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  1. Do all mobs kite you? Or is it just pigs? I haven't fought anything else but pigs since I started a new world.
  2. I hope they do this, and I also hope that they make this battle a LOT better than others. Right now, there are kitable (Nearly all mobs), Luck-based kitable (Spider warriors, sometimes they hit you from miles away without jumping and sometimes they jump and miss), and in the next update, completely unkitable monsters (Those walruses with blowdarts that you can't dodge, only run).I hope they make it so Maxwell has a projectile attack so you can atleast dodge it if you catch it in time.
  3. I agree. When I want to conserve some grass, and just wait out the night, I plant pinecones near my fire pit and start chopping.Although, I've been running out of pinecones since I started making my gigantic Crock Pot Resteraunt.
  4. *Ahem*I think you forgot to add this one:http://forums.kleientertainment.com/showthread.php?10368-Interesting-Tip
  5. [Dramatic Movie Trailer Voice] In a world, where pigmen live together, cramped in a tiny spot suitable for life on their unforgiving planet, pigmen fight each other to survive. The three thriving tribes fight an endless war where only one can survive. THIS...is their story There were three main tribes of the pugnacious Pigs. One of those tribes, Wilson destroyed forever with his extreme combat skills, and then smashing their houses so that tribe could not repopulate, leaving nothing but ashes and dust behind. The remaining two tribes, Wilson had decided to leave alone. But, about 100 days later, Wilson went and got some Frog Legs to train some military pigs, and he ordered them to attack the first tribe. The WHOLE tribe retaliated against Wilson's 3 military pigs, beating them down and eating their skin. Then, Wilson noticed that the pigs from the second tribe were coming to fight a war against the first tribe! It was a brutal, evenly matched war. Wilson decided to side with the second tribe because his attacks against the first was not going to be forgotten easily. They fought and fought, even throughout the day and night. After two brutal days and nights, both the tribes had agreed to a treaty and just walked away, leaving the first tribe scarred forever, and the second tribe brutally beaten and smashed. To this day, they still live in the same area, and also continue the endless fight between each other. Neither side ever emerged victorious. This... Is... PIG WARS! [/Dramatic Movie Trailer Voice] If you didn't understand what happened to me by reading the epic movie trailer in text form, then here's the super boring, non-exciting and extremely short version of what happened: Pigs from different "tribes" will fight each other if they are close enough, and if they hit another pig. You can just tame one pig, go into the middle of two pig tribes, and attack one of them. Once your pig gets hit, the other tribe will act as if they hit a member of their tribe, and they will go berserk. It's a very easy way to obtain meat without krampus coming for you, but of course, if you don't have two tribes near each other you can just tame pigs and force them to kill each other.
  6. So, what's the problem?For real, though, I think this was the point. You can basically explore the whole map and not get hit once if you are careful about it. This adds some action when you are tediously walking along the coast to finish your map. Also, as L0stLP said, it stops you from getting 20 bee boxes and living forever (even though you can do it with only 2).
  7. I've been using this trick to store resources. Like when I get too much grass, I just hit that campfire and then I can pick up a few more pieces. Or when I have enough resources to make my second effigy, but don't want to lose more max HP, so I store it until I can so the meat doesn't spoil.
  8. When you use a straw roll, it cuts your current hunger in HALF! That means, if you are practically starving with 5 hunger left, you can sleep and lose minimal hunger! The more you know.
  9. I'm at 113 days and going, it was my first attempt at Wes aswell. I have not died yet (as in, I didn't die and revive from an effigy or amulet). Food isn't really a problem, so I smashed all my beeboxes and swore to never use honey again. *OH GOD I MISS MY HONEY, TAFFY, AND PUMPKIN COOKIES *
  10. *Quick voice* Okay, let me say this nice, quick, and easy. Most Dearest [MENTION=9385]fear_town[/MENTION], this is not another "Honey is amazing, discuss," thread. (http://forums.kleientertainment.com/showthread.php?10191-Why-do-people-feel-the-need-to-start-new-threads-to-topics-on-the-front-page-already) *End quick voice* Let's start with "A New Start" first, shall we? A New Start Day 112 was the beginning of a new beginning in my world. I was pondering about life in Don't Starve. I decided to take the 12 steps to stop addiction, to honey of course. I mustered up all my mental strength, pulled out my hammer, and smashed all 6 of my beeboxes to bits. What I did next will be described in the, "A Challenge!" part of this thread. Neeeext up! "Ode to Honey"! Ode To Honey I did not like the final harvest, Because you have gotten me the farthest. I could not have made it this far if it wasn't for you. Without you, what on Earth would I do!? I shall treasure the final 36 pieces of your honey. Whenever I think of you, the sky always turns sunny. I sing that every night before I go to sleep in my straw roll ;') And the final part of this thread: "A Challenge!" A Challenge! This is just like other challenges posted on the forums, including a specific set of rules that you have to follow or else you fail the challenge! After I had completely wrecked my beeboxes, I made up a challenge that would stop me from creating another addiction to another food source in the game, thus making me turtle even more. Here are those rules (It's pretty short): 1) No honey (obviously) 2) No byproducts of honey 3) You may only eat foods made from the crock pot 4) You may only eat in the Evening (Orange part on the clock) and in the Early Morning (2 bars after night is over. No lunch, midnight cravings, or daytime snacks. That's all I've got to say! I just thought I'd whip up a quick topic for some of you people to read before I go to bed.
  11. Uhh... if your suggested mice monster was "An arboreal Australian marsupial (Phascolarctos cinereus, family Phascolarctidae) with thick gray fur that feeds on eucalyptus leaves," and "A heavy plant-eating mammal (family Elephantidae, order Proboscidea) with a prehensile trunk, long curved ivory tusks, and large ears," then YES!!!!
  12. I pretty much skimmed through the first 4 lines within 5 seconds, and then stopped reading because I saw it was not related to Don't Starve whatsoever except for the beginning, "Hello Don't Starve Community".Then I scrolled down and read your post, then proceeded to scroll up again and read the whole thing. ON TOPIC: I really, truly, completely, sincerely, whole-heartedly agree. Don't Starve was not meant to be a game in which you turtle all day just to watch the little number next to the word "DAY" go up. But, there is not much the developers can do to change people's playstyles in games. They can only add to the kind of playstyles that OTHER people like.
  13. Same happened to me. I knew that was going to happen eventually, but I had already built half the wooden wall so I didn't feel like redoing it. I guess the fire hound helped me redo my wall... well the destroying part anyways.
  14. I've got... let's see... 15 chests within 3 rows of 6. The third row is half complete, making it 15 instead of 18. I'm planning on having a total of 4 rows of 6, making a grand total of 24 chests.Why? No reason. I just like to put silk in one chest, red feathers in another, black feathers in another, manure in another...
  15. I never went insane at night. I knew better than that... considering that I've seen how dangerous the nightmares can be in the daytime.