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  1. On console, when generating a Shipwrecked world, some of the pictures are missing in the WORLD settings (for setting things to more or less). I also tested to see if RoG and regular DS (not linked with shipwrecked compatibility for either) would have missing picture boxes but it seems it is only the shipwrecked dlc is affected.
  2. Thank you Klei. New title screen music... no more of the classic song, for a bit at least.
  3. Is it live for ps4 yet? Not seeing anything new in-game and no available updates. Super eager! Edit: just checked and the update came in a minute ago! Cheers
  4. Me awkwardly standing on my Woby holding his inventory open while the would-be thief spams trying to open Woby.
  5. I would say Wigfrid is the best nomadic character from my personal experience, with minimal prototyping for her maximum effectiveness. She starts off the game with two recipes for success: a weapon and armor. Her craftable helm has high durability (525 health and 80% damage reduction versus Football Helmet's 315 hp and 80% damage reduction), and is crafted with 2 gold and 2 rocks, which is something you'll find yourself having a decent amount of if you are nomadic and exploring the map. Her battle spear offers moderate damage with above-average durability (200 swings vs regular spear's 150 swings), and costing only twigs x2, flint x2, and gold x2. Needless to say, gold, rocks, twigs, grass, and flint will be your priority to collect (grass for torches, or grass for cooking food at campfires). As she explores the map, she can kill just about anything she finds to sustain herself, gaining useful resources in the process. Examples include rabbits, moleworms, frogs, catcoons, spiders, hounds, pigs, sometimes merms and tallbirds, or even hunting beefalo/koalaphants if the extra meat is needed. She has natural damage resistance, and a damage multiplier, which allows her to tank almost any mob you encounter early on. With Wigfrid's 120 maximum hunger, it doesn't take much to fill her up, and you'll almost always be hunting as you travel. She can use campfires to cook food if you don't wanna lose sanity, or you can just eat food raw. With her vampiric battle perk, it's relatively easy to regain sanity. Heck, you can eat cooked monster meat, losing 3 hp and 10 sanity each time. That's not too bad considering you'll gain almost 20 hunger, which is 1/6th of her max hunger with each monster meat (or -18hp/-60 sanity for a full belly). You might be worried about her sanity draining fast from this method, however as I talked about before, her natural defensive ability gives her naturally increased survivability. Even when up against nightmare creatures, she can easily manage Them if you know the basic fundamentals to kiting them. Eventually prototyping a tent will come in handy when you need to max all your stats in an emergency. Now for the seasons. During Winter you will have killed enough spiders and shaved(or killed) enough beefalo for a winter hat(beefalo hat) and a thermal stone. When paired with enough grass for torches, you can keep yourself from freezing by setting lone trees or the occasional sapling/grass tuft on fire. One pro tip is to carry around a sapling or grass tuft, and plant it when you need warmth. It will burn for 20 seconds, and if you carry a shovel, you can always dig it up before it finishes burning, thus giving you a portable and renewable source of warmth (handy when in biomes without many burnable objects). Keep hunting through winter and if you need food you can always mine ice from pengull's ice formations or the Mosaic or Rocky biomes. This ice can be used as easy filler for meatballs when you throw down a quick crock pot. Additionally, you can hunt sleeping pengulls easily for stat regen or possible food. When Deerclops comes, just stand by a roaring (yes maxed-out) camp fire (not fire pit) and tank using a battle spear or hambat (while the fire prevents you from freezing) with 1-2 helms. This method actually works with most other characters, considering they have the right amount of armor and maybe a couple healing items. With multiple tests, I concluded that you will end up with around 60% of your first battle spear, 90% of your second battle helm, 0 sanity, and around 120 health (assuming the fight is started at full stats and armor durability) by just tanking. The only issue about this strategy is that you will likely go insane before deerclops is dead, however i found that tanking any shadow creature's attacks and finishing off deer is the solution, and dealing with the shadow creatures after. Spring is pretty much the same, with the murdered pigs and spiders you can make an umbrella. Add your battle helm and you have 100% wetness protection. In the Summer, you can either explore the caves, avoiding the heat completely, or try placing some fridges around key locations and swapping frozen thermal stones out for your overheated ones. If you don't have the gears or care to do this, endothermic fires are an option (but you might have to dive underground to find more grass that hasn't withered). It also helps to hold an umbrella and some kind of hat (such as a straw hat, or the eyebrella) for additional protection from the heat. I'm sure there's plenty more you can do, but that's most of what I can think of~ Let me know if there's anything i haven't considered, too.
