I only really use 2 refineries, and at most 2 assemblers. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the spaceengineers community, This subreddit is about the video game "Space Engineers", a space themed sandbox game with creation tools similar to minecraft which can be best described as: "Shape and Build your own functional Space craft from self-obtained resources", Press J to jump to the feed. AlllllALLALALalkfhlkafhjlkafglkjagfkjlasdfkhjljkhlfhjklfdfjkhlsdfkhjldsfafahjkldasfhjksfdahjkdsafahjksfdahjksfdaahjklhuiwiqeifqwcnjkads erufq4wh. He was taking plenty of suggestions and asking plenty of questions about fuel, and how he is trying to come up with a proper fuel system. When you first build anything it is crap. I agree with all major arguments you made, but try not to shit on Keen so much, especially when the things are still in testing stage. Well Keen removing Uranium just makes Planets even more useless. All Discussions Screenshots Artwork Broadcasts Videos Workshop News Guides Reviews ... Of course there's lots of uranium on Earth, how else do we get our nuclear fuel? Refine Time 4 s. Refined Mass 10 g. 0.01 kg 10,000 mg. Browse Last edit: 2020-04-24. Im not asking you to be welcoming, but to stay neutral at worst. I would suggest needing to visit atleast 2 planets, or a planet and some moon for exploration of most environments. To be more exact, since this Blitzzz guy joined they stopped to listen to the people and just decline everything. Yeah cause everyone wants to wait several days just to use a Mining ship. OR alternatively give players the option to toggle whether or not they want uranium to generate when players start up a new world/solar system/scenario while those who do want it to generate on worlds, still make it where its rare to find. Home > Guides > Space Engineers – Uranium Uranium Finding Uranium is much easier to find in space than it is on Earth. After you got uranium, you started running everything on uranium. I doubt keen will do this, lets hope for a decent modder. I would like for uranium to be really rare on planets. If you use Space Engineers official Discord, you can save yourself some time because I've already talked about it there. In its processed form it is the sole fuel for nuclear reactors and to produce 200 mm Missile Containers. I've calculated what combination of modules yield the most in terms of energy and that's: 1 yield + 3 power saver, or 1 speed + 3 power saver. Some form of technology progression.
Which is less of a change to the ore system and more of a change to the planet definitions. lol admin you have cracked the old version of the game.
I have found that the ore detector always points to a location in the earth that is deeper than the ore vein actually is.
(Nobody is gonna want to strap Solar Panels to a tank) And I don't think anyone realistically is going to try to build a practical ship with Wind Energy (Not that people wont, but it's not practical). You'll only drive everyone into space including myself.
I have a Large small grid rover and the batteries require 5 days just for them to get a full charge with 2 solar panels, now sure I can still use it, but with little battery life.
Removing Uranium from planets will essentially derive Planets of the most valuable resources they have and make them worthless.
It can run from either hydrogen tanks or directly from the O2/H2 generator. I burnt out quickly since the majority of my hours in the game was spent on a 40 hour SE weekend gaming spree doing pretty much everything i could in the game. If the edge of a deposit is within 50m it still defaults the signal to the 'center' of the node.
And solar? is it even a thing ?? The way fuel was in the test is not set in stone. I give each ore spot a good 10s within 10m pass to give time for the ore detector to update my HUD. (~3 months ago) But I do remember that the Uranium we found was something like 80 or 90m in th ground. I have spent soooo many hours on the lookout but no luck. If it makes you feel any better; 2 years ago I was looking for platinum on earth like an idiot ... Been there.
