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brbrmensch    437
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On 5/31/2017 at 1:31 AM, csc_unit said:

Enjoying the exhibit. 

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night at the museum 2: sad cat and the shadow heart

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minespatch    28,030
On 5/31/2017 at 1:22 AM, csc_unit said:

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Wendy might need some citrus fruits for that...:wilson_shocked:

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csc_unit    236
On 04/06/2017 at 2:25 AM, minespatch said:

Wendy might need some citrus fruits for that...:wilson_shocked:

.. need moar explanation buddy, I dont get it :p 

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minespatch    28,030
4 hours ago, csc_unit said:

.. need moar explanation buddy, I dont get it :p 

Usually Scurvey or Jaundice is due to a lack of vitamins.

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csc_unit    236
1 hour ago, minespatch said:

Usually Scurvey or Jaundice is due to a lack of vitamins.

Aaah lol alright I see what ya did there.    At least, in this scene, she's getting her dose of D vitamin from the dwarf star.

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Sinister_Fang    3,591
2 hours ago, PillsStealer said:

When you jump through a wormhole, you expect a nice, calm, peaceful area. Not today! It was nice coming out of the wormhole just to be surrounded by eyeballs staring at you. 20170606191216_1.jpg

I've had that occur to me on several occasions. And it's incredibly frustrating considering it's almost instant death for Maxwell. I really should make a habit of placing hard turfs on wormholes I use frequently...

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myxal    44
On 2017-5-8 at 1:07 PM, myxal said:

No, lureplant, I don't need your help picking the tumbleweeds.

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Note to self: When I don't have flooring for the tumbleweed farm ready, don't dig up the sandy turf!

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What the.. Shouldn't you guys be cursed until morning? Now's not the time to sleep, I need my pigskins!!

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Every swipe you take, every step you take, I'll be watching you... But boy, it takes a lot of steps to cross that gap..

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myxal    44
On 2017-6-7 at 6:50 AM, Sinister_Fang said:

I've had that occur to me on several occasions. And it's incredibly frustrating considering it's almost instant death for Maxwell. I really should make a habit of placing hard turfs on wormholes I use frequently...

Yeah.. I had eyeplants eat a good deal of toothtraps in my deathpits twice! Not anymore...

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Oh, and if you wish to use that design, put the chest (for teeth and gems) a bit further away from the edge, so it doesn't accidentally start smouldering from burning trees (inevitable with fire hounds :) )

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Sinister_Fang    3,591
9 hours ago, myxal said:

Yeah.. I had eyeplants eat a good deal of toothtraps in my deathpits twice! Not anymore...

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Oh, and if you wish to use that design, put the chest (for teeth and gems) a bit further away from the edge, so it doesn't accidentally start smouldering from burning trees (inevitable with fire hounds :) )

That has happened to me so many times. I facepalmed when a friend suggested using hard turfs. It seemed like an obvious thing to to, but it just never crossed my mind for some reason.

You could always add an ice flingo if you can spare the gears. I like to keep one at my trap fields so fire hounds are even less of an issue.

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Rellimarual    1,903

You can just put rocky turf under the traps if you don't want to spend wood or marble on it. But don't then send the helpful noob out in search of rocky turf to make cobblestone with.

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myxal    44
9 hours ago, Rellimarual said:

But don't then send the helpful noob out in search of rocky turf to make cobblestone with.

Is using rocky turf as eyeplant prevention ever a preferred method? I used floors because I had the materials, but if I didn't and had to transplant turf, I'd go for sandy.

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myxal    44

I'm sure nothing bad will happen when I chop down this random birchnut tree near my base...

Later next day:

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Rellimarual    1,903
3 hours ago, myxal said:

Is using rocky turf as eyeplant prevention ever a preferred method? I used floors because I had the materials, but if I didn't and had to transplant turf, I'd go for sandy.

Sandy is better, but this was a perfect- sized patch of it at just the right distance from base, so it was fast & easy. We don't use that much cobble anyway.

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Aeschwutz    813
29 minutes ago, EsaiXD said:

got a pretty interesting one again. dragonfly decided to move out of the desert and into the deciduous.  AC4401DB2923BFF4D8E298DFFF28FBD4AAAE2CEE

All hail the Dragon Queen and her lavae offsprings.

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