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    34 KB Warhammer 40k Planet Generation thread! Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)06:46 No.4697371  
    rolled 89 = 89

    In this thread, I shall make a planet using the Dark Heresy planetary information generator, and we shall see what awesome, if any, transpires.

    First, we roll 1d100 to determine the general planet type.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)06:47 No.4697372
    rolled 43 = 43

    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)06:49 No.4697390
    rolled 6 = 6

    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)06:51 No.4697410
    rolled 43 = 43

    Our first roll was 89, which lands us on a Frontier World on the edges of the Imperium, where the grip of the Imperial fist is weak. There are liberties available here which worlds well under the heel of the ecclesiarchy can only dream of.

    Next, we determine the tech level of our world, what technology is native to this world and need not be imported from elsewhere. Since we are on a Frontier World, we're rolling 35 + 2d10, which may seem low but then the table only goes from 1 to 6.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)06:56 No.4697442
    rolled 16 = 16

    4 + 3 = 7
    7 + 35 = 42
    42 = Low Imperial.

    Low Imperial is pretty good. The options are like this: Stone Age, Iron Age, Steel Age, Pre-Industrial, Industrial, Early Space, Advanced Space, Warp Space, and finally Low, Mid and High Imperial, with Advanced towering even above Imperial technology. As a Low Imperial Planet, we have the capability to make warp-capable spaceships, and we can easily make cybernetics, las weaponry, etc. Basically, everything that isn't listed as Rare or Very Rare is in our grasp.

    Next, the size of our star.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)06:57 No.4697454
    Interesting, please proceed
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:01 No.4697469
    Our star is almost inevitably medium sized, since that option spans from 15 to 75.

    The next portion will include a lot of rolling, since you have to figure out the influence of each and every part of the Imperium on your world. So I'll do it on an online dice roller, and report the results. But since we're a frontier world, we already know that the Adeptus Arbited and Adeptus Astronomica have no presence here, which is kind of worrying considering that we can build ships with Geller fields.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:08 No.4697503
    rolled 99 = 99

    Rolls on Frontiers are very low, but even so, this is kind of odd. Only the Adeptus Astra Telepathica, the Adeptus Mechanicum and the Adeptus Ministorum have even a token presence on this world, and that for administrative purposes only. This basically boils down to having a branch office open in at least one city somewhere on the surface, but no more. There is no Inquisition or Administratum presence on this planet at all, along with no Adeptus Arbites or Astronomica.

    Next, the size of this remarkably free world, which ranges from 5000 km in circumference to 500,000, with Holy Terra being at 40,000.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:12 No.4697515
    rolled 4, 7, 9, 6, 2, 4, 8, 7, 2, 7 = 56

    Holy shit.

    This is a massive world, one of the largest populated planets in the galaxy. I hope it's hollow or really not dense at all, because otherwise this is scary. Now to figure out how large we really are, using (10d10x5)x1000km.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:15 No.4697532
    This thread is fucking awesome.

    I mean, hot damn. At first I was like, .

    But then I was like, !
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:17 No.4697545
    By the way OP, I'm stealing this world. Whatever it ends up being like.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:18 No.4697556
    rolled 64 = 64

    280,000 km circumference. This planet has a planetary surface 49 times bigger than that of Holy Terra. Jesus fucking Christ. It really can't afford to be dense at all. That means there's no useful natural resources on the planet itself, which has to be fluffy or else crush all to death. Probably anything used in a factory has to come from asteroid mining.

    At any rate, how big a tilt does our monster planet have? This affects how much termperatures fluctuate from summer to winter.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:22 No.4697564
    I didn't know Dark Heresy had planet generation rules
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:22 No.4697571
    Goddammit OP. You aren't really rolling. This is copypaste faggotry :(
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:23 No.4697574
    rolled 92 = 92

    The axial tilt is moderate, between 16-25 degrees. In winter and summer, a deviation of a maximum of twenty degrees Celsius can be expected form this.

    Now we roll how long the day is, for which, given that our planet is so fucking huge, we get a nice +50 modifier to make sure it takes very long indeed.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:24 No.4697576
    This is just getting more and more hardcore fucking awesome.

    Demandan archive once planet is done.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:25 No.4697585
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:26 No.4697592
    rolled 7, 2, 1, 5, 5, 7, 7, 10, 3, 1 = 48

    Dude, you can see that I'm rolling. Check the email.

    Fucking hell, here we go again. 92 + 50 = 142, which means we get the longest day possible. 10d10x3 hours for planetary rotation! WHO THE HELL LIVES ON THIS WORLD, MAN?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:26 No.4697594
    This planet is between the size of Uranus [160,590km's] and Saturn [378,680km's].

    I don't think it's even possible for rocky planets to get that big. It's probably a gas giant. As a gas giant, the population could live entirely within an oxygen/nitrogen air mix at an altitude where the temperature, pressure and gravity is Earth normal on cloud cities. Mining various gases from lower altitudes and getting metals from the various moons.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:26 No.4697596
    Does it matter?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:26 No.4697598
    Is the planetary generator in one of the books?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:27 No.4697601
    Man, sucks to be working class on this planet.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:27 No.4697602
    I don't know, but they'd be fucking hardcore.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:27 No.4697605
    You've basically created a giant Venus.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:28 No.4697607
    The planet is made of Candy Floss. There shall be no argument over this, search your heart you know it to be true.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:28 No.4697611
    Except he's using the dice functions, and taking a long time to reply thus suggesting he's reacting to the results as he gets them?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:28 No.4697614

    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:29 No.4697616
    Now you know why there's only a token imperial presence on the world. It's not inhabitable. It's a mining colony.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:30 No.4697625

    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:30 No.4697632
    rolled 84 = 84

    It's this PDF I have. I'm not sure if it's on /rs/ or not. If it's not, I'll upload it as soon as I'm done with this planet.

