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|This world is most fabled for Bibeian lethal brandy but beset by a evil disease.|
|Old Galactic Catalogue Entry for 1:181 (Bibe)|
There are 4 direct Witchspace Routes from/to Bibe:
|Liquor/Wines||21.2||24.1||27.2||25||32.5||40||100.0%||'Et', the fabulous beer only made in Bibe|
|Average prices are based on long-term established averages (the so-called arithmetic mean). The average quantity is based only on quantity values greater zero. Availability gives a percentage whether a good is available in this system. Please note that these are statistical data. GalCop regulations expressively forbids the broadcasting of actual prices beyond the current system.|
The human colonists of Bibe are widely known to be skilled farmers and hunters. Individuals who expatriate from this rather primitive planet may be encountered working for GalCop, or immersed in criminal enterprises alike.
Routes and regions
Bibe is a member of The Devil's Triangle region.
In Galactic Navy OXP, this system falls under the responsibility of the Navy Command Station 10 in Oresle.
The Traders Almanach
|If the limiting factor is the size of the cargo bay, you've got to get the best gain per unit: The top choice in Bibe is to move either fur coats or containers of 'Et', the fabulous beer only made in Bibe, to Retila, Ininbi, or Riraes. With a little lower gain you can also transport the these furry coats to Ququor. On another thought, piracy has been reported to be on the rise in Retila and Riraes. The Bibeian lethal brandy actually is not meant for human consumption. It is an effective stomach insecticide, and therefor outlawed in Anle, Tiraor, and a number of other worlds inhabited by insects or insectoids.|
|(Excerpt from: The Traders Almanach entry for 1:181)|
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