Restarting the Game - The Gryphon Monarchy.

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Restarting the Game - The Gryphon Monarchy.

Postby kedrake on Fri 06 Jun 2014 13:34

I lost all of my computer files for the previous set of turns I had posted before, and I have now gone back and recreated everything (finding a bunch of mistakes as I went). While I am still running the game for at least 4 different empires, I am only going to record the tale of the Gryphon Monarchy here.

Please feel free to comment and correct as you see fit....
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January, Age of Expansion, Year 1

Postby kedrake on Fri 06 Jun 2014 14:02

The Gryphon system has an Orange K2 star at its center. There are 6 planets and 1 asteroid belt, as well as 9 moons. There are 2 colonies of 2,500,000 people each; one on the only moon of the 3rd planets, a type B,(Gryphon-III-I) and the third moon of the of the fifth planet (a type G gas giant) (Gryphon-V-III). These locations were settled earlier because of the very rich resources found on these two type mB moons.

Gryphon itself is the 2nd planet (Gryphon-II) and while it does have one moon, that moon is tidelocked to the planet and is a type mH with an extreme environment. While it also has very rich resources it is slightly down on the list of inter-system colonization.

In-system surveying has located 3 warp points in the Gryphon system. Each is detailed below:

Warp Point 1 - Located 144 Light Minutes from the primary, at a bearing of 8 o’clock. ( All system bearings assume that center of the Galaxy is located at a bearing of 12 o’clock, no matter what system it might be). According to the new scale developed by our scientists it has been identified as a type “C”. This warp point has been briefly probed by survey forces and leads to single star system with an Orange K0 star with 6 Planets (one in the liquid water zone) and an asteroid belt. The entry warp point into this system is 156 Light Minutes from the primary, at a bearing of 10 o’clock. This system has been named Bristol.

Warp Point 2 - Located 192 Light Minutes from the primary, at a bearing of 9 o’clock, has been also been classified as a type C. This warp point leads to a single star system with a massive Blue Giant star and no planets. The entry warp point into this system is 264 light minutes from the Blue Giant at a bearing of 6 o’clock. This system has been named Leeds.

Warp Point 3 - Located 6 light hours (360 light minutes) from the primary, the type D warp point is also at a bearing of 8 o’clock. This warp point leads to a single star system with a White A7 primary with 7 planets, 2 in the liquid water zone. The entry warp point is 192 light minutes from the primary at a bearing of 11 o’clock. This system has been named Cambridge.

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In preparation for the Gryphon Monarchy to begin its expansion into space, the Royal Gryphon Navy (RGN), has been built up into a massive of force of 3 Destroyers, 3 Frigates, 6 Escorts, 51 Explorer Craft, and 3 small Courier ships. The Gryphon system itself has also been fortified with 6 defensive bases each as large as a destroyer but with none of the internal volume being taken up with engines.

It is current fleet policy that even the escorting war ships of an exploration fleet should be able to participate in the surveying duties. Accordingly the Magellan Class Escorts and Erickson Class Frigates mount science instruments.

Marco Pollo-class EX 7 HS / 7 TS
[2] SAHsQaXaYa(Ias)(Ia) [6/3]
Trg: 1 Cost: 123.8 / 18.6
8 HTK Sx1 Ax1

Courier-class EX 7 HS / 7 TS
[2] SAAQaHs(Ias)(Ia)Ya [6/3]
Trg: 1 Cost: 95.8 / 14.4
8 HTK Sx1 Ax2

Magellan-class ES 12 HS / 12 TS
[2] SAH(Ia)QaXaYa(Ia)Ra [6/3]
Trg: 1 Cost: 187.6 / 28.2
9 HTK Sx1 Ax1 Rax1

Erickson-class FG 22 HS / 22 TS
[2] SSAAHsQa(Ias)(Ia)XaGaQa(Ia)RaYa(Ia)Ga [5/2]
Trg: 1 Cost: 333.2 / 50
16 HTK Sx2 Ax2 Rax1 Gax2