    Well, Low Imperial technology is advanced enough to allow us to build GRIM DARK CLOUD CITY, like in The Guns of Tanith.

    One day takes 144 hours. Precisely 6 Earth-days.

    Now how long a year is. Our size doesn't affect this in the slightest.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:34 No.4697648
    rolled 7, 1, 4, 2, 3, 4, 6, 10, 9, 7 = 53

    Of course, as always, bigger is better. A local year is 10d10x9 Earth-days, and we'll see how much that is in local days. I'm not that good at astronomy, is it possible to figure out how far away from a star you are by how long your year is?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:36 No.4697652
    This seems fairly cool. Grimdark Cloud City. Where you pray to the Emperor that the Inquisitors don't alter the deal further.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:36 No.4697657
    Large gas giant without any real form of control from the oppressive authorities, where the populace reside in floating cities in orbit.

    Well done OP, you've just created Bespin.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:37 No.4697665

    Well... not really.

    The further you are from the star, the longer a 'year' will take. But if you're moving fast enough around it, you can still have a shorter year than planets closer to the star.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:37 No.4697667
    The local year is 79.5 local days long.
    I'm guessing that's all the timekeeping they bother with.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:37 No.4697668
    I gotta leave work in the next twenty minutes, any chance I can beg you to upload that pdf before I have to leave the broadband here, OP?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:38 No.4697670
    rolled 8 = 8

    There are 477 days in a year, making it 1.3 times longer than that of Holy Terra. In terms of local days, the year is 79 days long, with every other year being a leap year.

    How many moons does this motherfucker have? As always, being HUGE means we have HUGE AMOUNTS OF MOONS. Or in other words, a +50 modifier.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:38 No.4697675

    Small is relative I guess.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:39 No.4697681
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:39 No.4697682
    You have my undying gratitude, sir.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:40 No.4697683
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:40 No.4697688
    Oh damn, 436k? Sorry for making you go through that in advance, I didn't realize it would be small.

    Still, you are a consummate pleasan/tg/entleman and I thank you.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:41 No.4697694
    rolled 5 = 5

    Anyway, at 8, or more accurately 58, we have quite a sane number of moons. Just 1d5. Pity, I was hoping that we'd have something crazy like Saturn.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:43 No.4697700
    Well, if it's close enough to the sun or any other planetary orbits they could've easily been thrown into the sun or into space.

    On the other hand, they could've been used for testing certain weapons which turned them into a ring instead.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:43 No.4697706
    5 moons is still a lot if they are large.

    They could each be the size of Earth, for instance.

    And possibly habitable if this planet exists in the appropriate region around its star.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:46 No.4697719
    Do we roll for Mass at any stage? I need it to work out standard gravitational parameter.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:46 No.4697721
    rolled 21 = 21

    Now we are rolling how strong the gravity is. Oddly enough, the size of our planet has absolutely no effect on how many g's we have to suffer through. I'm still a supporter of Hollow Earth Theory, but it might be that we're floating high above the clouds of a gas giant as the poster earlier indicated. I'll make a decision once I see what the atmosphere is like.

    Now for gravity.

    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:48 No.4697728
    Does the book describe a way to get the size of the moons?

    Because if not, we could roll for each one - make the maximum size for a moon to be say, 1/5th of the planet's.

    So for example, between say 500 km's and 58,000km's circumference.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:51 No.4697744
    I suspect this planet is corrupted by Chaos. What other forces would actually WANT to live there?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:51 No.4697745
    rolled 4 = 4

    There is nothing interesting about our gravity at all. it is between 0.8 to 1.2 g, and thus has no effect mechanically on the game. If it had been bigger or smaller, you get bonuses or penalties to agility, strength and toughness for certain purposes.

    Now we roll atmosphere. We aren't interested in atmospheric pressure, but in the mix of gasses involved. It can either be okay, unpleasant but survivable, tainted, poisonous or downright deadly. This is what will tell us if we're on a gas giant or not, I'd say, since a gas giant will not have a breathable atmosphere.

    Unless it does. A gas giant made of carbon dioxide and oxygen? With flying trees floating in the denser portions of the atmosphere.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:52 No.4697756
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    >this thread

    Not the anon that asked, but thank you for uploading the .pdf
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:55 No.4697768
    rolled 78 = 78

    It doesn't say anything about the moons, beyond how many there are. That is indeed an option, but for now I'll go on to see what we can learn of the main planet itself.

    The air is fucking awesome, man. It's got that fresh morning crispness you get in the mountains during spring. It just makes you want to stand there and breathe in huge lungfuls of that awesome air while dew drops glitter on the grass around you. That's how nice our atmosphere is.

    Next is the Hydrosphere. How much water is there around? Not expressed in percentages, of course, but general description.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:57 No.4697781
    Probably not very likely, since oxygen is one of those kinds of gases that needs to be constantly replaced due to it reacting with everything.

    And trees aren't exactly going to be floating around on a gas giant.

