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#1 2018-09-21 18:33:06

jasonrohrer
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Update: Tree Farm

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People have been asking about this for a while:  you can replant trees now.  But trees are slow-growing things, so it's really a multi-generational project.  And Bonsai---those are really slow growers.

Before this update, each server tracked curse scores separately, meaning that you could grief and get cursed into Donkey Town on one server, but then switch servers and be uncursed again.  Now there's a global, centralized curse server that all the game servers share, so each player has one global curse score, regardless of which server they are playing on.  If they're in Donkey Town, they're in Donkey Town on all servers.

There are a bunch of other, small content fixes.  A bunch of other things, like flat rocks and paper, are now stackable.

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#2 2018-09-21 19:23:27

Spot
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

The graves automatically say MOTHER or we can write anything on the grave?

If it's automatically and every players see something different: Souldn't the grave say GRAND-MOTHER instead of MOTHER as it's her grand-mother?
What about AUNT?

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#3 2018-09-21 19:43:20

Tea
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

Yay, I can finally plant some nice trees next to my house ! Ty Jason.


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#4 2018-09-21 20:18:01

jasonrohrer
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

You get to pick the label on the grave by carving it.

But there is currently no way to carve GRANDMOTHER on the grave.  That will be added in the future.

So in this GIF, I used a MOTHER grave.  After all, if she's a grandmother, she's also a mother.  You can't become a grandmother without being a mother first!

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#5 2018-09-21 21:05:53

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How do we plant trees? Any instructions??


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#6 2018-09-22 14:31:50

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Re: Update: Tree Farm

This is very realistic, ;(


I love it!


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#7 2018-09-22 16:51:41

Potjeh
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

Aw, can't plant juniper. Would be so handy to have one near forge or kitchen.

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#8 2018-09-23 01:26:29

FounderOne
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

Potjeh wrote:

Aw, can't plant juniper. Would be so handy to have one near forge or kitchen.

True


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#9 2018-09-23 19:03:34

Rohen
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

Potjeh wrote:

Aw, can't plant juniper. Would be so handy to have one near forge or kitchen.

That's probably why you can't.

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#10 2018-09-23 20:58:00

voy178
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

Rohen wrote:
Potjeh wrote:

Aw, can't plant juniper. Would be so handy to have one near forge or kitchen.

That's probably why you can't.

Jason has a tendency to not like things to be convenient, so you're probably right.

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#11 2018-09-24 11:48:00

Anshin
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

But leaving juniper to be griefable and town ending due to lack of fire seems like an oversight.

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#12 2018-09-24 14:52:31

elmiste
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

Anshin wrote:

But leaving juniper to be griefable and town ending due to lack of fire seems like an oversight.

good point, don't do it..

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#13 2018-09-24 18:42:38

jasonrohrer
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

Lack of Juniper wasn't on purpose.

I just picked four trees and did those first!

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#14 2018-09-24 19:00:03

Turnipseed
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

jasonrohrer wrote:

Lack of Juniper wasn't on purpose.

I just picked four trees and did those first!

Keep in mind irl juniper berrys need to be prepared in a lye solution, or passed through a birds GI tract to be viable might make for a fun mechanic ither way it goes.. i was dissapointed you didnt make us use willow water to root the tree cuttings though


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#15 2018-09-24 21:47:38

jasonrohrer
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

Well, I looked at some stuff and found that it is possible to root many trees without rooting hormone.  I hadn't heard of willow water until just now, but sounds like that's a replacement for rooting hormone.

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#16 2018-09-25 04:57:18

Booklat1
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

jasonrohrer wrote:

Well, I looked at some stuff and found that it is possible to root many trees without rooting hormone.  I hadn't heard of willow water until just now, but sounds like that's a replacement for rooting hormone.

It's actually a type of natural hormone extract.

Definitely awesome if some trees needed that. I work with natural product extraction, this would make me so happy.

Are you willing to add fertilizers to grow trees faster?

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#17 2018-09-25 14:57:41

jasonrohrer
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

Maybe someday!

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#18 2018-09-25 19:05:45

I am Pharo
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

Turnipseed wrote:
jasonrohrer wrote:

Lack of Juniper wasn't on purpose.

I just picked four trees and did those first!

Keep in mind irl juniper berrys need to be prepared in a lye solution, or passed through a birds GI tract to be viable might make for a fun mechanic ither way it goes.. i was dissapointed you didnt make us use willow water to root the tree cuttings though

Possibly an additional use for domestic geese, if juniper berries become a thing.

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#19 2018-09-25 19:48:24

Turnipseed
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Re: Update: Tree Farm

jasonrohrer wrote:

Well, I looked at some stuff and found that it is possible to root many trees without rooting hormone.  I hadn't heard of willow water until just now, but sounds like that's a replacement for rooting hormone.

Yeah cuttings are weird in real life there is a high failure chance. A general rule of thumb even with rooting hormone (willow water as an all natural replacement) is to cut twice as many rods as you want trees.

I root fig cuttings every early spring to sell, and i take 100-200 cuttings home depending on how straight they grew the year before (curved cuttings never turn out well in my experience).

I only expect 50%-60% to turn into viable trees even watching them closely.

But hey a year later i get 5$ wholesale for em smile

Any chance we see grafting one day?


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