Dunk Mujunk

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  1. I do both. I'll usually have a small summer base with 2 flings if my gf is playing the map with me, 1 fling if it's just me, usually around a pond or 2. Then a base in the caves. We alternate between the surface and the caves depending on what we want to be doing at the time. But to be honest I usually spend summer time on the surface farming logs, and on a recent solo map with a 6 fling base I kind of have to use summer to farm logs.
  2. Any of the gold tools. A shovel/pickaxe/axe heads weight in gold would really help me out financially right now.
  3. Hamlet PS4 Release Date?

    I don't know for sure, it's less that I've seen them say they aren't bringing it to PS4, and more that I haven't seen anything that says they are. I do know they are currently focused on the Return of Them update, and past that they are committed to character reworks (of which they've only completed 2, obviously not counting the introduction of Wortox and Wormwood). Klei does seem interested in keeping parity between PC DST and Console DST. I don't know how big their team is, or how many resources they have allocated to other games, but between the RoT update and character reworks I'd imagine they have their plate full for the current year and beyond. And that's not mentioning RoT seems to be a series of updates as opposed to a single update. This is, of course, all theory crafting though. I honestly have absolutely no idea what all they are planning for a possible console version of Hamlet. **I did find this thread over in the Hamlet GD section, it doesn't answer any questions, but I'd imagine this would be the place to keep tabs on for any new info on the topic**
  4. Hamlet PS4 Release Date?

    Last I was aware they weren't currently working to bring Hamlet to PS4, not sure if that has changed. I'm pretty sure we are getting the Return of Them update though.
  5. Bee Queen vs Bunnymen

    Just finished the fight, another 14 hutches did the trick. I payed a bit more attention to positioning this time when the Queen and her Bees aggro ed on me, I tried to keep the largest pack of Bunnymen between us. I was a bit more active in pulling the Queen back toward the pack when she broke aggro and the Bunnymen fled. Unfortunately I did not get the kill achievement, which I normally don't care about, but I think I'm gonna have to try the wall trick at some point. And to answer your question PSV, no I don't have any rods or flings out there yet. There isn't much out that way aside from a couple sink holes and the Bee Queen. I was already planning a bypass road to go around the hutches for when I'm traveling with meat, and I generally stay at base during the summer to farm logs. I really should throw some rods up though, my first batch of failed fights took place in Spring.
  6. Bee Queen vs Bunnymen

  7. Bee Queen vs Bunnymen

    I'm getting ready to leave the house for a minute, but I'll get a pic up when I get back. I did watch a video that mentioned leaving enough room between hutches so the Bunnymen don't get stuck, and I did that, but I did cram a rectangle of 20 hutches with the rest of the hutches inside the rectangle and the Queen hive slightly off center. Now that I'm visualizing it in my head I may only have 31 or 34 hutches. Anyway, yeah, the group may be getting broken up as they move through the hutches. They spend a good bit of the fight outside the area, but the Bunnymen and Bee Queen are constantly moving in and out of the hutch area. I'll get the pic up in the next hour or so.
  8. Bee Queen vs Bunnymen

    I'm honestly awful at combat lol. I avoid it at all costs. Gunpowder is my go to for the Deerclops, Bearger and Goose Goose, and I always take Hounds to the Beefalo. I'll fight the smaller mobs if I have to, but most of the time I just run. My gf helped me with the Dragonfly though, that's the one boss I've actually gone toe to toe with. We had a lot of fun with that.
  9. Bee Queen vs Bunnymen

    Thanks for the tips everyone, I'm gonna try a bit of everything. I'm just about to hit summer so I figure I'll use the season to farm spiders down in the caves while I gather rocky turf for roads. I'm already sitting on 20 spider eggs so I'll set those up as well (should have done that ages ago). I also found another colony of Bunnymen, should be able to get the mats for another 15 hutches or so. Worst case scenario I'll just brute force the fight, but pound cake/beekeeper hats/beardlords/more Bunnymen should do the trick.
  10. I know we talked about this in another thread, but I didn't want to detract anymore from the topic of that thread than I already have. So I set up 38 Bunnymen huts around the Bee Queen hive. They haven't been able to get the job done, at the same time I've given them no protection aside from the last attempt in which I only had 4 heavily damaged football helmets and 3 beekeeper hats to spare. I think I've got her to phase 3 at least. I hit the point where the Grumble Bees get the speed boost, and the fight continues for a bit after that. The issue seems to be that the Bee Queen hits a point where she just keeps shrieking and the Bunnymen are held in a constant flee mode where their numbers are seriously decimated. The one thing I haven't done is kill the Grumble Bees that aggro me. I've been completely avoiding all damage and combat during the sequence. Honestly I'm thinking about hitting her with a pan flute/40 stack of gunpowder just before dusk and seeing how the Bunnymen do after that, but I'd rather not dip into my Deerclops/Bearger solution material.
  11. CapCoons would be neat

    Just a console player passing through here, but I love this idea. And I like the red one. Grumpy old Capcoon.
  12. Awesome, I'm definitely gonna get to work on that setup today. Thanks for the info.
  13. We just took out the Dragonfly for the first time yesterday, and the Bee Queen is next on the list. Do y'all just spawn the BQ and let the Bunnymen do all the work, or do you have to get in there and damage the BQ and Grumble Bees? We watched a video on the topic a while back, and the guy was wading into the mass of Bunnymen to pick off the Grumble Bees. I'm worried about trying to target the bees and accidentally hitting the Bunnymen.
  14. Was lag an issue? We play split screen and the past few days have been pretty rough lag wise. Yesterday wasn't terrible, but Thursday and Friday we experienced particularly aggressive rubber banding, as well as constant loss of control over our characters.
  15. How many camps are in your worlds?

    We generally have a main base up top, preferably close to Beefalo, but large quantities of grass is the main thing we look for. We'll then throw up a secondary summer base, usually around a pond or 2, most of the time in the green forest or birch forest. I like to throw up a fling and clear cut everything in the area to completely avoid fires. On our current map we've really got into the caves for the first time and have a large base down there, with tentative plans for a ruins base. We actually have a ruins base started, but due to a shadow monkey turned splumonkey raid on our chests and icebox those plans are on hold until I can secure the area a bit more. I've brought around 12 to 15 tree guards, most of them ancient, to help with the job. I tried to relocate the rock lobsters to the area, but they wandered back to the other side of the caves. We generally keep the number of bases low due to my love of roads. I tend to build roads to about anything and everything, and I'm currently working on going all out with signage to cut down on having to reference the map. Another thing I've started doing recently at main base is building a rabbit pen. Aside from the grass availability, we like to base right next to savanna biomes for easy access to large amounts of morsels in the early days of a world. Whenever I get some down time, and the food situation is good, I'll throw up a wooden fence pen with 2 sets of double gates and a firepit and lightning rod in the middle right on the outskirts of base. I'll then sweep the local rabbit holes for a few days and release the rabbits into the pen. This obviously keeps them from dying/spoiling and gives us super easy access to morsels even in spring when the holes are closed up. I'm particularly proud of myself for this idea. I'm sure it's a common tactic, but it's one of the few things I've come up with on my own without consulting the wiki, which is pretty much always open on my phone while I'm playing.