    MAYBE some kind of oxygen producing algae-like plant, lighter than air, floats around getting moisture from the atmosphere and sunlight from the sun. Not sure if algae need more than just water+sunlight to survive/exist though.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)07:58 No.4697785
    >It's got that fresh morning crispness you get in the mountains during spring.

    inb4 planet is the afro of bob ross
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:00 No.4697801
    rolled 41 = 41

    Our world is deliciously moist, with lots of rainfall, big oceans and permanently sodden ground. Alternatively, if you're really into gas giants, we can argue that we have here a real honest to got Nepture As It Ought To Be, made of Carbon Dioxide, Oxygen and water vapor.

    Next is Terrain. Warhammer 40k is somewhat prone to creating planets with only a single type of terrain and biome, like Star Wars, so we're likely to get stuff like a Forest Moon or so on. In this case, we first roll to find how many types of terrain there are on the planet, so we might get a planet that has a Forest, or a planet that has a Forest, some Mountains and even a few Caves.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:03 No.4697811
    That's three terrain types.

    You also missed out temperature.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:05 No.4697820
    rolled 3, 86, 45 = 134

    At 41, our planet (since the tables assume we're not in fact going with a gas giant and in fact do not acknowledge the possibility that you might) is interesting enough to support three different types of terrain. Or, if you want to interpret it differently, three different types of terrain are interesting on this planet. I will reroll if the three different types turn out to be the same type, though this is unlikely.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:05 No.4697821
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:06 No.4697824
    According to my rough calculations and assuming a sun-like star the semi-major axis is 178,733,261ish km. Sounds about right.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:08 No.4697831
    rolled 9, 2, 37 = 48

    You're right, will fix that.

    Our planet is a planet of grasslands, small ravines...AND ACTIVE VOLCANOES.

    Also, temperature.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:08 No.4697834
    rolled 54 = 54

    Er, temperature again. This time properly.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:10 No.4697838
    Does being fucking huge have an effect to the amount of biomes?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:10 No.4697841
    If I'm reading this right...

    The semi-major axis = the distance from this planet to its star. Which is apparently 178,733,261 km's.

    The Earth is 150,000,000 km's from the sun. Mars is about 205,000,000 km's.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:13 No.4697853
    active volcanoes on a world this big what the hell
    what the hell man.

    This shit is fucked up.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:14 No.4697861
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    Holy shit.
    According to my roles my planets length of day is aprox. 1 hour
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:15 No.4697863
    rolled 63 = 63

    Completely and utterly average, with temperatures going from -10 degrees celsius to + 30.

    We are expected to figure out the Climate, the Continents and the native flora and fauna on our own. For now, I will neglect this because there is more rolling to do! Specifically, we still don't know how many people actually live on this huge, monstrous, completely ignored by the Imperium planet where the air is clean and the water is damn fine.

    Since we are a frontier world on the edges of the Imperium, we are sparsely populated and get a -20 modifier to our population. But since we are still HUGE, HUGE, SO FUCKING HUGE HOLY SHIT LOOK AT THE SIZE OF THAT THING, we also get a +40 modifier! So we end up at +20.

    At any rate, we're not allowed to roll over 25 billion, since that is the population of Scintilla.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:17 No.4697875
    haha, you're planet looks like a squashed ball. Possibly even like a very thick discus.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:18 No.4697877
    This is Warhammer 40k.

    We can just blame that shit on Chaos or something. Maybe some Orks got into the planet's core. Whatever.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:18 No.4697879
    okay Assuming 1g is at surface we have a rotational radius of 110,000 km.
    1 AU is 149 598 000 km.

    I don't think so Tim.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:20 No.4697882
    rolled 10 = 10

    No, and neither does anything else. You can technically have grassland on a world without water. The PDF is somewhat lacking in this department.

    Your planet is a rollercoaster!

    Nice, thanks.

    At 63, we have 1d10 hundred million people on this planet. With only a token presence by only a few of the Imperium's major players. There's just something so totally off here and I can't put my finger on what it is.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:20 No.4697884
    I don't even understand what you're saying.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:20 No.4697887
    Newbeard here. Is "Chaos did it" similar to "a Wizard did it"?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:21 No.4697891
    Everybody in light-compensating goggles!
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:21 No.4697892
    You forgot to add the +20 to the roll. Should be 1d5 billion
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:21 No.4697894
    Ah fuck I've realised what I did. And I can't be fucked fixing it.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:22 No.4697895
    I can't see this world being anything other than a pit-stop for rogue traders. It's too big to have any valuable resources and any resources there are, would end up being spewed out of those active volcanoes. Unless the resources flow back into the planet via the ravines.

