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Alright people, a v1.0 of the GGWU map is up, you can see in the wetpaint wiki or here: http://blitzfenix.deviantart.com/art/GGWU-Galaxy-Map-158939039

its still under construction and stuff that is to be added is on the submission description. Read it all plz.
Feedback is appreciated.
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| March 30, 2010, 11:13 am
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Commented in Maox already. What i forgot:

The attack line of the Mysterion fleet is very simple. It's a mostly linear course crossing earth alliance space and leaving it into a border region. But Yuri made an attack on Gamah-4 before my series so they may entered Maox space before shortly.
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| March 30, 2010, 2:50 pm
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Quoting Christian Schlichting
Commented in Maox already. What i forgot:

The attack line of the Mysterion fleet is very simple. It's a mostly linear course crossing earth alliance space and leaving it into a border region. But Yuri made an attack on Gamah-4 before my series so they may entered Maox space before shortly.

but the Mysterion fleet is actually attacking like, the Earth Alliance and MAOX space? like an invasion? I thought it was only on Earth
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| March 30, 2010, 4:11 pm
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Quoting Bernardo BLITZ Silva
but the Mysterion fleet is actually attacking like, the Earth Alliance and MAOX space? like an invasion? I thought it was only on Earth

No, there was a single attack in one of Yuri's mocs so the fleet or a part of it was in maox space before. The curious thing is that it just rushed through the space. The only attacks known were Terra Firma Complex (AG), the destruction of the Nagasaki (border E.A.) and station 77 (E.A.). An invasion didn't happened. Actually, it's unknown where the fleet is after it crossed solar system.
looky here:
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/139114
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| March 30, 2010, 4:19 pm
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the homeworld of the NEOS is called Skaborr, where SKABORR supposely originated. It is right on the top right peak of NEOS space.

Another important world is Trelask, the homeworld of the NEOS subrace (the main race of the NEOS is the Skaborr, similar to a COP human in many ways but different in others. The Trelassi have a subrace called the Lyssul) called the Trelassi.




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| March 30, 2010, 4:56 pm
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Quoting Delta Kevin 22
the homeworld of the NEOS is called Skaborr, where SKABORR supposely originated. It is right on the top right peak of NEOS space.

Another important world is Trelask, the homeworld of the NEOS subrace (the main race of the NEOS is the Skaborr, similar to a COP human in many ways but different in others. The Trelassi have a subrace called the Lyssul) called the Trelassi.




thx, that was important
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| March 31, 2010, 12:10 pm
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Quoting Christian Schlichting
No, there was a single attack in one of Yuri's mocs so the fleet or a part of it was in maox space before. The curious thing is that it just rushed through the space. The only attacks known were Terra Firma Complex (AG), the destruction of the Nagasaki (border E.A.) and station 77 (E.A.). An invasion didn't happened. Actually, it's unknown where the fleet is after it crossed solar system.
looky here:
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/139114

mhmm... I saw this before, but one question, how do we know which object numbers have already been discovered? imagine I want to build a new Mysterion, how do I know what number to call it?
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| March 31, 2010, 12:14 pm
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Quoting Bernardo BLITZ Silva
mhmm... I saw this before, but one question, how do we know which object numbers have already been discovered? imagine I want to build a new Mysterion, how do I know what number to call it?

Most actual list after "Mysterion Lovers":
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/146748
You can use what's free. The numbers are mixed, originally, it's supposed to be the order of first encounter/addition into UMRC database. Currently, i'm using the 7XX for real new objects in my story but also try to fill the lacks. I also tried to put similiar ones together but that doesn't really work.
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| March 31, 2010, 1:02 pm
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Quoting Bernardo BLITZ Silva
thx, that was important


yeah, so change the thing that says (unknown homeworld location).
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| March 31, 2010, 9:54 pm
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Quoting Delta Kevin 22

yeah, so change the thing that says (unknown homeworld location).

in v1.1
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| April 1, 2010, 8:58 am
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A new version of my map is here, I guess its more "realistic" if you can call it that...
So check it out here: http://blitzfenix.deviantart.com/art/GGWU-Galaxy-Map-v-1-1-159162206 or on our Wetpaint wiki.
This is version 1.1 and suff that is missing is still missing, expect a new v.1.2 soon...
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| April 1, 2010, 1:09 pm
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Quoting Bernardo BLITZ Silva
A new version of my map is here, I guess its more "realistic" if you can call it that...
So check it out here: http://blitzfenix.deviantart.com/art/GGWU-Galaxy-Map-v-1-1-159162206 or on our Wetpaint wiki.
This is version 1.1 and suff that is missing is still missing, expect a new v.1.2 soon...

Yeah, that's good so far.

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| April 1, 2010, 1:17 pm
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I don't want to stress you but is there's a chance of the next map in the next weeks (with coordinates system)? I'd like to use correct ones in my next comic episode if that's possible. But can wait a bit, it's also another sidelink to Depredation in it.
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| April 10, 2010, 7:30 pm
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This conversation is for everything about creating/expanding the starmap, positions of systems and stars etc. only.

I took the last one and added some details from my comic series. I'd me glad if someone finds a more detailed milky way if possible. I compared it with many others on the web and more actual ones from the nasa. Feel free to add and discuss.

http://i.imgur.com/84Utzyc.jpg
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| March 13, 2014, 7:47 pm
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Don't move things like that xD
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| March 13, 2014, 7:50 pm
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Quoting Christian Schlichting
This conversation is for everything about creating/expanding the starmap, positions of systems and stars etc. only.

