Full Thrust Continuum Ultimate Ship Builder

Full Thrust Ship Calculator

This spreadsheet was developed to help make ship building an easier and more rewarding process for veterans and newcomers alike. If you have any comments or questions please post them to our website at https://emeraldcoastskunkworks.wordpress.com/ or to the Full Thrust Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fullthrust/. This spreadsheet was built using Apache OpenOffice 4.1.0 and is not guaranteed to work with any other version. You can download OpenOffice for free at http://www.openoffice.org/.

The “Calculate Hull Boxes” button uses a macro to display the hull box rows. If you have problems using this feature, you my need to enable macros. To enable macros, click on Tools\Options\Security\Macro Security and select Medium or Low.

Some calculations (Equip K-Gun Flak Ammunition and Equip Overloaded Pulse Torps) may not work if certain options are turned off. If you encounterproblems with these items be sure that “Enable regular expressions in formulas” is checked under Tools\Options\OpenOffice Calc\Calculate.

Follow this link to download the spreadsheet from Dropbox.
https://db.tt/Du4Okxvd

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5 thoughts on “Full Thrust Continuum Ultimate Ship Builder

  1. Hi, excellent work. Thanks for putting it so accessible.

    I think that there are 2 options left to implement in the spreadsheet (as far as I have seen up to now). The gatling battery and the twin particle array options lack the choice of the broadside disposition, which is allowed in your Cross Dimension Continuum rules.

    Thanks again.

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