    Now I am imagining a wonderful, beautiful grassy planet COVERED IN MAGMA STREAMS
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:22 No.4697897
    you have a world that should be full of imperial presence but just isnt with advanced technology. this could be an interesting campaign.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:22 No.4697899
    rolled 86 = 86


    Now for our system of government! There is a 10% chance that we are a democracy! Of course, there is a much larger chance that we are under one of several flavors of Dictators, a monarchy or some sort of theocracy.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:23 No.4697900
    >Something is off.
    Clearly this is a contested planet. The Imperium had a strong hold, but some things have gone tits up and they're relying messages instead of living there.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:23 No.4697902
    Okay then, divide the result by 2.
    5 billion people.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:23 No.4697903
    Pretty much.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:24 No.4697912

    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:25 No.4697917
    rolled 73 = 73

    There are 5 billion people on this planet, and they are ruled by a Church of the Machine God. A church of the machine god which is NOT ASSOCIATED WITH THE ADEPTUS MECHANICUM.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:28 No.4697936
    oh god what. so we have a warp capable planet run by tech heretics with very little imperial presence and no arbites or administratum?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:28 No.4697937
    Yeah, but with more OH GOD I CAN SEE FOREVER.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:30 No.4697944

    Dun Dun DUUUUN
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:30 No.4697949
    Yes. Not only that, but the Mechanicum is aware of this and have a token official presence there nevertheless. The Ministorum too.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:31 No.4697953
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    Sounds like heresy to me.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:31 No.4697955
    Hmm, this planet shall be named...
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:33 No.4697964
    Aren't the mechanicus and ministorum basically at each others' throats?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:34 No.4697970
    rolled 77, 68, 8, 93, 80, 88, 39 = 453

    The last and final remaining thing to find out is what, if any, standing armies this world has. Since we're a frontier world, we're pretty much screwed on that point, as despite our tech level, we cannot afford to constantly maintain orbital defense lasers, missile silos or a titan force.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:34 No.4697971
    That was a lot of work just to rip off Herbert.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:34 No.4697972
    Too be honest, Friend Fuklaw, everything sounds like heresy to you.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:35 No.4697975
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:35 No.4697977
    Let me conjure up an image here.
    I'm imagining huge tectonic disruptions on a huge planet. The world is covered in thousands of light, fluffy tectonic plates that can be better described as tectonic candyfloss. There are hundreds of active volcanoes all over the place, filling these gaps with lava. Where there are not volcanoes, the land is lovely and fertile, giving way to endless beautiful fields.
    The population density is tiny. You get small, isolated communities that don't really get off of their plates. Structures would be difficult to build because of the light and fluffy soil that has the density of candy floss. Walking on this planet is like wading through a swamp. I see hovercraft coming into extensive use here.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:36 No.4697982
    ... Not a single standing force.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:37 No.4697990
    ...and...NOTHING. THERE IS NOTHING. THERE IS NO STANDING FORCE OR ARMY. The only time these guys have even a single person armed and ready to fight a war is if they explicitly decide they need an army for the duration of the emergency.

    Maybe this is some sort of condition to be allowed to exist? "We'll let you have your planet so long as you never, ever have even the slightest army which would require actual effort for us to kick over."
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:38 No.4697992
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:38 No.4697994
    you are kidding me. this is getting crazy.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:38 No.4697998
    here. Here is what I got;

    Class: Forge World
    Tech: Advanced
    Sun Size: Medium


    Aribites: Slight
    Astra Telepathica: Slight
    Mechanicus: Dominating
    Administratum: Notable

    Size: Avarage (55,000km)
    Axis Tilt: Moderate (16-25o)
    Temperature: Summer: 51-70o/ Winter:11-30o
    Length of Day: 1 Hour
    Length of Year: 1128 days (Terran Year:0.12)
    Number of Satellites: ONE
    Gravity: Standard (0.8 to 1.2)
    Atmosphere: Poisonous
    Hydrosphere: Moist
    Terrain: Plateaus
    Population: 580,000
    Society Type: Hereditary Monarchy

    DEFENCES (Force Size/Quality)

    Enforcers: Small/Medium
    Standard Army: Large/Medium
    Titan Forces: Huge/Medium
    Naval Forces: Medium/High
    Orbital Stations: Tiny/High
    Missile Silos (planet): Large/High
    Missile Silos (orbital): Huge/High
    Defence Lasers: Medium/High

    What a MISERABLE place ;_;
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:40 No.4698004

    This is sounding more and more like a relatively calm and peaceful planet that has an undercurrent steeped deeply in politics.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:41 No.4698010
    I'm intrigued about the technocracy that runs the planet.

    This might actually be one of the few worlds where some kind of research is performed.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:41 No.4698014
    Perfect for a Dark Heresy campaign.

    Even better if it's a gas giant with moons, as it allows travel to completely new, separate locations [the moons] without entering the warp.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:41 No.4698017
    >Length of Day: 1 Hour
    >Length of Year: 1128 days (Terran Year:0.12)

    Is that even physically possible for a planet of that size?!
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:41 No.4698019
    I'm home now and having fun with this. I've rolled up some sort of tiny hell world with everyone living in some sort of subterranean cave network, mining and working for the administratum.

    This is hilarious, really; I got a radius of 17k km, on an average world. It should be tiny, by all rights.
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    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:42 No.4698022
    I was just about to post that...
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:43 No.4698026
    The moons might have the answer. That's where the Imperial Forces are... I'm sure of it.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:44 No.4698028
    Wait. You made a Bespin like gas giant ruled by a divergent technocratic faction, and despite all odds, it has a HUGE amount of titans?! Comparable to a forge world?!
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:45 No.4698033
    The best idea is to imagine it spinning so fast that anything that isn't absolutely certainly bolted straight down into the ground gets through off, causing the planet to leave a trail of asteroids in its wake.
    Then it orbits back again, and its gravity pulls the asteroids into the ground, creating massive tremors.

