Discussion in 'Star Citizen Main' started by Booneman42, Dec 11, 2013.
From what I have seen, yes.
You're on fire today with all the answers!
Someone should set up a piracy group, make big money and give out loans for ships. If the guy doesn't pay up he gets tracked down and destroyed and put on a black list so if he tries to come back for another loan he is open to hostile fire.
Prepare yourself to make the business venture before someone else.
The RPG elements of this game and the inevitable metagames that people will make via sheer creativity and entrepreneurship are fascinating to me.
I think technically you can do that, as far as I know you can board another persons ship and steal it (probably along with all his money).
You'll have to talk to PhayDoh about that. I think he said he doesn't want us to do that because it will give a bad name
Stealth caterpillar all the way, get that baby to one of them 1250 dollar carrier things and just rob it. Christ, the rage, humiliation and laughter I would have. Also, if all goes to hell, I want to be able to shout "Give me ramming speed!" As everything red lines and explodes. Also a red shirt will theoretically fly through the air after a random explosion.
Edit: Also, I get the distinct impression that we're being good guys, am I right? Also would it be total good or can I be like chaotic good?
ha ha ha, I think I get the red shirt thing.
Everyone should know red shirts.
I wouldn't mind being good but if you can lose your ship so easily then you have to find a way to make money while reducing your chances of losing your ship. Being good paints a massive target on yourself.
If this thing just turns out to be eve like with some other things put in I probably wouldn't be into it. Eve had tons of players gaming the system and cheating to make big money. There were even scandals of groups getting free blueprints of the best ships worth millions of credits off devs.
Star citizen is selling a ship for 1000 bucks or more. The hornet was over 100 for one ship in a game. Is this going to be pay to win? Or are people paying a lot of money for a fancier option over free if it is balanced? Their site now says they want to make 35 million in pledges. And they can raise that figure if they want.
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