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Just now, Mobbstar said:

It's inst:AddComponent(), with a colon. :p

WELP

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Just now, Mobbstar said:

It's inst:AddComponent(), with a colon. :p

*Ragtime theme intensifies*

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6 minutes ago, Mobbstar said:

It's inst:AddComponent(), with a colon. :p

Unless, of course, you write inst.AddComponent(inst,"componentname")

Touché! You outfoxed me and didn't even tell.

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Just now, Mobbstar said:

Touché! You outfoxed me and didn't even tell.

I think it's safe to say we are in the presence of a genius.

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I could right now if I wanted to. I might because I have... no idea how to even start a mod with his lore in it. All I know is it'd be singleplayer.

The lore builds off of Forbidden Knowledge, and please be mindful that it's so easy for Klei to blow a cannonball through this lore.

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Basically, Willoughby was a little farmer on a ranch about 1/4 a mile from Wilson's shack seen in Forbidden Knowledge. He was raised by a couple neighbors who taught him to stay away from Mister Wilson's shack at the end of the road. He did as he was told and grew up scared of a man he never saw. 

Shortly after Wilson was abducted, detectives came to the house to inspect why he just suddenly went missing. They cleaned out the house after presuming Wilson dead and took the possessions inside away by a truck. Willoughby's ranch, Rock Bottom Ranch, was right by a bend in the road, which the truck took too sharply and spilled a contaminated test tube, a bunsen burner, and the Voxola radio. Willoughby noticed these things and picked them up. He got the contaminated test tube's goo all over his hand, which caused a mutation of sorts. It's weird, because before that he never had a problem with turning into a werebunny on the full moon. The radio coaxed Willoughby to the island similar to Wilson. Willoughby was offered a place to play forever with no worries about farming or selling the ranch.

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In a mod, I'd probably have it possible to "befriend" survivor NPCs you'd find at camp set pieces, and you'd be given mini-quests based on who you talk to.

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Wasn't Wilson and Willoughby related in any way?

 

5 hours ago, DextersComicLaboratory said:

In a mod, I'd probably have it possible to "befriend" survivor NPCs you'd find at camp set pieces, and you'd be given mini-quests based on who you talk to.

Sounds like a completely different game from Don't Starve :) It may be possible but I know nothing about modding/coding.

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3 minutes ago, DragonMage156 said:

Sounds like a completely different game from Don't Starve :) It may be possible but I know nothing about modding/coding.

I made a mini-quest mod ages ago. It was very poorly designed and discontinued for that reason, as well as the "completely different game" factor you mentioned.

But it was working, and it would have worked even better if it'd have used its own quest objects instead of trying to manipulate existing ones...

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On March 2, 2016 at 2:35 PM, Mobbstar said:

I made a mini-quest mod ages ago. It was very poorly designed and discontinued for that reason, as well as the "completely different game" factor you mentioned.

But it was working, and it would have worked even better if it'd have used its own quest objects instead of trying to manipulate existing ones...

That was the other concern. It'd also be so huge to code. 

Trying to keep it from deviating from the game would be so difficult. Who knows though. Maybe I'll try to tackle that problem.

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On 3/2/2016 at 2:28 PM, DragonMage156 said:

Wasn't Wilson and Willoughby related in any way?

Nah. Willoughby was meant to live down a road a little ways away from Wilson's house, but he was told by his neighbors and parents to not get near Wilson's house, so he never did.

 

There was some talk in the beginning to make them related, but that's a line I don't want to cross with OCs in this community. ;w;

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I have a question. In a comedic sense, do you think Wendy would question Willoughby's veganism?

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18 hours ago, Quoth143 said:

I have a question. In a comedic sense, do you think Wendy would question Willoughby's veganism?

Probably haha

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24 minutes ago, DextersComicLaboratory said:

Probably haha

that makes me curious on Willoughby sees Wigfrid and the other way :0

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1 hour ago, DextersComicLaboratory said:

Last stream, one of the devs playfully brought up Klei skins for DST. Shank Wilson and Ninja Wes were the main two mentioned.

Internationale skin for Willow, anyone?

I always miss these streams -_-

Anyway, how about something dragon related? Ooh, like a dragon onsie! XD

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14 hours ago, DragonMage156 said:

Wow, he looks mean (in a cool, badass way)

Shank looks really mean, tho. I'd link a picture but he's usually kinda bloody.

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