  6. Just to ease the frustration, remember if you have the Florid Postern upgraded to the Celestial Portal, you can swap to Woodie and use his weregoose form to explore the ocean faster in half-day intervals.
  7. On PS4 when I play as Wormwood and try to eat a raw seed, the animation freezes right before Wormwood eats the seed, therefore preventing him from eating them. However once cooked you can eat them without the animation freezing.
  8. [around 6:30pm PST] Well today, Monday, August 27th, I see my Don't Starve Together app updating so I check the update history (Btw, it was update Version 1.29) and realize that "The Gorge" is out for ps4. I go into my curio cabinet and start poking around looking at all the Victorian skins, play a game solo, open 2 Victorian Chests, and when I go back into the curio cabinet my game crashed. I re-booted the game and there were no issues. I turned off my ps4 and when I came back an hour later it crashed again (in the curio cabinet like last time), only this time re-booting the game i get a message saying all my saved data is corrupted. No problem, that's why I have my data saved in a usb drive attached to the ps4 every week. But instead of manually doing that through "Application Saved Data" in the Ps4 Settings Menu, on the titled screen where it had the message about my damaged save data, was the option "Restore Backup", which I tried, and surprisingly, that restored it to the exact place it left off (which was better because my usb storage was further back than where it restored through this option). Anyway, I go into my game and my character is invisible. I can still see my circular shadow, but I can't see my own character. I can still get hit (tried with Cave Dweller spiders), so now I am stuck (after re-loading the world a couple of times) with an invisible character. I hope this wasn't too confusing. EDIT: [6:55pm PST] I restarted my app and my character is now visible again (I still have a saved 3min20sec video on my PS4 showing the moment my data was corrupted, "restoring the backup", and going into the world where my character was invisible). Still, I haven't played more than 2 hours of this new update and already have crashed twice in the same area (the Curio Cabinet), with one of those crashes leading to corrupted data, so I think there is still an issue here... EDIT #2: [6:58pm PST] Well I was in my Curio Cabinet AGAIN (swapping default outfits on my characters) and the screen went black for about 5 seconds before crashing with the common crashing-error code (CE-34878-0). At this point I don't want to try going into my Curio Cabinet and switching around outfits again...
  9. What will the vouchers do for players that already own Don't Starve and Don't Starve Together digitally but just wanted to buy the disc to have a physical copy for collection's sake? We will still be able to exchange the bad disc at GameStop when those at Klei get it sorted, but does the voucher do anything for people like me?
  10. I just finished my third year in-game, meaning that the third Dry Season just finished, around day 210. I stockpiled a bunch of gunpowder and some coconades to go to the volcano and gather obsidian. On the 2nd or 3rd day of Mild Season I head off and climb the volcano. First I use a coconade to destroy an obsidian boulder and then I hear the indication from my player (WX78) that the volcano is going to erupt. I thought I might have caused this due to using a coconade and so I switched to gunpowder. Once day hit (it was night when I entered the Volcano) I started overheating inside the volcano. I was so confused so I decided to leave the volcano halfway through the day. When I left, the volcano started erupting and luckily I didn't get hit kiting circles around the volcano. I come to find out that it's no longer Mild Season but in fact Dry Season. I waited to see if it would go back to Mild Season the next day, and it didn't. So I'm currently stuck facing 2 back-to-back Dry Seasons.