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  1. The same applies to pigmen as well although you have to attack another pigman nearby in order to cause them to aggro you when the morning comes (or walk by their house as Webber).
  2. Oof. Perhaps we should consider adding this to the top 10 saddest anime deaths?
  3. Hi there, TEZ. This seems most likely to be an issue associated with spring judging from the picture you included. To clarify, puddles form on the ground frequently in spring due to the rain and these puddles actually prevent structures from being built. You can fix this problem by logging out and logging back in as far as I can remember. Doing this removes the collision detection on the puddles for whatever reason. I hope this helps to solve your problem!
  4. Hi there, M4rtin. This sounds like a common issue players encounter when having a certain setting turned on. Could you try going into your settings menu and look for the lag compensation option in there? If it's turned on (which it is by default), try turning it off and see if that affects your ability to hit Deerclops. Hopefully this fixes the problem!
  5. Does Clwnbaby/esaiXD play on PC or PS4? Also, giving a little more information about what my testings revealed so far, the world regrowth feature seems a bit strange in the placement of the returned mushtrees. I took a screenshot of the area in which there were just 3 mushtrees to begin with. I chopped and dug all 3 of them up, and then went to an area about 3 screens away that contained the majority of the mushtrees. I chopped 24 of those down and waited for a long time to see if they'd grow back. They did, but for some reason, the area in which there were 3 mushtrees originally now had 7 mushtrees and there were less mushtrees in the big area with them. Apparently the game might place the mushtrees further away than where they used to be for whatever odd reason. I can assure you that the mushtrees do grow back even with the stump dug up in the current version of the game. However, there seem to be some circumstances that must be met for them to come back. There can't be any items such as earthquake drops within 1 tile of their spawn point, the time passed must be in the season per mushtree type and also per mushtree, and the player must not be in a 16 tile radius of them for that said period. I'm still testing to see what happens should I just leave the stumps there and if they'll come back after the game removes them for whatever reason. This setting is definitely 1 of the most complicated ones the game has to offer. Edit #1 Okay, so I counted all the mushtrees in the area that I got rid of and out of the 24 that I chopped/dug up, 20 of them came back. That math checks out with the 4 extra ones that spawned in the area that originally had 3 mushtrees to begin with. I honestly can't say how the game figured to put those 4 nearly 4 screens away from where they used to be. I've currently got 4 stumps that I left to see what will happen if I wait long enough. I should also mention that I put the world regrowth setting on fastest to be able to test this out as quickly as possible. Tweaking the setting might be making it a bit janky perhaps. Edit #2 Okay, so the game again removed the stumps over time on its own. The good news is that the mushtree re-spawned even after the stump disappeared. Also, yes, I'm 100% positive that the game can only re-spawn 1 mushtree at a time so if you got rid of 3 of them, it'd take at least 9 days on default settings for all 3 of them to come back. Since digging their stump up with a shovel, burning them with a torch or fire staff, or even allowing the game to remove the stump didn't prevent the mushtree from coming back, the question now is what does stop them from regenerating? According to the wiki, there can't be structures/buildings within 5 tiles of them or any entities within 1 tile of them. I'm assuming earthquake drops will prevent them from coming back, but I'll check to see if this is the case. Interestingly, they do not necessarily re-spawn at the same place. This is just a wild guess, but perhaps your blue mushtree biome did in fact re-spawn the trees you got rid of in the early 900s. However, they re-spawned in different areas among the other mushtrees so it looked like they didn't come back. The only way to tell for sure is to count the muhstrees individually to check if you're really missing some. This mechanic is honestly a huge hassle to test out. I'll do my best to figure it out though as this information is definitely worth knowing for long-term commitment. Edit #3 Oh my god, world regrowth, stop! You're drunk! Now it made 5 of the 7 mushtrees re-spawn in the other area that's like 4 screens away. So apparently the placement of the world regrowth feature is rather highly random. The area they were originally in was as clean as a whistle so there was no reason for the game not to put them back there. This makes figuring out if you're missing anything extremely hard without counting icons on the map 1 by 1. Edit #4 So I have confirmed that earthquake drops, such as rocks, do prevent mushtrees from coming back. I'll have to do some more testing to see if they at least re-spawn in other areas.
