Bug - Apollo Unmanned Sub-Orbital Sunk on Recovery

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Drewpan
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Bug - Apollo Unmanned Sub-Orbital Sunk on Recovery

Post by Drewpan » Thu Aug 21, 2014 4:05 am

Hi Guys,

My Apollo Capsule performed almost flawlessly throughout it's Sub-orbital flight and re-entry, only to
Catastrophically Fail on the Recovery Step (LAST STEP!) - it SUNK! I was then absolutely HAMMERED
with R&D going down 16%!

No. No. No. No. No! Maybe ONE % not 16%! That is just rubbish! AND it was a MISSION FAIL!

No. This SHOULD have been a Mission Success with a Recovery Mishap. Yes I should have lost SOME
Prestige but Seriously?

This is WAY too harsh a result and does not reflect Reality in any way.

A R&D drop of 16% is what I would expect if someone died, not the recovery helicopter accidentally
dropped it overboard of the Carrier.

OK I might be venting a bit, but wow, that is just TOO harsh a result.

Cheers!

Andrew (Drewpan)
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Re: Bug - Apollo Unmanned Sub-Orbital Sunk on Recovery

Post by Nacho84 » Thu Aug 21, 2014 8:22 am

Ahahaha! Lots of venting indeed :)

OK, I'll take a look at this and see if we can handle it in a different way.

Cheers,
Ignacio Liverotti
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