ckightk: So i got the location for the enms hub
Aug 27, 2019 14:19:02 GMT
ckightk: If anyone wants to help out let me know cuz im building the city
Aug 27, 2019 14:19:28 GMT
Illsent: Are the console and PC servers merged now?
Aug 28, 2019 17:57:40 GMT
Matador: I figured out how to make the new warp cores ckightk . You need to find manufacturing facilities to get the recipe. You can unlock it from a recipe tree, so you get to pick what recipes you get now.
Aug 28, 2019 19:03:11 GMT
Matador: it takes one antimatter and 1 storm crystal to craft, but 1 hypercore acts like 5 regular warp cells
Aug 28, 2019 19:03:56 GMT
ckightk: Awesomeand that sounds easy to make
Aug 28, 2019 19:44:28 GMT
ckightk: And the servers have the same seed but its not cross platform
Aug 28, 2019 19:45:07 GMT
ckightk: Btw the new hub is looking great. And we got farms to make you rich as fuck
Aug 30, 2019 2:17:41 GMT
ckightk: Does anyone else want to join
Sept 2, 2019 15:54:51 GMT
Illsent: I don't really play NMS very often anymore, but if I ever do go back, I'll be sure to check out the hub. Well, that is, as long as it's on PS4.
Sept 8, 2019 15:19:11 GMT
Inspired by the TV series "Walking With Dinosaurs" and English naturalist David Attenborough's wildlife documentaries, I've been wanting to make a series of short and relaxing videos in which I get up close and personal with some of the game's alien creatures. Today I recorded the first of these.
The planet Erberastrivelu is covered with lush green vegetation which is fed by persistent gentle rains. It is home to many medium sized herbivores. One of the most numerous of these is Rohidatus swolis, a calm herbivore with a medium-pitched whooping call that creates a chorus which can be heard no matter where you are on the planet. In one of the highland regions, I discover a small family group of these animals and find they are part of a much larger herd. They do not seem too concerned by my presence, nor are they bothered by the pair of much larger elderly Euiumpo neciare on a nearby hill.
As I walk among the herd, a pair of faster moving twin-tailed and twin-horned Xifrixuri swolis canters over the hill and joins the group. Towards the end of the video, the landscape is swept by one of the planet's frequent freezing rainstorms. A number of the animals respond to the storm by laying prone, perhaps as a way to conserve body heat, until I inadvertently disturb them by getting too close, which prompts them to voice their screeching alarm call while running to the safety of the rest of the herd.
The viewer may notice that, at the 2 minute and 20 second mark, it's clear that the animal movements do disturb the grass around them - a nice addition by the game's developers.