    A constant cycle of destruction that keeps the planet a wasteland. Althouh I imagine it would be quite a beautiful sight, looking out a window beneath the surface, up at the sky and the sun shoots through the sky in under half an hour.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:46 No.4698038
    No, the divergents are on the grassy volcanic frontier world. The Dominated-By-Mechanicum forge world with the one hour day has ONE HUNDRED TITANS TO LOSE.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:46 No.4698039
    I'm sure the planet will flatten itself and chunks of it will start to fly out from its "equator". 1 hour rotation, what the fuck.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:47 No.4698042
    It is a Forge World.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:47 No.4698045
    Alright, let's figure out what size the moons are.

    If we go by 1/5th the size of the parent planet as the maximum, we get the convenient table of

    Size || 000's of km's
    Miniscule 1d10+4
    Tiny 2d10
    Small 4d10
    Average 10d10
    Large (10d10)x2

    With the largest being roughly 1/5th the size of the planet. But what should the necessary rolls be? Evenly split 100 into 5 parts? Make it a smaller chance for miniscule and large, but greater chance for average?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:47 No.4698047
    >Althouh I imagine it would be quite a beautiful sight.

    >Atmosphere: Poisonous
    >Hydrosphere: Moist
    >Terrain: Plateaus

    I... don't think so
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:47 No.4698048
    ...As well as A HUNDRED BANEBLADES?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:49 No.4698056

    So what is the ecology on a place like this?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:49 No.4698058
    Probably very, very dead.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:49 No.4698060
    Unfortunately Gov'ner One hundred Titans have just gone out to serve...
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:50 No.4698061
    Volcanic soil is very fertile, so I'd imagine that you basically have rafts of blooming plants floating on a sea of magma.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:50 No.4698062
    I'm talking about the sky, you dolt.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:50 No.4698064

    Horray for random dice rolls
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:51 No.4698067
    I have a theory about those baneblades. I think Creed steals them and then deploys them out of fucking nowhere right behind his enemy's back.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:51 No.4698068
    rolled 79, 82, 58, 28, 39 = 286

    Size || 000's of km's

    1-10 Miniscule 1d10+4
    11- 31Tiny 2d10
    32-68 Small 4d10
    69-89 Average 10d10
    90-100 Large (10d10)x2

    I think this is reasonable. Let's see what we get.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:51 No.4698072

    A moist poisonous sky with whirling amounts of crushed mountains all around as the sun speeds across the sky?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:52 No.4698074
    Maybe not conventionally beautiful, but certainly an epic spectacle to behold.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:53 No.4698078
    Moon 1 = Average
    Moon 2 = Average
    Moon 3 = Small
    Moon 4 = Tiny
    Moon 5 = Small
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:53 No.4698080
    Addendum: Wait a minute. Grimdark Discworld?

    Is there a roll to check whether it's held by four very nauseous elephants on the back of a giant turtle that likes to spin way too much?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:54 No.4698084
    But that would take some sort of tactica-
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:54 No.4698085

    Truely a once in a lifetime experience, no doubt about that.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:54 No.4698086
    I am imagining something like this.
    Surface lava cools to an exceptable level, is extremely fertile, leaving thousands of islands in the middle of magma oceans.
    Rainfall would be just about constant. I'm imagining a very tropical sort of world here. Several of these islands would become basins where water is collected, while the rest of water probably pours back off into the magma and is recycled as steam again that goes up into the atmosphere and rains down.

    God damn, this frontier planet almost sounds like a nice place to live except for all the magma.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:54 No.4698088

    That actually sounds like a rather awesome thing to see.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:54 No.4698089
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:56 No.4698097
    rolled 2, 1, 10, 2, 7, 9, 7, 10, 2, 7 = 57

    Okay, previous rolling didn't work out. So here's rolling for the circumference on the first moon.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:56 No.4698098
    Colonists Needed!
    Tropical climate, breathable atmosphere, some risk of 4th degree burns. Good sense of balance recommended.
    >> KHORNE 05/29/09(Fri)08:57 No.4698100
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:58 No.4698103
    rolled 1, 4, 2, 9, 1, 5, 5, 6, 1, 1 = 35

    Moon 1 = 57,000km's circumference.

    Now for moon 2
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:59 No.4698106
    Keep in mind that in spite of all this, the atmosphere is crisp and clean. I imagine the rain cleans the air of any ash. Also, I suspect this would be quite a windy planet, since the magma and the volcanoes would maintain a constant network of pillars of rising warm air, which then cools and spreads our and falls and then flows back to the rising warm air.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)08:59 No.4698107
    rolled 8, 5, 2, 1 = 16

    Moon 1 = 57,000 km's
    Moon 2 = 35,000 km's

    Now moon 3
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    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:00 No.4698114
    rolled 7, 2 = 9

    Moon 1 = 57,000 km's
    Moon 2 = 35,000 km's
    Moon 3 = 16,000 km's
    Moon 4 =
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:01 No.4698121
    rolled 1, 9, 1, 2 = 13

    Moon 1 = 57,000 km's
    Moon 2 = 35,000 km's
    Moon 3 = 16,000 km's
    Moon 4 = 09,000 km's
    Moon 5 =
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:02 No.4698129

    Alright, the five moons of the OP's planet are:

    Moon 1 = 57,000 km's circumference
    Moon 2 = 35,000 km's circumference
    Moon 3 = 16,000 km's circumference
    Moon 4 = 09,000 km's circumference
    Moon 5 = 13,000 km's circumference
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:03 No.4698134
    You know, with that many moons, my first instinct is to say "fuck, the tides are going to be crazy on that world" but considering the sheer SIZE AND SCALE of the place...well, maybe not.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:04 No.4698140
    Yes, wouldn't it look incredible?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:06 No.4698149
    Given the world is SPINNING ITS OWN GUTS OUT, I'd say this is the least of our worries.

