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Cisco Cividanes

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  1. @Raptor9, Your contribution to this community, and my own personal creative growth (In and out of the KSP world) can not be overstated. You have taken up the yoke of the master, and carried the dreams of others on your shoulders, just as your craft have allowed us to explore space and push our own imaginations. You're ending on a high note, and you're leaving behind a legacy worthy of heroes. I, for one, and glad to have known of you, and shared in the adventure in my own uses of your designs. God bless, good luck, and I look forward to hearing about success in whatever your fut
  2. @Raptor9 I see a lot of talk about life weighing you down and things you have to do. I totally get it. and I'm glad you're the type of guy to keep that priority straight. I for one look forward to your return, but in the mean time, there is still a lot of content here I'm glad to enjoy. Cheers! Cisco
  3. Hi again. I'm sort of back in the mix after a forced Hiatus. My old computer died a horrible death, and I got a new one which is more than able to handle KSP (Thank God!) So, useless lead-up aside, I had a question for both Raptor and anyone else. Has anyone tried their hands at a Canidarm (1 or 2) model with the new robotics?
  4. @Raptor9, I myself am looking at some designs, but I do feel that the new parts and designs lend themselves towards a proton clone or cousin, espeically with the 5m shell, though you would have to play with the engine count. As for rocket names, I've always found natural event names appropiate. "Thunderhead", "Tidal blast", "Sizemic event".. Just a thought.
  5. @Raptor9, I wanted to take a minute to thank you for publishing and maintaining your catalogue. I'm a 4-year KSP player, and unapologetic addict to the game. While I have built more rockets than I care to count, I have to admit, it's nice to have access to a set of thoroughly tested, well document lift platforms lift platforms that let me concentrate on my own orbital designs. Your Thunder and Titan line of rockets are current the backbone of my building projects, including an assemble-in-orbit, reusable, ship for Mun, Minmus, and asteroid exploration. With any luck, I'll be able to expand
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