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Well you know, given that I've conquered zir, there might be very little reason to talk about zir anymore. I wonder what "Cha Dawn transgendered" reveals on the internet? Looking... err, nothing. I did find it listed as an example of the trope, Viewer Gender Confusion. Looking to see if SMACX has any canon materials, like books. Seems Mike Ely wrote Centauri: Arrival and Cha Dawn is "he" in there. I guess I have to concede defeat. He has ambiguous portrait art and a horrible choice for a voice actor. Totally sounds like a girl or woman.
Hmm I agree with you on the factions. As it turned out I changed most of the original factions slightly, making them less extreme in their handicaps, and nerfing some of their advantages. For instance, nobody's getting +2 Support out the gate, it's way overpowered. Nor is Morgan going to be crippled with -1 Support, that's just a death sentence. Spartans don't get +1 Police anymore, that's Yang's turf, and I will not have the Spartans with better police than Yang. Spartans don't get an industry penalty anymore either though. Believers are now a Growth faction, with population boom as their big weapon, not probe teams. Police State becomes the slightly better way to do probe teams. They aren't as crippled at research. Generally speaking nobody gets +2 anything unless it's a late, powerful social engineering choice, and often not even then. A +1 in anything becomes much more significant, and there aren't anywhere near as many disruptive -2 things.I'm going to skip The Map of Planet though. I believe in playing on random maps, and also I want to playtest my extensive world building settings on an Enormous map. The mod is ready for beta testing now, I just don't have the energy right now to start playing. I'm thinking of taking the Fusion Power Is Now challenge 1st, although I might play both simultaneously, on different laptops. Got more battery power that way.
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