Hey leave the cat alone, unless it's got nine tails of course, then you can flog yourself silly as much as you want, I'm certainly not going to get between a man and his cat in those circumstances!- will have to take that out on the ship's cat instead of the initial reason for the post..
At least we agree on this point
The stupid thing is that the game does not differentiate pre FSS tags & FSS tags.Now the FSS has greatly changed the way we all go about things, and made it no real effort at all to tag the whole system, which sucks IMHO, if you wanted to tag that AW 345k LS out, cranking your ship around and getting your boot on the floor for 15 mins was more worthy of the tag.
For the record, except for one system where I tested the FSS, if I've tagged it, I was there. Actually even more so now, since I'm tagging things at 25Ls, rather than the hundreds/thousands that my long range DSS used to give me.The stupid thing is that the game does not differentiate pre FSS tags & FSS tags.
Now in the FSS era, mapped is tagged.
Added emphasis to that last part. You and me both. It makes me sad, but I hardly ever look at the surface signals in the FSS, since they take forever to resolve, and it's not worth letting the scan complete in the background, since there's no easy in-game way to keep track of which bodies had surface POIs.I rarely map anything, unless I'm looking for biologicals, but mostly I can't even be bothered to do that.
Wow, blast from the past.. 27 Dec 2015 according to my records.. Glad someone has come across something I scanned but this ain't no edge of the rim system.Funny to come across this thread as I been finding quite a few systems that look like this on the way back home........
Wow, blast from the past.. 27 Dec 2015 according to my records.. Glad someone has come across something I scanned but this ain't no edge of the rim system.
Have the discovery names decay after 24 months and finally disappear.
That way other people can have the honor long after the original players have quit.
I don't troll.If I didn't know you were trolling, I'd say that's the most idiotic idea I've ever read on these forums, but.......yeah, you're trolling!
I'm sure that is true.... but important a year after they left the game?I think for a lot of players, part of the incentive to explore over long distances in the first place is the fact that your name can be permanently attached to the things you find. That's part of the appeal. Take that away, and I think there would be a lot fewer explorers.
It seems odd to me to cast this as a punitive action.Why stop there? Delete their account if they don't log in for a year. That'll teach them.