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Opened by Sam Toma - 2018-04-04

FS#29 - Buildings that fail to build explode as if they were destroyed fully constructed

This is particularly annoying when trying to build a compact base as humans.  Sometimes if you build too closely to another object it will allow you to build (green) but instantly blow up when you begin contruction, dealing damage to everything around it, and putting your build timer on cooldown.  Same behavior happens on alien team.

Miroslav Šanc

Wednesday, 04 April 2018, 13:32 GMT

You mean buildings that are too close to spawns? (because only spawns eating other buildings)

Sam Toma

Wednesday, 04 April 2018, 13:44 GMT

Buildings can also explode if they are built too close to another building.  I noticed this when building tight around the RC mostly.  I'll try to create some exact steps to reproduce when I get home.  On aliens I was just seeing a tube explode over and over when trying to place it on a certain wall, even though it should be a valid build spot.

Miroslav Šanc

Tuesday, 24 April 2018, 20:09 GMT

Sam Toma: Can you create that exact steps to reproduce it? Or record short video?

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