Only if you are saying Ubiquitous to mean every common man has one. You could say the 100 ton scout is "Ubiquitous", but I would think that they are less common than a $300k Ferrari on the streets of Backwater, Kansas. At least as far as the common man is concerned. Except, that it most definitely is Ubiquitous. Just like the Beowulf Far Trader.DFW wrote:
Absolutely agree. My point was that the "Floater" because of pricing, is the ONLY Grav vehicle that allows Grav vehicles to be "Ubiquitous". The other pricing means that they are as rare as a $300k Ferrari on the streets
of Backwater, Kansas.
In even closer terms an engine forward semi-tractor is the common semi-tractor in the US, one could even say it is "Ubiquitous", but I sure as **** can't afford 100k to buy one.
The price of the grav disk is off. And it has nothing to do with being ubiquitous or not.