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Michael R. Herrman

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Paperback and Kindle versions of The Legend of T93 are now available from Amazon.
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The Legend of T93
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message 2: by Michael (last edited Feb 19, 2013 06:17AM)

Michael Herrman Traveller wrote: "Ah, so glad that we're friends now! Now I can finally get it from the horse's mouth and ask you: "What is crysete?" :)"

The next step in construction materials. Super-dense and super-flexible. Capable of withstanding high temperatures and pressures. In the unwritten history of the T93 world, it's what revolutionized urban density and deep-earth construction.

Because it is (in theory) cheap, easy to use, and suitable for pumping into complex forms, it's also the reason why there were so many urban ground bursts. Current strategic theory holds that air bursts are the way to go in counter-value planning. Crysete changed that in this particular scenario, and resulted in multiple ground-level attacks on urban centers.


Traveller Ah, so glad that we're friends now! Now I can finally get it from the horse's mouth and ask you: "What is crysete?" :)


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