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  1. Willow is based on novels about young people related to pyrokinesis, mainly “Firestarter” (or “Charlie” in some editions) by Stephen king: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firestarter_(novel) During her childhood, Charlene ("Charlie") McGee had a teddy bear which she ignited on fire by simply looking at it, through the power of her mind. Bernie is not only based on Firestarter, he´s inspired by the classic haunted dolls, animated by magic or spirits, who will harm or protect certain persons. One of the big traits of Charlie is having a strong (but fiery) temper and little patience, always manifesting in her behavior. Willow acts in this way too: -"You jerk! Let me in!" (Pig House occupied, lights off) -"A cone full of jerks." (Killer Bee Hive) -"Jerks that slither." (Snake) -"Jerks that swim." (Sea Hound) -"Stay back, you big jerk!" (Krampus) -"Hurry up, dirtpile. Feed me!" (Farm, growing) -"But I want more berries!" (Berry Bush, picked) -"Stupid rabbits. Come out so I can eat you." (Rabbit Hole) While Telekinesis is the ability to influence actions in objects with the mind, Pyrokinesis is the ability of creating and controlling fire by thought: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrokinesis The name Willow is related to magic, witchcraft, to be more exact. For example the willow tree is know as "witchs´s tree" due to its parts being used as ingredients for potions, and rituals in old times by witches and warlocks. Interestingly Willow was also portrayed as a witch in her Funko Pops and Halloween art. "A symbol of stake-burnt sisterhood." (Fiery Witch's Hat description) In old times, people accused of witchcraft were burned in stakes. Between 1920 & 1930, Japan started to produce lighters under the brand “Willow”, with different models and decorations. One of the most popular models. (Looks familiar, right?)
  2. Please! make Zombie Spores as an infection disease that has the same effect on zombie horror movies XD. I want Duplicants have an anger management where they are going to get angry to another Duplicants and fight them. In this event Duplicants stress will go higher and we are force to put them in a control room to a psychiatrist job. I would love to have a Hostile mobs in the game that would be very powerful but can also be tamed. Aliens please make aliens as well haha
  3. WX-78 is based on the clockwork automatons, most interesting automatons were made between 1700-1920. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automaton The main feature of a automaton: they´re made of gears and cams. Automatons are mechanical imitations of life, they copy some activities of living beings. Unlike robots, automatons were present since the old times (even mentioned in legends of Ancient Greece). For example the concept of Talos, albeit fictitious, was a giant mechanical guardian made out of bronze, whose most prominent feature was overheating its body´s plaques with the purpose of inflict scorching death to captured enemies. Through time, various machines were made, for example, one of the oldest automatons is “Clockwork Lute Player Lady” (44cm of size, moving her right hand and turning the head from right to left) made by the spanish-italian enginer Juanelo Turriano in 1550. Not only that, Juanelo dedicated his life in the creation of other automatons, like the “Clockwork Prayer” (39cm, old monk with a lot of movements) made in 1560, who still operating today. (Also, there´s some records about creation of Clockworks prototypes for war.) When he passed away, his various creations ended up in different parts of the world. The exact number of inventions made by him is unknown. Probably, some machines still operating, like the Prayer. Years later, other automatons appeared, like “The Writer” (capable of produce short texts of more or less 40 words), “The Draughtsman” (making 4 draws: A portrait of Louis XV of France, A dog, A couple and Cupid) & “The Musician” (who plays a real piano), made by the french watchmaker Pierre Jaquet-Droz during 1768-1774. Automatons were also related to magic shows, like the ones of french magician Jean Eugène Robert-Houdin, also a great inventor of diverse kinds of artifact and automatons for his performances. Not limited to the human figure, automatons exist in a myriad of other shapes and sizes like animal or insect ones. For example, the miniature “Singing Bird Box Nº 11”, made by the french inventor Blaise Bontems and his son, approximately in 1890. In 1918, the famous illusionist Erik Weisz (well known as “Harry Houdini”) starred in The Master Mystery film as the agent Quentin Locke, investigating a series of events and eventually confronting the mysterious and evil Q The Automaton. During 1920 & 1925, when the radio still being something pretty new, some people and mass media speculated about new inventions in the future, making curious combinations related to automatons. Personally, my favourite is “La Joueuse De Tympanon”, dulcimer player automaton of 45cm made by the german clockmaker Peter Kinzing in 1784, as gift for the queen Marie Antoinette:
  4. Don't wanna sound like a party pooper, but when do you guys think the content will come?
  5. Exactly what the title says. Just what you would like to see, no matter how farfetched. For example, here's an idea I had for Maxwell. Scrap his dapperness, and replace it with a new item, his box of cigars. You can use this to get a cigar, which takes off 10% of the boxes durability. The cigar can be smoked, which regains sanity at a 15 per min rate, gives off a small light radius similar (maybe even smaller) to that of a thermal stone, and raises player heat by like, 1c. The box requires 3 charcoal, 5 grass, and 2 papyrus to craft, and is exclusive to Maxwell in the "dress" tab.
  6. Will Reign of Giants be the one big (heh) piece of additional content that will be expanded upon, or are there plans for frequent additions of individual DLCs?
  7. Hello Is it possible to buy only one copy of the game? My friends don't like games like that... so I don't need the second copy. Thank you in advance Greetings Zotex
  8. I noticed that it counts the days that passes and the players ages I suggest you add an "Expiration date" on each of the characters so that when they've played a significant amount of days and have reached the Expiry date a Grim Reaper will spawn at night and will try to reap your soul for GOOD or maybe some other penalty like loss of knowledge and you will have to re-do your Science Research or something like that Maybe any light source will keep the Reaper at bay meaning you don't have to annoyingly deal with him always only at night probably like that Castlevania curse at night. (He cannot exist on any ground with light) Just think about it, as you stay next to your campfire, your lifeline, your safe haven but just outside that safe ring of light lies the Reaper awaiting eagerly with his scythe. I think it fits well with the game's art and theme.