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Re: [spoon-discuss] Fwd: RE: [Thermo] Proposals File

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On Friday 18 April 2003 09:59 pm, Craig wrote:
> >>> 2. ThermodyNomic introduces a Grid-like system, and there are
> >>> teleports
> >>> between the two grids. Anyone on a foreign grid carries eir stuff
> >>> with em
> >>> and is bound by the new movement rules. Integrates the two Nomics to a
> >>> greater degree, and gets more confusing, but allows for trade in
> >>> really
> >>> straightforward ways.
> >>
> >> -So with that, we could fairly easily link B, Thermo, Agora, and
> >> Nomicron to each other. Could be interesting, especially the prospect
> >> of using different grids to your advantage - maybe it's faster at the
> >> moment to go through Agora to the B Nomic gate than it is to just
> >> strike out for B Nomic, for example.-
> >
> >How are other grids scaled? I got the impression that Nomicron's was
> >not a Grid upon which players could walk around, but more of a
> >theoretical world where each square represented a large tract of land,
> >an entire estate by itself.
> Thermo does not yet have a grid. Therefore, B Nomic can have some input
> into what its scale is, as part of the motivation would be the sheer
> coolness of grid-linkage.
> >We seem to be doing a bit of both - the grid was player-scaled up until
> >Armies arrived; now it's actually kind of absurd - a space small enough
> >to be filled by a single player so that no other player can enter is
> >somehow large enough to hold an entire Army?
> Maybe they're armies of elves.

Actually, elves are normal-sized here. I think. Um, Orc? What size did you 
have in mind with that races prop?
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