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Up till now ive been playing DST on the ps4. Recently ive switched to the pc, and theres a few things that are different. So can someone please tell me about spools, where to find the clothing items I get from giftboxes, and how to use them? as well as any other things I should know about the pc version that differs from the ps4?

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You can see your items in game in the item collection -> curio cabinet menu. There are wearable clothing skins, you can equip them at spawning in a world or by using a wardrobe if you are already in a game. The other skins are craftables (skins for items, like the torch), you can use them when crafting the given item in the game. 

You can also see your items on steam in your steam inventory. 

I don't know much more differences between PC and PS4 since I don't use the latter. 

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well last I checked(years ago) the ps4 version didn't have the spool. we just collected a few per day, then combined them to get higher quality ones. I got a pair of gloves and a skirt yesterday, will it only be visible on certain characters?

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Thank you for answering my questions, now one more thing. Why do beefalo still not recognize loyalty towards the tamer?

Maybe theres a mod for it? Aha, theres a bunch of steam mods for it! Any suggestions? this was my biggest gripe on the ps4 version!

 

Okay, ive checked out the mod section and its really awesome. Now that ive seen them, im wondering, if I can play as the myriad of different characters that people created/copy pasted onto DST. I feel the need to avoid the absurdly strong ones, but either way a query. Do other people also need the mod's for that character if I wanted to play as it on DST? how does this stuff work?

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If you wanted to play a mod character, the mod would have to be enabled on the server itself. So, you can't just join any server and play modded characters.

Client mods (that only affect -your- experience, like changing the game's interface layout) can be used at any time. But mods that actually change gameplay must be enabled on the hosting server.

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Thank you very much for the response, another query, one that is a bit more... burdensome, likely. Is there any way to differentiate between character mods that are balanced, and the over the top ones? I just want something different, like a character with a cool jacket or something that has a unique weapon or ability that is balanced that can still die just as well as any other. 

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