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Tired of being creatively suppressed? Have a great ship design but can’t find a place to fit those pesky guns, engines and other outdoor facilities? Do you want to create a triangular, round, sawtooth or some other odd body shape while maintaining the desired point defense? Then we have a The Last Starship How to Repair Hull guide for you! Check it out without wasting time!
The Last Starship How to Repair Hull
Welcome to our The Last Starship How to Repair Hull guide. A quick tutorial on how to build ships with overhanging hull sections.
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Design, create, and set up your internal ship layout.
(Note: a queued item=a constructed item, there’s no need to wait for everything to be fully installed to continue, as far as I’m aware.)
Design your overhanging section(s), and apply.
Mask off your hull overhangs.
(Your hull overhang needs to be surrounded by hull in order to make the outer edges floor, but the surrounding hull surprisingly doesn’t need to be constructed to achieve the desired result.)
Make your overhang into floor, and apply your outer walls.
This doesn’t have to be precise.
Remove your hull masking, inspect and apply.
Add armor to taste, tweak if needed, and enjoy!
There are some limitations in trying to build with this technique, mainly the fact that;
Diagonal hull pieces exist only as wall pieces, and when made into a floor, they default to square hull pieces. So don’t bother with trying to make your hull overhang smooth, it doesn’t currently work. Just consider it balance so your foe has a chance to spot any unsavory, hidden, recessed guns you might be sporting.