By the logic of the game, the use of uranium should be a progression. So we only found it with our large grid detector. Unless you make a super efficient battery powered fight / gunship. The best idea I've yet come across on custom servers is where they only have Fe and Ni on asteroids (and perhaps small traces of Ice on asteroids), and either don't have Uranium in the game at all, or shove Uranium deep underground, preferably on a planet that you don't start on, so you need to dig deep and/or travel to another planet to get it. But, it should take 5 minutes to replace the "Uranium" resource in the game with some rare or even fictitious isotope that will do the exact same thing, and do not offend the verisimilitude sensibilities (which I usually agree with). I've been playing survival since the update and now that I'm realizing I'll never have reactors or ion engines, I'm wondering why I don't just go back to creative. I was using my old drill ship to go to an old deposit when the uranium signal popped out and it made me double back. Which is to say 1,000 Kg of ore will produce 7 Kg of ingots. Normally 1.5-2x as deep as the ore. So Nuclear Power is more efficient for all of these uses, and it always will be the most efficient energy source.
I had some conversations with Mikeangel about which ores would be good for this: Uranium and Gold. Some try to add spiders to these planets to make it even more challenging, but the A.I. So for whatever reason Keen decided to remove uranium from planets, I don't know what triggered this move, perhaps the guys at Keen have been watching too many Uranium-less challenge playthroughts on YouTube and thinks the Majority of the player base hates Nuclear Energy OR maybe Keen is Anti-Nuclear Energy. https://www.reddit.com/r/spaceengineers/comments/azzxrj/for_all_the_people_that_have_problems_reaching/. If you aren’t getting it on ore detector when close to the ground then just keep looking. Check the ice lakes. I felt like a fool when I read somewhere that uranium has been removed from the planets. In order to build things that are more efficient, you need to repeat and adjust your design iterations, just as the developers do. The title really says it all and I touched on it a little bit in the first point, but Nuclear Power is far more efficient than Solar, Wind, and Hydrogen.
Well it's pretty bloody simple: Don't remove Uranium from planets. Small Hydrogen engine or solar for small grids...you can connect it to a large grid wind turbine which will charge the battery with the connector block. Space Engineers- Getting Started - Drilling, Refining, & Assembling Survival, Space Engineers- Getting Started - Introduction, Space Engineers- Getting Started - Basic Controls, https://spaceengineers.fandom.com/wiki/Uranium_Ore?oldid=17464. With the new survival update has brought the completely ridiculous move to remove Uranium from Planets. (the way Kerbal Space Program does it) So this way you'd need to reach space to find uranium but land on the planet to mine it. I'm thinking how Diamond is in Minecraft. Discover hydrogen thrusters and build a rocket with them. The further you need to travel to get that uranium, the more it's costing you in time and energy to get it. The Water must get really hot and under high pressure which occurs deep in the Earth (Not in Space). I also noticed you don't seem to have actually used a hydrogen engine. In its processed form it is the sole fuel for nuclear reactors and to produce 200 mm Missile Containers. 1,000 g 1,000,000 mg 1.0e-3 t. Volume 0.37 L. 3.7e-4 m³ 0.037 hL 370 mL. Instead, we need the most efficient hydrogen engine (generate more energy for what it already consumes) and without the troublesome internal tank (which only fills if the engine is turned on). Is that not normal? Of course there's lots of uranium on Earth, how else do we get our nuclear fuel? And I am here to explain to you why this move is counter productive and foolish, along with what Keen should do instead. The reason there is no such thing as radiation leaks, heat leaks or other stuff that damages players is because its really easy to make it into a weapon. Raw Material Uranium Ore. Mass 1 kg. With the Beta testing of the new survival update has revealed one of the most dumbest decisions since Missile Impulse. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uranium#Occurrence, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uranium#Supplies, We currently have enough Uranium on Earth to last us for 85 years, but by then we should have already switched over to Nuclear Fusion. Given that you claim to be playing survival, one would think you'd actually want some survival mechanics in the game. 1. I had just added some mods, but none of them should have made uranium spawn I didn't think? 3. I have done Bute i want to create something that can be used as a miner up there. And if possible maybe add encounters where uranium wells are, so we have to fight for this valuable resource. I still have no flying vehicles since i dont have the power for it. 2. I remember that we (my friend and I) found Uranium on Earth, but I don't remember if the host changed some settings. Most vehicles and crafts simply can not run on anything but Nuclear Energy, just because Wind, Hydrogen, and Solar just aren't practical for some builds and will not be able to produce enough energy for ships to function.
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