Jesusthebird

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I'm not sure if I just suck at googling as of late..but if I'm the first so be it. I've been trying to figure out how to give suggestions to the mod community. I don't have many and I started this thread only thinking about one in particular. But if there isn't any other place, id like this to be a place where players can give their ideas, some may be extravagant, some small and practical. but I've always wondered how all these mods get created without some central brainstorming type area. I could plead to ksp devs themselves, but this seems more promising.

 

If I'm in the wrong place, please kindly point me in the right direction and ill repost there, or a mod can just move this..to there, thanks.

 

Anyways lets get it started.

 

Suggestion: (Asparagus style?) [3/4/6/8]Multipoint Struts

Reason: structural integrity/rigidity

Practicality: (-)part count, stockalike?

Balancing: scale weight based on number of connection points (3 point= 1.5x weight, 4 point= 2x weight, etc, etc)

Idea Summary: a few extra stock alike strut parts. placing large amounts of aerodynamic wings or engines in symmetry, requires many struts sometimes. this will help ease the part count, and prevent your wings from doing the "dragonfly wing effect" as id like to call it when trying to fly without ship rigidity. googling dragon fly slo mo videos will help you understand my analogy if you dont already. :cool:.

 

Cheers!

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