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07 Feb 2017 02:29

I wonder if it's possible to make a "furry" planet, that looks more a hellish planet full of sharp and dangerous spines!
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07 Feb 2017 03:46

Salvo wrote:
Source of the post I wonder if it's possible to make a "furry" planet, that looks more a hellish planet full of sharp and dangerous spines!

Do you mean something like this?
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07 Feb 2017 04:38

Not really, I'm pretty sure it's impossible, maybe when plants will be implemented...  :lol:
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08 Feb 2017 22:56

I was working on a fictive custom planet around LBV 1806-20, and added the open cluster the system was in a while back. While testing atmosphere settings, I noticed the procedural stars of the cluster formed a familiar pattern from my planet's perspective:

The Big Dipper!
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09 Feb 2017 00:05

I think the "cat" looks like Jesus...

I think you know what this looks like...
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and a Blood Red Skull, Bwahahahaha
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09 Feb 2017 17:31

Gnargenox wrote:
Source of the post and a Blood Red Skull, Bwahahahaha

Oh my. :P
 
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10 Feb 2017 01:01

@ Apollonius I couldn't see a bear, and the planet looks like it's flipping me off lol, maybe it doesn't like visitors. Nice finds, and Jackdole, that looks awesome.
 
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19 Feb 2017 17:48

Happy Halloween! :lol:

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I found it while looking for the blackest life I could find for a nearby custom system. Apparently this is around a default catalog brown dwarf. I'm using mods in 0.980, so I don't know if this world will show up in your game. :)
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19 Feb 2017 18:11

Looks like we got some grim grinning ghosts  8-)
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20 Feb 2017 19:49

Seems the universe has been possessed by ghosts. Nice creepy planet.
 
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23 Feb 2017 06:40

Skull planet (RS 1228-694-6-8194-292 11)
A titan in the Andromeda Galaxy

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23 Feb 2017 09:10

As a lover of both fishes and cats, this is really cool.
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25 Feb 2017 02:07

The first one, i think this can be a old extinct E.T. civ' who carved gigantic runic-like writings on their own planet.
The second may be Morrslieb. The moon, who, everybody know, is made of cheese.
The third appear to be a skull-ghost of some sort!

I'm also very fond of the ghost of yours, PlutonianEmpire :)
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25 Feb 2017 12:20

"We need a way to inform aliens visiting our planet in the future of our existence."

"How about we carve great chunks out of our planet's surface?"

"Great idea! After we finish we can have a snack at the moon!"
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26 Feb 2017 03:45

Bran Noircorbac wrote:
Source of the post The third appear to be a skull-ghost of some sort!

The third is a irregular galaxy, in case anyone ever was wondering :)

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"We need a way to inform aliens visiting our planet in the future of our existence."

"How about we carve great chunks out of our planet's surface?"

"Great idea! After we finish we can have a snack at the moon!"

10/10 logic
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