Breoghan Posted December 17, 2007 Report Share Posted December 17, 2007 After 18 months in the game I've finally come to the conclusion I should pay more attention to the speed bumps I have run into from time to time - and the latest of these is fuel consumption. I have discovered just today (in some game advice available to me) that it is quite easy to work out exactly what each jump is going to cost in terms of fuel - or so I thought. When I tested it against actual jumps made by ships and combinations of ships, it would work out fine - but with exceptions! Is it necessary to take the weight of cargo/fuel/other extras into account when working out fuel costs? It is either that, or my calcs are being fed wrong info at times, and my current battle with flu and it's well-known capacity for clearing the mind for weightier thinking isn't helping me figger it out! I need to know before I start designing fuel auxilliaries to travel along with my under-fuelled older ship designs! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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