WHAT Are Your Favorite Spaceships from Movies And Television?

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I enjoy the Star Trek aesthetic where all the ships follow a similar design template, but my favourite is the TMT style ships.
 

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How could I not find an old thread and One Created. :(My god Im getting old.:(
 
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Not necessarily, seems like most people today are performing at reduced standards as if they were older. Its just a sign of the times. Forgetfulness is everywhere. Probably helps to reduce tension.
 

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:LOL: :LOL:, @AE35Unit

Possibly at the end of that one, or certainly in the second one they were talking of making tear-drop shaped space ships, for less friction in space and therefore better acceleration.
He did rather labour the point over the course of the rest of the series.

Incidentally, it did get better after the first book, but don't rush back to it, if it didn't already grab you.
 

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Nothing like Gamma World ?
Nothing at all like Gamma World. The game setting is far future on the fringe of massive space empire with a nearby alien races having their own empire. You could play pirates, merchants, mercenaries, politics.... I did play a post apocalyptic game though, one called Aftermath!

A friend of mine has created a game called Gramma World (for your post retirement adventures) DriveThruRPG
 

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Re: Traveller, here's the link to the main forum page with links there directly to the main game's main developer. It originally came out in 1977.
Traveller RPG
 

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I’ll see your Aftermath and raise you The Morrow Project...
 

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