Torruun

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  1. Bug Submission Please choose a category [Gameplay] Platform Steam Version Number - Issue title Bees released into traps when resetting them. Steps to reproduce Step one: Set traps for rabbits. Step Two: Attack hive, collect bees. Step three: Collect from traps on way home. Step four: Check inventory to find bees missing. Step five: Rage. Step six: Repeat steps 1-6 in order. Describe your issue It seems like every time I take down a bee hive, and go directly to my rabbit traps to take food with me back home to cook before making a bee box, I notice the trap is instantly sprung when I reset it, and I find myself with stingers... and a lack of bees. This has led me to believe that there is a bug where if you have bees in your pockets, though I have not tried with bees in my backpack, they somehow escape into traps you place, or perhaps picking up traps releases them. I am not entirely sure which, but over 4 times I have been denied a bee box because of this phenomenon.
  2. Didn't see that, I'll go take care of that right away. Thank you.
  3. While I like the idea of a back slot, I think an "Accessory" slot would be better IMO. Essentially, a sort of place where you can have a cloak of minor effect, or perhaps a necklace, or ring, or even gaudy bauble earrings. Whatever, if it can be thought of as an accessory, I think it might have a place in the game. The only problem is, how many accessories with effects could you possibly have? I honestly can't think of very many that would be of use without overpowering you.
  4. I don't think this is particularly necessary. As others have stated, I have very little threat from my bee friends. Heck, they've even saved my life against the hounds that occasionally appear a couple of times. I honestly don't think that pacifying them is something that needs to be in the game.
  5. An interesting idea, but with nights being much shorter than days, this system would unfortunately not work. Though, were-mobs would be interesting. Would definitely be an interesting use of the moon cycle.
  6. I haven't seen any posts about this, but it seems like every time I take down a bee hive, and go directly to my rabbit traps to take food with me back home to cook before making a bee box, I notice the trap is instantly sprung when I reset it, and I find myself with stingers... and a lack of bees. This has led me to believe that there is a bug where if you have bees in your pockets, though I have not tried with bees in my backpack, they somehow escape into traps you place, or perhaps picking up traps releases them. I am not entirely sure which, but over 4 times I have been denied a bee box because of this phenomenon.
  7. I personally have never had a problem with gobblers. I tend to have a multi-pronged approach to food. I set up shop near where the nearest dense rabbit population is to a beefalo herd, then from there make about 5 farms, gather ALL the berry bushes, saplings, and grasses to make a rather large farm, and start making traps for the rabbits and any birds dumb enough to get caught in the traps. Out of all my deaths thusfar, starvation has NOT been one. However, I think your giant gobbler idea sounds interesting. But I think of it this way, a giant gobbler has to come from somewhere right? Why not make it so that if a gobbler survives long enough on the map, it grows in strength, and bravery. I wouldn't make it go so far as to be as powerful as you first intended, but with gobblers spawning every so often, it'd keep a somewhat consistent harassment of annoying, yet tasty birds.