Firemetal

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  • Location Kerbaldy Space Center, Florida, flying gigantic rockets to reach the Moon and Mars.
  • Interests Anything space related.

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  1. We need bigger nukes in the stock game, and we need fuel tanks filled with just liquid fuel that aren't plane fuselages. Fire
  2. Mario was saving Princess Peach from Lord Vanaduke. (Spiral knights boss, google it) Fire
  3. Well there is a > in there so I think it's saying good physics is better than a good CPU. Fire
  4. Eve? (And I agree with @MrWalrus123) Fire
  5. Nice work! I believe you should update your game. That looks very old. Trust me, you want to. Keep it up! Fire
  6. I don't usually listen to music while playing KSP, but when I have, I listen to this. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3swwxiALG5c0Tvom83tPGg Fire
  7. Aww man that sucks. I can't relate though since it is literally impossible for me to accidentally knock out my power cord, and my computer can run on battery for at least an hour. But I'm so sorry if this has happened to you. Fire
  8. I'm here! Actually never seen a Vega live before. Fire
  9. Oooo... I can't agree more with @purpleivan. Definitely going to download and have some fun with. Fire
  10. Just made this one in Meme generator.
  11. Nice Capsule, but I think you can put a little bit of extra work into improving that rocket. I'm sure it's doable! Keep it up, mate! Fire
  12. Mun. Minimus is too easy. Duna is a little tough for a first visit to another body, all though doable, and Eve is kind of the same, unless you have landing on it in mind, which will require a very big and complex lander. Now Gilly, Eve's moon, is a different story and you could probably land on it with the orbiter, if you have enough dV to get back. Fire
  13. I'll believe it when I see it. Fire
  14. Well... It actually kind of looks like a doghouse or so one person told me. (Great replica!) Fire
  15. Hmm interesting question. Well if you take 8^3 and multiply it by 6^2, then you should get a number greater than 42. Though that is THE answer, you'll get an even bigger answer to the one question that it is not the answer to. Actually I can think of over 42 more questions that it does not answer and the question that you guys have asked here is one of those.