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Re: Where in the universe are those wonderful exot
« Reply #15 on: April 01, 2004, 07:29:21 am »

Bio only, I'm afraid...
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Re: Where in the universe are those wonderful exot
« Reply #16 on: April 01, 2004, 01:32:33 pm »

If I may...

Head over here, and hit the search button. Mind you, it's missing data from special worlds (thus anything that's not in the randomizer will be absurdly wrong), but it's complete enough for the time being.
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Re: Where in the universe are those wonderful exot
« Reply #17 on: April 01, 2004, 03:13:07 pm »

Thank you for the effort...seems to work quite well...of course with how data is, how it is presented matters as much or as more as the data itself - I just put two hours in finishing the list I have to present it in the way to answer the original question I had in making the list (wasn't aware of your effort until after I started), but having that list to look up that you did works out great to get to know other stuff, especially since it's not a spot check of planets like mine was.

As for others here, if anyone wants it I have an Excel spreadsheet with this stuff listed out like the first post has it listed.

A top 20 list off of my spreadsheet list:
Delta Tauri 1,2,7      378
Alpha Centauri 1,3,8      333
Beta Cephei 3,6      243
Beta Scorpii 5,7      227
Zeta Scuti 2,3,5      174
Beta Chandrashekar 1,2      173
Alpha Ceti 2,6      172
Beta Normae 2,3      166
Iota Serpentis 1      166
Gamma Eridani 1,2      157
Epsilon Cassiopeiae 1      153
Alpha Velorum 3      148
Gamma Luyten 2,4      147
Alpha Fornacis 2,5      146
Fomalhaut 1      143
Alpha Chamaeleonis 4,6      142
Gamma Leonis 2,6      139
Alpha Hygnius 5      132
Theta Lyncis 1      131
Beta Ophiuchi 2      128
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Re: Where in the universe are those wonderful exot
« Reply #18 on: April 06, 2004, 09:01:21 pm »

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I can imagine that being one of the interesting things that could be added if the game is changed too...in bringing back minerals you have to figure out what/how those ships get built...if you don't bring back metal it's just the same, but does Hayes sell what doesn't get used?  A definite level of challenge to the game can be added if they changed it so specific materials were required for different ships, as opposed to a catch-all RU system that rewards bringing back exotics, radioactives, and precious metals.  Ships made of uranium and gold...would be quite interesting



Whoa. I once proposed splitting up ship construction by material CLASS (corrosive, base metal), but to split it up by actual material? Yikes, that would get awfully specific. "Utwig requires AGUUTI NODULES, not ANTIMATTER and NEUTRONIUM. sorry."
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