From: | Mike Bobroff <Airwasp@***.COM> |
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Subject: | Vehicles and how much space they take up ... |

Date: | Fri, 12 Jun 1998 10:15:51 EDT |

We've been waiting long enough for FASA to come back to us with some sort of

ruling on how much space a drone (or any other vehicle) takes up in terms of

CF. So, I came up with some system that makes some sense for the moment, that

works for anything with a Body higher than a 1. Use gm discretion for Body 0

drones.

First, take the Body of the vehicle and cube it. Then multiply the end result

by two. This is how much space the chassis and it's power plant both take up.

Two, if any additional CF (beyond what is already given free in the chassis)

is bought, keep this number handy.

Add up all of these numbers and you come up with the amount of storage space

needed to a vehicle.

As an example, using a Wolfhound (a newer, sleeker version of the Dalmation)

... here goes ...

1) Body 2 = 16 CF

2) Bought CF (2) = 2 CF

So, the total number of CF to store a Wolfhound is 18 CF.

Another example is a maxxed out bare bones Airliner ...

1) Body 9 = 1458 CF

2) CF maximum (7,500 - 500 = 7000) = 7000 CF

This means to store a Body 9 Airliner takes a minimum of 8,458 CF space.

-Mike