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Order of Battle
#1
Month 9, Day 23, 22 ABY

1  |  Executor-class Star Dreadnought  |  475,994,772 upkeep  -  Starting PDF
4  |  Imperial II-class Star Destroyer  |  47,265,852 upkeep  -  Starting PDF
6  |  Victory II-class Star Destroyer  |  28,246,442 upkeep  -  Starting PDF
10,000  |  TIE/LN Starfighter  |  27,827 upkeep  -  Starting PDF

Total Upkeep: 1,112,806,832 credits
#2
Month 9, Day 24, 22 ABY

1  |  Executor-class Star Dreadnought  |  475,994,772 upkeep  -  Starting PDF
4  |  Imperial II-class Star Destroyer  |  47,265,852 upkeep  -  Starting PDF
6  |  Victory II-class Star Destroyer  |  28,246,442 upkeep  -  Starting PDF
1 | Imperial II-class Frigate | 9,831,986 upkeep - Production Order #001
10,000  |  TIE/LN Starfighter  |  27,827 upkeep  -  Starting PDF

Total Upkeep: 1,122,638,818 credits
#3
Note: In the above examples, the player has completed production of a new unit and is updating their OOB. In their "original" OOB they have posted the units they received in their starting PDF, and provided links to the original restart team post as validation of those units. When they posted the updated OOB they included a link to the Production Order that generated the new unit added to the OOB.

The OOB posts also include links to the unit posts in the military forums, have the correct upkeep listed for each item, and have the correct total upkeep value. This is all essential information (the inclusion of the links for ease of reference by the avatar team is also essential) for the avatar team and it makes their job easier ensuring a smooth and productive round for everyone.

Your OOB, like all planet records, is subject to audit at any time. Errors identified by the Avatar team are subject to credit and/or TPV penalties equal to 10% of the identified errors.


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