The electricity features aren't enough for me.. I mean, yeah they're cool and all, but... I just don't think it's good enough.
I would like to see...
A voltage status, like pressure and temp, different voltages and amps. I mean, you can't just spark a switch and have metal become red hot without even knowing the volts and amps!
Electrical arcs. If the live wire or metal is destroyed along the line, an electrical arc would spark out and supply the dead wire with heat and some electricity. Or.. if there are two different amps and voltages on the same line... well.. its hard to explain..
-300v---------------500v- = -0v------ ? --------500v. 2 different voltages on the same line, like connecting a car battery to a 9v battery. It'll probably end with flames...
Faulty wiring... overvoltages, stuff like that is needed..
Perhaps this would be better suited to a seperate mod rather than changing the actual function of TPT. I might have a look if you would put everything you were thinking on here
I think what theyre looking for would likely be a spark, but instead of life being 0-4, it would be 0-9999, and it would fade over time traveling on wires. Two sparks colliding would add their lifes, etc
Really not feasible for our current TPT, I believe. It would break TONS of saves, and would really change a whole awful lot. I agree with zaccybot2 that perhaps it could become a mod, but I don't think it could be added.
.You dont know voltage and other.
.You testing with this.
.It dont work, you FUUUUUUU.
@John1Cena (View Post)
That was not constructive or helpful. It barely made sense.
Are you after electricity which travels instantly along a conductor, and where each element that conducts has a resistance value associated with it? And whilst they have current flowing through them, they heat up?
There is a problem with your idea (as some have already mentioned) you need to overhaul the entire thing.
Like, how would we determine resistance? how do we determine voltage in a single piece?
As others have suggested, a mod (an extensive one at that) would work.
True... it was good idea at the time, but it bothers me that you can't see the voltage while the metal gets red hot. Is it at 1,000KV? Or is it 500KV?