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Section - 39. How do I get hyperdrive on board ships?

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In order to get hyperdrive aboard ships such as e's and d's, you must
first have a given number of resources in the cargo bay. The amount
depends upon the new cost of the ship with hyperdrive minus the old
cost (double that to get the cost of the upgrade). That means you must
be able to fit that many resources _on_board_ your ship to make the
upgrade. For e's, big cargo holds aren't very common, so you might
find that you have to "bootstrap" your way up by upgrading the size of
your cargo hold. See the "upgrade" command in the help files for more
info. In case the help files aren't very enlightening, here's an
example of how to build a jump capable destroyer:

> land d 2,2 (let's say this gives you d #1456 in sector 2,2)
> load #1456 r
> cs #1456
> upgrade hyper (now you've got hyperdrive capability)
> load #1456 r (assume you want to add a crystal mount)
> upgrade mount (now when you jump, you'll do it in one update, and you'll
use a _lot_ less fuel, if you've got a crystal in the mount, of course)
> load #1456 x 1 (assuming you have a crystal on the planet)
> mount #1456 (now you can take advantage of your xtal mount)

Say I wanted to increase the hanger capacity of my d, here's how I
would do it:

> cs #1456
> load #1456 r
> upgrade hanger 6

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Nov 21, 2012 @ 4:16 pm
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