Amenpyanodon wrote: ↑Mon Jan 27, 2020 1:13 pmwell... for all this time the py suite was always considered a mod pack for advanced players. Newcomers can always play less complex suites we all known already or s combination if them. Someone who wanna try my mods at first and with bitters will sure be scared out.
Also, that suite ISNT MADE TO BE PLAYED WITH BITTERS. Maybe in the future if my balls resist.
Another thing people are forgeting is my mods are modular. You can tone down the difficulty by NOT playing with the full suite. pyAL will requiere almost all py mods, and if you play the full suite, things will be even more complex, a master level of madness. Same happened when i launched pyHT, its optional and will make the game super complex, specially the electronic part. Now its time to the organic part get their complexity. Its not a begginer add on, if youre starting py mods now, play with pycp, pyindustry, pyfe only..maybe phph if you want.. but leave pyRO, pyHT and pyAL for eventual raise of complexity.
Of course, some stuff will be balanced and it is being now, but the red science is that way and if you think red is hard, wait until blue or purple hehehe. All pyAl buildings absorbs pollution and the whole mod is a huge, massive positive loop, so, its intended to start very harsh.
Otaku is showing the results of almost a year of dedication, process and concept aiming for what it was intended at first, py is hard.
Watching someone else play is never the same as doing it oneself. We all have our own ways of doing things, so it brings a little prick of frustration knowing it is so close, yet still out of reach.