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Section - 31. How do I interpret the maps?

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Well, the stellar system maps and the galaxy map should be pretty
simple to figure out. Objects on the map which are darkened completely
are those in which you have people, either on ships or planets.
Objects which are partially darkened are those which you have data for
but no people present.

The planetary map is a grid. When you refer to a given sector, be sure
to use (column,row) and not vice-versa. If your toggle switches (see
"help toggle") are set in the default way, the highlighted sectors are
those with your people on them. Any sectors with numbers on them
represent sectors occupied by other players. Sectors with letters or
symbols on them imply the presence of a ship with that symbol.
Also as a part of the map, it lists how many sectors on the planet you
own, whether any aliens are present on the planet, what your
population is, the planetary compatibility (which depends upon
atmosphere and temperature), and a few other things that you can look
up in the help docs...it changes from game to game.

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Nov 21, 2012 @ 4:16 pm
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