I'm currently playing ATM 3, it's an extremely big pack with almost all mods, from every category (tech, magic, exploration, etc.) in it. Any ideas on things to automate? I prefer non-OP endgame items, but not mundane things too.
Literally. Everything.Everything, automate everything
This. That's what Krakaen went for, and by and large managed it! Believe me, there's so many random crafting things, some of which are challenging to automate, that going for as many as possible is a cool goalLiterally. Everything.
I've reached the point where I have taken this attitude into real life. I'm buying a house right now and all I can think about is how many roombas I will need and which assistant AI is going to run my thermostat.
I've literally been trying to automate automation itself. Hell, at this point, I'm surprised I haven't written a program to play Minecraft for me.
Large enough for it to start taking several minutes to update when making changes/additions to the networkCurrently setting up AE2 autocrafting for simpler stuff. I'm kinda new and this is my first time using AE2 to its full potential. I learned most stuff from tutorials on YouTube. How large do you build your AE2 setups?
I'm going to be taxing my ability to do this in A PolyChromatic World - the AE2 recipes are highly altered to integrate Thaumcraft, and controllers are very expensive, so I'm going to have an ad-hoc network as my first one for quite a while I suspect. And even when I DO start getting controllers, I'm going to want to make as few as possible - so between P2P and minimising channels through clever automation, that should be a challenge!Large enough for it to start taking several minutes to update when making changes/additions to the network
For me the most fun use of AE2 is trying to minimize the number of channels used. You can do this pretty effectively by creating combos with other automation/pipes/whatever.
Just a heads up, Refined Storage is far easier to automate and can be done way earlier in the game than AE2.Currently setting up AE2 autocrafting for simpler stuff. I'm kinda new and this is my first time using AE2 to its full potential. I learned most stuff from tutorials on YouTube. How large do you build your AE2 setups?