TheMelonNinja

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  1. I know there are some characters who look a lot different in promotional artwork but honestly, if you asked me the difference between Wendy's in-game and out-game appearances, I wouldn't be able to name a thing other than her eyes look slightly bigger in the out-game stuff.
  2. I've been thinking of a sort of "Enlightened" set for a good while, I'd absolutely love them and I'm really surprised they haven't happened already. I was banking on at least some of them being released alongside Eye of the Storm considering that was the last update of an entire chapter, so I thought they'd want to go out with a bang. I love floof Chester as much as anyone else but in terms of skins, it was rather anticlimactic.
  3. A farmer's life has always been my life in survival games so Wormwood's right up my alley. After him I'm going to have to go with Warly, there's just something so rewarding about cooking up special dishes for your friends. It really is exciting to just see something that isn't meatballs pop out of a crock pot.
  4. Wh... What? OP's talking about whether or not Wormwood has complete control over his body, and I said that that's a perfectly fine headcanon to have. It relates to the "canonicity" of skins which is what I was talking about, as well.
  5. A majority of character related stuff is left up to interpretation, which is half the magic of the Don't Starve characters. For me, I've always been of the viewpoint that the simple costume swaps, like the Snowfallen or Halloween sets, are just the survivors dressing up for the appropriate season out of fun, and that some skins like the Triumphant or Survivor sets are glimpses of hypotheticals where the characters let the throne's powers consume them or where the characters were inexperienced at survival, respectively. At the end of the day there isn't much to concretely determine if some skins are 100% canon as the only animated short we've seen them in has been Wurt's in which, yeah, they're just in Halloween costumes, which is simple enough. If you headcanon that Wormwood can change his appearance at will, then that's absolutely fine and your headcanon is no less valid than anybody else's. That's the magic of headcanons, baybeee!
  6. Honestly as long as you aren't doing it to grief/dampen the experience for others, I really don't care. Your server, your game, your rules. Go wild!
  7. I really like the non-humans simply from a design standpoint. The Don't Starve humans are great and honestly probably my favorite cast of humans in a video game, but non-humans simply lend themselves better to more absurdist, entertaining, and unique playstyles with interesting perspectives, which I assume is what they'd want for DLC. They could have easily taken the fundamentals of Wormwood's kit (can plant seeds anywhere, is great with crops, doesn't like hurting flora, and is friends with plants) and just slapped it onto a human character whose profession is a gardener, and that would have been fun. But no, they didn't do that, and instead they made Wormwood himself a plant which led to so so so many more opportunities for perks and disadvantages such as blooming and no health via foods. They took an interesting playstyle and made it ten times more unique, all because he's not a human. We've gotten Wortox, Wormwood and Wurt in DST, but people also seem to forget that we also got Winona, Warly and Walter? We're literally even-stevens as far as new monster/human additions go. I can 100% understand why people don't like the monsters but not only have we gotten just as many humans newcomers as monsters in DST, but there's also just a bigger number of humans in general. More monsters wouldn't hurt. I didn't mean to turn this into a human vs monster discussion but I just wanted to throw my hat into the ring on that topic. As for the 2021 DLC character, I'm betting on it being somebody entirely new like Wurt, and not a singleplayer character like Wormwood or an unimplemented character like Wortox. Whether they're human or not, only time will tell.
  8. Thank you both for the kind words!! It really makes me happy. Recently, I've digitalised my Pearl drawing, as well as make entirely digital WX and Wilba ones!
  9. Made some more! Gonna be doodling even more now with all the RoT hype.
  10. My heart has shattered into a thousand pieces. Well, there goes my theory. Thank you for bringing it to my attention, though!
  11. I don't have anything to add, unfortunately, as I can't seem to find any clues, but... Unless I've gone blind and missed someone (which isn't out of the question), I find it very intriguing that the only characters that aren't showcased at the end of the 2021 gameplay trailer are Wortox, Winona, and Maxwell. Wortox has knowledge regarding a lot of the Constant and the Ancients, and Winona and Maxwell are obviously tied heavily to Charlie. Just food for thought, for the time being.
  12. Hey, guys! I've been on these forums for quite a few years now- mainly as a lurker, I don't often have much to contribute to topics- and I figured I may as well post some of the drawings I've been working on as of late. I've been drawing Don't Starve pieces ever since I played DST back in 2016, but looking at my old drawings is enough to make me shrivel up and die. A lot of these are traditional, since I digitalise my drawings without a drawing tablet so they tend to take quite a while. They'll get digitalised eventually, and I'll be sure to post them once I get around to doing that, but without further ado, here's a few of my recent sketches! Thank you for taking the time to check these out! I appreciate it very much. I hope you have a good day!