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Offline joek

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Is there any galactic time for the GTVA? Or do they just use old Earth months and days? Or should I just make it up since nothing was really specified?

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Offline Shrike

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Probably Terran Galactic Time (or Earth Standard)
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Offline Taristin

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Terrans and Vasudans use their own times... Theres Terran Standard Time, and Vasudan Starndard Time.
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Offline Ace

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Actually there is Terran standard (Earth, military time) local standard (what planet you're on) and then Galactic Vasudan Time. (GVT)
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Originally posted by Ace:
Actually there is Terran standard (Earth, military time) local standard (what planet you're on) and then Galactic Vasudan Time. (GVT)

Which is what I said, minus the local standard time...  
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Offline joek

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Thanks.

I guess I was thinking if there was like a GTVA time that they created, but I guess if they have the programs to translate the complex Vasudan speech while they're talking, then I guess they would still use old Earth months and days and have programs translate that into Vasudan time and such.

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