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Planetary Display Logbook

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With this Logbook, you can map the planets for your campaign with a survey book for each planet.

This Logbook is designed for mapping the surface of a single planet (or other spherical body). The entirety of the surface is divided into 32 faces; 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons, all with equal edge length. This yields a faceted solid that approximates a sphere, but also allows flat mapping of the surface on a relatively few flat areas. This form of display also lessens the distortions found in other flat mappings of globes. The tradeoff in comparative lack of precision is an ease of use and yielding a mapping that can be turned into a 3-dimensional model. The geometry of the truncated icosahedron also makes it possible to map longitude and latitude lines that conform with the geometry of each facet. Since the edges are aligned with the longitudinal lines, it is easier to have a clear and legible display of each section of the planetary surface.

Also included are revised copies of the Antherwyck House Games "Starship Dice Drop Table"

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May 30, 2019 7:00 pm UTC
I'd roll for this at $2.99 -- at least for the effort. The preview looks interesting.
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Rodger T June 01, 2019 2:05 am UTC
We're planning for a price point around that for the print version.
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