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  • jefranklin18
    jefranklin18 replied to the thread Roadmap leaked??.
    This is starting to get into arguing semantics so I will give it a rest after this but to me it reads that the intention appears to release smaller free updates (something that has been done admirably ;)). We know that Frontier were working on...
  • FalconFly
    FalconFly reacted to ToyTen's post in the thread List of Earth-like worlds, v2 with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    Here are my latest findings, still no ringed ELW :/ System namePlanet IDDist. from Sol (ly)First discovered byContributed bySystem star(s) typeringed ELMoonsScreenshot URL Bleia Eohn RF-K c10-1AB 42189,83ToyTenK7 VA, M2 VA, L1 VA, T3 Vnono...
  • C
    Thanks for the responses. I do set priorities and discovered the bug resetting everything. I hadn't considered the heat issue. It is pretty obvious, but usually only after someone mentions it. Does reducing the heat signature make it less...
  • Speedcuffs
    Speedcuffs reacted to Bigmaec's post in the thread cool paintjobs this week with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    Ship Name: Pink Space Cow Ship ID: GANKME
  • Daniel Klimchuk
    What I was up to just now was randomly jumping around and found myself 400Lys away en route to Barnard's something-or-other. 49% of me cried out to keep going but the 51% left voted a return home. Bit of a reverse Brexit if you like. I was THIS...
  • NeilF
    Q: How do you propose the payment works? When you win? You get? Q: What prevents a group of associates farming it?
  • Bigmaec
    Bigmaec reacted to Stealthie's post in the thread Engineering or Guardian Technology? with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    The main benefit of the Guardian PP and PDist is simply that they're an "off the shelf" item you can bung in a ship while you're engineering other parts. Chances are that a G5-engineered PP/PDist will be better and lighter overall. Main thing...
  • AzoreanOutkast
    Well guys... I dont want to be the one to say, "oh wait, ive seen those!" without giving u a system where u can see it, but i have to since i do recall that one of the phenomenas i found was indeed in a system with only a star, but was some time...
  • Speedcuffs
    ? 'Evil Bat' You're gonna get terrible rolls, blueprints unpinned, FSD failures...:unsure:
  • Daniel Klimchuk
    Daniel Klimchuk reacted to Stealthie's post in the thread Engineering or Guardian Technology? with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    The main benefit of the Guardian PP and PDist is simply that they're an "off the shelf" item you can bung in a ship while you're engineering other parts. Chances are that a G5-engineered PP/PDist will be better and lighter overall. Main thing...
  • Daniel Klimchuk
    Daniel Klimchuk reacted to Krash's post in the thread Engineering or Guardian Technology? with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    I'm tempted to try the powerplant but the 0.5 heat efficient scares me off. There's no way to fix/modify that, right?
  • Stealthie
    The main benefit of the Guardian PP and PDist is simply that they're an "off the shelf" item you can bung in a ship while you're engineering other parts. Chances are that a G5-engineered PP/PDist will be better and lighter overall. Main thing...
  • IndigoWyrd
    The engineering mechanics are quite bland. Inset materials, press button, receive upgrade. It makes the engineers themselves little more than vending machines in mannequin frames. There is also the Instant Payout that makes the engineers...
  • biot
    The end is in sight ... about 100 jumps to go. Route plotting is coming up with some interesting corkscrew and mountain range looking routes through the Abyss. I snip some of the most wacky detours off with judicious use of jumponium. But I'm...
  • B1rdy
    It's not fast, there are much quicker ways of docking. Definitely convenient though.
  • Vardaugas
    Vardaugas reacted to Bigmaec's post in the thread Engineering or Guardian Technology? with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    Right. Depending on your loadout it can cause problems, but compared to an overcharged it has higher integrity, so it's a tradeoff. I generally use it for high end PvE ships with high energy demands, like my mining T10 with a 7A prismatic.
  • B1rdy
    "Play it 'till it breaks, break it 'till it plays" :)
  • Krash
    Krash reacted to Bigmaec's post in the thread Engineering or Guardian Technology? with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    Right. Depending on your loadout it can cause problems, but compared to an overcharged it has higher integrity, so it's a tradeoff. I generally use it for high end PvE ships with high energy demands, like my mining T10 with a 7A prismatic.
  • Bigmaec
    Bigmaec reacted to Speedcuffs's post in the thread cool paintjobs this week with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    This. With docking computer and shieldless PvE build. In open. :ROFLMAO:
  • Bigmaec
    Bigmaec replied to the thread cool paintjobs this week.
    Ship Name: Pink Space Cow Ship ID: GANKME
  • Lateralus
    'Attitudes' such as labeling other posters as trolls and using condescending language like 'you lot'.. very nice. 👌 I find it quite amusing that you scold open-only advocates for a perceived negative attitude, yet when Frontier proposed this...
  • Navigare Necesse Est
    1984 Elite was procedurally generated. They generated and generated until they found a seed they were content with and went with it. Would have never fitted into the available memories otherwise. Or can you imagine loading the correct system on...
  • T1-Jafo
    CQC is already popular and very fun to play. The problem is with instancing. Search discord for CQC and you will find a whole community.
  • Insomnia
    Insomnia reacted to Old Duck's post in the thread Long or Short Games? with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    I like this topic, as I've been thinking about it recently. The reality is a bit more nuanced. I "lived" in Skyrim for over a year, enjoying everything about it. It definitely falls under the second category the OP mentions, but it stands out to...
  • M
    So what is it for? If they would tell the beginners in the Tutorials, that they have to watch for the 7 sec Range and adjust the speed to hold it at 7, then they wouldn't need that thing. With it you learn nothing about the mechnic behind it.
  • Tyres O'Flaherty
    What I was up to just now was randomly jumping around and found myself 400Lys away en route to Barnard's something-or-other. 49% of me cried out to keep going but the 51% left voted a return home. Bit of a reverse Brexit if you like. I was THIS...
  • Bigmaec
    Right. Depending on your loadout it can cause problems, but compared to an overcharged it has higher integrity, so it's a tradeoff. I generally use it for high end PvE ships with high energy demands, like my mining T10 with a 7A prismatic.
  • Insomnia
    Insomnia reacted to askavir's post in the thread Long or Short Games? with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    The OP question assumes that long games necessarily lack dense content, but fortunately that is not entirely true. There are indeed long games that are long for the sake of being long and are ultra-padded with "filler" (like Dragon Age...
  • Ratkatcher
    Ratkatcher reacted to Speedcuffs's post in the thread cool paintjobs this week with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    This. With docking computer and shieldless PvE build. In open. :ROFLMAO:
  • Whyy
    Whyy reacted to Leadfoot's post in the thread loading and unloading cargo with Like (+1) Like (+1).
    You're in the wrong location. The white zone is for the immediate loading and unloading of cargo. There is no stopping in a red zone.
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