I think mars would be okay, so desh, but thumbs up for the effort!
I played with Open Computers in Infitech modpack... It's far more involved and difficult than computercraft, and has fewer peripherials. I used it mostly to dial my stargate. I never used turtles, but I understand robots have similar capability. That said, I also found it more fun to use, even made a high res texturepack for it.Is OpenComputors worth getting into at all? What can I do with it? Would I be able to make a robot that quarries the surface?
I haven't been able to stop meteors at all with the version of galacticraft this modpack has. There's a config option for disabling block damage, but it does nothing atm. I just kinda deal with it, set up an audible alarm if things depressurize, and take a few minutes a day to clean up the landscape abit (I leave the meteors, once you have reached the asteroid belt, they aren't worth mining)Huh...thought Obsidian Glass was meteor proof? Placed a layer of glass at world height above the observatory. Just got hit again right on top of the structure.
Edit: just checked and the glass is meteor proof [as I have several meteors atop] but where the meteor impacted the observatory is covered by the glass, so should have been protected?
Anywhere I can't get with a rocket?I dont see any Stargate or Tardis, so you're not there yet xP
Don't forget exoplanets!Look up the /cofh tps dimlist :^ Rockets are only Mercury to Pluto ^^
Don't forget exoplanets!
Elipsis Has a breathable atmosphere
Don't get me wrong, Tardis looked cool, but blood magic? meh... I'm in space. I generally skip on anything magical if I'm playing a tech modpack.
Is it possible to ration items with EIO's Item Filters?
Well, I think my time is up in Galactic Science. Visited all the planets, did most of the HQM that I was interested in. Swimming in resources, happily safe in my fully pressurized domes on the moon with minor bases in most of the planets.
Was always looking for a modpack that was space-based, and you pulled it off nicely Caithleen. I'll be looking forward to your future modpacks and thanks!
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