Episode Forty Four – Gravity Princess

Gravity Princess

  • The lives, loves, trials, & tribulations of the crew, and sometimes the passengers, of the space-liner Gravity Princess as they travel from system to system
  • In a highly stratified space habitat, a group of people from wildly different social classes must work together to get their ‘princess’ back to where she belongs
  • A starship built from a hollowed-out asteroid travels the universe, rescuing lost spacecraft & giving the rescued a place to live. Nobody knows who built it, or why
  • Princess Gravity and the Curvature Squad!


Charles de Lint

Joss Stick


The Traveller RPG(s)
The Love Boat
Terran Trade Authority

Disney Princess
Princess Celestia
Princess Bubblegum
Princess Buttercup, from The Princess Bride
Sailor Moon

Elite: Dangerous
Euro Truck Simulator (wikipedia link)


Lady Blackbird
Lois McMaster Bujold

Halo Jones

Star Trek: Voyager
Kevin Sorbo

Big Dumb Object stories

Space: 1999
Eagle spacecraft
Brian Blessed

William Gibson
Hinterlands, by William Gibson

Ocean RPG

Porcelain Llama Theatre

Atomic Robo
Atomic Robo RPG

Fundamental Forces of the Universe
Higgs Boson
Sapphire & Steel
Power Rangers

Long Live the Queen

Fail Better

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2 thoughts on “Episode Forty Four – Gravity Princess

  1. MrTim says:

    On the Princess Diana RPG front, it’s already been done by Marcus Rowland, creator of Forgotten Futures. Diana, Warrior Princess (http://www.warehouse23.com/products/diana-warrior-princess) lets you role-play the life of Princess Diana and her friends as seen through the lens of a hypothetical cheesy, poorly-researched fiction series created 2000 years from now.

    • Avatar photo Craig says:

      I have an ethical question;

      Does wanting to play this, possibly as a LARP, or at least a costumed tabletop game, make me a bad person?

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