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The new ocean got me thinking...

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Canis    10,052

So, you know when you reach the edge of the map, the ocean basically falls into... another ocean?

It got me thinking, and about an hour later, I came up with this.

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Thoughts?

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Auth    9,640

Oh. This. I like this. I thought something similar, but this is way more than I thought of! This would be a really cool way to explain the DLCs that as of recently been deemed completely non-canon, and possibly change that/work it in somehow!

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Canis    10,052
Just now, minespatch said:

Does that mean a future DLC could be above Hamlet?:wilson_ecstatic:

Heaven.

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reverentsatyr    2,645

yay, lore!

Assuming that your theory is right, the pigs get more and more uncivilized with each descending step. Hamlet has civilized pigs with a fancy queen, RoG has uncivilized pigs with a king, and Shipwrecked has Wildbores with no royalty.

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QrChuck    191

If that's correct, we should see bottom of the waterfall coming from Hamlet on at least one edge of the Constant ingame

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mathem99    1,590
9 hours ago, Canis said:

So, you know when you reach the edge of the map, the ocean basically falls into... another ocean?

It got me thinking, and about an hour later, I came up with this.

image.thumb.png.7ea4c7e776ac0a6ebfc6e9ba3ed21e24.png

Thoughts?

I'm loving this theory, but I do have a question.

In Shipwrecked you are able to go through the bounds of the map (which takes the form of a fog) and traverse through it teleporting you to the other side of the map, if your theory is right doesn't that mean we are sailing through a waterfall? Why don't wet get wet from it?

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-Variant    5,261
4 hours ago, mathem99 said:

In Shipwrecked you are able to go through the bounds of the map (which takes the form of a fog) and traverse through it teleporting you to the other side of the map, if your theory is right doesn't that mean we are sailing through a waterfall? Why don't wet get wet from it?

Not theory creator, but the way I see it is that it's simply massive. 
Like, a bloody massive waterfall that's so big it's "mist" pushes the player all the way back around.

Why you don't get wet is weird because you're sailing through fog anyways... I dunno, just came to mind.

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The 2C3D    582

I’d love to see a waterfall falling down onto the top half of the DS world, instead of it just dropping off abruptly and almost unnoticeably.

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