ResearchPal mod tip: Shift clicking on a research in the research tab will auto-line up all the required research topics in your research queue, so you don't have to manually select each research topic when the current one is done.
Also: look up the Sidearms Mod, you might like it, allows your colonists to hold more than one weapon
It doesn't work very good with Combat Extended.
The only way to give them a sidearm is to tell them to pick it up into their inventory. Then it works just like simple sidearms, but after they're done with the enemy they're leaving the gun on the ground and go on with their lives.
Maybe there is a fix for that, but I didn't even try looking for it.
The Jilp 7 run is just a sci-fi romantic comedy, think about it. A lovable idiot, yet normal guy (Jilp), is stuck on a planet alone, and slowly falls in love with a native girl next door type (Lucas). They both play hard to get, but wise up and get married and honeymoon on a small cottage by the river, that they try to rebuild.
Uranium is arguably useful for a few things. A masterwork uranium mace will do the highest blunt damage in the game, but at that point it's pretty fucking lethal, and I always imagined blunt damage is only useful for downing enemies without causing cuts. It's also supposedly the best material to make stuff-able armour out of. But it always seems to be so scarce that it seems better to just make marine armour instead. The most useful thing Ive ever found for it, and I don't know if this is one of my mods that I forgot about, but it may be useful for producing shield belts.
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Strategic Asset Allocation.
The Key Elements of Portfolio Management.
Portfolio Management Tips for Young Investors.
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Early Higher Risk Allocation.
An Exemplary Egg.
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Keep Costs to a Minimum.