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  1. Sir Charles

    Update 2.0

    I have not played in a while, but i am looking forward to diving into the game once 2.0 drops again. Just wanted to say the changes look amazing and will most likely be a big plus. Keep it up!
  2. Thank you so much! Docking is a great addition to the game! 😃
  3. These changes sound like they would benefit the game indeed. I am looking forward to try them once i get back in the game. 🙂 Please add the option to repair all destroyed blocks at once (and wouldnt a complete ship repair make more sense if it was only aviable at repair docks and ship yards?) ! Keep it going! 😉
  4. I have seen topics about this at least 3 times before. Afaik the devs do read most of the stuff in the forums and they are paying special attention to suggestions and feedback threads... From that, I conclude that they do not want to change this.
  5. Lets just put it bluntly: Hull polarizers are useless. I have never seen someone besides AI use them and even when the AI uses them i hardly care, holding down LMB will still do the job perfectly fine, just take a little longer than before. My suggestions for a change where inspired by a post in Feedback, which can be found here. [glow=yellow,2,300]The Issue[/glow] A main reason why hull polarizers are not used is that it is simply better to have shields than to rely on hull. If my shields go down, I usually just retreat. Also it is not very logical to make your ship vulnerable to a certain damage, as the user deep pointed out, no one would sell "armor, that breaks from fire". [glow=yellow,2,300]My idea[/glow] I would like to suggest a replacement of the current mechanic with something i think is much better: an adaptation system as well as an anti-oneshot-mechanic. I would also be happy to see them put in in two different upgrades, but a single one would be my preferred option. The basical mechanic Once a ship starts taking damage from a certain damage type, it will start adapting to that damage, taking less and less damage over time up to a limit. The speed of the adaptation could depend on the inflicted damage or the relative amount of health the ship has lost in comparision to its full health. This mechanic should apply to shields as well as hull, but damage on shields should only count something like 25% in comparison to hull in regards of adaptation speed or the overall damage reduction to shields should be lower. Of course this would need some kind of cooldown, for example a reset after 30 seconds of not taking damage or another mechanic. An idea of a concrete implementation The upgrades could look like this: grey: adaptation to one damage type for about 25% damage reduction at max white: adaptation to one damage type for about 30-40% damage reduction at max green: adaptation to two damage types for about 40% damage reduction at max blue: adaptation to two damage types for about 60% damage reduction at max orange: adaptation to three damage types for about 60% damage reduction at max, additionally no single hit can ever cost the ship more than 80% of its total helath red: adaptation to three damage types for about 80% damage reduction at max, additionally no single hit can ever cost the ship more than 60% of its total health purple: adaptation to three (or four mabye?) damage types for above 80% damage reduction at max, additionally no single hit can ever cost the ship more than 40% of its total health Example A ship has a white upgrade equipped, so it can only adapt to one damage type at a time. A ship is getting hit by a pojectile with energy damage. This first hit does its full damage, but the ship will start to adapt depending on the amount of damage done/the amount of health lost. The ship will take less and less damage from energy based projectiles with every hit it is taking. The same ship is now getting hit by antimatter damage, adapting to this damage type but instantly being vulnerable to energy damage again. [glow=yellow,2,300]The advantages[/glow] By this, the polarizer upgrades would allow for more versatile weaponry as multiple damage types are needed to take down an enemy with a hull polarizer upgrade with the upgrade still being usefull to players. A change like this would also be a big step in making small ships more usefull, because oneshots on small ships could be avoided with an upgrade like that.
  6. I came across the issue as well: Hull polarizers are not worth using. As I was gonna type that stuff in here, I realized that this would rather belong into suggestions tho. My idea can be found here
  7. Afaik there is no option to change this unfortunately. There is a similar issue with other blocks like Gyroscopes. Some feature to allow for a better replacement of these blocks would surely be apreciated.
  8. However this should not happen... The Adventurer is supposed to be the tutorial guy and this shouldnt be possible. You could potentially post about this in the Feedback section to make the devs aware of this. Or I could move this topic if you want me to?
  9. Completely agree. That's the real issue here imo. They just need to either rework the way mass works or do some stat nerfing like I suggested in my comprehensive combat rebalancing post. 100000000% agree acceleration, manouverability and a stealth mechanic are they way to go for small crafts imo. Big ships being capable of reaching higher velocity at the end of acceleration is fine in my eyes.
  10. Version Number below 1.0: "There is this issue, but I will play anyways" Literally no change except version number is 1.0 now: "I am out" All you get from me on that topic is LOL. But seriously now: does anyone have experience on how this behaves on different difficulty settings? Because my recent galaxies were about 30 hours on expert and 100+ hours on Veteran and I have not encountered this AI behaviour even a single time. This bothers me for a while now but I didnt bring it up because toxic reactions are almost forced on this topic, but seriously: [glow=red,2,300]to how many of you has this actually happened? [/glow]to me, as i said, not a single time.
  11. Imo the bad descision here is in the game design, not on my side here tbh. Why am I allowed to restore my full health at the click of a button, but not to restore my ships functionality? So let me sumarize what you said there: - A button to repair any single destroyed block on your ship is just fine - A button to repair all destroyed blocks at once is totally unecessary allthough the only difference to the single block repair is a safe of time and trouble - one should rather waste ressources for unecessary health gain instead of saving them for better purposes by just repairing blocks Also I don't think you understood my problem entirely, but you can easily try it out yourself: If you have a large mid to late game ship and crash into something and loose something like a little antenna or so, while also your ship is at low health (like a quarter or so), it will cost you ridiculous amounts of ressources to fix that antenna. The reason why is that the repair button will simply give your ship full health. Why would I want that? I don't care about my health, I have shields and I have mechanics who literally do all the work for me. But according to your post what i should do now is spend 200k Xanion to fix one antenna??? (And yes I know in this particular case I could just use the single block repair, but you get my argument anyways i guess) Toggling visibility is a good point btw, but unfortunately I does not work on details because those are made out of the same materials most of the time and if some of the insides are damaged you have no way to look at them. Something that would in fact fix all the issues as well would be the option to filter for destroyed blocks so that only destroyed blocks are shown and you could repair all those with the single block repair function. To conluce: All of your points make perfect sense for as long as the player is flying around in a big cube surrounded by armor blocks, but as soon as the ships have a lot of little bits on them, the current mechanics are just cancer. I personally would rather see the option of ship repair completely reserved for repair docks and have the build mode only let you repair blocks, but that is a very different story and all i am really asking for here is that button...
  12. Just to clearify: The AI did interact with me and stated it would be "commencing attack", but it did not because it was still neutral to me. When i had it half destroyed it finally declared war on me and started fighting back...
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