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  1. TLDR* at bottom of the page. I understand the blue in the tether line is supposed to represent oxygen, however ;), what if like the ability to customize the colour of your space suit, allow a player ( once unlocked lets say a ' colouriser' ?) the player can choose the colour of the tether cable or cap ( something to help distinguish it from other tether lines ) this would be extremely useful in cave exploration as a player could mark their path out in lets say Green, a path to a resource deposit ( in a corresponding colour using a preselected/created colour pallet ( of X amount of colours
  2. the other day i was playing Astroneer and all the tethers were RAINBOW and it was incredible, can this be a permanent feature?
  3. I think the best way to implement the customisation system would be to add a "Don't Starve Together" kind of system. If you're unfamiliar with this system, it's pretty much you play the game as you do but every now and then a little present symbol appears in the top left corner of your screen. When you click on it it unlocks a a new piece of vanity for you to equip across all your saves. If you changed the way it works a little so instead of just randomly getting them you could find suits on like other planets in crashed ships or something that would be perfect because this would pr
  4. When I place tethers I always try to place them the max distance apart, to get the most efficiency out of them. This can often mean a lot of trial and error slowly moving the mouse around until I get the tether in just the right place. So how about, when you go to place a Tether, a ring appears around Tethers you've already placed that indicates their max range. So you know where exactly to place your next Tether without mucking around finding the exact spot.