Im not even requesting chapter titles (afterall, seeing entries like Characters, Equipment, Combat) doesnt due me any good.
Just some hard core answers. Are there Xenos for PCs? What are the worlds of origin? Are they same as DH/Similar in use, funciton?
Exactly what is the power tier difference? Is it in freedom and merely a Role Playing aspect, or is it actually in stats, skills and talents (XP)?
Yup. That's more what I was hoping for in an update.
If a rogue trader fleets leaves Cadia on 8.452.814M41 do they arrive before or after a Catachan frigate departing on 1.123.813M41 travelling through the warp with a rank 5 Navigator?
I...I don't know. AAAAAAAAAaaaah!
a trai en pace,
Before, after, or both, as determined by the vagaries of the Warp and the accuracy of the first datemark - if the check digit is an 8, then the date could be decades out...
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Or, on average, it might be even a bit more predictable than that. I kinda hope that things are a bit more consistent with the earlier 'fluff' on travel times for Navigators, but that calculated jumps utilise the premise whereby the distance along a warp route is determined by the number of jumps and a multiplier of the standard durations represented in WD139/140. In there, the calculated warp jump becomes the 'standard,' and Rogue Traders fight amongst themselves—undertake dangerous journeys—just so they can shave off one of those jumps, or perhaps even dangerous enterly a slightly faster current.
And, figuratively laughing, are the Navigators. One jump, one rule.
Heh, not as if that's going to happen, but there we go.