Coriolis Shipyard for Elite Dangerous (by EDCD)

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Posts where coriolis has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-02-07.
  • My asp with the new CG fsd drive can now reach 76ly with mass manager
    Hey, could we see your coriolis ? i'm very interested by your build
  • New player to this on Xbox. I have no idea what I’m doing. The tutorial just finished and thrown me into the deep end. Where or how do I get mining things on the ship it says I need?
    Find stuff , Keep Track of sruff , Build stuff Here are the 3 websites that will help you the most. Fly dangerously o7 CMDR.
  • Behold! the fuel rat killer / ganker who was greeted with the rebuy screen after challenging me to a 1v1
    If, by any chance, you didn't know it (which you probably did, but I'll point it out anyway for other people reading here): Both as well as make it perfectly easy to share your loadout with others or plan ahead for yourself.
  • What are some websites that you use to help u out | 2021-02-26
    Coriolis for making ship builds and seeing if they will work before building them. Designing and saving you builds too.
  • Daily Qa Ask And Answer Any Questions You Have
    Not sure if you know about Coriolis for planning ship builds?
    If you aren't playing currently, I always find outfitting ships in a tool like is super fun, you can play around with different upgrades for components. Just remember, engineering is a bit of a grind and going from lvl 4 to 5 components is a super no fun grind. Engineering the first two levels of components is usually pretty easy as far as materials needed.
    Edit: I thought could let you configure it, but I'm not sure how...
    I think can let you configure it... but honestly just check it out tomorrow?
  • Maybe PSA for people travelling to Sirius | 2021-02-26
    Probably used Plasma Accelerators. These do a lot of absolute damage for which your shields will be vulnerable. I'm guessing you don't have a lot of engineering yet. Once you get that, you should be able to survive long enough to clear the distance. An idea might be to recreate your ship build in Can be of help identifying weaknesses.
  • Elite Dangerous is now available on Xbox Game Pass
    2 - third party tools are your friend, i know it doesn't feel good to have to leave the game to find the information you need for the game but they can save you a lot of hassle, personally i mostly use coriolis to plan ship builds, inara for finding things i need and edtools mining tool for where to find the minerals worth the big bucks
  • Lost Permit
    This is a fun site that lets you mess around with different ships and their loadouts.
  • Best Use of Multi-Monitors
    It's more commonly known as Coriolis. Coriolis EDCD Edition - Shipyard
  • Tips, advice, and links to all things Elite Dangerous for new players coming in from Game Pass today! | 2021-02-24
    Coriolis ED -
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  • Former No Man's Sky player just starting in ED; what's the best way to have fun? provides you with a list of ships, and is also a ship config emulator. Sort that list by cost to see the progression.


Basic coriolis repo stats
9 days ago

EDCD/coriolis is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.