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Lifestyle

Lifestyle
ScopeLifestyleCostDescription
Shipboard Vagabond10crA wandering vagabond. You live on the ship. You eat the rations on your starship, and when the party visits a tavern, you drink water. Your clothes are worn, in some cases almost to tatters. You have no money for incidentals.
Working Passenger 20crA poor member of a starship crew. You live on the ship. You eat the rations on your starship, though you can partake in street vendor food to change things up. Your clothes are serviceable and maintained. You don't have much money, but you have enough for the occasional gift or small indulgence. Sometimes that gift is alcohol for yourself.
Crewmember 50crA middle-class member of a starship crew. You live on the ship. You eat the rations on your starship, though you usually have a cupboard with some spices and foods that you prefer. You can eat out when you want, though not always. Your clothes are varied, though you likely don't have any truly high-fashion articles of clothing. You have enough money for small self-indulgences and to buy gifts at the culturally appropriate times.
Wealthy 100crA wealthy member of a starship crew. You live on the ship. You eat the starship's rations with others to be sociable, though you usually eat out or partake in your private stash of higher quality foods. You drink top-shelf liquor and usually pick up a round for the table. You have fine outfits when you need them. You have money for thoughtful gifts any time, and your self-indulgences are many.
Luxurious250crMoney is not really a barrier to your enjoyment. You live on the ship. You eat whatever you want, whenever you want, and you usually buy rounds for the bar. You only wear fine clothes unless going to a bourgeoisie-themed party. You not only have gifts for all, but often leave things behind when they inconvenience you and just "get another one".
ResidentHomeless20crLiving on the street. You eat what food you can scavenge, and when the party visits a tavern, you drink water (if you're allowed in at all). Your clothes are worn, in some cases almost to tatters. You have no money for incidentals.
Lower-class 50crPoor but employed. You live in a boarding house, shabby studio apartment, or a hut in a shanty-town. Your diet mostly consists of staples, though you can partake in street vendor food to change things up once in a while. Your clothes are serviceable and maintained. You don't have much money, but you have enough for the occasional gift or small indulgence. Sometimes that gift is alcohol for yourself.
Middle-class 100crThe galactic average. You live in a nice home, an apartment or a decent house. You have a varied diet, though you have to pay attention to cost. You can eat out when you want, though not always. Your clothes are varied, though you likely don't have any truly high-fashion articles of clothing. You have enough money for small self-indulgences and to buy gifts at the culturally appropriate times.
Upper-class 250crWealthy. Your home is spacious and enviable, somewhere on a "Street of Dreams". You eat whatever imported thing is trendy, usually with expensive preferred brands. You drink top-shelf liquor and usually pick up a round for the table. You have fine outfits when you need them. You have money for thoughtful gifts any time, and your self-indulgences are many.
Rich500crMoney is not really a barrier to your enjoyment. You eat whatever you want, whenever you want, and you usually buy rounds for the bar. You only wear fine clothes unless going to a bourgeoisie-themed party. You not only have gifts for all, but often leave things behind when they inconvenience you and just "get another one".
GuestHosteler40crHomeless abroad. You stay in drug dens and flophouses since you haven't set up a safe place for yourself. You beg or steal your clothes. When the party visits a tavern, you're probably not allowed in without a demonstration of purchase or a patron. Your clothes are worn, in some cases almost to tatters. You have no money for incidentals.
Migrant 100crA poor worker on the road. You stay in cheap motels and have to guard your things. You eat cheap staples and occasionally skip meals. Your clothes are serviceable and maintained. You don't have much money, but you have enough for the occasional gift or small indulgence. Sometimes that gift is alcohol for yourself.
Traveler 250crA middle-class member of galactic society, abroad. You stay in generic hotels that are painfully uniform. You eat out most meals, a lot of street food. Your clothes are varied, though you likely don't have any truly high-fashion articles of clothing. You have enough money for small self-indulgences and to buy gifts at the culturally appropriate times.
Vacationer500crHave money, will travel. You stay in fine hotels with good views. You eat out at nice restaurants and seek out fun restaurants. You drink top-shelf liquor and usually pick up a round for the table. You have fine outfits when you need them. You have money for thoughtful gifts any time, and your self-indulgences are many.
Jetsetter1,000crThe concierge takes care of everything. The hotel you're staying in is known by name planet-wide. You eat whatever you want, whenever you want, and you usually buy rounds for the bar. You only wear fine clothes unless going to a bourgeoisie-themed party. You not only have gifts for all, but often leave things behind when they inconvenience you and just "get another one".

Food and Beverage

Alcoholic Beverages

Federation
  • Beer (lighter, clearer kinds, like lagers and pilsners) [Recog]
  • Berry wines (common varietals include brambleberry, duskberry, and raspberry) [Vrar]
  • Brandy (made from dandelion wine) [Summer Elf]
  • Dandelion wine [Summer Elf]
  • Honey mead [Vrar]
  • Machine oil (fermented pudding, thick like molasses or honey, high proof) [Recog]
  • Plum wine (actually grain alcohol in plums) [Summer Elf]

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