    Actually, with all the magma and death running around, I wouldn't be surprised if this "Imperial World" is just a Dwarf Fortress game in disguise.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:07 No.4698153
    Planet was created by Chaos. It is the only way.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:08 No.4698163
    So could someone summarize OP's planet like the dude with the 1 hour day did with his?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:08 No.4698165

    Spinning Death Ball is not the planet OP is working on.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:10 No.4698171
    I still think hovercraft would be the primary method of transport really. It's best to keep your feet off the soft, crumbly volcanic soil unleash it gives way and you end up sliding into a ravine.
    Think of it as having the density of snow. That should help. After a few feet down, it might be packed good 'n tough but otherwise, it'll be all soft and fluffy and you'd have to wade through it.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:11 No.4698174
    Ah, my bad.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:13 No.4698178
    Where can I find that Generator? Wich book? Someone RS that shit!
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:15 No.4698185
    see >>4697683
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:15 No.4698186
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:15 No.4698187

    here. Here is what I got;

    Class: Frontier World
    Tech: Low Imperial
    Sun Size: Medium


    Astra Telepathica: Token
    Mechanicus: Token
    Ministorum: Token

    Size: Massive (280,000km)
    Axis Tilt: Moderate (16-25o)
    Temperature: Summer: 30-40o/ Winter:-10-0o
    Length of Day: 144 Hours
    Length of Year: 79.5 local days
    Number of Satellites: 5
    Gravity: Standard (0.8 to 1.2)
    Atmosphere: Nice
    Hydrosphere: Moist
    Terrain: Grassland, Ravines, Active Volcanoes
    Population: 5 billion
    Society Type: Religious Theocracy (Machine God)

    DEFENCES (Force Size/Quality)
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:16 No.4698190

    Thanks guys, sorry 4 being a blind fag^^
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:17 No.4698199
    Heck, even where the soil wasn't like loose snow, you'd probably be faced with crazy overgrown grass that might be taller than a man can see.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:19 No.4698209
    Florida Everglades, with added MAGMA!
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:21 No.4698217
    Not to mention various hot springs and mud volcanoes.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:23 No.4698230
    Since the file is so small, can someone chuck it on Megaupload or something? Rapidshare doesn't work for me.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:24 No.4698231
    This planet shall be our Squat Fortress! Thanks for making this thread, OP.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:24 No.4698232
    Do you need an account to upload there?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:26 No.4698236

    I'm on it
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:27 No.4698241
    Do any of you guys mind if I make another planet?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:27 No.4698246

    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:28 No.4698250

    Go right ahead, hope for hilarious outcomes.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:28 No.4698251
    more planets are always nice
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:28 No.4698252
    Cheers, much appreciated
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:29 No.4698255
    rolled 61 = 61

    Let's start with type, then.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:30 No.4698264
    rolled 1, 9, 2, 8 + 20 = 40

    Oooh, shrine world.
    Tech level time.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:30 No.4698266
    To separate the planets, we can call the first planet Ix, the second Squat Fortress and we'll see what this third planet develops into.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:31 No.4698272
    rolled 95 = 95

    We've got a warp-space shrine world. That's okay.
    Now, star size.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:33 No.4698276
    so /tg/, what effect does the size of the star have in anything, honestly?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:34 No.4698278
    rolled 4, 7, 1, 3, 5, 1, 10 + 4 = 35

    ohshi HUGE SUN.

    Hopefully this won't be too bad for us. Time for our relations.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:35 No.4698289
    None. You'd think it'd influence the temperature, but it doesn't.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:36 No.4698295
    rolled 2, 1, 2, 2 = 7

    Adeptus Arbites: Token
    Administratum: Slight
    Ministorum: Significant

    Now for the rest.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:37 No.4698297
    rolled 40 = 40

    ... Wow, so those are the only present factions, then.
    Planet size time.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:38 No.4698300
    rolled 2, 5, 4, 2, 1, 4, 9, 6, 3, 5 = 41

    How irritating - average.
    Let's roll, anyway.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:39 No.4698304
    rolled 17 = 17

    41,000km circumference.
    How mundane.

    Axial tilt time.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:39 No.4698307
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:40 No.4698311
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:40 No.4698314
    rolled 77 = 77

    Only notable.
    Yet again - mundane.

    Let's go for day length.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:42 No.4698324
    rolled 3, 7, 3, 8, 9, 9, 10 = 49

    Be quiet, you tit. You have no idea what you're talking about.

