Anti Air?

  • WitherStorm
    1st September Member 0 Permalink

    Anti air? It disobeys gravity, and it will float up unless there is something to the sides or above it? I can't figure out how to use it besides holding up powders.

     

    P.S Would it come down if its in a replusive gravity field?

  • LBPHacker
    1st September Member 0 Permalink

    If you can hold up powders with it, you already figured out how to use it. Yes, it has negative mass (actually its Gravity property is set to -0.1) so it does everything the other way around. It floats towards negative gravity pockets (NGRV) and flies everywhere when gravity mode is set to Radial.

    Edited 2 times by LBPHacker. Last: 1st September
  • WitherStorm
    12th September Member 0 Permalink

    10 days late, but for some reason only CNCT holds it up.. Stone and other powders fall through.

  • Potbelly
    12th September Member 0 Permalink

    @WitherStorm (View Post)

     Due to how CNCT falls, ANAR keeps it in the same place, whereas other powders diffuse with ANAR.

     Key word is diffuse.

  • WitherStorm
    12th September Member 0 Permalink

    Diffuse? Excuse me, but I don't know what that means.

  • Potbelly
    13th September Member 0 Permalink

    @WitherStorm (View Post)

     Whoever has the capacity to google has the capacity to learn more on his own account than he could by requesting others. Namely, he has one thing the non-investigative does not have; free will.

  • jacob2
    13th September Member 4 Permalink
    @Potbelly (View Post)
    He just wants an answer, not some philosophical "google it"

    Diffuse is just the behavior that elements like GAS has. I guess it means spreading out?
    CNCT and ANARs movement causes them to cancel out and nicely hold each other in place
  • WitherStorm
    14th September Member 0 Permalink

    Oh.. I get it now, their pushing at each other at the same rate, and the antiair stays in place when you put cnct to the side of it.. and cnct falls straight down... IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW!