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Europa doesn't have stone.

Pyrald Lystent shared this feedback 19 months ago
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I am saying that europa doesn't have stone, because the europan start gives you the standard drop pod, which requires stone for you to advance.

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Surviving on Europa is challenge for those who seek it.

What you don't have is stone, what you have a lot of is ice.

Engineer yourself out of that situation! It's doable, we tested it :)

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I was just thinking it was unintentional. I did engineer my way out of that, but it meant that I had to leave europa first thing.

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thats not really a great solution though. the point of starting on Europa is to start and play on europa, not leave it immediately to go to space, and maybe head for mars.

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Not being funny or anything but Europa is an ice moon, they believe the core to be water if I remember correctly, so having stone there is nonsense. Plus the fact shouldn't worlds have pros and cons to living there, with the expect being earth like.

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technically its a 'Europa-like' moon, it just doesnt have the '-like' in it

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Well, point is that survival kit doesn't get you very far if you stay on that moon.

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I actually hadn't considered that problem with the survival kit however I think the better answer is to start that easy start to a different moon, or maybe some stone nodes like we have ore nodes, not sure what would be the best option really. Personally I like the idea of Europa being a challenge, I get what you're saying but wouldn't it be better to keep planets and moons different to one another, makes things more exciting in a exploration/survival aspect but I do understand blind eyes have to be turned in favor of game play over realism.

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Hello, Engineers!


It does, but the deposits are randomized.


Kind regards,


The Space Engineers Team

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I will double check this.