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  2. The fastest speedrun I've found on YouTube was on day 2, and that used a rollback (effectively a seeded world) and an exploit that's already been patched. I'd love to see you record a day 1 kill, then. I find DST to be very, very replayable. I have put a ton of hours into this game and I know I'll be putting tons more in the future. I don't play it for its difficulty - any game is easy as pie once you've put enough time into it - I just enjoy it in different ways. Different characters, different objectives, different people to play with are all ways you can spice up the game. If it doesn't matter, then why bring it up at all? This "broken system" is just a system you've figured out. The system works fine. I've seen players die to Treeguards on public servers before. And plus, can distracting a Treeguard even be considered an exploit? It's not like switching targets is an automatic process every mob is capable of doing by default. It's coded into every mob manually. the developers made Treeguards work like this. Some of the post-ANR boss fights can be pretty engaging. They test your reaction time and positioning skills. If you think a certain method is too unfair and makes the game feel broken... then don't use it! I never spam tentacles on my worlds, for example. I don't put 4 ice flingomatics at Toadstool, either. I don't enjoy those methods of killing these bosses, so i avoid them. I'll fight any boss without external tools if I have friends helping me out, and if I'm playing alone, catapults are a nice substitute for friends if they're necessary. The only boss I really use an exploit for is Dragonfly, and that's because the fight is still pretty challenging without the Lavae.
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  4. I see. Used to be that the building would receive the tune-up buff but it wouldn't actually increase power output. That was as of L/U. Hard to stay on top of those patch notes.
  5. Sure is. Wouldn't know, it's the first time I have them in a power room.
  6. The braver thing Klei could do is just not show THEM at all. Since evil will always persist.
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    Fitty six
  8. Ban GNO because I eventually got my sleep.
  9. Since this update chain is called 'Return of Them' it's expected of Klei to give us some lore about Them
  10. But it doesn't benefit from being tinkered. Right? Or did they fix that?
  11. They deliver mafic rock to this diamond window tile: The mafic rock created a diamond window tile: This happened to several of my diamond window tiles, so I finally decided it needed to be reported. Thanks!
  12. It's in the same spot on all maps - it's part of the Printing Pod POI.
  13. Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't realise you changed the thread to detecting whether the rocket is fuelled. My original reply: was to OP not your derailment.
  14. Even with an unlimited heat source, the best you can do with a tuner on supercoolant is break even on the power cost of running it. A nice source of cooling, but look elsewhere for power.
  15. Time was a factor for me, as well. I simply missed the fact that OnUpdate() is public xD Sorry about that. Just be careful how you do it, though.
  16. Just in case you were asking for real - the building itself is marked as "tinkerable" in the code, but does not generate tinker errands.
  17. Yes, there are two "schools of thought". One is - maximise heat deletion by eating, and second - transfer that heat elsewhere. Not to say one is necesarily wrong.
  18. I'm not going to lie man, a mod is a terrible answer to any and all discussion on people wanting the game to be harder. Console players can't use them at all, and you shouldn't have to mod the game in order to be a satisfied consumer.
  19. Hmmmm, if that's the case (it not happening on OSX) that is indeed somewhat interesting, as it happens on Windows because the game does not register the key-up while in the background.
  20. Which bug? The one or the other one? Or none of them? ;P
  21. You can have the idea in the project, as long as you help implement it. Huge ideas require coding efforts, and even if the idea is good it won't get made
  22. Point 1: I don't necessarily leave a pilot in the rocket until the end of time. Point 2: I already suggested that, and was told "just use the checklist signal" so you're chasing me in circles here.
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  24. Yeah, that part I personally wouldn't use myself though. No reason to leave the heat in the regolith to be deleted like that when you could use it to power your base, and result in regolith that is normal temperature. Then it makes no sense to have a vacuum at all, and normal cooling can take place.
  25. Longer Cycle Time

    Nope, not at all. You'd be surprised at how easy that part is.
  26. Hello, I noticed Lumber refinement could be used as a heat source thanks to minimum temp of ethanol output. A credible scenario would be 1kg lumber @-255°C -> 500g ethanol @73.4°C, generating something like 400k DTU/s on refinement for 240W. (+hot PDirt and CO2, PDirt that could also be cooled before composting reseting its temp, extract 96k DTU from PDirt, compost, extract 160k DTU from dirt). Cooling the lumber in the first place and moving the heat away from the ethanol would require a lot of power however. I have 2 questions on this : -Would it work? -Do you see a use for this other than a heat battery for storing excess power? Also, I'm aware of containers reseting temperature of genetic ooze to 20°C but I'm really not a fan of this particular exploit and assume it'll get fixed at some point.
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