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watermelen671 posted a topic in [Oxygen Not Included] Art, Music & LoreSo! I'm working on making (and constantly updating) the critter + morphs image sheet. Now I've found some updated assets in the files, but I'm pretty sure they haven't been implemented into the game yet...so I'm kinda shooting in the dark with them. So it's as the title says, do you think I got them right? I'm pretty sure I've nailed the second Pacu morph, but I'm also pretty sure I've completely screwed up on the first Pacu morph. How do you think it's supposed to look? Edit: Never mind, I've got everything wrong. I suppose I'll just make this a compilation thingy and ship it over to the art thread.
Yesterday I was shocked to discover my 24 pacus were gone. My tank is right under the printing pod and I got Pacus to be printed 3 times. I don't even need that meat to feed dupes (but I appreciated the egg shells). The main reason I'm pissed is because I enjoyed to look at the fish tank from time to time and now it's just a box full of water. (I know, I have issues lol) The temperature of the tank is 20C. Anyone can tell what went wrong? Do Pacus die for any reason other than temperature? I really feel like they were just unloaded as I have another tank with only 7 Pacus in (that didn't come from Printing Pod). This tank is at same temperature of the other and all fish are having a good time there. I saw someone writing about that before but can't find the post. Is this a bug or I just did something wrong?
Inspired by this post. The picture above has four units; more can be added to the right. Lime (egg shell) yield: 1.8 kg per cycle per unit. Efficiency: 1 kg algae per 2 kg egg shell. Dupe labor requirements: none. Electric overlay: Liquid overlay: Shipping overlay: Automation overlay: Misc. stuff Fish feeders are set to 1 kg algae. Water temperature must be below 25C, otherwise gulp fish will start dying. Make sure gas outside doesn't become too warm. Deploy wheezeworts as needed or use another cooling solution of your choice. The tiles inside may be normal or insulated. The outer shell tiles must be non-insulated because of the above. A shipping setup that removes egg shells, meat and polluted dirt from the bottom chamber will have to be added in survival. Bootstrapping this build turned out to be an unexpected PITA even in debug mode. In theory, you can put a single pacu egg (tame only!) in one of the smart storage containers and it should be enough as long as it starts at near-zero incubation... except it will take for-freakin'-ever to reach the steady state. I've yet to find a reliable way to speed up this process. Once fully operational, the farm will function without any player input. A packet of carbon dioxide or another heavy gas in the feeding chamber can easily break this build. For best results, make sure your dupes wear exosuits before building this.
Hi there my fellow dictators . here is my compact pacu farm (mk3) - this fish farm is all about breeding fish to get meat and egg shell with minimal algae and space cost . FULLY AUTOMATE . as you can see its packed . be sure to plan out carefully before build it in survival mode -In the breeding tank (left) there is 2 loader submerge in water and each of them connect to 1 of the 2 loader in the meat tank ( right ) . you can set 1 of them to do meat and the other shell -the 2 loader outside : the one on top is to feed egg to the system . the one below is to feed algae . in survival mode you decide where they will be - heavily inspired by SamLogan post's and many others who shared their saves to made this happen . for more info . scroll down and check out 2 posts below https://imgur.com/a/P66BzKb