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    Q&A - Main planets

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    Q&A - Main planets

    Post by Eltharrion on 27.11.12 8:15

    What kind of anthro types are most common on some planet?
    How warm the water is on Illis?
    What kind of natural fauna lives on Vulquwera?


    If you have any questions like these, post them here and we will answer. This topic is meant specifically for questions about the main planets where the passengers of Lux are selected from.



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    Re: Q&A - Main planets

    Post by MB on 02.01.13 4:27

    I have questions regarding Vulquwera.

    1) Do all towns have domes? If they don't how do they survive?
    2) Are there cities that don't have domes and are abandoned?
    3) Does looting of these cities happen? If it does, is it legal or considered a form of stealing?

    Re: Q&A - Main planets

    Post by Eltharrion on 02.01.13 11:05

    1) Every town with living people has at least some sort of dome, even if the town is located deep inside a mountain or solid rock. There might be some cave hideout people use when traveling over long distances, but nothing fancy or permanent in those ones.

    2) If city's (or more commonly, some small town/community) dome breaches (possibly due to too heavy storms or very rare earthquakes or meteors) and it can't be fixed, city will be doomed. This is most common way city is abandoned.
    Any possible cities from ancient past where domes were not needed are either destroyed completely due to erosion, or are buried underground. Newer cities with domes that are abandoned usually last from three to five decades before crumbling away to the weather conditions, depending on how many storms they get.

    3) In rare case where dome is abandoned, it's looting depends on the size. Smaller domes that contain few families can usually scrap everything valuable with them, but possible larger domes tend to have a lot of valuables in them. So, after a day or two of the destruction, most people WILL loot the dome. And no, it is not considered a crime, as the dome has been turned into part of the storm lands and thus it's free for all to use. Sometimes people even go and repair domes for their own use if the area gets calm period from regular storms.



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    Re: Q&A - Main planets

    Post by MB on 03.01.13 1:18

    Are there different currencies on the planets?

    What are credits worth? How many credits does... a bread cost, for example?

    Re: Q&A - Main planets

    Post by Eltharrion on 03.01.13 1:50

    A credit is Indux-wide set currency that is monitored by the Union. This doesn't mean, however, that planets wouldn't have their own systems as well.

    On Margas, for example, "work hours" are currency you trade to you boss, so they don't really have money possibly running around at all. Atoka uses more of a natural trade rather than money (you give guy salt, and he gives you wheat in return).

    Credit's value might be pre-determined, but how much people ask for something depends highly on planet you are on (metals on Margas are cheap, but on Atoka they might cost you a fortune). For simplity's sake, I'll write down some examples that are equalums taken from all of the planets. Note that the highest value is meant for VERY good stuff mostly.
    -Bread: 3 - 20 credits.
    -Cup of wine: 8 - 70 credits.
    -Daily expenses (food, water, electricity, etc.): 30 - 100 credits.
    -A new set of clothes: 40 - 500 credits.
    -A hover-magnet car: 2,000 - 50,000 credits.
    -A personal one-man spaceship: 400,000 - 3,000,000 credits.

    A normal office-worker's pay might be around three to seven thousand credits a month, minus taxes.



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