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Guys, guys, GUYS. I just realized something. We all know, that all playable characters names start with W, right? Except Maxwell, who actually is William, but turning W in his name upside down made him mad and evil. But what if turning W to M actually gives the character royalty and power? We have Maxwell, we have queen Metheus, we have Mumsy, who is some kind of “in charge” of Gorge village or whatever it is. But guess what changed when Hamlet came out? We now have queen MALFALFA. So, now we have 3 royal characters and 1 some-kind-of-royal (or may be EX-royal?) character in the lore, and all their names start with M. The only character who doesn’t fit in this theory is Charlie, but may be it’s her second name or something like that? Also, in case if this theory actually is right, then letter, or, I guess, symbol of W means something like working class, even proletariat or just simple people. Let me know, what do you think about that!
KillerFishLP posted a topic in [Don't Starve] General DiscussionOk this thread can get closed /Close PLS
buster2Xk posted a topic in [Don't Starve] General DiscussionAdventure 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.