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The (hopefully good) mistake

childrenofur:

Good afternoon everyone,

Earlier today I was doing some developing and committed to the master branch of the project earlier than I had meant to. We have our system set up so that when a commit is made to the master branch, the project is automatically built and deployed to the live server. Unfortunately it was still a little buggy, but instead of just rolling back I wanted to get some of the new features out so I worked on the bugs live (ask any software engineer - this is not a good idea lol!)

But that aside, everything should be stable again and to boot there are some new features I’d like to show you. Some of these aren’t fully fleshed out of course, but you should be used to that by now :P

First, if the last update was “The One with the Trees”, this one could be called “The One with All the Trees (and Rocks and a Vendor…and a Chicken)”. I’ve put a good bit of work into getting more of the entities working as they should. Everything will give you an appropriate item (or two) if you take the time to harves/mine/buy from it.

Sasparilla is headed nearly straight for the sea, harvest, petting and catching whatever she can!

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ancelyne:

fozmeadows: scienceofsarcasm:

Evening Post: August 12, 1899.
"She immediately alighted, caught hold of the astonished youth, and gave him a sound thrashing, using her fists in a scientific fashion…”

I would love to know what this means.

I think that might be code for “punched him in the balls with devastating accuracy”.

Given the time period, scientific was often used as an adjective to mean precise, detailed or highly correct. Also, earlier in the 1800’s boxing became known as “the sweet science" which may have something to do with that specific adjective being used here.

But yeah, it’s probably code for “punched him in the balls with devastating accuracy.”

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I wanted to go allllll the way up to the top of the world, but I ran out of linked signposts in Nottis. Sadness.
Also, this game is such a timesink and I’m only walking around trying to get to places that I remember I liked. I miss teleporting. And the subway. But the art is nice, and there are piggies to pet, so I don’t mind walking.
The bouncy pads in Kloro and Haoma don’t bounce. The Great Hole to Ix goes nowhere. Was reminded of how much I don’t like the swamps.
I want to see if swimming is still a pain in the neck, but the sea is so far away from where I get dropped on the map. D:

I wanted to go allllll the way up to the top of the world, but I ran out of linked signposts in Nottis. Sadness.

Also, this game is such a timesink and I’m only walking around trying to get to places that I remember I liked. I miss teleporting. And the subway. But the art is nice, and there are piggies to pet, so I don’t mind walking.

The bouncy pads in Kloro and Haoma don’t bounce. The Great Hole to Ix goes nowhere. Was reminded of how much I don’t like the swamps.

I want to see if swimming is still a pain in the neck, but the sea is so far away from where I get dropped on the map. D:

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