    Anyway, 7d10 hours in a day.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:42 No.4698327
    Day length: A little over two?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:42 No.4698329
    rolled 56 = 56

    49 hours to a day. Double an earth day. Nothing too special.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:43 No.4698331
    rolled 10, 7, 3, 1, 9, 7, 3, 7, 5, 1 = 53

    Time for year length - 6x10d10!
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:45 No.4698338
    Class: Hive World
    Tech: Mid Imperial
    Sun Size: Tiny


    Adeptus Arbites: Moderate
    Adeptus Astra Telepathica: Major
    Adeptus Mechanicus: Slight
    Administratum: Moderate
    Adeptus Ministorum: Major
    Inquisition: Notable

    Size: Tiny (4,000km)
    Axis Tilt: Notable (6-15 Degrees)
    Temperature: Summer: 0 to 40/Winter:-20 to 20
    Length of Day: 16 Hours
    Length of Year: 1512 days (Terran Year:0.17)
    Number of Satellites: ONE
    Gravity: Standard (0.8 to 1.2)
    Atmosphere: Normal
    Hydrosphere: Damp
    Terrain: Caves & Broken Rock
    Population: 18 billion (oh boy)
    Society Type: Tyrannical Dictator

    DEFENCES (Force Size/Quality)

    Enforcers: / Large / Medium
    Militia: / Large / Medium
    Standing Army: / Huge / Medium
    Armoured Force: / Huge / Medium
    Naval Force: / Huge / Medium
    Orbital Station(s): / Medium / Medium
    Missile Silos (planet): / Huge / Poor
    Missile Silos (orbital): / Small / Poor
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:46 No.4698341

    A planet that big spinning that fast would have HUGE centrifugal force! At 1 g at the surface if you walked on the inside of the crust about 5m down you would have enough Gs to kill a person.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:46 No.4698342
    rolled 29 = 29

    318 days of 49 hours.

    1.8 Earth Years.

    Satellite time.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:46 No.4698344
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    >Population: 18 billion (oh boy)
    >Society Type: Tyrannical Dictator
    >Size: Tiny (4,000km)
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:47 No.4698346
    rolled 70 = 70

    One satellite.

    Jesus, can this shit get any more mundane.

    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:48 No.4698349
    rolled 45 = 45

    Would you look at that, standard gravity.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:48 No.4698352
    rolled 48 = 48

    Atmosphere's normal.
    What about hydrosphere?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:49 No.4698354
    rolled 57 = 57

    Hydrosphere: also, average.

    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:49 No.4698357
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:49 No.4698359
    You have it wrong, friend Anonymous. Orbital period is measured in standard days, not local days. For local days, multiply by 24 and divide by the hours in your local day.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:49 No.4698361
    rolled 94 = 94

    Temperature, average.

    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:50 No.4698364
    You're rolling up Boringville.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:51 No.4698368

    Just fudge something already.

    Force a 100 or a 1.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:51 No.4698369
    rolled 68, 13, 14, 40, 50 = 185

    Well, at least we've got a diverse planet here.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:53 No.4698380
    rolled 71, 32, 64, 50, 41 = 258

    One barren landscape, two continual forests, one set of dormant volcanoes and one landscape of broken rock.
    Looks like this shrineworld is a rocky, harsh wasteland. Probably a location host to important battles of the past
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:54 No.4698384
    Welcome to mundania!
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:54 No.4698385
    Getting interesting...
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:54 No.4698387
    rolled 99 = 99

    Time for population - with a minus ten modifier due to shrine world.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:55 No.4698390
    Oops, forgot to divide by hour, local year is 94.5 days
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:55 No.4698391
    Class: Mining World
    Tech: Early Space (= Stellar Colonisation)
    Sun Size: Normal


    Adeptus Mechanicus: Dominating
    Inquisition: Token

    Number of Satellites: 12

    Terrain: Islands, Cliffs, Sandy, Grasland, flat and rocky
    Population: 1 billion
    Society Type: democracy

    DEFENCES (Force Size/Quality)

    Enforcers: / riny / poor
    Militia: / tiny / poor
    Armoured Force: / small / poor
    Titan Force: small / medium
    Orbital Station(s): / small / medium/high
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:55 No.4698393
    rolled 5 = 5

    Wow, that's 89.
    1d5 billion.
    Here goes!
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:56 No.4698397
    rolled 46 = 46

    5 billion citizens!

    What society though?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:58 No.4698405
    Oh what the fuck. I go into my dice program to roll up a planet and somehow 4d10 gives me 42?!

    ...fuck it, I'm keeping this result. This planet is going to fucking drown in bureaucrats now.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:58 No.4698406

    Roll Society Type
    01-10 Democracy
    11-20 Elected Dictator
    21-30 Hereditary Dictator
    31-40 Tyrannical Dictator
    41-50 Elected Monarchy
    51-60 Hereditary Monarchy
    61-70 Religious (Local)
    71-80 Religious (Ministorum)
    81-90 Religious (Machine God)
    91-100 Oligarchy

    Hope for Tyrannical Dictator :-)
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)09:58 No.4698408
    rolled 62, 50, 48, 51, 54, 4, 68, 74, 9, 66, 20 = 506

    Elected monarchy (wait how does that work)

    Finally, military forces.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)10:01 No.4698422

    We have a defenseless shrine world with five billions citizens only an average planet with average temperature, average atmosphere, average hydrosphere with an average moon and AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAAAAAAAAAAAGE.

    Welcome to Mundania.
    Enjoy your average stay.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)10:03 No.4698433
    Mining World
    Warp Space
    Small Star
    Token Adepta Presence for all. Seriously, every roll I got a 5.
    30,000 KM in size
    Notable tilt 6-15 degrees. 10 degrees to - 10 degrees.
    20 Hour days
    1.5 Terran years.
    1 satelite.
    Standard gravity.
    Normal atmosphere.
    Aquatic hydrosphere.
    Warm temperature.
    (This may be a bit irrelevant, it's all water but let's do it anyway.)
    1 terrain type.
    Active volcanoes. (Uh oh... not so irrelevant...)
    3 Million population.
    Enforcers, Naval Forces and Defence Lasers.
    Enforcers = small, medium quality.
    Naval Forces = Massive, Medium/high quality.
    Defence Laers = Large, Poor to medium quality.

