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PostSubject: Shelling   Tue May 06, 2008 4:43 am

Yes it's one of my lessons, are you noticing a trend here...


A lot of you here probably know what shelling is. Of those who do, most probably use it. But for those who don't let me explain.

When you make a psiball and stop focussing on it, it disssapears. So if you make a small shield all the way around the psiball, then the energy can't escape. This means you can stop focusing on it, and it will still be there.

To shell a psi ball follow the below steps:

1. Make your construct to shell. (a psiball in this case.)

2. Make a layer of energy around the psiball.

3. Program the psiball to stop any energy from coming out of the psiball.*

So there you have it, now you can keep your psiballs from dissapating. Unfortunately, there are some problems with shelling. (as there are with everything...)

To Shell Or Not to Shell

Overall shelling is a good way to keep your psiballs from falling apart. But when you get to more advanced constructs, it can be a crutch. It may even interfere with what the construct is supposed to do.

So how do you keep your constructs from dissapating without shelling? The answer is simple. Program it to stay together. Unfortunately for many there programs don't always do what they are supposed to. So people developed an easier way to keep their constructs together.

I would reccomend not shelling a construct unless you really have to. Practice not using shells if you must. But it hampers the ability(without creative programming) for constructs to gather their own energy.

In the end it is your choice, but at least try programming them to stay together first. And see how well it works for you before you start to shell.

* See "Lesson 2: Programming and some Exercises"
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