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Hello, can anyone enlighten me on what are the regrowth, re-population and renew-ability mechanics work on these objects indigenous the lunar island? I'm afraid to turn it into a desolate quarry biome with fissures. Lune Trees: I know they can be grown by planting moon moths but otherwise is there any regrowth mechanic attached to them or can they get extinct if all are cut and all moon moths perish? Also will moths be extinct if there aren't any more Lune Trees? Shattered Spider Hole & Shattered Spiders: I guess new shattered spiders can emerge from their holes indefinitely but if you destroy all of their homes, will the species become extinct from the server? Lunar Saplings: Just like normal saplings I'd bet, can be shoveled to be placed elsewhere but finite. These versions can get diseased too if shoveled and replanted. Carrat: I really wonder how these work. Are they finite? Do they regrow like Carrots? Do they reproduce? You can shovel them and keep them on a boat or in a fence but will they go extinct once all carrats die? Saladmander: Same concern with Carrat; how do they reproduce or respawn if they do so. Must some kept alive too keep the species alive like Volt Goats? I once stumbled across a server that was on its 4th or 5th year and the bath section of the lunar island was very lonely without any Saladmanders so I'm afraid they might go extinct. Stone Fruit Bush: I don't expect a regrowth mechanic here, probably if all burn down or wither to disease, they dissapear forever, but unlike berry bushes you can find seeds to make brand new ones by mining stone fruits so neat, I guess. Moon Glass: After all naturally occurring ones are mined, is the only way to obtain them throwing a bath bomb in a spring on a full moon day? Bulb Kelp: Ones in the sea can probably respawn kelp forever but are the ones found on the Lunar Island shores that can be used as a whip renewable? Or are they simply limited whips that get extinct once all are used up? Do more eventually wash up on the shore? Driftwood: Do these respawn? Is there a mechanic like petrification attached to them? Or are you limited with finite driftwood in a map with some drifting in the ocean and some found in the Lunar shore? It may be toublesome if they are finite, preventing you from making any more oars and winged sails. Lune Tree Blossoms: are these renewable? One would expect you can farm them by farming the Lune Trees but Last time I planted some Lune Trees via those moths, I didn't get any Blossoms after cutting the trees. Are the naturally occurring ones also finite or is there a regrowth mechanism like flowers? Sea Bones: Probably another non-renewable object like the bones in the deserts.
Asparagus posted a topic in [Don't Starve Together] Suggestions and FeedbackAlright, problem: Fires caused by grievers (most notably Willow players... Maxwell rest her soul) destroy valuable and burnable grass tufts (and saplings and stuff) A solution to this would be the tumble weeds (RoG) that drop twigs and cut grass (among other things such as trinkets, blue prints and animals/animal parts) but they don't spawn saplings and grass tufts... just the twigs and cut grass... (I am aware of the devs making these things renewable btw... just pitching a suggestion here...proposing to make a new bee-like mob) So... the grass-hopper could be a way to replenish grass tufts and saplings... it could "pollinate" a grass tuft or sapling and then "grow" one... like the in-game bee is to flowers... (great, as I was writing this, it dawned on me that the "grass-hopper" should "eat" the grass much like a perd/gobbler would berries...) Alright... nevermind... By the way, I think that getting grass tufts and saplings grow like flowers in RoG during spring could be nice too... Alright... Never mind... move along O___O I need to take a nap I think...