Jynn

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  1. it's also a lovely match to spiders with a sense of taste! But i do agree, it looks very slim and short haired compared to the shaggy body
  2. i keep both, not everyone gets rid of them. But really, the fact something better gets built eventually is no reason to skip giving something a skin. Grass suits still get skins despite the fact log suit is better, and stone suit is better than that. All three have skins however
  3. you forgot: Science Machine (no skins) Alchemy Machine (1 skin, very expensive) two very big ones that every player builds, but can't customize
  4. Wilt, the Plant

    no spider friends beyond the ones he can make himself, and it's fairly easy for his poor nest to get mobbed and destroyed =( I'm not talking about being a spider disguised around pigs, i mean i like to play characters that can go out and build a fun base around normally hostile mobs xD i like to play webber and wilbur for just those reasons, i like utilizing their beast friends in my playstyle
  5. Wilt, the Plant

    I suppose, i don't really count Wilba. I find her rather dull, all she does is get more resources from an already friendly mob. I was hoping for a mob based character that provided a more interesting playstyle (considering Webber and Wilbur do not work in Hamlet)
  6. We have webber and spider befriending for Reign of Giants, and we have Wilbur and monkey befriending for Shipwrecked, I think a fun plant character could be entertaining. He'd naturally befriend the plants, and everyone else would be hostile to him. He wouldn't come with too much fancy abilities, being more just a way to live in the rainforest without being murdered by the snap plants (you'd still have to watch out for the vine-tentacles, spider-monkeys, and insect fellows). Perhaps he gets less sanity penalty from rain (he is a plant after all) just a thought =P i really like the snapteeth plants, and i love the rainforest
  7. Built a Slanty Shanty with the Key to the City tab, filled it with furniture and logged out. Upon logging back in, all the furniture is invisible. I can still collide with it, and the windows still provide light even though they can't be seen, but everything is invisible I built a second house to test, and all its furniture vanished upon logging out and back in as well. The only thing that remained both times is the Bookshelf and any rugs Pictures below are before logging out, and after logging out and back in
  8. Using a pitchfork on the Prairie turf in Hamlet does not give you turf back
  9. No idea what this is. It's a boomerang shaped glowing thing. It emits light during the day, disappeared at night, and upon day came back again
  10. No hammer / destroy option for the Fancy Chaise chair
  11. that's what i think of too, it's more of a greeting 'hast thou plopped?' xD a very awkward greeting, but perhaps something normal for pigs
  12. the home of a big game hunter and then...chaos. That's what i get for living off a pile of stored supplies and waiting out all the rain in my house...