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Im so lost...
posted a topic in [Don't Starve] General DiscussionSo I have been playing this game for about 2 weeks now or maybe less, I cannot say for sure. But no matter what I try I am stuck getting killed around day 10-12. I have plenty of food and supplies just cant seem to find the right way to keep things like Treeguards/Were-pigs at bay. Any advice?
Bears: The Daytime Menace
posted a topic in [Don't Starve] Suggestions and FeedbackI was thinking as i was playing, I don't really have ANYTHING to fear during the daytime whilst i scavenge for berries and such. Nothing really attacks you other then maybe a tentacle or a frog, but those are exclusive to the Swamp. It seems in the plains and forest nothing to fear but fear itself (Maybe a spider nest or two, but the spiders don't seem to come out much). For the Quarries there is the occasional Tallbird that only attacks when you get too close. Those Savannas with the Beefalo don't seem to be dangerous unless i decide to try my luck with a couple of Beefalo. So what have i to fear as i rummage around picking berries and fearlessly murdering the cute little rabbits? Maybe a Bear, or something similar (A different name will be given to it of course) could be added.It would wander around the plains where berries spawn eating those like a Gobbler would. It would be aggressive only if the player has fish/berries in their inventory and/or you provoke it in some way. Once killed it could drop meat and/or a pelt that could be used for clothing or something else. I feel as if a threat should be added for the daytime because wolves are just not too common and i'm not dumb enough to pick a fight with every living thing i see that breaths my air. Please take this suggestion into consideration, and if it is not implemented i fully understand. I have been playing the game for quite some time so i have plenty experience with the game so this isn't just some random thought i had after day 5 (I'm on Day 70) Thanks for your time, and don't forget to leave plenty of feedback!