electricpants

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  1. i'm now starting a remake of a certain old mod of mine. ;)

    (shh--i didn't say that out loud)

  2. depends on if life started in a tidal pool or in underwater vents. in the latter, while life wasn't in the atmosphere per se it was still pretty near it.
  3. life survived just fine in a reducing atmosphere for a long time on earth.
  4. (crap just realized this was dead sorry bout that)
  5. well yeah, i was just wondering since ael was shown to be aegir but that didn't happen with tias. i guess i got confused ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ i realize that question probably sounded dumb now lol
  6. also i got the mod to work (was a bit worried since the mod that shall not be named never worked for me)! and everything looks goodlike really good like bruh! hope the kepsilon system will be great too
  7. so i used to be pretty adamant that ksp wasn't getting a sequel

    1. Spaceception

      Spaceception

      Then SMACK

      I was kinda the same with Stellaris, but after the announcement for KSP2, it makes sense now. And now I'm wondering if Stellaris should get it too in a couple years :D

    2. electricpants

      electricpants

      i wanna say that stellaris probably won't get a sequel

      but look how that turned out with ksp, so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ who knows

  8. ugh i did it again gotta see if this thing works in the newest ksp version now edit: yes thank all that is holy it still works in the newest ksp version
  9. after reading the OP, i have this to say: overall i'd say that, yes, some improvements should be made to the stock game, but a whole new ksp sequel seems pretty unnecessary in my eyes. also, some advice to the OP: use mods. just... use mods. FAR, scatterer, EVE, and OPM all seem good for what you want. just throwing my two cents in, i guess.
  10. it's not a bug lol, it's just that the two stars are both bright and pretty close to each other, so i thought it'd make sense to just have them both illuminate each other's planets. the atmosphere not appearing when the other star illuminates it isn't something i can fix myself afaik. and i don't really think i'll change the name of the sun, since i like calling the stock sun that. if you want, though, you can just edit the .cfg file for the sun using notepad or something similar and add in the 'displayName' option under Properties, and set it equal to Kerbol with ^N at the end (so 'displayName = Kerbol^N' is what it should look like, without the quotes, of course).
  11. well again, i'm not super amazing at kopernicus yet, so new planets might not come for a few updates unfortunately. no worries, however, that is the plan for the future . in fact, the next update will add a new body in orbit around Valentina's Star that you might hopefully enjoy, it just won't be a full-on planet.
  12. I wouldn't really call this a full graphic novel because it's pretty short, and it's my first one so it's probably not the best, but I still hope you all enjoy it! This will be the first part of a series taking place in the "Beyond Home" version of the Kerbol system. I was inspired to make this part specifically because of Tribute's in-game description, which is really great. Well, all the descriptions are great, really, as well as--actually, you know what, just play the darn mod, it's amazing. Here it is: Sorry about that typo on page 4, btw. I'll try to make as little of them as possible (Yes, English is my native language--I just suck at writing/typing it sometimes lol). Finally, some criticism would be nice--I want to know how I can make the future parts better, after all! (Credit to @Gameslinx for the amazing mod "Beyond Home"!)
  13. wasn't nms like, a complete and total disaster when it launched? probably not a good idea to compare ksp to that. anyways, as has been said above, just use mods. it's already highly unlikely new planets will be made stock, let alone a solar system or even 9 of them.
  14. holy cow, no way! this is almost like what happened with laythe... to quote the kerbal astronomical society: "When Laythe was first discovered, it was not entered in the records because the scientist in charge thought he was looking at Kerbin. Luckily this error was corrected when a plucky intern informed him that 'telescopes don’t work that way'."
  15. just over 1100 hours, actually (most of that is mod testing/farting around though, honestly. i've only really just started getting into playing ksp seriously).
  16. i originally bought this game around version 0.90--i only really know that though because i remember using the monopropellant engine glitch multiple times (i have a terrible memory, so i don't know exactly when i bought ksp)
  17. (couldn't find actual loading screen, but close enough) f9
  18. well guess what? i got a plane buster, boiiii
  19. oh, well in that case just make sure that when you're editing something the planet/moon/star/whatever already has, put the @ symbol in front of it with no spaces. besides that, it's really like making any other planet in kopernicus, really. just simpler since you don't have to do as much.
  20. some ubuntu laptop (18.04.2). it's alright--it can load a few planet packs at once. i'm just a bit worried it might not run this mod is all.
  21. yeah, it looks really good, not sure if my laptop can run it though i can only hope right now