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  2. Hello, so what kind of ship are you looking for to command ? Exploration, Mining, Salvaging, Combat ?
  3. According to this and this, the max is 50%. There's also a nice graph in the second one. For those who don't want to click, minimum is 2.1%, max is 50%, and median is 3.6%. Only 10% of Q rocks are over 30%. Good luck out there!
  4. Yep. I remember they even mentioned that the Endeavor would probably be the last ship AFTER “release.” Back in the Ben Lesnick days. I am more of a collector. I HAD the Endeavor Master Set but I don’t care for the rest of the options. Just want the Hospital Profession for that ship 😊
  5. Yesterday
  6. What’s with the MFD’s of the hornet? I can’t speak about the super hornet but the hornet base model, the top two mfd’s are blank turned off. but overall this IAE got me back so I call it a success. Had to see the redeemer in action for myself.
  7. CIG has confirmed that some ships will be post-release. Endeavor, Kraken with several other ships are not planned for the release target.
  8. Pretty close to concierge, figured I could get there by selling at actual cost some of the things in my buy back. Game package (SC+42) Insurance Melt w/ Taxes Aurora MR 3 40 42.50 Aurora MR 3 45 47.81 Mustang Alpha 3 38.25 40.64 Mustang Alpha 3 38.25 40.64 Mustang Alpha 3 38.25 40.64 Mustang Alpha 3 38.25 40.64 Mustang Alpha 3 38.25 40.64
  9. @LowZone agree was a good year. Many of the bug that come with a larger than normal audience riding the servers but honestly only experienced a few issues where I had to restart on a new server which was a vast improvement from past IAEs. Overall I'd give it a B overall. Those speaking info stands were a nice addition with the voice overs. I may have spent most my time in a super hornet and 890 jump.....
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  11. Hello there ! If you are like me and you want a Cutlass rework (mainly in size) then you can upvote this question for next "SCL IAE All ships Q&A" : https://robertsspaceindustries.com/spectrum/community/SC/forum/3/thread/looking-for-questions-scl-iae-all-ships-q-amp-a/4629281 Hopefully it will have a lot of upvote because right now, the Cutlass is more like a freelancer but with comparable or even worst dogfighting capabilities. This thread on spectrum does a good job at explaining what are the main issues with the current design : https://robertsspaceindustries.com/spectrum/community/SC/forum/65294/thread/shrinking-the-cutlass-reconciling-the-original-rol/4320856
  12. I can't really answer this "Carrack vs Odyssey" question properly until CIG has completed both ships; including the modules for the Carrack. At present time the Odyssey is just a concept sale while the three cargo pods on the Carrack are modular segments which can be swapped out for other modules. One such module might very well be a "quantum mining and refininery" module with mining drones or something. That way Carrack owners would have to trade 33% of their cargo capacity in order to get the ability to refine quantum fuel for personal use to extend their range; similar to what the Odyssey has by default. The main takeaway here is that the Odyssey is an all-in-one civilian exploration ship with zero modularity while the Carrack is an all-in-one (ex-)military exploration ship with 3 modular pods. Both ships apparently have similar sized medical wards with the same mid-tier medical bed. The primary difference is the size of the Odyssey and the larger hangar bay as well as the Odyssey being an all-in-one ship with some capital class components; but at a higher pricetag and without modularity. Currently it sits at $700 for the concept while the Carrack sits at $600 for a flightready ship. So at present time I can't really make a proper comparison until both the Odyssey is flightready and CIG has created (or at least revealed) the other modules that can be purchased and installed instead of those modular cargo pods that it currently has by default. However, I must say that it kinda sucked that CIG (intentionally?) didn't offer a Warbond CCU option even though their other two new releases Spartan and Raft did come with both a Standard Edition and Warbond Edition. I would have probably picked up a $25 Carrack-to-Odyssey Warbond CCU had they been available but being forced to shell out $100 for such a CCU was a bit too steep for me. So I settled on a $25 Perseus-to-Odyssey CCU instead and hope that the Merchantman will be flightready before the Perseus goes up in price. That way I might be able to get a relatively cheap Merchantman-to-Perseus CCU and chain those together for a discounted Odyssey as I still have a Merchantman standing by at a relatively low price. Jake Acapella did tell me the following after I asked him about this missing Warbond CCU through PM so I guess we'll just have to live with it: Now with the Odyssey being sold as "remaining self-sufficient almost indefinitely"; one does have to wonder about that feeling of deja-vu as CIG said the same about the Carrack back then... Yet we can clearly see that the Carrack currently has an issue as CIG's statements about the Carrack are not true. 😒 During the initial concept sale CIG stated that the Carrack was built for "truly self-sufficient flight" and several years later during the Endeavor Q&A this was confirmed yet again by stating that the Carrack was "a dedicated explorer, built as a single, self-sustaining ship". However, without the means to create more quantum fuel the Carrack is not self-sufficient nor self-sustaining at all as it would only be able to use half of its quantum fuel before it needs to turn around and use the other half of its fuel to return to civilization or find itself dead in the water without quantum fuel. So I really hope that CIG will consider offering a module with similar functionality to what the Odyssey has by default with quantanium mining and refinery equipment so that Carrack owners can decide to give up one of their cargo modules (33% of their cargo capacity) for a quantanium mining&refinery module. That way the "truly self-sufficient flight" and "self-sustaining ship" will remain true if such a module was made available.
  13. GRIZZ

