TheOwl

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  1. When I launched Griftlands on Steam this morning, all of my unlocks and save data were gone. Taking a look at the save folder, it appeared a new folder had been created, named steam-76561198779325704 and the game now appeared to save in this folder instead of the usual steam-76561198054787819. I have not switched Steam accounts or anything of the sort, and my Steam ID is 76561198054787819. Pasting the data from the original folder to the new one worked to be able to keep playing on my regular save file.
  2. Pretty easy to beat indeed, since I do beat it with my only screenshot of an end game screen, which is my latest Prestige 4 genocide run (I don't think there were any Admiralty alive by the end of it, plus a few innocent bystanders). Needless to say the Spree loved me (as well as Leesha which is always a good thing). Now get to posting people, we need actually impressive high scores.
  3. Now I kinda want a game that's all about doing manual labor and house chores but with a shotgun.
  4. Oh, that's a shame. I really like changing sides often in his campaign, so I think it'd be fun if maybe they hated you after the fight but loved you if you end the campaign supporting their side (not necessarily during the campaign, but they should show in the loved people list on the end game screen in that case).
  5. Have not tried Smith at all yet, but wouldn't it simply be like the "Empty" cards and "Fully Charged" cards from Rook? With two different playstyle available with a same mechanic? (either spending/stacking charges or spending/stacking Renown)
  6. I personally like that you gain XP by using cards. Means you can upgrade more cards than in Slay the Spire, which is especially interesting because the cards in Griftlands have two possible upgrades, out of a larger pool, so two identical cards don't always have the same upgrades. Having as few upgrades as you get in StS would be a shame in my opinion. It also encourages you to use every card you have and, when safe enough, go for unoptimal plays: should I use that upgraded Overbear and get this argument plus a good chunk of damage to core resolve, or should I use this unupgraded card that will only deal with the argument so I can upgrade it soon?
  7. Those seem like great changes to me! Hope they'll be effective enough at making the game more fun to play to get to the regular release soon-ish!
  8. If we have every game you guys have made but some are owned on platforms other than Steam, do we have to get them on Steam or can we just send you a proof that we own it elsewhere? I guess that won't be an issue for me since I don't own the Don't Starve DLCs, but I got Mark of the Ninja and Eets Munchies in a humble bundle and finished them both, even though they're not in my Steam library, and there might be other people in the same case.