FD think tedium is ‘game’ i believe
With the possible exception of real-life gaming machines, with all the psychological engineering that goes into their design they're definitely exploitive if not borderline oppressive for many people....
it is literally impossible for a video game in which participation is purely voluntary to be in any way "oppressive".
Manipulation =/= oppression.With the possible exception of real-life gaming machines, with all the psychological engineering that goes into their design they're definitely exploitive if not borderline oppressive for many people.
Off topic but anyway..
Try telling that to the kid who just got banned from Overwatch, hounded off social media and called all sorts of nasty names for making an "okay" gesture.it is literally impossible for a video game in which participation is purely voluntary to be in any way "oppressive".
Borderline' oppression.Manipulation =/= oppression.
No one is putting a gun the your head and making you pull the lever for the first time, and all addictions start somewhere.
No one with the freedom to speak on this forum is being oppressed in any capacity, not by the word's actual definition.
Emphasis mine...Oppression, lol. Wow.
FDev like a little trolling now and then. I do enjoy the idea of combat minmaxers being encouraged to try other gameplay. It's like that with pretty much all engineers, you want one of their uprades? You'll probably be doing some activity you don't normally bother with.
Thank you Cmdr , I actually bought a couple of small ships and a medium, just to spam the engineers when things go quiet, probably unnecessary but I didn’t want to mess my load outs upon my existing fleet up there. ..players can mock the region and facilities all they want...personally I love it...it’s varied and stunningly pretty . Let the lazy insta gratification players crack on in the rat pits of the bubbleAll Colonia engineer modules upgrade through exactly the same rules and usage requirements. If a module is behind the others, that's because people aren't doing upgrades for it - there's nothing to fix. If you want it higher quickly, you might have to do some fast-tracking - which is what we did for a few of the higher modules. (Figures are our unofficial estimates, but backed up by a fair bit of experiment)
To go from G1 to G2 To go from G2 to G3 To go from G3 to G4 To go from G4 to G5 Using Grade 1 upgrades 3000 4500 12500 29000 Using Grade 2 upgrades n/a 2250 6250 14500 Using Grade 3 upgrades n/a n/a 4166 9666 Using Grade 4 upgrades n/a n/a n/a 7250
For fast-tracking, I'd recommend:
- Don't bother pushing a module that's already at G3 - it takes a lot of materials and time, and once it gets that far, people engineering modules for personal use starts to add a significant number of points on each time anyway.
- G1 blueprints are the most material-efficient, but you'll spend a lot of time repeatedly clicking on the screen. Use G2s once they're available - it saves a lot of time.
- Organise a group to do it. You can do it solo, but it will be incredibly tedious and take ages. If ten of you do it then it'll go a lot quicker and you'll probably be done in under a week.
Whingelord posts like these are why people gank.The Galaxy of Elite is huge. I understand. What i don't understend why i should traveling literraly days if i don't want? It is revenge from game designers to players? But for what? It's about exclusive updates of colonia engineers. I must fly week of my real life, just fly, not play, to get update. This fact makes me sad.