SapphireBullets

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  1. Just had this happen with a sapling too. Might be related to the weather? I can't remember if it happened while I was picking materials during strong wind, but that might account for graphics glitches as grass and saplings now bend in the wind. (To clarify, both happened as one instance among several other pickings.)
  2. Sometimes after picking grass, the tuft remains in place, without the option to re-pick it.
  3. Loaded a Wendy Game I'd recently started with the WvtV update. All items with freshness ratings, such as food, parasol etc. Just had a brown background instead of their normal freshness colour/meter. This happened to existing items and items I picked up. After playing for a while I quit out and came back in and the problem was fixed.
  4. Though you can cook the resultant halves. Interestingly you can stick the whole coconuts into the crockpot, but have to roast the halves so you can do the same with them. I'm not sure if that's an oversight.
  5. Just a mention, but I name dropped you in a post about Lightning Rods over on the Shipwrecked forums.

     

     

  6. I also had an incident with this. In my case I found more bubbles after I'd travelled to the other side of the world. I don't know if they would have been the same bubble trail though.
  7. I can't believe I didn't think of this before: Shockolate 1 x Cocoa Beans, 1 x Electric Milk, 1 x Sweetener A large milk chocolate bar. Comes with a blue wrapper with a lightning bolt on it. Good as Ice Cream for sanity, but does not cool the consumer. People will note eating tingles like putting your tongue on a 9-Volt battery. WX-78 greatly appreciates this. Referring to:
  8. A few ideas for dairy items. Sour Milk Monster-Dairy item. Dropped upon death by Beefalo and uncharged Volt Goats. Also produced when electric milk goes bad, though Sour Milk eventually rots away into Rot. I remember one mod out there has dead beefalo drop "Beefy Milk" which is pretty pleasing sounding to me, so I'd be inclined to lift the name if the modder would be cool with that. However I'd suggest there could be a peaceful way to get your hands on it. (Tool) Milk Pail 2 x Boards, 2 x Bone Shards. 10 Uses Allows for milking of mature Beefalo and charged Volt Goats. This requires a short period of time (equivalent to berry/grass picking animation) and both Beefalo and Volt Goats will react with hostility if this is attempted while they are awake, so the following usage is advised: -If the animal is asleep, the player will have time to milk the animal before it's fully awake and hostile. -Beefalo will not become hostile if the player is wearing a Beefalo Hat. Since some of these changes make dairy items pretty easy to find, I'd suggest upping the Ice Cream requirements to 1 Ice, 1 Sweetener and 2 Dairy.
  9. Oh now there's an idea for a biome type. A Ship's graveyard full of broken hulls, haunted by ghosts, guarding precious cargo. Linked by planks of wood or a reef.
  10. True, but I'd think it'd be more that you'd lure more enemies to the map area than to the treasure chest specifically. (If this one guy has this much loot, the are must be RICH!)
  11. Rather than a crockpot recipe, this one's a Refinement: Butterflymilk Refined from 8 Butterfly wings, Science Machine Tier. The Monster Food of the dairy group. A small glass of butterfly milk. Wilson will say he's not sure this should even exist. The Monster Recipe for Dairy is, of course, Scream Cheese, as mentioned a few posts above.
  12. Adding to the idea of a giant-summoner, maybe something like a personal loot stash which lures in pig-pirates and mer-bandits to steal it so you can kill them and take their stuff. As you add more loot to the hoard the thieves you lure in get tougher. It'd be like having a way to control the risk/reward level for hound attacks.
  13. I kind of wonder if we'll see not so much an outright shop-for-materials, but maybe some kind of coin operated device? Not something as simple as Granola Bars, one dubloon each, but somethng bizzare like a coin operated weather machine or giant-summoner.
  14. Maybe. Are you going to build a science machine out of raw gold you hacked out of a boulder and your own two hands? Seems to me the dubloons are already refined at least.
  15. Another cooling-meat idea for Wigfrid. Bloody Sundae 1 Ice, 1 Raw Meat, 1 Dairy A tall glass of rather red ice cream, topped with a small meatball. Restores some health and hunger, but gives a small penalty to sanity, just as raw meat does. Cools a the consumer down.
  16. Also Dubloons could be the equivalent of Gold Nuggets in this game. Just a thought. Wes might have it a bit easier. He starts out with da balloons.
