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 Post subject: Being 100 past max heat
PostPosted: Sun Jul 14, 2013 11:05 pm 
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Lol this was funny.

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 Post subject: Re: Being 100 past max heat
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Lol this was funny.

Yeah, double shutdown on both sides :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Being 100 past max heat
PostPosted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:10 am 
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Lucky I had that cooling/regeneration module with me, other wise I would have lost :lol:
When I did the double shutdown and saw I was still overheated, I didn't expect him to have to do a double shutdown so I thought 'oh crap'.

The way I figure, at level 25-30, you need at least -25 heat on shutdown, 30-35, you need 30+, level 35-45 you need around 40 or more.

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 Post subject: Re: Being 100 past max heat
PostPosted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:11 am 
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Lucky I had that cooling/regeneration module with me, other wise I would have lost :lol:
When I did the double shutdown and saw I was still overheated, I didn't expect him to have to do a double shutdown so I thought 'oh crap'.

The way I figure, at level 25-30, you need at least -25 heat on shutdown, 30-35, you need 30+, level 35-45 you need around 40 or more.

If you're using a heat shield, you have to at least double it :D
on my lv 46 mech, I have 200 max heat and -115 on shutdown :P

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 Post subject: Re: Being 100 past max heat
PostPosted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:18 am 
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Lucky I had that cooling/regeneration module with me, other wise I would have lost :lol:
When I did the double shutdown and saw I was still overheated, I didn't expect him to have to do a double shutdown so I thought 'oh crap'.

The way I figure, at level 25-30, you need at least -25 heat on shutdown, 30-35, you need 30+, level 35-45 you need around 40 or more.

If you're using a heat shield, you have to at least double it :D
on my lv 46 mech, I have 200 max heat and -115 on shutdown :P

Lol, fair enough, level 46 is dangerous; they have devastator and stuff that does alot of damage which means probably 30 or 40 heat damage if your using level 40 shield, and evil twin; 25-30 heat damage a turn usually.
I have a level 39 heat build where I have 131 max heat and 75 on shutdown ;)

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