Arlesienne

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About Arlesienne

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  • Biography I aten't dead. End of comment.
  • Location Somewhere in the multiverse. It warps periodically, see.
  • Interests Literature. Games, game studies & the corelations between the two. Fantasy as a convention. Writing.
  • Occupation Curiosity killed the cat. Wonder, wonder, little fly...

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  1. Work is temporarily over, so I'm formatting "To Hatch a Crow" to schedule it for publication (best make use of the scheduling option while Core lasts). The thing is too big to go as a single work (will offer a separate PDF download, I think), so I've got to split it into meaningful chunks. I guess I could use the Kubler-Ross BABDA model. Thoughts?

  2. It is ready for carnage!
  3. I have just realised what I ought to secure: a picture of the boys standing atop of a pile of meat (*cough* one million dead Wilsons *cough*) and shrieking "SCREW FARMING!!!" to the farthest reaches of HERE.

  4. Sounds very tempting. I would have to learn to eat white cheese, artichokes and vinegar for a start, then visit North Carolina. The last part piques my interest the most. PS I've just sent a note to Ambarina on DA.
  5. I will break you all know. Arles does not like pizza. She tried so hard and ultimately gave up on trying to enjoy it. Unless she makes a sweet one, that is only with nuts, raisins and vanilla sugar on the "pie", she can't consume it.
  6. Great picture. I enjoy the guy. Re-reading Dickens only amplifies his liking :). The second part: is this a request? I mean, if you need lore research or something, I will happily help.
  7. @TheBlob has just made me understand what I've been missing in my base the whole time:

    http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=886521095

    I'm going to call him Benny.

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    2. Arlesienne
    3. minespatch

      minespatch

      ayenths rustling intensifies.png

      Also, shocked! Glad to see more of Wilson's laboratory to get more love. Curious if the grandfather clock will get a mod next.

    4. Arlesienne

      Arlesienne

      @minespatch, that pic. You rock XD.

  8. Welcome to the forums. Have you tried verifying the game's core integrity through Steam? It is one of the options in your library on right-click. I've got two different PCs on W10 I use to host DST, so I'll try to help. At any rate, when you start the game and encounter errors, a log will be created. With this log in the Klei directory in Documents, you are able to submit a support ticket through the bugtracker. Most recommended.
  9. You get titles for epic personal failures on the forums (mine came when I noticed a bug showing Hallowed Nights' free costumes in Steam inventories, reported it, then sobbed publicly as every person in my friendlist had them while I didn't).
  10. You can make games here, just follow the rules pinned. Tagging is with @, then typing the name and clicking. Signatures are edited in the profile dashboard. I do not understand the last one. Was it helpful?
  11. This might be a fun mod, you know. I like the low health.
  12. SEXY CHASSIS YOU HAVE HERE. Maybe you should :)?
  13. Sooo... what did I miss? Apart from literally farming upvotes. I somehow doubt so many just honour discussion.
  14. I would not go that far. After all any GoH and most Triumphant skins break immersion. Wicker strutting around in a ballgown and high heels. Have you seen her fighting the deerclops decked out like this? It's quite something. The hair being put in braids, ponytails, buns and pigtails makes sense for the 1920s. The real cause might actually be how undraped hair can look messy, not to mention the pain it is to animate (even more so in 2D). Long hair would risk pokethrough and anim assets glitching. It is not necessarily a theme.
  15. Just saying, I don't remember being able to heal allied pigs and so on. And the recipes mentioned have other benefits. Temperature changes, for one. Ease of preparation in certain biomes. Topmost, food with less satiation lets you micromanage less. Unless you're Wolfgang or WX with upgrades, to eat something like a meaty stew, you have to wait till you reach 1 hunger point to lose just 1 hunger point upon eating. If you have a few bunwiches, you eat in a more relaxed way, because you don't have to risk being prevented from eating (like when fighting) only as you waited to reach a certain level of hunger to maximise the use of your more filling meal.