I've created 2 PDFs, both too large for the site (569k and 380k, go figure) that contain enough to play out any IO campaign
Link is at http://www.cooltexan.com/PlanetData.zip
The first file:
Contains all the planet names, their coordinates, the stars in system, position and total # of planets, recharge/transit time, moons, gravity, atmosphere, water, temperature, climate, life, recharge stations, HPG, SIL, and population in 3079.
and the second file:
This one takes the above file, and extends it, so it gives you the random terrain/weather/environment tables to use when fighting it out on that planet!
All systems were generated with the explorer corps rules, with canon data where possible.
Now, what the colors mean:
red = a conflict, usually this was because explorer corps didn't allow a habitable planet in a system with those kinda stars at the position it listed. I hard-coded the number of planets in that system to the habitable position, and marked them in red.
green = this was data I generated, because I could find no canon data for it.
Yellow = These were things in the books I wasn't 100% sure of, only a couple.
If uncolored the data is actually from some published source somewhere, usually the various house books and field manuals.
Population was extrapolated based on the average and breakdown for the 123 listed 3079 populations. SIL was created based on the range of letters for each code.
MANY of these systems (hundreds) are not actually inhabited in 3079. I wrote these more as something to use as a guide for *any* timeframe, than a particular time.
Recharge is based on the star type, I used that calculation instead of anything printed (they nearly always lined up), transit time was the same situation.
I can make things like this in minutes (milliseconds if I ignore canon data), hopefully one of more of you find a use for it.
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