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Re: S46's mega suggestion thread (will edit whenever something new pops up from out of my brain)

Those things can house civilisations. Hundreds of millions of people at least. Yeah, well, I thought about this. In theory, you are right - realistically, most world would have a wide variety of climatic zones and lanscapes, most stations are big enough for a whole variety of society and specialise...

Re: S46's mega suggestion thread (will edit whenever something new pops up from out of my brain)

Then what about the multiple entry point as typical behavior What does "multiple entry point" do? A station doesnt need to be special to have two hangar bays :V Is there more than one station in the game? If yes, are they all the same? If no, then obviously, there are differences in what individual...

Re: S46's mega suggestion thread (will edit whenever something new pops up from out of my brain)

I couldnt care less about how they are labeled. What i care about is how megastations are mechanically different from a Station writ large that they need independent implementation. Which is what 46 asked for, them getting implemented. There is nothing to implement if the only thing that separates ...

Re: S46's mega suggestion thread (will edit whenever something new pops up from out of my brain)

It is special. how? How would they behave differently? Give me concrete examples instead of nebulous "its different"s So you're saying that a capital ship is a giant fighter with a single cockpit and all that? For all gameplay purposes? Yes. Its a big ship which may has different weaponry but funct...

Re: UPS (uninterruptible power supply)/ power bank/ power storage

Why should your opinion on turret power allocation be binding for me? It shouldn't. As usual, one can always argument for more options, more freedom, less constraints. This is always a good talking point - who can be against freedom? But as usual in life, there are compromises: The major one is dep...

Re: Limit Theory Forumite Residential Archive Map

Flatfingers wrote:
Sat Oct 07, 2017 11:56 am
The robots survived. Because robots don't need chocolate.
Unnatural. Surviving without chocolate must be eternally bland.
A fate worse than a blue screen (assuming the robots are not MacOS X based; assumption realistic as mac based robots would certainly enjoy chocolate).
:ghost:

Re: Limit Theory Forumite Residential Archive Map

Actually, the chocolate thing was mostly a joke. :lol: Belgians are better known for waffles, and, sorry for the Swiss, a lot of countries in Europe are known abroad for their chocolate - Swiss, UK, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Austria, Netherlands, Hungary (in no particular order). Swiss are ...

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