• Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

4169 Excellent


About Rellimarual

  • Rank
    Scourge of Splumonkeys

Recent Profile Visitors

4497 profile views
  1. I’ve only made the tamales in a solo world, but as far as I could tell feasting on that only gave me sanity. So perhaps it varies depending on the food!
  2. Another fun story about Lot: When he was still living in Sodom, he had some guests who were *very* good-looking guys. Some local rowdies came to his house banging on the door and demanding the Lot send out the guests so they could have sex with them. Lot was horrified by this and said, “No, take my daughters instead! They’re virgins!” But then the good-looking guests turned out to be angels and smote the rowdies, so that was OK. Probably his wife was better off as a pillar of salt.
  3. Lot and his family lived in Sodom and were the only vanilla people there, so God told them to get out so he could smite the kinky. They weren’t supposed to look back while fleeing but his wife did and turned into a pillar of salt. Later, Lot lived in a cave with his daughters. They wanted to have children and since he was the only man around, they got him drunk and had sex with him while he was “unconscious.” No one was punished for that part, but that’s the Bible for you.
  4. "Minimap" can meant two things: There's a mod that shows a windowed map during gameplay, but "minimap" is also what the devs call the map you get when you press Tab
  5. Praise Klei! Basically, black fly season where I live (right now)!
  6. It’s all about the world gen for me. Optimally, the BFB’s caves exit onto the main island, but if it goes to the Pugalisk, I can’t use the BFB as a taxi home. I think some maps might have mobs that go extinct, etc.
  7. True, but the psychology aspect kind of fell by the wayside a long time ago. When people use it now, it’s usually for those situations when the whole experience of something is greater than the sum of its individual parts. Maybe it’s an inside joke or something?
  8. “Gestalt” is commonly used in English in the sense Bluegeist refers to, and not really in any other sense. It’s a type of psychology that was popular in the 1960s, and then the word moved into conversational English to mean an entire system or perception. It’s pretty weird to see it in DST!
  9. Wormwood in DST is a dream come true, but the navigable water and the new biomes are even more exciting!