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  1. I have a small theory that in the world of Konstant, in addition to the atrium, there is another portal. I think that this time we have to build a portal, instead of going through the maze. If you remember, after winning the king of crabs, we can catch a very interesting thing that called "the Celestial Tribute". Perhaps he is the beginning of the puzzle. Confirmation of this is Warly's quote on Celestial Tribute, "Somethink tells me this is part of bigger recipe". In addition to the fact that this altar promises to tell secrets to each character, it promises Warly to take him to his maman. Warly quote on moon altar: "You know how to get me home to maman?". The appearance of the lunar portal in the game also explains that only 6 characters went to the altar instead of 14. In the trailer for "Don't Starve Together: Return of Them - Turn Of Tides" we can see that Wilson, Wigfrid and Winona are sent to the moon island, but in the trailer for "Don't Starve Together: Return of Them - Salty Dog" from the moon island only Wigfrid and Wilson return. We can also notice that the other two characters who did not come to the atrium, Wes and Warly, are sailing on a completely different ship. In the trailer, we can see that they met up with Wilson and Wigfrid and gave them some food, and then sailed away. Perhaps they met Winona and opened a portal on the moon island, or maybe they died from malbatross which means that there are 12 survivors, 6 of them got into the portal to the atrium, and the other 6 got into the portal on the moon island. In addition, I want to say that in the trailer "Don't Starve Together: Return of Them - Turn Of Tides" there are WX-78 and Webber, where they are building a moon altar. Wx-78 and Webber weren't at the atrium either.
  2. Hello guys. So there is the 2020 ONI road map and i read it and it looks pretty good. There is Radiation and new start biome but i don't care about that stuff. But this description here caught my eye. The full page is on steam by the way. So Klei is adding multiple colonies that can be flown to. So you are not the only colony in this world. So what i'm imagining you could do is that you can fly to those colonies and get items from them, trade with them, get more dupes, do some parties, have them help you build and you could help their colony. That all sounds great but what if. You could declare war with that colony Now i may i caught you off guard but that's fine. This idea of being able to declare war on colonies does definitely sound insane but also sounds fun. You could declare war on the another colony and the colony would either surrender or fight back. This means your dupes and their dupes would get weapons and start fighting. If you win you would earn all of their dupes and their colony and you would take over their asteroid. If you lost then you could either loose all of your progress OR you should become the winning colony and continue on as the winning colony. Loosing all of your progress would be unfair if you lost and you would be angry so klei would make it so you would become the winning colony. In fact you shouldn't be the only one to declare wars. Other colonies should be able to declare war on you and start fighting you. There could possibly be hostile colonies that will declare war on anybody they want to. This would make space seem more vast and open and like there's more colonies and stuff. Also there could be a space soldier job and a space medic so you can do wars in space. I would like to see ONI multiplayer. It would be possible if each player was a different colony or 2 people controlled the same colony. I would love to see that. I'm just adding idea after idea. Anyways there is a lot of potenional for this concept so i can leave it to you guys to discuss it Here is the QNA Should klei add wars in ONI Probouly not, It wouldn't fit with the astmophere of ONI, and it would take alot of work to make the wars Why did you write this forum post I just had a good idea and i wanted to write it down Should klei add multiplayer to ONI Of course they should. It would take some work but it would be fun to play ONI with your buddies Would you like this in the game? Yea! I would love to see some of the youtubers do some war on ONI End
  3. So I've already shared this theory with my other DS/T friends, but has anyone else noticed the uncanny amount of similarities and... coincidences between Webber and Wilson? Does anyone else find it convenient that Webber's father just so happened to be a gentlemanly, bearded scientist? Why would Wilson have such a weird, seemingly random tendency towards parental behaviors? (Bonus points to his Very Specific fixation on babies) I wonder what sorts of things a father might say if, for all he knew, his only child had been lost or killed, never to be seen again, on account of being spirited away from home? Oh. Well, if there was no body to be found, they'd never have gotten a proper funeral, would they? Let's move on. Ever notice how they share a disproportionate amount of similar examination quotes? To the point where some of them are almost verbatim? There's a lot. A looooooot. And sure, you can argue that I'm reaching for some of these, but a lot of them are almost impossible to tell apart without either knowing them on your own, or without Webber using plural pronouns for themselves. Moving along, though, Webber and Wilson both seem pretty nostalgic about the farm houses. Looks a little familiar, I'd say. Worth noting that Wilson has a Literal Headstone in front of his house. Sure, it looks a little rickety and handmade, but what do you even grieve to when your son's body was never found? Then there's this: Which kinda speaks for itself. Then there's a few final similarities. I mean it sounds funny but they both grow beards. They're both arguably the easiest characters to unlock in their respective games, with Wilson being the default character in the vanilla game and Webber being significantly easier than Wigfrid to unlock, unless you've already got a lot of EXP. I mean, sure, Wilson never explicitly makes it known nor clear that he used to be a father, that's true enough. But why would he be the only one to recognize Webber's skull as a child's? Would you want to regularly talk about the loss of your only child? And hey, it took SEVEN YEARS for Wendy to be confirmed as Maxwell's niece, about anything's possible. And it would at least partially explain why Wilson was such an asocial hermit living in a shack in the woods who became desperate enough to listen to a talking radio. One last thing to point out is that every other person who has canonically been on the Nightmare Throne has had at least one family member in the Constant. Maxwell/Wendy, Charlie/Winona. Just all very convenient.
