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A vague timeline at least, a more intricate examination of events would be better.
A vague timeline at least, a more intricate examination of events would be better. , these , , or human .
Revision as of 14:55, 17 March 2013
A vague timeline at least, a more intricate examination of events would be better. This is an alien culture, a completely different people to Homo sapiens. In fact, the reason these people have stumbled onto a cluster of viable planets around a cluster of stars is because they were terraformed millenia prior, by humans themselves, who are now a vanished people. Not sure how viable it is, but it might be nice for artifacts or ruins from prior human settlement to come up in the background.
- Reliable interstellar travel is only 50-80 years old
- Several worlds colonized and in better political and resource shape than home (US history analogue)
- NO alien sentient beings to displace. Just flora and fauna. Terraforming?
- Terraforming - if you can make interstellar ships, you can terraform.