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Summary 0016415: Pearl Necklace
Revision Nov 7, 2015 4:59 am by pumpkin
Description Planets are organized in a linear succession of pearls. Each pearl has a dozen of planets (a 80p map would have 6 or 7 pearls) and is separated by one planet having one wormhole leading to the next pearl and one leading to the previous. The necklace itself may form a ring or a string (necklace tied or untied), randomly or statically. The composition of the pearls is opened to debate and variants.

The players can take pearls as a whole and defend their two links. They also can choose and neuter one path through a pearl and use it to reach the next one.

Pearl Necklace - Simple

Each pearl has two side-planets, one linked to the next linking-planet, one linked to the previous one. Each side-planet is linked to three planets. Each of these three planets are linked to the three other by pairs.

. /o-o\
-o-o-o-o-
. \o-o/

Pearl Necklace - Complex

Each pearl has two side-planets, one linked to the next linking-planet, one linked to the previous one. Each side-planet is linked to three planets. Each of these three planets are linked to all the three other.

. /oXo\
-o-oXo-o-
. \oXo/

Pearl Necklace - Cluster

Each pearl is a random cluster, and the mapstyle by itself resemble a lot the cluster-simple mapstyle with clusters organized in a string or a ring.

Pearl Necklace - Microcosm

Each pearl has a different pattern chosen randomly among grid, crosshatch, honneycomb, concentric, pearl-simple or pearl-complex.


Note:
The size of the pearls for Simple and Complex can be increase to reach the 12 planets per perl (and 6~7 pearl on a 80p map) by adding one column of 3 planets on the middle.

. /o-o-o\ . . /oXoXo\
-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oXoXo-o-
. \o-o-o/ . . \oXoXo/

(ASCII-art is a bit messy when displayed in a web browser. Try copy-pasting them in notepad.)

EDIT: I added some images. It seems that the complete simple necklace isn't automatically displayed.
Revision Apr 28, 2015 1:49 pm by pumpkin
Description Planets are organized in a linear succession of pearls. Each pearl has a dozen of planets (a 80p map would have 6 or 7 pearls) and is separated by one planet having one wormhole leading to the next pearl and one leading to the previous. The necklace itself may form a ring or a string (necklace tied or untied), randomly or statically. The composition of the pearls is opened to debate and variants.

The players can take pearls as a whole and defend their two links. They also can choose and neuter one path through a pearl and use it to reach the next one.

Pearl Necklace - Simple

Each pearl has two side-planets, one linked to the next linking-planet, one linked to the previous one. Each side-planet is linked to three planets. Each of these three planets are linked to the three other by pairs.

. /o-o\
-o-o-o-o-
. \o-o/

Pearl Necklace - Complex

Each pearl has two side-planets, one linked to the next linking-planet, one linked to the previous one. Each side-planet is linked to three planets. Each of these three planets are linked to all the three other.

. /oXo\
-o-oXo-o-
. \oXo/

Pearl Necklace - Cluster

Each pearl is a random cluster, and the mapstyle by itself resemble a lot the cluster-simple mapstyle with clusters organized in a string or a ring.

Pearl Necklace - Microcosm

Each pearl has a different pattern chosen randomly among grid, crosshatch, honneycomb, concentric, pearl-simple or pearl-complex.


Note:
The size of the pearls for Simple and Complex can be increase to reach the 12 planets per perl (and 6~7 pearl on a 80p map) by adding one column of 3 planets on the middle.

. /o-o-o\ . . /oXoXo\
-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oXoXo-o-
. \o-o-o/ . . \oXoXo/

(ASCII-art is a bit messy when displayed in a web browser. Try copy-pasting them in notepad.)
Revision Apr 28, 2015 1:47 pm by pumpkin
Description Planets are organized in a linear succession of pearls. Each pearl has a dozen of planets (a 80p map would have 6 or 7 pearls) and is separated by one planet having one wormhole leading to the next pearl and one leading to the previous. The necklace itself may form a ring or a string (necklace tied or untied), randomly or statically. The composition of the pearls is opened to debate and variants.

The players can take pearls as a whole and defend their two links. They also can choose and neuter one path through a pearl and use it to reach the next one.

Pearl Necklace - Simple

Each pearl has two side-planets, one linked to the next linking-planet, one linked to the previous one. Each side-planet is linked to three planets. Each of these three planets are linked to the three other by pairs.