  4. All credits to Sundra for this theory, me for formatting and writing. PART 1: Lets just get the big thing out of the way first. We do not meet Wagstaff in DS. Well, we do. But that's not REALLY Wagstaff. Wagstaff's sitting at home eating scones on his armchair of whatever he does, while he's using the PR-76 (PRojection device) to attune himself to the Constant or wherever you are. He is nothing but a projection, a man half in the world, hence why he still interacts with it. Proof: PART 2: This is when it starts to get confusing. Wagstaff see's WX, and other robotic creations like the Clockworks. This is possible because time in the constant, as quoted by Maxwell: "Makes no ******* sense dude"-real Maxwell quote Wagstaff creates WX-78 (IRL) to form as a means to access the constant in more... efficient means, allowing him to truly interact with the one thing he desires. The nightmare throne, the secret to ultimate power. Oh, but how does he meet WX? The nightmare throne, the secret to ultimate power. Again. When Wagstaff takes the throne from WX, he leaves (the throne appears empty when the player next reaches it), and sets his ULTIMATE PLAN into action. Proof: PART 3: Wagstaff begins work on his very own portal, not dissimilar to Wilson, through which he shall send WX-78. He designs his voxila radio to be tuned to the constant in order to receive instructions from Maxwell, or whoever's in control. He activates it, sends in WX and than meets the night creature. Needless to say, they don't hit it off great and he gets pulled in. For realsies this time. In the ensuing chaos, one of his workers is sucked in and the factory burns down. COMPLETE TIMELINE: Once again, kudos for Sundra for all the work. I just wrote it down and put in funnies.
  5. DO NOTE: for this entire theory I am ASSUMING that Wagstaff is one of the upcoming characters to DS, as this seems likely with the information we have been given. This might however, prove to be incorrect. This is a just a quick theory I thought up that explains like... 3 things, but should be a good base for other theory's. We know from the little description included that Wagstaff, or whoever that is, "mysterious inventor who finds himself exactly where he wanted to be". I hear the Constant is a amazing holiday location. Alright, here's what I make of this. Wagstaff discovered something to do with the Constant. This must be a pretty interesting thing, because he wanted to get it. Bad. So much so, that he abandoned his life and fortune to find it. Through some work of science, magic, or divine interference, he finds himself in the DS multiverse-y thing that's connected through the ancient portal. But not in the constant. So, he travels through all the worlds, being mistaken as a gatekeeper by each one, until he finally finds the constant. Not much, but something.
  6. Mants. They're territorial, really annoying sometimes, and have a few funny bugs. Did I mention that..... THEY'RE ANTHROPOMORPHIC BUGS. Sadly however, nothing to do with bug people has ever appeared in the lore, so this has absolutely nothing to do with anything and is definitely not some possible connection with the ancients nobody seems to have considered yet.
  7. While in the DST preview comic we saw Wilson building the portal, in the DST new UI, in the tiny words down to the bottom of the screen, more to the right, it says "The Great Maxwell is not responsible for injuries, physical or psychic caused by the portal (something in those words). So, did Maxwell create that portal BEFORE he was sucked by Them into the Don't Starve world? Are the events of DST happening BEFORE DS? Can the portal really damage you? If so, I want a refund, Maxwell! I need more puzzles revealing the game's backstory, like, right now.
  8. This isn't so much lore as it is a theory, a game theory of mine, but I think it still fits here. Feedback is appreciated. Whether it's a simple, "This is good." or, "I disagree with this because (list of legitimate reasons)." But please no, "dis is stupud an ur stupud" ok? No one likes that. From what I can tell of the William Carter puzzles, William accumulated debt and was being threatened by who ever he owed the debt too, perhaps loan sharks. He took a train to California to visit his brother and/or escape the lone sharks. However, before he got there, the train crashed and William went missing. Now let's look at the train wreck a bit closer, shall we? The cause of the wreck was a circus cart that had gotten stuck on the track. It crashed in the middle of the dessert, miles away from any civilization. In the chaos, potentially dangerous monkeys escaped. Because of all this, the only person to go missing (aka, William) was presumed dead. So a train crashes in the middle of the desert and the only person to go missing is the one who's being hunted by loan sharks? Seems a bit too convenient, doesn't it? Now one could look at the Strongman title in the circus poster and think, "It was Wolfgang. He did it, and Maxwell found out so he trapped him in the Don't Starve world." Perhaps, but don't you think if Maxwell found the guy who tried to kill him he would punish him a bit more harshly than the random strangers he's pulled in?Now, who can we think of that was punished harshly? Wes. And in the circus poster, who does the man who's balancing on the elephant look like? Wes. My theory is, the loan sharks caught wind of William trying to ride to California. So they contacted Wes, who ether worked for them or owned a debt, and told him to take care of it. Now Wes at this time was a bit more fit than he is now. You kind of have to be in order to balance on an elephant like that. Thus, he was able to find a way to sabotage the train and make sure William ended up in the desert somewhere. Maxwell found out somehow that Wes was behind it and punished him by trapping him in an invisible box. The box wasn't big enough for him to do anything, but it still kept him alive. Thus, Wes' mental and physical deteriorated to the point where it is now. *bows*
  9. In her letter to Maxwell, Charlie mentions that she's visiting her sister. Who do ya think her sister could be? I have a theory that Charlie could be one of the twins mentioned in Jacks letter. It's just a thought, but Charlie could end up being Williams niece, which would make her Maxwells niece as well.