Localized Artificial Gravity

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Localized Artificial Gravity (LAG) is a fictitious technology in the Star Citizen universe that allows for counteracting or generating gravitational forces on demand. LAG setup consists of three parts:[1]

  1. Gravplating which are panels that effect the artificial gravity.
  2. A particle generator that converts energy into fuel that makes gravplating work.
  3. Piping (or alternatively 'conduits' or 'nanotubes'[2]) that connects gravplates with particle generators.


  1. Comm-Link:Lore Builder - Twenty-One - Artificial Gravity. Spectrum Dispatch - Comm-Link
  2. Comm-Link:Lore Builder - Twenty-Two - LAG and Tags. Spectrum Dispatch - Comm-Link

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