    Here's mine. It doesn't seem especially hilarious, but I don't know much about planets.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)10:11 No.4698470
    Planet class: Hive world
    Tech: High Imperial
    Star size: Large
    Adepta -
    Arbites: Major
    Astra Telepathica: Dominating
    Astronomica: Slight
    Mechanicus: Small
    Ministorum: Significant
    Inquisition: None
    Planet size: Average
    Axial tilt: Slight (+/- 5 degrees centigrade)
    Length of day: 29 hours
    Length of year: 105 standard days (87 local days)
    Satellites: None
    Gravity: Standard (1.2g, rolled a 90)
    Atmosphere: Normal
    Hydrosphere: Arid
    Temperature: Average
    Terrain: Volcanoes, flat rock, and columns.
    Society: Religious (Ministorum)
    Defenses -
    Enforcers: Massive, utterly shit quality
    Militia: Large, high quality
    Standing Army: Small, shit quality
    Armored Force: Huge and still shit
    Titan Force: None. If the above is any indication, they probably pressed the self-destruct.
    Private Army: Small, mediocre.
    Naval Force: Huge, and halfway decent.
    Orbital Station: None.
    Planetary Silos: Massive number, medium-high quality.
    Orbital Silos: Huge number, medium quality.
    Defense Lasers: None.
    Mercenary Force: Huge, and... surprise surprise, shit.

    I need a new dice roller, mine is broken and bureaucrats don't know how to fight.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)10:11 No.4698471
    Since it's a mining world, and therefore has mining colonies it'll need to have those colonies somewhere. I can think of three ways it would work:

    1)Undersea colonies.
    2) Flotilla Cities
    3) Volcanoes have led to lots of archipelagos (like Hawaii)

    All of these sound interesting to me. But I prefer to build universes in depth then play them in passing.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)10:40 No.4698656
    whats a good rolling program?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)10:52 No.4698727
    There's a program, 52k in size, named DieRoller.exe.

    Don't use it, it rolls 42 on a 4d10.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)10:59 No.4698773
    is there one that works?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)11:03 No.4698800
    Planet Class - Feral World
    Tech Level - Iron Age
    Size of Star - Medium
    Adepta Presence - N/A
    Size - Tiny (9000km)
    Axial Tilt - Slight (1 - 5)
    Temperature Variance - -5 / +5
    Length of Day - 21 hrs
    Length of Year - 270 Terran, 308.5 Local
    Satellites - 4
    Gravity - Light (0.5 / 0.7)
    Atmosphere - Normal
    Hydrosphere - Aquatic
    Temperature - Roasting (+151 / +300)
    1 - Moor
    2 - Active Volcanoes
    3 - Dormant Volcanoes
    4 - Flat Rock
    Population - 38
    Society - Religious (Machine God)
    Militia - large, shit
    Army - Massive, mediocre
    Private - medium, shit

    Now all I need to do is figure out what is a liquid at ~250 degrees...
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)11:05 No.4698814
    Microsoft Excel. Put this in:

    For other dice, change the 100 to a 10, or whatever. You'll have to go format>cells>number>0 decimal places, or it'll give you a shitload of decimals.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)11:55 No.4699156

    Planet Class - Hive world
    Tech Level - Mid Imperial
    Size of Star - Medium
    Adepta Presence -
    arbites: small
    astra telepathica: moderate
    mechanicus: small
    administratum: major
    ministorum: major
    inquisition: small
    Size - small: 23000KM
    Axial Tilt - moderate
    Temperature Variance - +20/-20
    Length of Day - 66 hours
    Length of Year - 567 terran/ 206 local days
    Satellites - none
    Gravity - standard 0.8 to 1.2
    Atmosphere - bearable
    Hydrosphere - damp
    Temperature - warm +31 to +50
    Terrain: broken rocks and islands
    Population - 17 billion
    Society - tyrannical dictator
    Enforcers: large/ poor/medium
    Militia: massive/ poor/medium
    Standing Army: large/ medium/ high
    Naval force: huge/ medium/high
    Missile silos (planet): large/ medium
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)11:56 No.4699169
    Type: Cemetary World
    Tech: Early Space
    Star: Medium

    Adeptus Arbites: Token
    Adeptus Astronomica: Token
    Administratum: Token
    Adeptus Ministorum: Notable

    Size: Tiny
    Circumferance: 13,000km
    Axial Tilt: Large (30 deg)

    Day: 27 Standard Hours (1.125 Std Day)
    Year: 315 Standard Days (0.86 Std Yr)
    (280 Planetary Days per Planetary Year, no leap)

    Sattilites: 2
    Gravity: Standard
    Atmo: Normal
    Hydro: Average
    Temp: 44-124 (Warm Winters, Hot Summers)

    Terrain: 5 Major
    Continual Forest
    Active Volcanos
    Broken Forest
    Dormant Volcanos

    Population: 1 Million
    Government: Theocracy (Machine God)

    Enforcers: Medium-Medium
    Standing: Small-Poor/Medium
    Private: Small-Medium
    >> Anonymous 05/29/09(Fri)12:27 No.4699399
    You guys do know that those temperatures are in centigrade, not fahrenheit, right?

    0 degrees is where ice freezes. 100 degrees is where water boils.

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