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About CaribbeanIguana

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  1. [Game Update] - 336897

    The only thread I've ever made here was specifically for this, thank you.
  2. [Game Update] - 307715

    I thought the whole issue was that the gameplay wasn't creative enough. If I cared about how each character played first and foremost I'd just play WX/Wicker/Wolfgang. But I don't, so I play as the cool pirate (despite the fact that he's awful outside of SW) and the bad guy from Jumanji (despite the fact that his perks were meager) because I liked their personalities more than the other characters' personalities. I don't know, removing him entirely instead of just changing his perks like you guys did with Warly and rewriting some of his lines doesn't seem right. How many "it's a...thing"s do you guys change from patch to patch? Just pretend the lines that use the word "savages" or reference the East India Trading company are placeholders like that.
  3. [Game Update] - 296676

    Right, I was testing how they worked in SW with a few things like puddles and lureplants. None of the Hamlet crafted turfs allow eyeplants to spawn.
  4. [Game Update] - 296676

    I've been playing Shipwrecked since it came out. Puddles aren't supposed to spawn on crafted turfs like wooden flooring or cobblestones, so the Hamlet ones should be the same way.
  5. [Game Update] - 296676

    Speaking of new crafted turfs, have you all looked into puddles spawning on Hamlet's crafted turfs in Shipwrecked?
  6. I made an account specifically for this issue. Anyway, yeah, the title. I tested four of the crafted turfs (Lawn, Cultivated, Flat Stone, and Stone Path) in a Shipwrecked monsoon season, and they all had puddles spawn on them. Aren't the crafted turfs supposed to prevent that? All of them prevent eyeplant spawns though, so that's nice. Thanks, Klei. Really loving Hamlet so far. Keep up the good work. Although if I've got your attention, making the viper snakeskin turf unique would be very appreciated.