote:
>	I was wondering, has anyone out there ever thought of Chtorrspace,
>from the David Gerold novels?  It could be some far away sphere, with a dim
>red star primary.  Probably only a few planets.  *Tons* of wierd lifeforms,
>as those who have read it would know.  It would be pretty messy if the PC's
>crashed there, near a mandela...

>	Any thoughts?

	Two thoughts come to mind:
	1) If the Pcs are caught totally unaware, this can be a really short
campaign. One worm can take out a party through higher levels.
	2) Even done on a less lethal level, the intelligent characters will not
want to stay if they can get their ship spaceworthy again. Besides the worms,
the inherent diseases and such attached to Chtorr would stand a pretty good
chance of wiping the party out.
		Just a couple of quick observations.
						Traki


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Re: Chtorran sphere - Ouch!!    tbandy@???????????.net    17 Jan 1996 15:34:17
Re: Chtorran sphere - Ouch!!    Eugene Shumu1insky    18 Jan 1996 04:04:22

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