If it were that easy, we’d do it.
Probably not. This most likely wouldn’t even work the way you think. The goal here is to create custom boosters to give you that immediate “push” to help take action, not to cram multiple titles together in an attempt to brute force results. This is why we’re most likely not going to allow this – we’ve got more than enough data to see how people generally respond to new features. They’ll ignore our warnings, try to create a Beyond Libertine Limitless Executive Ultima, then yell at us when it doesn’t work as expected.
All the other modules that are available. But they’ll be capped to 3-6 modules.
This really isn’t that confusing – everyone is overcomplicating things. Most likely, the entire Q store will be open to creating Ultimas, you’ll simply be limited to 3-6 modules. The current Ultima Cores (like Executive or Libertine) may not be available. The reason why has been stated multiple times – people will then try to use the Ultima Cores in their regular Q-customs. The alternative is, if you attempt to circumvent these systems (like adding an Ultima Core in a Q-sub), Q-Engineer will simply switch your order status to “On Hold,” and it’ll be your responsibility to contact us and ask for the offending module to be removed, and you’ll be kicked to the bottom of the queue.
I don’t mean to sound harsh, but we have to deal with people everyday trying to build customs with too many modules, or too little modules and it wastes A LOT of time. We have to email them and figure out which ones to take out, and then they want refunds on the modules that got cut, even though we’ve made it clear that there’s NO REFUNDS on custom subs, etc. It’s an extreme time waste.
This is exactly what we’re trying to avoid. It. Won’t. Work. Well.
Again, Ultimas are best used as stack boosters. It’s not the best format for large, dense subs. Ya’ll can keep trying to push the envelope if you want – there are no refunds on the Q store, so we decide to let everyone have carte blanche in how they build their custom Ultimas, keep that in mind.
You’d do better to just use QL St1 and then build a custom Ultima with the rest of the listed modules (if that will help you take immediate action on your stack).
Yes, it would be helpful, but the Ultima Core has similar scripting already built in, given the fact that there’s a limited amount of slots.