Talon-class DD 30 HS / 30 TS
[3] SSSAAAHQa(Ia)QaRa(Ia)MgRaYa(IaIa)Ga(Ia)Ga [5/2]
Trg: 1 Cost: 422 / 63.3
20 HTK Sx3 Ax3 Rax2 Gax2

Guardian Class BS-1 30 HS / 30 TS
Sx4Ax4HQa(Bsa)QaRaRaM1YaMgRaGa
Trg: 2 Cost: 329 / 16.5
19 HTK Sx4 Ax4 Rax3 Gax1

There are 3 exploration fleets (The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd) each with 17 Marco Pollo explorers, 2 Magellan Escorts, 1 Courier explorer, and 1 Erickson Class Frigate as the flagship.

Home Fleet has also been organized and currently consists of 3 Talon Destroyers (RGS Talon, RGS Claw, and RGS Nail).

Fortress Command currently has 1 division (the 1st) consisting of 6 Guardian class BS1 stations (2 stationed 2 light seconds from each warp point).

Sector Command currently consists of 1 Space Station with 10 Shipyard Modules.

Income for the month is 2670 mega credits.

Fleet maintenance is paid for eating up nearly 62% of the available funds.

Research is begun in 3 different areas of science, and a small bit of work is done on general improvements to our economy, all to the tune of over 15% of the total budget.

A new Talon class DD is laid down at the shipyard, as home fleet is currently way under its projected force level. Cost is almost 16% of the budget.

Using the built in capacity of the CFN, this month an additional 500,000 colonists are added to each existing moon colony, reaching the limit that each moon can support. Additionally, 200,000 colonists create an outpost in the asteroid belt located 17 LM light minutes from the primary in what would have been the position of the 4th planet of the system if the Gas Giant 33 LM out had not either shredded it or prevented it from forming in the first place. Cost = Free.

The Monarchy’s budget ends with 6.8% surplus to be carried over to next month (with interest).

The 1st Exploration Fleet under command of Marshal Cromwell in the FG Erickson transits into the Bristol system. Both Magellan Class escorts (Hennepin and Raleigh) and the Courier class explorer (Heremes) head to the Bristol-I, the planet in the habitable zone of the planet. Every ship in the survey fleet is a war ship, and each of them carries a gig capable of helping with the habitable worlds survey so the three ships orbiting the planet act as staging for the 21 gigs available to the fleet and a habitable world survey begins.

[21 survey points per turn for the gigs, 1 point for the Courier, and 3 per turn from both Magellan class ships = 28 total / turn]

The rest of the fleet begins a warp point survey of the system.

[3 survey points per turn for each 17 Explorers = 51, plus 2 points for the Erickson class FG = 53 total / turn]

The 2nd Exploration Fleet, under command of Marshal Montfort in the FG Lucent transits into the Leeds system. As there are no planets … well no ANYTHING really … the entire fleet begins a warp point survey.

[3 survey points per turn for each 17 Explorers = 51, plus 3 points for each Magellan = 6, plus 2 points for the Erickson class FG = 59 total / turn].

The 3rd Exploration Fleet, under command of Marshal Walters in the FG Vivid, transits into the Cambridge system. According to fleet doctrine in systems with potential habitable worlds (and Cambridge has 2 of them) the two Magellan Class escorts (Windt and Xuanzang) and the Courrier Class EX (Wake), take station on Cambridge-III (the planet in the habitable zone closest to the primary) and begin to stage gigs out of their bays while conducting a habitable world survey. [28 points per turn]

The rest of the fleet begins the warp point survey. [53 points per turn].
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February, Age of Expansion, Year 1

Postby kedrake on Mon 09 Jun 2014 10:12

Income from the Gryphon system hits 2724 mega credits (MC). Added to the 185 MC in account from last month leaves 2909 MC in available funds.

Fleet Maintenance holds steady in terms of total MC spent but drops to just over 60% of Total Gross Income (and under 58% of total available funds).

