I just wanted to post the incident that occurred while I was playing today (alas, no pictures). So, this morning I decided to create a Starfury from Babylon 5. As I was trying to create it to be functional in Space Engineers as well, the ship ended up a bit more... rotund than I would have preferred. I named my fighter the Space Tubby. All in all, it's a standard ship. However, it happens to be cursed. One of the first things I do to my ships is copy and paste them so I can try to destroy them. The first test on the poor Space Tubby was ramming it into an asteroid. I managed to get the fighter up to about 60 m/s, turned off dampeners, and jettisoned. The Tubby rammed into the asteroid in a plume of dust and... survived. One wing had broken off the little guy, but other than that the impact barely scratched the paint. I began to grow suspicious. The next test was to ram the target Tubby with a clone of itself. Despite its girth, it took several tries to actually hit the fighter. I eventually resorted to building a long rail to guide me towards the target. Impact at last! but the Space Tubby is unharmed. Or, at least, the target is. The fighter I was piloting careened off and killed itself on a nearby space station. Finally, I decide that the Space Tubby target must die. I create a copy of my battleship, accelerate up to 65 m/s, and ram the thing. My warship slams into the Tubby, sending it flying. Unfortunately, momentum hates me, as my battleship continues on and smashes its own face in on my cruiser, the Horker. I get out of my slightly compressed battleship to check on the damages. The target Tubby had two small dents in it from the impact. Let me simplify this last incident: a tiny fighter crippled two warships with negligible damage to itself. I'm afraid of that Tubby. I really am. When multiplayer comes, you will too.