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  1. Hi! I've been playing for over two years now, but I am a completely sucky player. So, I've decided to get into mods to make my game more interesting, because I am not creative enough to make do with stock parts. I turn to you, O mighty Forums - what mods and plugins do you suggest to make my game more interesting, but not more difficult? For example, I don't want one of those planet rescale mods, because I have enough trouble making it out of a tiny orbit alone. However, I would be fine with re-entry and all that. What do you suggest?
  2. Hey everyone. I've been wanting to add my own flag to the game, but I can't seem to find the Flags folder on Steam, because I don't have a steamapps folder like I used to. How can I find it? Cheers! EDIT: Answered! How do I change titles on this new forum thingamajigger?
  3. 9/10 You're a newer character, but your art is INCREDIBLE!
  4. 7/10 You made my old avatar, and any brony is a friend of mine!
  5. Hey, if you want to attach pictures, first run them through an image host like TinyPic, then post the link here. Around your code, put this, minus the spaces: [ img]yourimageurlhere[ /img] That will give you pictures. Cheers, ~ping111
  6. Once I drew a diagram called the "Ultimate Axis Under Two", which showed this: A spacecraft orbiting the moon of a moon, which is in a binary orbit with a second moon, which itself has another moon and spacecraft orbiting that second moon. Then, the two moons were orbiting a planet, which was orbiting around a dual star system. The stars are orbiting around the centre of the galaxy, and those around a cluster, and that around a supercluster, and around a black hole, which is going around the universe. Therefore, the original spacecraft is orbiting around 10 different axes, including its own centre of gravity. My science is probably at least slightly wrong, what with a cluster going around a supercluster and whatnot, but I don't care about the physics.
  7. BOTH OF YOU. WRONG. Brown sugar bacon. Deep-fried. Maple syrup. CANDIED BACON WHASHU GOT!? The thing is, I've actually had this.
  8. ... Who doesn't *know you*?
  9. 10/10 you were my best soldier back in the hey-day!
  10. Welcome back, Skunks! It's great to have you around these parts again.
  11. Just something I threw together with some PNG's and text. I could definitely make it more refined and attractive in the future. However, I have little artistic ability, so I'm stuck with PNG arranging for now. Otherwise, it's a handy mnemonic guide for remembering the planet's names and how moons they have, shown by a star. Unfortunately, they're out of order because I forgot Jool, and so replaced Kerbol with it, and then rotated it so that Kerbin was on top. I may add the names of the moons someday. Kerbol is the star in the middle. I just wanted to put this up here for now, as a WIP.
  12. Use the docking mod, and attach one to your lander, and another to the DEMV. When you're landed, just undock the DEMV and float the crew in, and then do the opposite once you're done. Take off as normal.
  13. ping111

    Slender

    I've played a couple times. I've recently been more interested in, y'know, beating the game, but I tend to throw my computer out the window whenever there's just a little static. I've been looking at success guides and whatnot, and I'm quite interested in the other Slender games, such as Sanitorium and Elementary.