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Since I don''t know anything about them I want to gather some information on BSP Trees. To start off I have a few questions. 1. Would you water your BSP Tree often? 2. Do they provide an attractive way to provide shade for the binary sims? 3. How many leaves would you have to rake after it dies when you dont need it any more? 4. Is it easy to climb? 5. How fast can it grow? 6. Would I need to trim it? 7. How easy are they to plant? 8. Do they need a lot of space in your yard? 9. Are the genitically modified ones much better? 10. Are they strong and sturdy so they can hold many forts? 11. Can they be transplanted? 12. Do they thrive in a variety of environments? 13. Do they look good? I hope none of those are too abstract, and hopefully this is enough to clarify BSP trees for me.

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Hey, man, if you go to the post I have called "BSP Trees?" below, ppl already replied there so just check there!

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Ha ha. I thought this was serious, but instead it''s just some fool wasting my time. However in response to question no. 13, they do look good.

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I'm no fool . Just livening things up a little with something cheesy. If you examine the questions they all make sence and can be applyed to a real BSP Tree.

Edited by - UraniumRod on May 9, 2000 4:52:04 PM

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1. It usually only needs caring at the very start
2. With the right lighting it should do just fine
3. Depends on how big you let it grow
4. Real easy, a simple traversal from branch to branch
5. Extremely fast in high density areas
6. You might need to do some trimming if it gets to complex
7. Shouldn''t be too hard
8. They tend to require more space the higher density of the environment
9. Don''t know, perhaps it is possible to enhance the existing kind
10. They can hold plenty of forts
11. I''m not sure how it would be done, but maybe
12. The like it best in indoor areas
13. Depends on your taste, some like quadtrees better, or even octrees

I hope that clears things up for you

- WitchLord

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