Russian Rockman wrote:Except privateers still were only supposed to attack certain nations ships. When the Federation is at war with the Rebels a privateering license wouldn't grant you the ability to attack Engi cargo ships for example. You can already pirate Rebel cargo ships without cinsequence. Maybe you could put in something about having a privateering license in the text?
I guess It would be more like "Federation Requisition Lisence", still, needs a lot of worlbuilding to be made plausible...
Russian Rockman wrote: MightyKebab wrote:A lot of times, The anti-system augments really disturb you and frustrate you in combat. I suggest that there should be a way to counter this, apart from Lv3 oxygen agains't irradiators. For example, An automated re-loader could be used as a blue text event response to prevent your weapons from being hacked, A drone reactor booster/It's new name could be used to prevent your drone bay from being hacked and the Reverse Ion Field could be, well, you guessed it, to deflect Ion Fields disabling a bar of your shield.
I thing the system disrupting augments are supposed to frustrate and disturb you... However, it does seem like Sleeper has expanded a lot of the SUVs to protect against certain damage. It's a good idea to get an aug that will keep your most precious system up and running.
Yep, this is totaly in since 1.102. Various augs have been renamed to make this more coherent (Automated Re-loader is an Advanced Targeting Computer now and so on)
Russian Rockman wrote: MightyKebab wrote:Oh and, this has been suggested several times before: Will Rock ships (At least, those with it's respected augment) Be able to ram ships during combat to disable a random or specific system?
I would very much like to see this. It could brute force occasionally damage random systems I suppose, or it could damage engines like I believe the current enemy ramming events do. A rams purpose is to stun the enemy ship too so it would make sense if it lowered their dodge chance. Not too many augs do that already, if any. It would also be nice if ramming small or non-military chance made them immediately surrender to you.
Dealing damage to enemies via events is still not possible. I don't like it that the most brutish maneuver (ramming) does the same thing as the most sophisticated tech (hacking). I really think ramming should deal damage, maybe that becomes possible with AE.
The Captain wrote:Well, I don't know if this is relevant anymore: In 1.102, going from sector 2, The Palk Colonies, to sector 3, Tuco's Proving Grounds, and game crashed.
"You get an automated message from a station right next to the beacon,* ..." - replace comma with colon.
That all the crashes occurred in sector where slavers can be encountered reassured me that the crashes where related to that quest mess-up. Please report in case the crashes persist in 1.102b.