Wobster on fire


homyx
  • Version: PC/MAC/Linux Fixed

When hit by lightning strike, nearby wobster catches fire and the water is on fire above him

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get hit by lightning near a wobster, i also had a baggims with me, and he also caught fire, but dont think he ignited the wobster

Status: Fixed

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16 minutes ago, watermelen671 said:

It's supposed to happen with WX. Whenever he gets hit by lightning, all things in the immediate facility will also catch fire.

But an underwater lobster too?

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Just now, fimmatek said:

But an underwater lobster too?

I'm pretty sure it happens outside of the beta as well, so I'm pretty sure it's intentional. :wilson_blush:

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2 minutes ago, watermelen671 said:

I'm pretty sure it happens outside of the beta as well, so I'm pretty sure it's intentional. :wilson_blush:

I still don't think it supposed to happen... DS non-beta also has still some bugs. But whatever, Klei will fix it if they want.

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18 hours ago, fimmatek said:

I still don't think it supposed to happen... DS non-beta also has still some bugs. But whatever, Klei will fix it if they want.

it is non-beta, but it will be fixed :D

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May be the chemistry of the wobster's skin allow it to burn under water? I mean under water fire isn't totally impossible IRL from a chemistry point of view.

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On 2017. 10. 09. at 8:59 AM, Mday said:

May be the chemistry of the wobster's skin allow it to burn under water? I mean under water fire isn't totally impossible IRL from a chemistry point of view.

but as you can see, the fire is not underwater, it is on the surface and follow the wobster

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