Research continues on Sensors, Science Instruments and Electronics; however because the start-up costs of those projects have been paid the continuing research is only 50% of what it was last month. Research is begun on Sprint Missiles. Research also continues at a fairly slow rate in Economic Infrastructure. R&D costs only amount to slightly over 10% of TGI.

A new, larger type of ship is laid down at the sector command ship yards. 50% larger than a destroyer, the Light Cruiser will be a welcome addition to the fleet. The first ship laid down is classified as a Light Command Cruiser as it includes a Combat Information Center to maintain overall command of a battle:

Flechette Command CL 45 HS / 45 TS
[3] Sx4Ax3HQa(Ia)Ra(Bsa)Qa(IaIa)(CICa)YaGaQaMg(Ia)RaM1(IaIa)Ga [4/2]
Trg: 2 Cost: 640.3 / 96.1
26 HTK Sx4 Ax3 Rax2 Gax2

A derivative of this class is the standard Flechette which loses the Combat Information Center but gains an extra Standard and two extra Sprint missile launchers.

Flechette CL 45 HS / 45 TS
[3] Sx4Ax3HQa(Ia)RaGa(Bsa)Qa(IaIa)RaYaGaQaMg(Ia)RaM1(IaIa)GaGa [4/2]
Trg: 2 Cost: 639.3 / 95.9
28 HTK Sx4 Ax3 Rax3 Gax4

The standard Flechette will begin construction as soon as the difficulties of building a ship this large are worked out on the Command variant. The initial Command Light Cruiser should be finished at the shipyard in August and delivered to the fleet in early September.

Work continues on the Talon DD currently in the shipyard and that ship should be finished in next month and delivered to home fleet for April.

Construction costs for the month balloon to over 32% of the TGI.

Using the built in capacity of the CFN, this month an additional 1.35 Million colonists (27 PTU) are added to the outpost in the asteroid belt growing it overnight into a Colony.

In Bristol the Warp Point Survey continues and just slightly over 50% completed. Hennepin, Raleigh, and Heremes finish the Habitable Worlds survey on Bristol-I and classify it as a Type T planet; however it has a Harsh environment and Very Poor resources. The 3 ships and 21 gigs begin an asteroid belt survey.

In Leeds the Warp Point Survey continues and is nearly 60% complete.

In Cambridge the Habitable worlds survey if finished on Cambridge-IV, a type ST world with Poor resources. The three ship detachment from the 3rd Exploration Fleet (Windt, Xuanzang and Wake) begin a Survivable Bodies Survey. The rest of the fleet continues calculating the existence of any other warp points in the system.
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March, Age of Expansion, Year 1

Postby kedrake on Tue 10 Jun 2014 09:25

Income from the Gryphon system hits 2776 mega credits (MC). Added to the 105 MC in account from last month leaves 2881.8 MC in available funds.

Fleet Maintenance holds steady in terms of total MC spent but drops to just under 60% of Total Gross Income.

Research continues, with Sprint Missiles finishing the last of the costly “start up” phase of research. R&D accounts for almost 14% of TGI.

A new Talon class DD is completed at the shipyard, as well as 2 Marco Pollo class explorers (These small explorers can be built from start to finish in just 3 weeks). Work continues on the Flechette Command Light Cruiser.

In Bristol, Warp point and Asteroid Belt surveys continue, both should be done next month.

In Leeds, the Warp point survey is nearly 90% complete.

In Cambridge, Warp point and Survivable Body surveys continue, these two should be finished early in April.

Using the built in capacity of the CFN, this month an additional 1.35 Million colonists (27 PTU) are added to the Colony in the asteroid belt, bringing the population to over 2.9 Million. Very shortly this colony will turn into a full fledged Settlement.
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April, Age of Expansion, Year 1

Postby kedrake on Thu 12 Jun 2014 12:59

Income from the Gryphon system is 2830 MegaCredits. Total available funds are 3470 MC.

