# Thread: May Entry: Mordenkainen's Force Disc in the Infinite Astral Nebulae

1. ## May Entry: Mordenkainen's Force Disc in the Infinite Astral Nebulae

Okay, so you reappear on a glowing translucent force disc, about 30 metres across. All you can see are distant spiraling nebulae in all directions. What do you do?

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2. very nice... he could use a little more grounding though so he looks more like he actually is standing on the disc

3. I take out my fishing pole and sit at the edge for a few hours and see what's biting. Cool idea.

4. I think the disk is more like 12 metres, whatever a metre is. I don't speak British . The good news is that I measured the outside dimensions and they are indeed one infinity wide, plus or minus five metres.

5. Originally Posted by Immolate
I think the disk is more like 12 metres, whatever a metre is. I don't speak British . The good news is that I measured the outside dimensions and they are indeed one infinity wide, plus or minus five metres.
A metre is a meter

6. Originally Posted by Immolate
I think the disk is more like 12 metres, whatever a metre is. I don't speak British . The good news is that I measured the outside dimensions and they are indeed one infinity wide, plus or minus five metres.
I believe +/- 5 metres are a very acceptable varians on infinity.. ... And I'd like to see that tape measure some day

7. @Aenigma
I think he means he doesn't actually know how long a meter is, seeing as he is of the imperial persuasion. Silly Americans.

8. ## Imperial is Bristish!

Hey now, the Imperial system is British, that's where us silly Americans got the idea in the first place - inches, feet and yards is by its nature British. It's not our fault, you guys decided to dump your own system of measurement

Nice colors - er, colours??

GP

PS: looks good AvalP!

9. yeah, it would be a lot easier if we all had the same system, points in typography is another examples of an old system that stuck, InDesign calculates all in millimeters and then sweetly converts to points for its users *lol*. That being said, I do think that inches, feet, yards and miles are very fitting for fantasy roleplaying - and I do believe that even many americans think meters are fitting for sci-fi roleplaying? All about setting the feel of the game. But enough thread "stealing" *lol*... what up AVAL!!! stop sleeping and post some more..

10. All measurements are in Astral Metres. The Astral Plane having converted to the xeno-metric system earlier this week.

But for the sake of "fantasyfying" the feel of the image I could change it to feet.

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