^ And Custom Item (and Droid) scripting is in the works, so never fear.
In the meantime, practice scripting with the modules and your custom NPCs.
I think Brawlers aren't out of the question. It's on my list to script, albeit down a bit on the list. I'm not sure about literally having them hang out with you in Hyper on your ship as a method of XP-whoring.
“Your request for the custom item: Dejarik Board custom items has been declined by Jevon Lambright for the following reason: dirty pixels, fix that.”
I feared this could happen. I downloaded Paint.net just to do that. Never have done that kind of work before. So now more questions. What are "dirty pixels" and how can I fix it? Is there a guide somewhere teaching how to do image work for the Combine?
Thanks Jevon, for approving my Dejarik Board. Apparently, Paint.net is not a good choice due to lack of guides/tutorials/documentation. Next time, if it ever happens, I'll download Gimp.
Scripting custom items like a dejarik board is an interesting feature. Unlike cleaning "dirty pixels", I've done programming in the past (not with Lisp) and I know I can do it. It's a matter of finding the time and the motivation to learn.
While reading throughout the rules for facilities, ships, vehicles, etc, I see all those numbers given within the list of raw materials used for construction. What unit of measurement is used for those numbers?
Hello again. I have a question about skills. I'm under the impression that five is the maximum we can reach on any skill. However, I've been thinking on the race bonuses. Gands get a bonus point on perception for example. Until now, I had thought that this is just one point given at the beginning and nothing more, but I'm now wondering whether the bonus also apply to the maximum skill level, in which case, Gands would have a maximum of 6 on perception. What's true about maximum skill levels? Is the maximum the same for all the races? Or the bonuses increment the maximum?
The only thing that will cause damage is aborting hyper travel in a location that happens to be a system. Normally this is incredibly rare with an even smaller chance of you actually hitting something and dying (based on the number of planets in the system). The only time it could really happen is if you abort too soon after starting (so you're still in the system you started in).