An Extraterrastrial's Guide to Earth

Written by the foremost Earthnomosist, Prof. Z. Globbernotz, this book describes Earth and all its inhabitant's quirks and behaviors.

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1. Planet Classification

As these will be referenced quite a bit, you may care to know them.

Level 0: Microbial life, or basic plants

Level 1: Sentient creatures living in caves, grasping the basics of fire and tools

Level 2: Small towns, farming, the wheel, basic weapons (swords, bows and arrows, spears, etc.)

Level 3: Basic automated transports, basic electricity, small explosives, firearms

Level 4: Intermediate aircraft, basic telescopes, cities, motion pictures

Level 5: Basic space travel, recently reached a moon, perhaps, basic nuclear weapons, non-lethal lasers

Level 6: Intermediate cryogenics, inter-solar system travel, primitive teleport, perhaps first contact with an alien race, laser weaponry, a world government, in some cases

Level 7: Advanced space travel, hovercrafts, moon colonies, extended lifespans, perhaps two or even three centuries of life expectancy

Level 8: Intergalactic governments, teleportation commonplace, extremely primitive time travel, only able to go a few minutes back or fowards

Level 9: Terra forming tech, efficient renewable resources, basic time travel for historical and scientific purposes, accidents commonplace

Level 10: Highest level, advanced and common place time and space travel, biological science and augmentation common, holograms, incredible life spans, most illnesses extinct, hyper-realistic simulations, floating cities, etc.

 

Note: Level 5 civilizations or higher are not permitted for occupation or terraformation by order of the Shadow Proclamation, Article 15, brought to attention by the Parlect IV incident. Level 8 civilizations okay to be occupied by the planet's consent, Level 9 can be declared war on. 

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