Standing under the Corvette...I'm an insignificant speck!
Yes, my best time from the lift doors to the entry point down the full length of the Cutter is over half a minute using a combination of sprints and jogs.The sense of scale is, indeed, impressive. I took a screenshot of me against my Vette and put in stellar screenshots for fun
The only trouble is, they take ages to run by when you're in the hangar!
They likely have virtual windows - like in the middle cabins of etihad and emirates first class.Crap! I hiked all over to Robigo to try my hand at what everyone from every spaceport bar from Lave to Kuwamaki says is a lucrative passenger gig.
It really is the mother of boring aimless grind.
But seriously, what I really cant get over from my mental roleplay immersion mode is that people are lining up to pay several hundred thousand credits each to spend 10 minutes lying in a capsule bed with no windows while I fly the ship on a 10 minute roundtrip.
They likely have virtual windows - like in the middle cabins of etihad and emirates first class.
It isn't called a "galaxy" for nothing.The galaxy looks anyway a lot brighter with much more stars to see when viewed from space. An astronaut from the international space station told this in a video, that seen from space the galaxy is just incredibly beautiful. When we were in the australian outback the night sky was as well just stunning - in a totally dark night the galaxy is so bright and majestic, that cannot be seen when there are light sources from cities and towns nearby - but out in the outback the galaxy is just beautiful to look at in the night sky.
Back then, with no light (or any other) pollution at all, the night sky must have been breathtaking.
What was the view of the egglike ones like when you bent over them CommanderI found some space plants.
These chubby little guys:
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And these colorful tubelike growths:
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Cool scenery here:
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And I did an on-foot conflict zone for the first time. I didn't die. My team even won, despite me spending most of my time looking for ammo and avoiding bullets.