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[FANART] I Think I'm Playing This Game Wrong
posted a topic in [Don't Starve] Art, Music & LoreI love your work but you... you. >: (I hate this contradiction *facepalm*
[Graphics] A bit too the right
posted a topic in [Don't Starve] Bug TrackerBug Submission Please choose a category [Graphics] Platform Steam Version Number - Issue title A bit too the right Steps to reproduce Non/Unknown Describe your issue So ... I noticed that the Steam overlay is a bit too the right. Which made be at first thought it was a resolution problem. But as it turns out, the Steam overlay is just misplaced. Mind shedding some light here, devs?
In Which Tanner Suggests A New Winter Animal
posted a topic in [Don't Starve] Art, Music & LoreI always feel kind of self-conscious about suggesting things, like I'm being presumptuous or something - I think that's the right word, like I'm just assuming that anyone would even like my suggestions - but I feel like this might be worth posting. I don't know. If you think it's ass I'd appreciate it if you told me so I can make it better. Rather than being a completely non-threatening, non-aggressive meatbag like the Beefalo, the Wooly Rhino should be something the player would ideally want to keep well away from. If this guy wanders into your camp with his family and starts digging up and eating whatever's left of your farms under the snow, you're pretty much going to have to let him do it. He won't come after you, but if you get too near he'll turn on a dime and kick your ass. Just like a real rhino! However, you don't have to kill this guy to get food out of him. Wooly Rhino only appear in the winter, and they essentially move about the map (they don't stay in one place like the Beefalo) digging up the snow with their horns, looking for food. If you're brave, it might be worth following them around at a safe distance to see if you can find any leftovers in the holes they dig. The fact that they move about constantly also means that you can't just set up camp next to them like you can with the Beefalo. I also wondered if it might be a thing to have their little family groups occasionally include adorable babies that are, just like with real rhino, much softer targets than the adults. An adult rhino essentially has no predators in the wild, but the babies do occasionally get preyed on - if a predator can get a baby away from its mother, that is. Getting the meat out of these guys should be ridiculously difficult since they're so tough, but if you're a terrible, awful, wicked person, you might have a go at killing the cute, fluffy babies instead. But yeah, no. That's pretty much that, I don't know. v( ._.)v Tell me what you think.
I have two keys for Dont Starve on Chrome and would rather like Castle Crashers but feel free to offer me other games.