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Humans generally do not inhabit extreme environments. There are organisms referred to as extremophiles that do live in such conditions, or just crazy players a "guide" to extreme environment planets why we need hostile environments .give variety to the player-base and allow for more adventure, technical thinking , ect .new ore and mining for rare materials only on these planets "cough" hazard pay "cough" Planetary Hazards Toxic Class N (sulfuric) . toxic from level 1 [the airs mustard-gas} to level 10 [ your capital ship starts to turn in
Will there be weather on planets? If not, can you make it happen? Also make it where you have a variety of weather, like rains of a particular substance (like rains of methane, currently present on Saturn's moon Titan)? It doesn't have to be water. If rain is present, make sure that the atmosphere is cold enough for the rain to be supported as liquid when falling from the clouds; the surface temperature can also exceed the boiling point of that particular liquid, so that the liquid will evaporate before reaching the ground, like on Venus. I've also mentioned before about gas giants, just thoug
One thing I haven't seen any topics on is planetary weather or natural disasters. Personally something like this would add a very neat immersion level to the game. You could have actual Seasons were a player would experience a specific type of weather more often than you would at another time (like snow, rain, strong winds, ect.) Additionally, if its primarily a snow or desert planet the dust storms or snow storms could move around on the planet, thus making it (1) difficult to fly, walk, build, ect, (2) physically impossible to land or do anything, and (3) could destroy buildings and other in