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#78 - Picture 09/06/2013 on Mother of God... +4
#119 - thanks I'll look into it 04/27/2013 on Controls 0
#60 - I usually use a few big rockets to get the initial thrust then…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/27/2013 on Controls 0
#64 - muffinssnuffims (04/27/2013) [-]
Well banana staging is where you have parallel staging around the outside, but instead of it breaking off all at once like an onion's layers (which is usually just called onion staging), you just have pairs of boosters separate at a time, and the fuel lines kind goes in a spiraled circle inwards to the center stage. It's the most efficient staging category, you should always use it when you can. A lot of people recently started calling it asparagus staging for some reason though, not entirely sure why. I like banana better. There's a good deal on youtube about how to do it though.

Oh and if you haven't been watching Scott Manley, then you should start. He's pretty hilarious most of the time, you often learn a whole hell of a lot of interesting stuff about actual space (he's an astronomer), and you definitely get way better at just everything in general. Eventually your KSP skills may surpass his, but it's still totally worth watching because it's a good show and you learn a lot.
User avatar #119 - JLT (04/27/2013) [-]
thanks I'll look into it
#56 - I'm horrible at building ships. once i'm in space I'm fine though  [+] (4 new replies) 04/27/2013 on Controls 0
#57 - muffinssnuffims (04/27/2013) [-]
I've become pretty great at both if I don't mind saying so myself, but only after a LOT of research and practice.

Do you use banana/asparagus staging? Like how do you normally make your ships?

Oh and I found another unused key: |
User avatar #60 - JLT (04/27/2013) [-]
I usually use a few big rockets to get the initial thrust then i have those break off and i have a secondary rockets. I just need to learn the mechanics still. many kerbals have been sacrificed for science
#64 - muffinssnuffims (04/27/2013) [-]
Well banana staging is where you have parallel staging around the outside, but instead of it breaking off all at once like an onion's layers (which is usually just called onion staging), you just have pairs of boosters separate at a time, and the fuel lines kind goes in a spiraled circle inwards to the center stage. It's the most efficient staging category, you should always use it when you can. A lot of people recently started calling it asparagus staging for some reason though, not entirely sure why. I like banana better. There's a good deal on youtube about how to do it though.

Oh and if you haven't been watching Scott Manley, then you should start. He's pretty hilarious most of the time, you often learn a whole hell of a lot of interesting stuff about actual space (he's an astronomer), and you definitely get way better at just everything in general. Eventually your KSP skills may surpass his, but it's still totally worth watching because it's a good show and you learn a lot.
User avatar #119 - JLT (04/27/2013) [-]
thanks I'll look into it
#51 - Kerbal space program?  [+] (6 new replies) 04/27/2013 on Controls 0
#53 - muffinssnuffims (04/27/2013) [-]
Yup. Staging, Pitch, Yaw, Roll, Throttle & cut throttle, Translation in all directions, Camera & camera mode toggle, IVA camera mode, 10 action groups, abort, brakes, lights, RCS, SAS hold & toggle, sensitive controls toggle, switch ships, map view, time warp, pause menu, all the F keys for various saving and screenshot typical stuff, and...

I can't think of much else. But that still covers almost the entire keyboard right there. Then of course there's the right click options in flight...

Only keys not covered by the default controls by my count are ~, ?, :, ", enter, and tab.

So I guess there's 6 keys left. Whatever. It's still much more comprehensive of the keyboard than any other game I've yet played, and like I said I wish I could use more action groups because I like to use them for home-made RCS.
User avatar #56 - JLT (04/27/2013) [-]
I'm horrible at building ships. once i'm in space I'm fine though
#57 - muffinssnuffims (04/27/2013) [-]
I've become pretty great at both if I don't mind saying so myself, but only after a LOT of research and practice.

Do you use banana/asparagus staging? Like how do you normally make your ships?

Oh and I found another unused key: |
User avatar #60 - JLT (04/27/2013) [-]
I usually use a few big rockets to get the initial thrust then i have those break off and i have a secondary rockets. I just need to learn the mechanics still. many kerbals have been sacrificed for science
#64 - muffinssnuffims (04/27/2013) [-]
Well banana staging is where you have parallel staging around the outside, but instead of it breaking off all at once like an onion's layers (which is usually just called onion staging), you just have pairs of boosters separate at a time, and the fuel lines kind goes in a spiraled circle inwards to the center stage. It's the most efficient staging category, you should always use it when you can. A lot of people recently started calling it asparagus staging for some reason though, not entirely sure why. I like banana better. There's a good deal on youtube about how to do it though.

Oh and if you haven't been watching Scott Manley, then you should start. He's pretty hilarious most of the time, you often learn a whole hell of a lot of interesting stuff about actual space (he's an astronomer), and you definitely get way better at just everything in general. Eventually your KSP skills may surpass his, but it's still totally worth watching because it's a good show and you learn a lot.
User avatar #119 - JLT (04/27/2013) [-]
thanks I'll look into it
#258 - I think I'm safe :S 04/26/2013 on shits handled 0
#12 - Why thank you my good sir 03/30/2013 on Drunk Pharmacist 0
#6 - I meant may 31st . . . like on the bottle  [+] (2 new replies) 03/30/2013 on Drunk Pharmacist 0
User avatar #7 - littlebatty (03/30/2013) [-]
then a very merrry un-birthday to you!
User avatar #12 - JLT (03/30/2013) [-]
Why thank you my good sir
#4 - Hey it's my birthday :D  [+] (5 new replies) 03/30/2013 on Drunk Pharmacist +1
#8 - mariasaturnina (03/30/2013) [-]
Let's get this party started.
User avatar #5 - littlebatty (03/30/2013) [-]
happy birthday!
User avatar #6 - JLT (03/30/2013) [-]
I meant may 31st . . . like on the bottle
User avatar #7 - littlebatty (03/30/2013) [-]
then a very merrry un-birthday to you!
User avatar #12 - JLT (03/30/2013) [-]
Why thank you my good sir
#11 - I don't care about NK right now I'm wondering wear this camera… 03/30/2013 on North Korea VS America 0

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User avatar #12 - ICEDgrunge (05/31/2013) [-]
Happy Birthday ************ !
User avatar #6 - tittyvenndiagram (03/31/2011) [-]
Yeah man, Tbay for the win!
User avatar #7 to #7 - JLT (04/02/2011) [-]
ye man fukin awsome here
User avatar #8 to #8 - tittyvenndiagram (04/02/2011) [-]
Are you in high school?
User avatar #9 to #9 - JLT (04/02/2011) [-]
ye i go to hamm
User avatar #10 to #10 - tittyvenndiagram (04/03/2011) [-]
Oh nice what grade?
User avatar #11 to #11 - JLT (04/06/2011) [-]
11
User avatar #1 - TheUsername (10/30/2010) [-]
What does JLT stand for?
User avatar #2 to #1 - JLT (10/30/2010) [-]
my first and middle names y
User avatar #5 to #2 - TheUsername (02/02/2011) [-]
OH! 'cause my brother's friend makes shirts that say "JLT" which means Just Love This and he makes shirts that says "Just Love This".
You need to login to view this link Here's his website... Well, I think it's his.
User avatar #3 to #2 - EvilSquiggly (11/22/2010) [-]
Jerky lettuce tomatoe o.o
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