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Post by Rackle » Sat Apr 07, 2007 7:37 pm

I'm like to see a new guide developed, to reflect things that are current. I'll start...

Data Module 1 has a data rating of 1 and a memory rating of 20
Data Module 2 has a data rating of 3 and a memory rating of 40
Data Module 3 has a data rating of 5 and a memory rating of 70
Data Module 4 has a data rating of 7 and a memory rating of 110
Data Module 5 has a data rating of 9 and a memory rating of 125
Data Module 6 has a data rating of 11 and a memory rating of 150
Data Module 7 has a data rating of 13 and a memory rating of (have to check)

If you were creating an R2 Astromech, you would need to use a combat capable socket cluster. Rather inserting a lvl 6 module, you could use two lvl 3's and a lvl 1 to gain the same rating. Doing this lets you avoid using specific types of resources, and Electronic Memory Modules and GP modules.

Droid Item Storage 1 has a rating of 1 and will hold 1 item.
Droid Item Storage 2 has a rating of 3 and will hold 2 items.
Droid Item Storage 3 has a rating of 5 and will hold 4 items.
Droid Item Storage 4 has a rating of 7 and will hold 6 items.
Droid Item Storage 5 has a rating of 9 and will hold 8 items.
Droid Item Storage 6 has a rating of 11 and will hold 10 items.
Droid Item Storage 7 has a rating of 13 and will hold 10 items.
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Post by Cerceuil » Sun Apr 08, 2007 12:23 am

Im working up one atm as well. I have it mostly in my /notes pad, atm, as I add a few things here and there as Im working on droids.

Ill log on in a few and grab what I have and perhaps we can then get it formated up to one set.
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Post by Rackle » Sun Apr 08, 2007 12:50 am

I figure this forum is like a staging area, once the main site is up and running things can be consolidated, and some of these threads can be wiped out.
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