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  1. Waiter! My soup has fallen apart! I'll need a kraken-proof bowl!
  2. Veteran Kerbonaut but new face to the Forum! 2/10
  3. Ha! It's no wolf, it's AtomicTech! @18Watt
  4. I love using the Nerv and the Wolfhound; I've done a lot of cool things with their high ISP! Thank you for coining that term
  5. It's all good, no worries I'm quite happy that this mod makes playing KSP noticably better for you Originally when I started this mod, it was partially an accident because I hodge-podged my pull requests for Stock Waterfall Expansion with an accidentally outdated Waterfall Restock, but when it started to come into it's own, I decided that I'd share my creation with the world and so it makes me quite happy to see that I'm not the only one who enjoys this!
  6. 8/10 New face but a familiar one to be sure!
  7. I love the difference that the regular mode keeps the KSP logo while the red mode adds the KSP 2 logo in place of the KSP logo! Please send my thanks to whoever's in charge of the technical side of the forums
  8. What kind of 3070? Laptop or desktop? That's, more or less, what I'm getting from my laptop with my 3070
  9. This one hits really close to home... From Wikipedia: "Ian Woodward Falconer (August 25, 1959 – March 7, 2023) was an American author and illustrator of children's books, and a designer of sets and costumes for the theater. He created 30 covers for The New Yorker as well as other publications. Falconer wrote and illustrated the Olivia series of children's books, chronicling the adventures of a young pig, a series initially conceived as a Christmas gift for his young niece. ... Ian Woodward Falconer was born on August 25, 1959, in Ridgefield, Connecticut. He graduated from The Cambridge School of Weston, and studied art history at New York University before transfers to the Parsons School of Design and the Otis Art Institute. He was gay. According to the designer and filmmaker Tom Ford, Falconer's boyfriends included the artist David Hockney, and Ford himself. Ford said in interviews since that he and Falconer had remained good friends. Decades after their breakup, Ford used Falconer's surname for the title character of A Single Man, his 2009 film (based on Christopher Isherwood's novel, in which the title character has no surname). Falconer lived in Rowayton, Connecticut, a village within the city of Norwalk. He died from kidney failure in Norwalk on March 7, 2023, at the age of 63."
  10. Welcome aboard! Happy to have you here
  11. Welcome aboard! This train's got non-stop service to Kerbal Space Program 2 (1.0)!
  12. Very cool! Thank you for the crosspost submission
  13. Well y'all, it's been a while! As I'm sure y'all know, RWE 0.4.0 was cancelled around two months ago but I've got a bit of a surprise for y'all! Drum roll please! (Open the spoilers when ready )
  14. Thank you for the clarification of the reclarification of the clarification! In all seriousness though, I'm rooting for y'all!
  15. That's what I'm thinking, although I reason that we'll have a much better game in a year At the Atomic Technologies Incorporated Locomotive Division, everyone rides first class! I'm grateful that I only considered getting the original on my switch Pal, we're keepin' the hype train goin'! It's quite a tunnel that we're going through right now but I reckon that we'll start seeing some light at the end of the tunnel in the not-so-distant future
  16. It'll be a little while but we're hard at work repairing the train!
  17. Welcome to our humble forums
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