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  1. Plus, compost is stinky rich soil. A stinky rich plant needs stinky rich soil!
  2. Using a Garden Rig-a-ma-jig, and reloading the world, will spawn one with the same percentage at 0,0 I discovered this bug after finding three Rigamajigs stacked on top of eachother in a random spot with 75%, 50% and 25% durability respectively. Note: I don't actually know if the coordinates for the items are ACTUALLY 0,0. It's more a guess on my part going off of other bug reports in the past.
  3. I don't know the specifics, but it is certainly possible. Perhaps tending everyday? Giving growth formula? Another thing of note: if you use panflutes, beefalo horns, or shellbells it tends to all the crops in an area. No need to click through them all.
  4. You can grow oversized plants, which give three of the crop.
  5. Oh no. We thought we saw it all when we saw bigfoot now we must face our toughest challenge yet: bighand
  6. Maybe it's a gardening update? The fact that they put thumb instead of fum makes me think it's some sort of play on the idea of a green thumb. Plus, y'know, the fact that the whole preview is a plant. Notably, one that seems to have quite a few growth stages.
  7. As you can see, the hallowed light has the wrong crafting icon and the no inventory icon
  8. Whenever I generate a world, it spawns me through the cave portal. Plus, it gives me the option to remove forests. Is this some kind of spooky Halloween prank?
  9. Couldn't the mod-makers just patch it back in if they wanted to?
  10. She's still a little cutie though
  11. Nightmare fuel exposure Lunar exposure Sure the moon people seem to be nice, but are they safe to be around?
  12. One thing I find interesting is how we've actually seen Nightmare Ramparts before And hey, considering the way these things spring up I'm pretty sure they might be where we get the obelisks. Though, the thing on the left is itself called an ancient obelisk, so maybe we already knew that part.