I took the last one and added some details from my comic series. I'd me glad if someone finds a more detailed milky way if possible. I compared it with many others on the web and more actual ones from the nasa. Feel free to add and discuss.

http://i.imgur.com/84Utzyc.jpg


This is the one we use in 23c:
http://i.imgur.com/5i7mOAQ.jpg
Directions:
http://i.imgur.com/wLjXIn4.jpg
For reference, Tarsis is just to the left of the final leg of the final M in "Scutum-Centaurus ArM."

I've been trying to make a good map for 23C, but my artistic abilities are mediocre at best. That, and there aren't really borders in 23C. The galactic map would look more like a map of ancient Sumer, just a bunch of scattered cities under one king-city. In this case, it's thousands of scattered planets under a single world's command:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Cities_of_Sumer_(en).svg

Space is more like an ocean full of islands than a land you can draw a line on. But we are humans, and we deal with lines easier than a bunch of dots. Lines are also a lot easier to draw. Plus, who wants to look at clusters of dots separated by vast empty spaces?
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| March 13, 2014, 8:10 pm
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I'm trying to do a map on the big image I posted. It's getting to the point where it takes 15 seconds to save... Guess it's back to Crusader Kings 2 for tonight.
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| March 14, 2014, 1:25 am
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Awe's map is better, very detailed. Astronomes made big steps with telescope technology the last 10 years. And you're of course right, galactic empires aren't that homogenic, they can control this star and the next 30 not and then another one. We can only mark a general piece of space that is under military and political control and those under heavy culturl influence of a faction, black parts are unexplored space.
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| March 14, 2014, 11:47 am
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I'm not an artist: http://i.imgur.com/llNNAFR.jpg

I was worried it'd be too big if I tried to upload it in png.

Going by spread alone, it seems Tarsis should be able to steamroll everyone, and Digondar should be the fifth great power. HOWEVER: Tarsis may cover lots of territory, but they lost a third of their entire navy just over a century ago (Tarsin ships are made by hand, very high quality work, but it takes a long time to replace them), so Tarsis is in no condition to mount an offensive with ascendant powers like Thyrenda and some of the bigger petty states on their doorstep. Digondar covers lots of territory too. They were the first non-founder state to join the Coalition, after all, they were out helping the Tarsins fight barbarians while mammoths and sabre-tooth tigers still walked on Earth. But because Earth, MAOX, and NKOS all out-tech them, and Tarsis out-numbers them, Digondar is not considered a great power. More like a secondary or regional power. Othaen and the Vasilitaj are just there, the former is trying not to get swept away, the latter doesn't care about what's going on. They were around when the Sluur were, so they've weathered worse than this.

I've tried to emulate the Stab as best I could, I might have overdone it though. The NEOS on the original map is kinda odd, so I just made it a blob here like all the others.

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| March 14, 2014, 4:18 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
I'm not an artist: http://i.imgur.com/llNNAFR.jpg

I was worried it'd be too big if I tried to upload it in png.

On that Map, I would say the Evdaph would be to the left of both MAOX and the NKOS, and likely began taking the territory in between the two factions, as they have engaged Skaborr, MAOX, and the DA, and have also pushed into Earth Alliance Territory.
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| March 14, 2014, 4:55 pm
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Quoting Gideon Creator of... Stuff
On that Map, I would say the Evdaph would be to the left of both MAOX and the NKOS, and likely began taking the territory in between the two factions, as they have engaged Skaborr, MAOX, and the DA, and have also pushed into Earth Alliance Territory.


Exactly, in reference to Christian's map both the Evdraph and the NKOS should be moved closer to Digondar and Earth, making contact respectively between Skabor and the Coalition, and the Krill and DA more likely
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| March 14, 2014, 5:30 pm
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Quoting Gideon Creator of... Stuff
On that Map, I would say the Evdaph would be to the left of both MAOX and the NKOS, and likely began taking the territory in between the two factions, as they have engaged Skaborr, MAOX, and the DA, and have also pushed into Earth Alliance Territory.


http://i.imgur.com/0D1T1Il.jpg
Like so? It took me an hour to figure out I can't draw bubble arrows, so I went into paint to do it the old fashioned way.

Quoting Delta Kevin 22

Exactly, in reference to Christian's map both the Evdraph and the NKOS should be moved closer to Digondar and Earth, making contact respectively between Skabor and the Coalition, and the Krill and DA more likely


Well, shoot. Back to GIMP now.
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| March 14, 2014, 5:59 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

http://i.imgur.com/0D1T1Il.jpg
Like so? It took me an hour to figure out I can't draw bubble arrows, so I went into paint to do it the old fashioned way.

Quoting Delta Kevin 22

Exactly, in reference to Christian's map both the Evdraph and the NKOS should be moved closer to Digondar and Earth, making contact respectively between Skabor and the Coalition, and the Krill and DA more likely


Well, shoot. Back to GIMP now.

That looks good to me. I'm sure a good portion of that sector of the galaxy would be designated Evdraph territory.

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| March 14, 2014, 7:20 pm
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I'll get on Paint and give an exact interpretation of Skaborr space itself soon enough. Your interpretation of the Stab and the DA invasion route is very good!
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| March 14, 2014, 7:32 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

http://i.imgur.com/0D1T1Il.jpg
Like so? It took me an hour to figure out I can't draw bubble arrows, so I went into paint to do it the old fashioned way.


Well, shoot. Back to GIMP now.


Not what I meant Awe. I meant that Christian's map needed the NKOS and Krill to be moved a bit. I hadn't looked at your latest one at the time, which seems to be pretty accurate. Is it safe to say that, in the same way first contact and war with Earth was with the Arkanins/Othaen and the Vasij, the NKOS first encountered the Digondarian League?

In the Skaborr thread we'll have to go into more detail on the Skaborr involvement in the Great War of Man (< what I believe the Tarsins would call it), as it doesn't even have mention on the Tarsin history page yet, due to the details being...convoluted to say the least
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| March 14, 2014, 11:04 pm
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