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Re: [GZG] Troop potential

From: John Tailby <john_tailby@x...>
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 13:24:16 +1000 (EST)
Subject: Re: [GZG] Troop potential

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ld it not be worse when there are loads of planetary units from
different colonies, each with their own divergent culture, separated by
non instantaneous travel and communications.
Before the advent of national TV and what was to become known as the BBC
accent there was a huge amount of regionalism in the dialects and
accents and that was in a small country like England.
Stick them on whole different planets and the accents might diverge
sufficiently that they need subtitles on movies shipped between planets.
It happens today for the US market (and this isn't a US bashing) music
artists and flim stars from the UK or other commonweath countries learn
to speak in US accents so they don't sound foreign to their audiences.

----- Original Message ----
From: Don M <>
Sent: Monday, 28 July, 2008 2:03:57 PM
Subject: Re: [GZG] Troop potential

2) This brings me round to point 2 of interesting implications for
GZGverse background. What are the efficiencies of scale that you see
once you reach a US (and presumably) UK troop size.
Also you'd have to take into consideration what time period in NAC
history we're talking about.
I'd think the difficulties and unit differences would be greater earlier

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