GentlemanFridge

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  1. Some of my favourites: Man bat (hambat) Poopspook Weeber Woofie God (a vargling)
  2. Considering the Voxola Factory burned down in 1919, it’s impossible that Winona/Wagstaff came after Wilson. Walter is the last survivor pulled, as his short shows a chip in the moon already. My theory is that Maxwell just pulled whoever came into possession of the PR-76. This puts Wilson, Woodie, and by extension, Walter behind Winona & Wagstaff.
  3. Ok, for a more serious reply. I'm seeing some hints that he may have been travelling. There's a passport on the table As well as his semi-packed suitcase on the sofa. Did he just arrive? Or was he about to leave? Don't forget the gramaphone! EDIT: It is absolutely George. There's another suitcase tagged with his initials,
  4. @SamLogan, yes. In that very same scene, in the bottom right, there is a box. There's another thread by Scypham that goes into it a bit more.
  5. Ok so uh... The box... That says George T. Witherstone. As in: From the William Carter puzzles.
  6. I have a few questions regarding this. Some of which I may just have missed in the beta.: If they're displayed in the Produce Scales without being waxed, do they still spoil? Can they be removed without destroying the Scale itself or by replacing it by a heavier crop? "Weighing giant veggies now adds a picture of the heaviest veggie you have weighed to the Plant Registry." Where exactly is this displayed? I can't seem to find it, if it's supposed to display the weight too.
  7. I've had this happen too, but it's usually because of him responding to me scaring away several crows at once. If you quickly click on another set of wrappers when you do so, the dialog box will just disappear, but his voice will still play.
  8. Been a while since I posted anything proper, but here's an idea regarding this 'adventurer': For whatever reason, they look female to me. A female 'adventurer' in the early 20th century that's particularly noteworthy is Amelia Earhart, an aviator known for being the first female aviator to do a solo-flight across the Atlantic. She went missing in an attempt to fly across the globe. And what happened to people that are in the Constant? They disappeared. While it admittedly is a stretch, she does fit the profile of this new character. A globetrotting adventurer that found herself in a world in the sky, now lost and alone after her aircraft crashed. It fits the theme. The floating lands of the Hamlet and the aviation she occupied herself with. Now, of course it's not going to be straight-up Earhart, if at all, but rather an 'Don't Starve-ified' version of her. No idea what her perks would be, though. my, this got so many likes
  9. Are you sure it isn't actually Spring? When starting a normal RoG world, the world can begin as either Spring or Autumn. You can change this in the generation settings.
  10. Very, VERY minor, but I noticed several typo's and the like in the World Customisation screen in a Hamlet world. Going by the order in which they appear: Fog, Brambles and Hayfever are not capitalised (says 'fog', 'brambles' and 'hayfever', respectively) Glowfly Cycle is missing an L (says 'Glowfy Cycle') Rusted Hulks is using its prefab name (says 'rusted_hulks') Antman and Roc are not capitalised (says 'antman' and 'roc' respectively) I'm very aware that this is probably very nitpicky, but it may be something that you want to have fixed regardless.
  11. Ah yes. Going in for some lightbulbs in the middle of summer, only to resurface to a slap to the face by Mr. Deerclops. Good to see this fixed, it actually made me scared to go spelunking.
  12. Someone in our group crashed and couldn't join again for some reason, but that's not the thing I'm referring to. He had the cooking pot in his inventory when he crashed, and he didn't drop it as he crashed, leaving us without cooking equipment. Although it wasn't a completely serious attempt, it still made us completely unable to do anything.