Holy crap I just figured out something awesome for the whole Kitsune-Baikal-whatever-else series of engines killshoots and I have been messing with a lot.

If the pattern of the way we mess with each other's improvements to an engine holds, killshoot will possibly even mess with what I came up with and improve it further. I'll slap it on the raft and upload it within an hour or two (I didn't fix the signs yet...)

Edit: Yep, it turned out awesome. Its basically the newest killshoots engine enhanced further to be extendable in TWO directions, the new one of which increases PPBB faster than the first one.

Incidentally, it technically IS possible to break 20 PPBB with it, but doing so requires you building the engine out to the size of 32x37x7 meters, if I did the math right (adding a segment in either direction adds 4 to that direction, but adding to one direction increases every engine's power by 1200, while adding a segment to the other direction adds 2 more engines). So assuming the calculation is right (I haven't actually tested out something above a 5 segment x 5 segment one), the resulting engine would get just over 20 PPBB and generate a total of 165800 power (one of the engines generates 200 more then the rest, as with killshoot's original kitsune-inspired make).

Well, I suppose if you happen to have a boat that is over 40 meters wide, you might be able to do that. And to be fair, if you are the sort of person who builds boats that large, you probably WANT to show off some ludicrously sized mess of pipes to anyone who dares inspect it anyway.

If the pattern of the way we mess with each other's improvements to an engine holds, killshoot will possibly even mess with what I came up with and improve it further. I'll slap it on the raft and upload it within an hour or two (I didn't fix the signs yet...)

Edit: Yep, it turned out awesome. Its basically the newest killshoots engine enhanced further to be extendable in TWO directions, the new one of which increases PPBB faster than the first one.

Incidentally, it technically IS possible to break 20 PPBB with it, but doing so requires you building the engine out to the size of 32x37x7 meters, if I did the math right (adding a segment in either direction adds 4 to that direction, but adding to one direction increases every engine's power by 1200, while adding a segment to the other direction adds 2 more engines). So assuming the calculation is right (I haven't actually tested out something above a 5 segment x 5 segment one), the resulting engine would get just over 20 PPBB and generate a total of 165800 power (one of the engines generates 200 more then the rest, as with killshoot's original kitsune-inspired make).

Well, I suppose if you happen to have a boat that is over 40 meters wide, you might be able to do that. And to be fair, if you are the sort of person who builds boats that large, you probably WANT to show off some ludicrously sized mess of pipes to anyone who dares inspect it anyway.

Your giant expensive powerful warship of doom can be destroyed by dropping an anvil on it. One day, I will finally have enough engines to actually make a ship without stopping to make more engines.