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Because of my numerous parody posts on this throughout my many many replies (wow, over 26 pages' worth of threads I've replied in at the time of this OP mid-December, 2013,) and requests for the, "Can you tell me where you posted that [requested parody link thing] again," I've decided to make a place-a repository if you will-for my work. Whether you consider it funny (Please? *sniff*) or not I'll leave that up to you. What I can't promise is this is a place where you can request things and I'll do them. Muses (even parody ones-when they aren't all with Weird Al Yankovic-)are a fickle thing, and an idea may or may not inspire something (or something IMHO worth posting.) My parodies often come from something inspired by a simple word, phrase or song idea/pun I used in posting a reply and not a linear "what if" idea. So you can ask, but I can't promise it will bear fruit (even with lots of fertilizer.) So, here is the (recovered) collection of parodies (mostly DS at the time of this OP, and "Chester Day" may or may not be accurate in timeline placement) in chronological order. (Note: Some replies were just one or a couple of lines and/or weren't IMHO that funny once the original post was replied to. I have let them stay buried in obscurity. if you really wish them, find them, link them, request them, and I'll add them, but they won't be historically posted in order of creation of course. ) May the Higher Power you follow help us all.... And to celebrate the occasion of this new thread, I even have created a new one (at the time of this OP) regarding the overpopulating vermin of the surface should they follow you from the caves loyal friend who only asks for minerals and safety: the Rock Lobsters! Who knew something already created as parody tribute to the B52's song would have been my toughest one yet? (Those dang sounds were impossible to put in parody context I tell ya!)
I've really enjoyed playing Don't Starve. As I've played I often find myself narrating in my head as though I'm writing a journal. I understand that a major part of Don't Starve's appeal is the enjoyment of discovery, the lack of a safety net, and learning by doing (and dying). That's why when I set out to create a basic tutorial I wanted one that would be just enough to get someone going without spoiling too much or piercing the suspension of disbelief. To that end I've created a set of Journal Entries that would get someone through their first three days and give them a good place to start from. So I present to you: Wilson's Journal Days 1-3http://www.4ftconscience.com/2013/02/06/wilsons-journal-day-1/http://www.4ftconscience.com/2013/02/06/wilsons-journal-day-2/http://www.4ftconscience.com/2013/02/06/wilsons-journal-day-3/The next entry, a cautionary tale of the dangers of woodcutting:http://www.4ftconscience.com/2013/03/07/wilsons-journal-day-4/