Fleet maintenance holds steady, but will be going up next month in total MC with the addition of the Talon DD and 2 Marco Pollo explorers. This month however maintenance is at just over 58% TGI, the lowest level yet.

Research continues on Sensors, Science Instruments and Electronics (which could start to show results any time now). Also research continues on Sprint Missiles and Economic Advancement (which still have a ways to go before any success can be achieved). Research accounts for just over 17% of TGI.

The Talon DD Rake is delivered to the fleet and made a part of Home Fleet. Two new Marco Pollo Explorers (EX-52 and EX-53) are also delivered and are the first units in the new 4th Exploration Fleet. The 4th will be comprised of only 13 Explorers and no armed ships. This group is optimized to conduct any type of survey except a warp point survey in only 1 month. Work continues on the Flechette Light Command Cruiser and it is nearly 47% completed. 3 More Marco Pollo Explorers and built for the 4th Exploration Fleet. Total construction costs for the month come to just over 13% of TGI.

In Bristol, the 1st Exploration Fleet finishes the Asteroid survey and the Warp Point Survey, revealing 1 additional warp point located 247 Light Minutes from the primary at a bearing of 2 o’clock.

In Leeds, the 2nd Exploration Fleet finishes the Warp Point Survey revealing 1 additional warp point located only 96 Light Minutes from the primary at a bearing of 9 o’clock.

In Cambridge, the 3rd Exploration Fleet finishes a Survivable Bodies survey. Of note among the bodies surveyed are a Type B planet with Rich resources (making it just a valuable as a small asteroid belt), 5 Very Rich mB moons, a Super Rich mB moon orbiting the Cambridge-VII Gas Giant (Cambridge-VII-IV). Added to the type ST world surveyed in February, Cambridge may end being the location of our first extra-solar colony (unless the Survivable Bodies survey of Bristol turns up better than expected). The Warp Point Survey discovers 1 additional Warp Point 252 Light Minutes from the Primary at a bearing of 6 o’clock.

Using the built in capacity of the CFN, this month an additional 1.4 Million colonists (28 PTU) are added to the Colony in the asteroid belt, boosting it from a Colony to a Settlement with a population of over 4.3 Million.

The three new ships added to the fleet drill under the watchful eye of Seneschal Ashdown and their performance increases from Poor to Green.

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May, Age of Expansion, Year 1

Postby kedrake on Fri 13 Jun 2014 14:20

Income from the Gryphon system is 2885 MegaCredits. Total available funds are 3860 MC.

Fleet maintenance has risen to over 1750 MC and has gone back up to over 60% of TGI

The budgeting office has been very frugal so far this year and our budget surpluses have been adding up. This month we dip into that surplus and pour the Mega Credits into the R&D department. For the first time this year research into our economic expansion is maxed out for the month. Maximum research is conducted in all current projects and the startup costs are paid out for research in Regular Missile Technology. Total R&D expenditures are a whopping 33% of TGI (although only around 25% of the total available funds).

Work continues on the Light Cruiser in the shipyards, 3 Explorers were finished last month, and another Talon DD is laid down. Construction accounts for over 14% of the TGI.

The CFN is hired to transport 1 Million colonists (20 PTU) to the Super Rich Desolate moon Cambridge-VII-IV. 400,000 colonists also make the move out the Gryphon system asteroid belt (for free), bringing the population in the belt to over 4.75 Million. Colonization costs for the month = 25% of TGI (18.6% of available funds).

EX-54, 55, and 56 are delivered to the 4th Exploration Fleet, bringing the total ships in the 4th up to 5 of the planned 13 ships.

In Bristol, the 1st Exploration Fleet conducts a survivable bodies survey. Of the 15 moons in the system, 1 (an mF) possesses Super Rich minerals (although it has an Extreme habitat), and 1 (an mB) is Very Rich. An asteroid survey will need to performed. Marshal Cromwell in the FG Brilliant, probes the one Warp Point discovered by the survey ships and finds a single star system with a White A3 primary, no habitable planets, 3 Gas Giants and an Asteroid Belt where the habitable planet should be. He names the system Dudley.

