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  • Different Gravity

    A world’s gravity is measured in “Gs,” with 1G being Earth-normal conditions. In comparison, Mars has 0.38G and the Moon has 0.17G. Microgravity is extremely low gravity (e.g., that of an asteroid or small moon) – for game purposes, anything below 0.1G …

  • Vacuum and Trace Atmospheres

    Vacuum is the absence of air – but these rules also apply in trace atmospheres, where there is almost no air. If you are exposed to vacuum without protection (e.g., a vacc suit or the Vacuum Support advantage), the following rules apply. Breathing …

  • Atmospheric Pressure

    Regardless of its composition, an atmosphere may be difficult or impossible to breathe if its pressure is wrong. We measure air pressure in “atmospheres” (atm.); 1 atm. is air pressure at sea level on Earth. |*Body*|Mercury|Venus|Earth|Luna|Mars| …

  • Radiation

    Space travelers and colonists may be exposed to radiation due to solar flares, cosmic background radiation, nuclear or antimatter accident, radioactive waste, or attacks by nuclear, radiological, or particle beam weapons. Radiation is especially common in …

  • Console Cowboys and Cyberspace Kung Fu

    This page is a summary of the hacking rules contained in "Pyramid #21 Cyberpunk":http://www.warehouse23.com/products/pyramid-number-3-slash-21-cyberpunk. See that issue for full details. h2. Hardware and Software h3. Computers Ultra-tech …