In part one we looked at Prototyping in Perpetuum. In part 2 I am going to look at Reverse Engineering.
Once you have your prototype you can choose to fit the prototype on a bot or mech. But be advised this can be very expensive to lose if defected on the field. But you do have some beneifits from prototyped modules over regular modules. We can talk about that in another post.
Okay so the best path to take with prototypes is to Reverse Engineer them in the Reverse Engineering Facility.
In the picture above we are going to RE a small sheild generator module to product a Calibration Template (CT) for mass production in the Factory facility.
There are two requiredments to RE an item, this can be a T1 item or your prototyped item you want to mass produce.
The second item is a Decoder of the correct level.
Decoders come in levels from 1 to 10. An item will tell you under the item details what level is required. You can use a decoder of the required level or higher.
The higher the decoder the more efficient your CT will be when you place it into a Factory line for mass production.
Once the Revserse Engineering process is complete you will have your Calibration Template (CT) that can be used for mass production.
Now your ready to use the Factory facility. I will cover that in part 3.
Until then I invite you to vist Perpetuum's offical game site at http://www.perpetuum-online.com
Until next time.