Hi TITANs, flats and other H+s. I was reading the Sunward rule chapter and in particular the new morphs section, and I was left wondering if the Venusian Glider morph really could survive in Venus' (upper) atmosphere (in the lower, it would die in seconds). There are 3 factors which could affect the survivability of a morph in the Venusian atmosphere: -Temperature. Is the temperature at the standard flying altitude of the Glider around ~20 C? That would be quite the coincidence, especially considering the weird mix or chemicals it is made of. However, maybe the habitats are built so that the surrounding temprature is around 20 C. -Pressure. Either too low or too high, if you're not just at the right altitude. Again, maybe the aerostats' location is chosen for those conditions, but it looks difficult to have both 1 bar of pressure *and* 20 C at the same time. That would be quite the coincidence. (And yes, that's how thing are on Earth's surface, but the conditions are entirely different.) -Toxicity and corrosiveness. A good amount of the Venusian atmosphere contains sulfuric acid droplets/vapors. That's nasty for the complexion, and even though the respirocytes alleviate the need for breathing, having acid-resistant lungs and toxic filters could really save your life if you unwillingly breathe a bit of that nasty mix. I believe the Venusian Glider needs quite a few mods before being Venus-proof.
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