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AMC-671 (Bug)

Filled Cells don't return Empty Cell after used to fill

Description

Creosote Cells in to fuel a combustion generator, I didn't receive the Empty Cells back again when the generator took the fuel in the cells.

-Slot missing for Empty Cells to be dumped in the interface.

-Might be intentional. If it's intentional, it's fucking bullshit

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Tinytimrob
Current Assignee Project Manager Programming Lead

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Rejected issue (Invalid)

This is currently working as intended and not a bug. Buckets and Cells do NOT work the same way!

Filled buckets don't stack, but you get the bucket back after you've dropped off the liquid (they are sturdy and reusable) and you can use them to place the liquid back down into the world afterwards.

Filled cells DO stack, but they break when you drop off the liquid (they are fragile) and you can't use them to place liquids into the world. (The only exception to this I know of is that cells can be used to fill tanks and will return the empty cell without breaking - if anything that's probably more likely to be the bug.)

This difference is a game balancing factor - 1 reusable but non-stacking bucket costs 3 tin or iron ingots, whereas 1 single-use stackable cell costs only 1/3 of a tin ingot (each tin ingot will give you 3 cells). Consequently the cost of a cell (raw materials wise) is 1/9th of the cost of a bucket.

Admittedly you do have to use some electricity and machines to make the cells in the first place, but this is essentially a long term irrelevancy from a balancing perspective, especially when using renewable energy which is basically free.

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