KSACheese

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  1. There shouldn't be any issue with EVE, from my experience. How are the clouds broken, exactly?
  2. I sent a mining rig to the Mun once. Problem was that I tipped it over. And broke the solar panels... and the radiators... and I still couldn't get it upright. I've stopped trying to mine at this point.
  3. Nein! Green spell bored 90 zebras, silly apartment complex!
  4. Brick schooner, Galifianakis?
  5. *cue Amazing Grace* Goodbye Felipe, you will be more than missed by most, if not all of us. Your vision many a year ago brought us, all of us, from 0.7.3 to 1.1.2, so much joy (and frustration might I add xD) to our lives. I do not know who I would really be without this game. And on behalf of those who choose not to reply, we wish you the best of luck in the future.
  6. Keep them positive vibes, as APL used to say. 73 (+)
  7. Banned for NOT considering 2016-04-08 20:52:10 UTC to be the start of the future.
  8. I might be able to help you with that, just give me a 'lil while!
  9. Hello, hello! Welcome to the forums, enjoy your stay! Jeb is a crazy one, isn't he... As for the rescue ship, as @Starhawk said before, that Spacecraft Exchange is a wonderful place to receive those ships! Again, enjoy your stay, and have a wonderful day!
  10. EVE is a must-have for me personally, I don't know how I could play w/o it. Scatterer is also beautiful, but in conjunction w/ EVE, it's just incredible. Also, Scatterer has great water-shaders, which, I saw, is one of the things you said you wanted.
  11. Aloha, buenos dias, gutentaug, bonjour, privyet, and hello! Welcome to the forums and I hope you enjoy your stay!
  12. I'd like some more rover-based parts. All the cockpits are designed specifically for spacecraft/aircraft (duh), but I feel that there's a lacking in the usefulness of rovers.
  13. Sent this, Dune Surveyor 1, to Duna ahead of other probes (and possibly crewed operations).