The 2nd Exploration Fleet, under command of Marshal Montfort in the FG Lucent probes the only unexplored warp point in Leeds and finds a double Red Star binary system. The primary has no habitable planets, but does have 3 gas giants with 11 moons and a type B planet. It also has a Cold Asteroid Belt. The companion does have a type T world, as well as 2 Gas Giants (with 6 moons). Montfort names the system Thetford, and while most of the fleet beings a warp point survey, 3 ships move to the companion and begin a habitable worlds survey on the type T planet.

Marshal Walters in the FG Erickson, leader of the 3rd Exploration Fleet, probes the single unexplored warp point in the Cambridge system and finds a double Yellow binary system. The primary has no habitable worlds, but does have 2 type B and 3 Gas Giants. The companion star has a type T, 2 type G planets and an asteroid belt. Walters names the system Trent, and standard survey procedures commence.

Scientists report success in the area Science Instruments, and Electronics (both now SL2). Several new items are now available for research in the area of electronics, but even more interesting a new Branch of research that is now available in a new technology called Datalink. This technology would allow ships to fire as a group in such a way that their volleys would have the same “time on target” and arrive as 1 larger salvo. This Datalink technology will require a significant breakthrough by our R&D teams, but we are willing to give it a try.

New ships and crew training continues in the home system. All 3 new explorers progress from Poor to Green and 1 of the existing Green explorers attains a rating of Average (as a reward, EX-53 is made the flagship of the 4th Exploration Fleet and its commanding officer, Knight Pennybaker, is promoted to Marshal).

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June, Age of Expansion, Year 1

Postby kedrake on Thu 19 Jun 2014 14:47

Income from the month is 2947 MegaCredits. Total available funds are 2958 MC.

Fleet maintenance has risen to over 1800 MC and has gone up to over 61% of TGI

Research continues on Sensors which could start to show results any time now. Also research continues on Sprint Missiles, Regular Missiles and Economic Advancement (which still have a ways to go before any success can be achieved). Research is started on Basic Level CIC systems (CICb) a very minor improvement on our Alpha Level system (CICa). Research accounts for just nearly 22% of TGI.

Work continues on the Flechette CLC and a new Talon DD. As no new units are started this month, construction costs are 0.

The CFN is hired to transport 750 thousand colonists (15 PTU) to the Super Rich Desolate moon Cambridge-VII-IV, bringing that moon from outpost to a colony. 700,000 colonists also make the move out to the Gryphon system asteroid belt (for free), bringing the population in the belt to over 5.5 Million. Colonization costs for the month = 10% of TGI.

The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Exploration Fleets start or continue survey work in Dudley, Thetford, and Trent respectively.

New ships and crew training continues in the home system. One new explorer progress from Green to Average.
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July, Age of Expansion, Year 1

Postby kedrake on Tue 24 Jun 2014 14:17

Income for the month breaks 3000 MC (3010 to be precise). Total available funds are 3221 MC.

Fleet maintenance holds steady in terms of actual amount, but falls to an even 60% of TGI.

Research continues on Sensors and Sprint Missiles, which could start to show results any time now. Also research continues on Regular Missiles, (CICb), and Economic Advancement (which still have a ways to go before any success can be achieved). Scientists are still trying to establish a technology base to begin work on Datalink Technology. Research accounts for over 22% of TGI.

Work continues on the Flechette CLC (which will be finished next month) and a new Talon DD is completed. As no new units are started this month, construction costs are 0.

The CFN is hired to transport 1 million colonists (20 PTU) to the colony on the Super Rich Desolate moon Cambridge-VII-IV. This influx of kingdom citizens will very nearly max out the available space on that moon. 500,000 colonists also make the move out to the Gryphon system asteroid belt (for free), bringing the population in the belt to over 6 Million. Colonization costs for the month are nearly 24% of TGI, a large investment but the income from this moon will pay that back in just over 8 months.