  6. I'm not sure when that was proven, but I've had my mushtrees grow back after I chopped and dug their stumps up in my world that I played during May of 2018. I'll do some tests to see if anything changed with the world regrowth system since then, but I was being 100% honest and not attempting to troll at all. Although patches do come out and things can change so I probably should double-check before giving such crucial advice like this. I'll edit my post when I've tested out the mushtree to world regrowth setting. Edit #1 Okay, so I've gotten a bit of testing done but I'll have to continue to figure out this world regrowth system completely. This is what I've found regarding mushtrees and world regrowth on revision 277964 of DST July 20th, 2018. I chopped and dug up mushtree stumps and, after their regrowth time (in the appropriate season), they do grow back. I also tried burning them with a torch/fire staff and they also grew back afterwards. However, it seems that it takes a long time for them to grow unless the desolation regrowth feature kicks in. This is due to the world regrowth only growing 1 mushtree back at a time when the regular regrowth formula is used. The time it takes for a mushtree to grow back, according to the wiki, is 3 days in its appropriate season assuming the player is not within a 16 tile radius of the said mushtree. That means if you chop 5 mushtrees, it should take approximately 15 days for all 5 of them to return assuming the world regrowth is on default settings. In addition to this, I also encountered the same situation as you. When I left the stump on the map it eventually disappeared by the game's own accord. I believe the game will eventually remove the stump so that the mushtree can grow back without the player needing to dig the stump up, but I'll have to do more extensive testing to see if this is the case. Again, I apologize if my post seemed like a troll but my intention was solely to help you out as I know that bug posts (especially those in the PS4/Xbox One sections) largely get ignored. I will continue to test this out during my free time and update my post as I discover more information pertaining to the regrowth feature. I only wish that my lua coding knowledge was more comprehensive so that I could simply dig into the game's files and determine how exactly the regrowth feature works.
  7. Pssst (I think she's hiding jerky in her gloves for emergency food). On a more serious note, that is pretty annoying to anyone's sense of aesthetics. I haven't ever played with graphical modding, but hopefully it shouldn't be too hard to change the priority of the characters' parts and whether they're displayed in the front or rear.
  8. Aqua teen hunger force? Edit #1 Okay, I had to do this... I'm so sorry, Maxwell. Also, this is my first DST image edit ever. Be gentle?
  9. Hi there, Thiago Castro. I noticed that this is the first belonging skin you've obtained. The structure/dress skins work different from clothing. There should be a tab (when you bring up the structure to build on the craft menu), that has an arrow pointing to the right. Click on the tab and it will shift from the normal crock pot to the other skins you have for it. The skin won't be automatically applied when you build things like that because some people might want to make normal ones/other skins if they have them. Check for the clickable arrows to pick! I hope that helps you out.
  10. Hi there, Soumyadip543. Unfortunately, the recipe data is stored locally on your computer and not on cloud. That means that switching the device you use to play on will not carry over your recipe book. People have tried copying their recipe data over, but it results in everything looking like wet goop (which I believe Klei implemented to prevent people from getting the master chef achievement without doing any work). As long as you switch back to the original device you unlocked the recipes on, everything should be fine. I hope that helps!
  11. Did you or anyone else cook anything other than the listed meals during the match? Mr. Matt had an issue getting the achievement as well and found out it was due to someone cooking syrup when apparently cooking anything other than meat/fish (even if you don't offer it) ruins the achievement. Other than that, I can't understand why you're not getting it.
  12. Here you go, Scott. I'm not sure how hard it'll be to read as a paste. I hope it's okay.
  13. It really would've been nice. If you're looking to try and get this achievement as well, this thread can definitely help you out as it seems to be very accurate. Rewards Logic Credits to HamBatter for the work he/she put in.
  14. I just offered this idea to another thread. I'm not 100% certain of this, but I believe it's correct. I'm just guessing at the moment (since I haven't had time to test this out), but I believe offering Cheesecake/Caramel Cube on a silver plate will still net a favor even outside of dessert/cheese rounds. That means you have to also find meals that will net red marks/sapphires outside of their accepted rounds and survive until you offer 3 of those.