I have a complaint about the game that mods cannot fix. I tried to make the mod myself, but upon further research since I've never modded before now, I cannot make this mod due to the game not being open-source. That's why I've turned to the forums. Here's my problem. I can't play this game. I want to play it, but I just can't. Survival is too casual, and Hardcore is too punishing. You could die to something extremely unfair and there goes your character, and playing survival I feel like there is no sense of consequence. There's barely any punishment to death. Thirty percent of your pixels is way too little. You may find yourself thinking, "You can go in the settings and change the punishment to something much higher." That creates the same problem. As an example, let's say I bump the percentile up to eighty. I'm on some planet fighting some monsters with my one-thousand pixel, and I die. I'll lose eight-hundred pixels, and I'll continue playing. The stakes are gone. Every combat encounter after my loss won't have stakes until I amass more pixels, and even then, I never feel like I'll ever lose too much progress. I can always get more pixels. Now, before I hand you a rock to throw at this bird, I'm going to point out another bird that you'll hit along the way. A percentage loss makes no sense realisticly. Pixels have been claimed to be used in 3D-printing, so this leads me to believe that those pixels I'm losing are going to that process of creating a new body for my character. So why is the price of 3D-printing a humanoid body not constant? Hopefully, you see where I'm going with this. The "rock" I propose you use as a solution to both of these problems is a new mode. This mode is halfway between survival and hardcore mode. The revive cost is a constant amount of pixels, and if you can't pay the cost, you can't respawn. You're character is permanently dead. This mode could be a modification of survival mode or an additional mode. If it's an additional mode, I think it would be appropriate to call it "rogue" mode as a reference to the fact that this would make the game very similar to a rogue-like. Post Scriptum: I only really want to play singleplayer, but you could make a feature where other players can pay your fee to print another body for you.