. /o-o\
-o-o-o-o-
. \o-o/

Pearl Necklace - Complex

Each pearl has two side-planets, one linked to the next linking-planet, one linked to the previous one. Each side-planet is linked to three planets. Each of these three planets are linked to all the three other.

. /oXo\
-o-oXo-o-
. \oXo/

Pearl Necklace - Cluster

Each pearl is a random cluster, and the mapstyle by itself resemble a lot the cluster-simple mapstyle with clusters organized in a string or a ring.

Pearl Necklace - Microcosm

Each pearl has a different pattern chosen randomly among grid, crosshatch, honneycomb, concentric, pearl-simple or pearl-complex.


Note:
The size of the pearls for Simple and Complex can be increase to reach the 12 planets per perl (and 6~7 pearl on a 80p map) by adding one column of 3 planets on the middle.

. /o-o-o\ . . /oXoXo\
-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oXoXo-o-
. \o-o-o/ . . \oXoXo/

(ASCII-art is a bit messy when displayed)
Revision Apr 28, 2015 1:47 pm by pumpkin
Description Planets are organized in a linear succession of pearls. Each pearl has a dozen of planets (a 80p map would have 6 or 7 pearls) and is separated by one planet having one wormhole leading to the next pearl and one leading to the previous. The necklace itself may form a ring or a string (necklace tied or untied), randomly or statically. The composition of the pearls is opened to debate and variants.

The players can take pearls as a whole and defend their two links. They also can choose and neuter one path through a pearl and use it to reach the next one.

Pearl Necklace - Simple

Each pearl has two side-planets, one linked to the next linking-planet, one linked to the previous one. Each side-planet is linked to three planets. Each of these three planets are linked to the three other by pairs.

  /o-o\
-o-o-o-o-
  \o-o/

Pearl Necklace - Complex

Each pearl has two side-planets, one linked to the next linking-planet, one linked to the previous one. Each side-planet is linked to three planets. Each of these three planets are linked to all the three other.

  /oXo\
-o-oXo-o-
  \oXo/

Pearl Necklace - Cluster

Each pearl is a random cluster, and the mapstyle by itself resemble a lot the cluster-simple mapstyle with clusters organized in a string or a ring.

Pearl Necklace - Microcosm

Each pearl has a different pattern chosen randomly among grid, crosshatch, honneycomb, concentric, pearl-simple or pearl-complex.


Note:
The size of the pearls for Simple and Complex can be increase to reach the 12 planets per perl (and 6~7 pearl on a 80p map) by adding one column of 3 planets on the middle.

  /o-o-o\ . . /oXoXo\
-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oXoXo-o-
  \o-o-o/ . . \oXoXo/

(ASCII-art is a bit messy when displayed)
Revision Apr 28, 2015 1:45 pm by pumpkin
Description Planets are organized in a linear succession of pearls. Each pearl has a dozen of planets (a 80p map would have 6 or 7 pearls) and is separated by one planet having one wormhole leading to the next pearl and one leading to the previous. The necklace itself may form a ring or a string (necklace tied or untied), randomly or statically. The composition of the pearls is opened to debate and variants.

The players can take pearls as a whole and defend their two links. They also can choose and neuter one path through a pearl and use it to reach the next one.

Pearl Necklace - Simple

Each pearl has two side-planets, one linked to the next linking-planet, one linked to the previous one. Each side-planet is linked to three planets. Each of these three planets are linked to the three other by pairs.

  /o-o\
-o-o-o-o-
  \o-o/

Pearl Necklace - Complex

Each pearl has two side-planets, one linked to the next linking-planet, one linked to the previous one. Each side-planet is linked to three planets. Each of these three planets are linked to all the three other.

  /oXo\
-o-oXo-o-
  \oXo/

Pearl Necklace - Cluster

Each pearl is a random cluster, and the mapstyle by itself resemble a lot the cluster-simple mapstyle with clusters organized in a string or a ring.

Pearl Necklace - Microcosm

Each pearl has a different pattern chosen randomly among grid, crosshatch, honneycomb, concentric, pearl-simple or pearl-complex.


Note:
The size of the pearls for Simple and Complex can be increase to reach the 12 planets per perl (and 6~7 pearl on a 80p map) by adding one column of 3 planets on the middle.

  /o-o-o\ /oXoXo\
-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oXoXo-o-
  \o-o-o/ \oXoXo/