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It would be a 1-space item, made with a nanocarbon alloy, or a new item (who knows) and it would generate from nothing 0.2 energy bar per second, a low rate but infinite energy. I think it's a good item and it would be very good for the endgame, you could put one of these and a portable oxygenator and make a very nice oxygen and energy supply. Because of the rate it wouldn't be that OP, because the oxygenator uses more so you couldn't have a permanent oxygen supply.
It could be interesting if there was a floating or flying drone the player could remotely control from a limited distance that would fly and let them see over obstacles like mountains or down in caves. It could use basic fuel like hydrazine or power. I think this would also make exploring tough terrain more efficient and give people a nice birds-eye view of an area.
Portable Research Station (PRS) Hi, I've been travelling to other planets a lot lately, purely to discover new research items. Right now I either need to store them aboard my spaceship or build a base on the planet's surface and make a research station which costs a lot of resources. I would love the idea of being able to take my research station with me and plant it down on another planet instead of having to grind to make a research station, or having to fly back with it to my home planet and waste fuel. This also applies for travelling across the planet's surface. Sometimes you need to venture out far from your base in order to find some rare research items. If you could take a research station with you then you don't have to return home every time.
Hey everyone. Ive got alot of ideas for the devs and i hope maybe one will make it to the game. This is a mockup i made in blender for a possible Portable Storm Support Station or (PSSS). Basically you could build this, and if you got trapped out in a storm in a bad situation you could place this on the ground and it would keep you safe. Now i know you could just dig but this could be a nice addition for a storm that sneaks up on you out of nowhere.