The 1st Exploration Fleet completes the Survivable bodies survey and continues the Warp Point Survey in the Dudley system. The system boasts 2 Super Rich type mB moons, 4 Very Rich mB Moons and an Asteroid Belt (yet to be surveyed) orbiting at 11 Light Minutes from the Primary.

The Habitable Worlds survey on ThetafordB-II is completed, the planet has Harsh environment and normal levels or resources. Warp Point Survey is continuing by the 2nd Exploration Fleet.

The Habitable Worlds survey on Trent-II is completed by the 3rd Exploration Fleet, and the news is good. Although the planet presents a Harsh environment, it is blessed with Very Rich resources. Colonization efforts will begin immediately. The Warp Point Survey continues by the bulk of the 3rd and will completed next month.

An interesting point to note, the Cambridge - Trent warp point is a new type (on the Trent end) never before discovered. Our current level of Science Instruments would have no chance of detecting this new type of warp point and we can only use it now because the Cambridge end of the Warp Point is easier to find. Warp points also seem to have different capacities, that is, only a certain amount of hull sizes may pass through them at a specific rate without them becoming destabilized for a short period of time.

The Astrography division has created a labeling system for Warp Points with this in mind. Type 1 warp points are easy to detect and so far all but 1 of the 12 warp points discovered are of this type. Type 2 are Concealed from our current sensors, but our scientists think it might be possible to develop science instruments that could detect Type 2 Warp Points. Some scientists think there may be ever more types of Warp Points that could be even harder to detect, but only time will tell. Warp Point Capacity will be broken in 6 different classes labeled A (the smallest) through F (the largest). Accordingly, the Trent end of the Cambridge - Trent warp link is a Type 2C, while the Cambridge end is classified as a Type 1C.
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August, Age of Expansion, Year 1

Postby kedrake on Wed 25 Jun 2014 15:06

Income for the month hits 3075 MC.

Fleet maintenance holds steady in terms of actual amount, but falls to less than 59% of TGI.

Research continues on Sensors and Sprint Missiles, which could start to show results any time now. Also research continues on Regular Missiles, (CICb), and Economic Advancement (which still have a ways to go before any success can be achieved). Scientists are still trying to establish a technology base to begin work on Datalink Technology. Research accounts for just under 19% of TGI.

Work is finally completed on the RGS Flechette, the lead ship in our new light cruiser class. Additional ships of this size will be much faster and cheaper to build now that we have the knowledge gained from building something this size. The Flechette will join the fleet next month. As no new units are started this month, construction costs are 0.

The CFN is hired to transport 1.5 Million colonists (30 PTU) to the Harsh, but Very Rich planet Trent-B-II. Skipping the outpost classification entirely and becoming a colony as soon as everyone has disembarked. This massive effort costs' equal over 21% of TGI, and use nearly 98% of the CFN’s Cryogenic Quarters Capacity for colonists.

The Talon DD Graze (completed last month) is added to the Home Fleet and begins training under the watchful eye of Seneschal Ashdown (along with a single Marco Pollo EX that has been under performing during training exercises).

The 1st Exploration Fleet continues the Warp Point Survey and an Asteroid Survey in the Dudley System and both will be done next month.

The 2nd Exploration Fleet works on the Survivable Bodies Survey on Thetaford-B, and completes Warp Point Survey of the Thetaford System, finding no more warp points.

The 3rd Exploration Fleet works on the Survivable Bodies Survey of Trent-B, completes the Warp Point Survey of the system and discovers 1 additional Warp Point located 276 Light Minutes from the Primary at a bearing of 8 o’clock. Depending on how the survey in Dudley System works out, this might be the only unexplored warp point in the Kingdom.

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Re: Restarting the Game - The Gryphon Monarchy.

Postby Moonsword on Wed 25 Jun 2014 15:22

I'm enjoying reading through this. The map's especially crisp.
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