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Posted: May 27th 2010 6:15AM (Unverified) said

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I'm glad to see the patch made its way to Tranquillity without any major issues. Sure they were a bit late, but once the patch had been applied to the server it ran smoothly (and it didn't delete a single BOOT.INI). Now the skill training can begin before everyone will be falling over each other trying to claim a place once the command centers for PI start to seed on the 8th of June (unnecessary, as I don't think there's a limit to how many colonies a single planet can support).

I just want to remind everyone that they need to train Remote Sensing to at least Level 1 if they want to scan planets. You can already scan them, you just can't put a Command Center on them yet.

Posted: May 27th 2010 12:05PM Darkdust said

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No major issues-- like starbases shooting their owners and corps?
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Posted: May 27th 2010 1:53PM SgtBaker said

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You are aware that until they actually seed the control units, this expansion was just a very annoying webpage, couple of old bugfixes and a lot of smoke and mirrors.

And even then they managed to feck up POS'es.
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Posted: May 30th 2010 8:47AM (Unverified) said

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Really? I didn't know about the POSes. Well, okay, so I guess there were some major issues. But at least the expansion left your INI-files alone...
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Posted: May 27th 2010 7:49AM Lamthara said

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I have to say that the deployment of Tyrannis has been smoothly compared to the last expansions.

Probably people will start to skill the new books in these days so that once the Command Centers will be seeded they'll be able to start with the more advanced versions... and try out Planetary Interaction on more than one planet :)

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