  17. Given that the balance issues mainly have to do with the design of the world (Islets vs. Supercontinent) perhaps if people want to see it integrated there could be a way to travel between each as a new world, like the current Wooden Thing system. Maybe there could be both the Wooden Thing and Driftwood Thing on each map with their own collection of Things to assemble to leave the world.
  18. I don't disagree with the idea of an integrated Shipwreck setting, but I think the way we play Shipwrecked is going to be a bit different to how we play DS or RoG, considering we'll be spending a lot of time sailing and dealing with setting-specific weather and other underlying concepts. I would like to see an option to have the systems integrated though, perhaps with world setting options to determine how many and how varied the islands will be.
  19. Yes, I'd wondered if this might be the case. A huge unforgiving wilderness is a bit different to a chain of tropical islands in terms of playstyle. Still, since they're mostly the same game I'd expect it's going to be pretty easy to port stuff from one to the other.
  20. Just another idea for the egg entry of Monster Food: Bad Egg If you feed more than four Monster Food to a bird on one day, it'll produce these eggs. Yellow with red cracks and speckles Has a short freshness period. after which it turns to Rot instead of a Rotten Egg. Characters will observe "I think this was laid rotten" and "I don't need salt water to see this is bad.
  21. Ah, you mean there'll be single Fish you catch from ponds and fish fillets you get from killing really big fish?
  22. A few more ideas: I remembered my earlier idea about using Glommer Goop in recipes, so that could probably serve a role as Jelly in any and all the above. (I've always found Jellied Eels pretty funny so there's that.) But anyway: Eel Pie and Mash 1 Eel, 2 Vegetables. Good solid east-end food. Maxwell: "I hoped that I'd escaped from this." Tuna Muffin 1 Fish, 1 Sponge Could do with some cheese. Jam Doughnut 3 Berries, 1 Sponge Woo-hoo! etc. Abagail used to love these, though Wendy prefers the ring kind. @Lampofulmine Do you have any other new foods in CitD that could be thrown in the pot?
  23. No problem, people who put in actual work get to make the decisions.
  24. @lampofulmine, had a couple of fishy ideas at work today, noted them down: New mob: Jellyfish - Float around underwater in small swarms of six. Not hostile, but being in their presence will cause intermittent stingy damage. Swarms will become hostile and converge on enemies if attacked but not if a member of the swarm is captured in a net. (Perhaps hostile swarms could change colour to resemble the Metroid of the eponymous game. Can be killed for Jelly Goop or captured live with an insect net. (And murdered for Jelly Goop) New Foods Jellyfish (Takes up a whole inventory slot, slowly starves unless fed sea food.) Jelly Goop (Stackable up to 20) Both variants cause health and sanity damage when eaten. ("Tastes sting-y" would be Wilson's remark.) Live Jellyfish can be dried on a rack for Small Jerky. In crockpots, a live Jellyfish is worth 1 Jelly and 1 Fish, Goop is worth 0.5 Jelly. D-Grade Seafood The Monster Food of the Fish family, dropped by Merms when they're killed. (Thankfully, Merms still drop Frog's Legs.) Its a pile of pointy teeth, angler fish danglers and eyes. (Wolfgang will note "Here, food see YOU!") New Recipes: Amateur Fugu Produced from putting two monster food into a crockpot which has mostly fish in it. A deflated blowfish with the spikes intact and a surprised look on it's face. (Wickerbottom will note "The organs of the Takifugu are known to contain a potent neurotoxin.") Hell-o (or possibly Hellatin) Produced from 2 monster foods in a mostly-jelly crockpot recipe. (Tricky but possible, if you put in a Live Jellyfish, Jelly Goop and two different types of monster food.) A moulded gelatin dessert, sickly green in colour with a faint sinister face. (Wilson will note "It jiggles sinisterly") (Jell-o is a Kraft trademark, so there might be an issue with the first choice of name.) Fish and Chips Fish, 2 Vegetables Battered and fried fish and chunky chips. (Maxwell will note this isn't good for his heart, but what the hell.) Jellied Eels 0.5 Jelly, 1 Eel A traditional cockney delicacy. (Maxwell will note he didn't miss this at all.) Raspberry Jelly 1 Jelly, 1 Berries It's pink. Not very nutritious but good for sanity. Trifle 1 Jelly, 1 Dairy, 1 Fruit A layered dessert with cream and fruit. Very good for sanity. Mince and Dumplings 2 Meat, 2 Sponges Minced meat and gravy with what look like savoury dumplings. Character will note that the dumplings deliciously soak up the gravy.
  25. @lampofulmine Sure! I'm glad people like these ideas enough to make use of them. I'm not familiar with edible sponges so I'll have to look into it but: Sponge Cake 1 x Sweetener, 1 x Sponge Really tasty. Good for sanity Victoria Sponge 1 x Sweetner 1 x Sponge, 1 x Dairy, 1 x Berries Seriously delicious. Depending on the rarity of sponges, perhaps it could be as good for sanity as Ice Cream.