    MISC Odyssey

    I'm kind of surprised threes no FAQ yet for this ship. Tomorrows ISC will have a walkthrough and hopefully answer some questions.
  14. Morphius

    MISC Odyssey

    There are a few more hours of this available. You can get a Warbond Odyssey for cheap(er) than advertised using CCUs and a Spartan. I think this is the 'best' CCU path for those interested. Spartan LTI Warbond ($65) -> CCU-Spartan-to-Raft($30) -> CCU-Raft-to-Mercury($105) -> CCU-Mercury-to-Redeemer($15) -> CCU-Redeemer-to-C2 Hercules($40) -> CCU-C2 Hercules-to-Carrack($160) -> CCU-Carrack-to-Odyssey($100) The ending Odyssey costs $515 Warbond and if it turns out to be crap you can just stop at the Carrack upgrade and refund the Carrack to Odyssey CCU later
  15. I guess that's it for another year! With each day featuring at least one vehicle that debuted this year (as shown on this page), a theme of this year's Expo was "Dare to fly" and I suppose it came as no surprise that CIG "Dared to try" new things. Everything from the projected holograms of the profiles of various NPC's throughout the verse to the interactive voiced displays providing information on each ship, and even the surprise display of guns and armour in the final days, all added to the sense of CIG trying to keep things fresh and innovative. Perhaps it should be an ongoing theme that CIG may make lootable-only gear have a version that it is only sold once a year at future Expos? I especially liked the added detail of an in game schedule displayed in the elevators and the game's impressive attention to detail led to an occasion where another player entered my elevator and I was able to tell which floor they wanted simply by watching their actual eye movements as they read the schedule! I was also glad Jax got over his minor crisis of faith in this year's Whitley's guide (the last episode of which, particularly showcasing CIG's plans for facial aging tech) and look forward to what he will have to show next year (in Pyro?) Understandably, and a little disappointingly, the Expo couldn't take place on Orison but with the first iteration of cloud tech implemented on Microtech, it made for some stunning views and a glimpse of things to come. Even the servers themselves seemed more stable than in previous years - are CIG learning from past mistakes or has the tech finally reached a much more reliable state? This can only be a sign of the future looking bright for the project, especially with server meshing possibly being utilized next year. And so, with the Stanton sun setting on another successful Expo, there's just enough time for the traditional shot of Storm Breaker departing the IAE for pastures new. Until next year!
  16. Anyone out there have the MISC Endeavor Landing Pod and MED Pod - LTI they are willing to sell??
  17. im looking forward to flying with you guys and getting to command my own ship with a grop of regulars thats what im lookin for here
  18. Vi fortsätter växa i rasande tempo och är idag 33 organisationer och ytterligare ett 40-tal enskilda medlemmar. Vi har diverse event ihop, och nu på fredag blir det dödlig tävling mellan olika lag i varsin ursa. Kommer bli episkt 😉
  19. Thanks for the advice guys. I think I am going to melt my saber (which has remained at $170 for a LONG time and doesn't seem to be appreciating in value) and combined with $40 of leftover credit buy back an LTI Warden to turn into a BMM. I am probably going to just earn a single seat fighter in game with the potential money made from the BMM. I am leaning towards the gladius over the Saber anyway. I can't believe the BMM is at $550. It's probably going to be worth a lot more when it is flyable. Seems like a good way to possibly get ~$750 of "investment" for 'only' $250.
  20. If you want to explore ( for the UEE, your org etc) probably the Carrack is better; if you're a lone man on the frontier, I'd go with the Odissey: you can find new places and start mining and doing stuff right away, more cargo for building bases on the ground, one deployable small ship for extra flexibility etc.
  21. Devil Khan

    MISC Endeavor

    Just like the Orion it will shrink back down in size. 😄
  22. GRIZZ

    MISC Endeavor

    These gentlemen believe the Endevor will grow to Javelin or Bengle size.
  23. You mean the Church of Cargo! I can't wait to see it in game. Also, here is a Hangar size comparison if it hasn't been posted yet.
  24. Album of all the updated BMM concept images from this years CitizenCon. Check that sexy cargo room! https://imgur.com/a/p1fYvIo
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