Taking Lua Element Requests

  • -EVA01-
    16th June Member 0 Permalink

    @RebMiami (View Post)

     yea, sorry for the misunderstanding



  • FunerTristep2006
    16th June Member 0 Permalink

    I thought of this element: Varbium (VARB)

    It's a dust that causes Quartz (QRTZ) to grow as it increases its TMP, but if it touches gold it will explode.

    When its frozen, its a liquid, but when its hot it becomes a solid.

    It has a yellow color.

  • Sweatyreaper69
    16th June Member 0 Permalink

    Electronics like lights 

  • RebMiami
    17th June Member 1 Permalink

    Released FFLD! I'm also going to be submitting it to the script browser and updating it alongside the GitHub released.


    I've now selected the 4th element: GRPH (Graphite) by micro!

    Edited once by RebMiami. Last: 17th June
  • IamHi55
    18th June Member 0 Permalink

    random numbers (RADN)

    Ctype=1 and is conductive:Random number from tmp to Tmp2

    Ctype=2 and RADN with Ctype=1 is conducted

    The tmp with the same result will conduct electricity no matter where it is



  • Rubidianlabs
    18th June Member 0 Permalink

    Hello again, i recently downloaded the mod from the script browser and tested it out, and when i tested my suggestion, FFLD, it didn't work properly, it did work with default settings but it won't work when i change the TMP, i don't know if this is just a problem for me, a problem for the script browser in particular, or a just generally a glitch.

  • RebMiami
    18th June Member 0 Permalink

    @Rubidianlabs (View Post)

    The shape is also part of the mode, make sure you set it to something like 0x00001010 or else it won't work.

  • mloneusk
    19th June Member 0 Permalink

    TIMR: Sends out a spark depending on either its temp or there is a pop up on setting the time (in seconds) 

  • Yarnk7
    19th June Member 0 Permalink

    @RebMiami (View Post)

     I think a great thing to add would be Radium! Radium (chemical symbol Ra) is a naturally occurring radioactive metal. Radium is a radionuclide formed by the decay of uranium and thorium in the environment. The most common isotopes. For example, uranium has thirty-seven different isotopes, including uranium-235 and uranium-238. of radium are Ra-226 and Ra-228. and if you dont like that you can use Potassium! it is a need for all living things

  • RebMiami
    20th June Member 0 Permalink

    @mloneusk (View Post)

    Unfortunately, you can already perfectly do that with DLAY + BTRY. It's a good idea but I'd rather not add stuff that can perfectly be replicated using vanilla elements.


    @Yarnk7 (View Post)

    Interesting! If I add another radioactive element, radium could be a good choice.


    Edit: GRPH has been released!

    Edited once by RebMiami. Last: 21st June