Pig Oinc Casino


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1 hour ago, Pandapanda80 said:

When in Klei gonna make a Onic Casino to spend the surplus of onics for non renewable or other cool stuff.  Or even a way to convert oincs to dabloons for more slot machine fun.

You could turn 9 oincs into a single gold nugget, as 3 oincs per doubloon and 3 doubloon per gold.

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On 17/03/2019 at 3:12 PM, zergologist said:

You could turn 9 oincs into a single gold nugget, as 3 oincs per doubloon and 3 doubloon per gold.

Yes how does one get a dubloon from an oinc, they both can be converted to gold. Gold is an infinite resource that can be easily obtained through the pig king and other means. I want to know how I can get oincs in hamlet and use them on the slot machine in shipwrecked. The whole point of my post what using oincs for non renewables like fire flies or bioluminecence or green gems (not saying i want green gems from oincs) not for something as easy to get as GOLD.

 

The player who use dubloons and refine them for GOLD really haven't gotten to the point in the game where resources are plentiful and the only fun is from chance items. Money for gold is boring! I play worlds for 1000+ days I not asking about basic resources.

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2 hours ago, Pandapanda80 said:

I want to know how I can get oincs in hamlet and use them on the slot machine in shipwrecked. The whole point of my post what using oincs for non renewables like fire flies or bioluminecence or green gems (not saying i want green gems from oincs) not for something as easy to get as GOLD.

Good point, I think the next best option is to make an oinc slot machine, and each level of oinc yields better wins and worse losses, or maybe convert three oincs to a dubloon. Or skip that and allow shops to sell more un-renewables. And also restock the shelves. Nothing says cheap like free trinket money. And then maybe turning gold into tenpiece oincs.

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