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So, I was fighting Klaus for the first time with a good friend I met in a pub, and while I was fighting, I noticed something strange. Klaus's lock and the sacks lock, were made of thulicite And that's where my hunt started Piece #1: The Imps Knowing that the Imps had access to thulicite, I started by looking at the Imps themselves What do most of them have in common? 1. Long snout 2. Wide body 3. Huge horns You know what also fits that bill? Piece #2: The Reanimated Skeletons We know that the skeletons once were of an ancient, and a powerful one at that, so lets look at him What do they have in common with the imps? 1: Strange, Monstrous look 2: Large Snout 3: Wide Body 4: Huge Horns But lets have a look at the other ancients But where are they again? Oh yeah! Piece 3: The Methus Puzzle Notice the strange figures, presumably the ancients. While they are in full body armor, we can make out a few similarities 1: Thin body, like Wortox While most of the ingame Imps are large bodied, this theory presumes that they are Thousands of years old, while Wortox and the Ancients are presumably about a couple hundred And then again, the thinness could just be an artists depiction, and not actually what they looked like 2: Large Horns While they are wearing full body armor and/or robes, it seems the large plates around the head are concealing horns Conclusion Krampus and Klaus are survivors of the incident, maybe also the ones who drew the Methus Puzzle, who escaped to the surface and have been trying (and succeeding in) to regain their former power Wortox, However, is likely proof that there are other survivors of the dissaster, and is most likely offspring of two Imps OR Wortox is a rare magical being corrupted by the imps, proving how immense their power truly is
"The Chinese zodiac is a classification scheme based on the lunar calendar that assigns an animal and its reputed attributes to each year in a repeating 12-year cycle. The 12-year cycle is an approximation to the 11.85-year orbital period of Jupiter. Originating from China, the zodiac and its variations remain popular in many Asian countries, such as Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand." (Thanks Wikipedia) DST also features the Chinese Zodiac in events, having every year a featured animal (or monster). It all started in 2017 with the correspondant chinese animal (Rooster= Gobbler). The Varg followed, then Pig King and now (2020) Carrat (Year of the Dog, Pig and Rat respectively in the Chinese Zodiac). Since i enjoy these thematic events so much (and particularly love the Chinese zodiac) i can only wonder if these events will continue as a tradition every year. Personally i would love it to, but i know this can be hard since there are some animals that are not yet implemented in the game, or at least i can't think of as the Zodiac counterpart (Tiger, Horse). What in-game animals/monsters do you think can take the place in future events? Which skin ideas would you like to be implemented respecting this thematic oriented events? My wild guess is next year it might be Beefalo's year, since 2021 is the year of the Ox. Disclaimer: never played other DS game. This is a DST thread because i do not know what other mobs can be found in Hamlet or SW and don't know if these events are also available on that games.
Ok this thread can get closed /Close PLS
Adventure mode worlds get harder as you go. At the moment, harder consist of different world generation, including: [*]Tooth traps appearing in forests. [*]Mysterious stone circles. [*]Forts with walls and moats. [*]Burnt down forests. [*]Fire pits in the wilderness. [*]Biomes filled with sleeping spiders. What does this mean? Well, right now, the Things all seem to spawn together. The Wooden Thing will be surrounded by all its scattered parts. I speculate that, in the future, the various things listed above that spawn around higher level worlds will have something to do with how you escape the world. For example, rather than having the Things all in one place, the Things could spawn in separate walled forts around the map. As for the story... Well, it seems that the further into the adventure you head, the more the world has been manipulated/destroyed by some unknown force. I do not know what this means exactly.