I like this element, the heat absorption effect was something I wanted CRMC to do.
So, this breaks thermodynamics? I can see infinite heat machines being made with this... Also, gallium is a (low temperature melting) solid.
Wow, you got pretty angry pretty fast..
I understand what you mean, but currently, TPT has no concept of energy, just temperature. There's no way to express in an element (currently) that four times the energy will heat it up by the same amount - I don't think so, at least.
Oh you already coded it? Never mind then, in that case, I think this is a pretty great idea.
No it's not. Materials in real life have different amounts of thermal mass. It acts the same way.
It doesn't break the laws of anything.
If it took 20c to heat one particle to 5c, but only takes 5c to cool it 20c, then it does.
Why don't you try heating up a cubic meter of steel with a cubic meter of air. Even if that air is 10000c, that steel is only gonna change a few degrees
You guys are crazy
Calm down, this is a game. If someone doesn't like your ideas, it's not the end of the world.
No it's not that, it's the idea that people can't comprehend a basic mechanic of the real world.
A small misconception will mess up everyone's idea of the element.