HOLY F*CKING SHIT
I JUST CAUGHT A MOTHERF*CKING SHINY STUNFISK OUT OF NOWHERE
MALE, BOLD NATURE, STATIC, ACTUALLY PRETTY GOOD IV'S
I HAD ALREADY CAPTURED A STUNFISK FOR USE PRIOR, AND NAMED HIM CHUWAI, BUT I'M SORRY CHUWAI, I HAVE NO TIME FOR YOU NOW
okay I've calmed down but seriously holy shit
Never thought I'd get to use a shiny in a friggin' playthrough, especially not the shiny of my third favorite Pokemon...
gotta think of a name...
Named him Chunafisk <3
Last edited by Neosquid; 04-02-2014 at 05:32 AM.
Route 14, this is my X playthrough, I forgot to mention that.
I'd of said it's easy 'cause we're one in the same, but we've both become less... fishy, as'a late. You're even leanin' towards a complete opposite type now.
Still addicted to Don't Starve, it seems. Blew through nearly two seasons in one session; naturally, I got a shitton accomplished. Winter came immediately as I started, so I put aside whatever I was focused on in order to chase after MacTusk. First time I killed 'em, I didn't get a Tam o' Shanter... but I did at least get a Walrus Tusk, so I immediately RTB'd and got my favorite item in the game: the Walking Cane. In a game where time is your biggest enemy, a 25% speed bonus is a godsend. That, and I also use it in combat during kiting to narrowly avoid attacks.
After crafting said item, I explored about while waiting for MacTusk to respawn, filling out the map. I decided to brave a Killer Bee biome since the Walking Cane would allow me to dodge the bees much easier. Got through without gettin' stung, and I ended up finding the Wooden Thing. The first MacTusk fight caused me to take some damage (I tanked however many hits when initially killin' the hounds; quicker and easier that way), and since this would be my first time fightin' the Chess Monsters, I didn't dare go after 'em. Instead, I returned home to heal up via Tent and try again later. Chester actually died to the Killer Bees on the way back, and so did I tryin' to grab all'a the valuable loot I had in 'em... Killer Bees are bloody terrifying.
Fought MacTusk twice more that Winter, but he didn't drop his hat even once. Damn shame, but oh well. Towards the end of Winter I did indeed attack the Chess Monsters, and successfully killed 'em all off without too much trouble. On cue, 'fore I could finish off the last two, Deerclops decides to spawn. ._.; Wasn't 'bout to screw with a Deerclops if unneeded, so I ran off to my base ASAP: once again, on cue, Deerclops either ****in' teleported to me or another one literally spawned outside my base. Wasn't any runnin' from this bastard, I definitely had to fight it. But before that, I ran from it for literally an entire cycle (half the night, half the day) to keep it from destroyin' my base. One broken Prestihatitator and dead Chester later, I had a new Logsuit, fresh Tentacle Spike and Fire Staff ready for battle. Unlike my last Deerclops encounter, I actually won this one. Wasn't very difficult to kite, surprisingly.
Still annoyin' though, he destroyed my spider nest 'fore it was level three, and even worse, slaughtered the savanna's entire Beefalo herd. ¬_¬ Now I'm outta Beefalo Wool and Manure 'til I can find another herd in another savanna... which I may never, as there may not be one. But I should still be fine, I have my Bee Boxes, a Bird and the recent addition of four Drying Racks to keep me alive. Also got a stack of rot for the berry bushes and my eventually vegetable farms, so while the lack of Beefalo is annoyin', it won't really hamper me 'til hundreds of days later down the line. Assumin' I live that long.
Come Summer, I obtained a new Spider Den and got tons of Reeds for Honey Poultice... did plenty'a other less notable stuff, such as moar stacks of extra supplies, creatin' a small Evil Flower farm so I can get me some Nightmare Fuel risk-free, and crafting a Telelocator Staff + Focus. Just one Blue gem short of bein' able to use it. I hope it warps me outta caves just fine, 'cause once I do finish the Focus, it's gonna be my lifeline in there. Speakin' of, I'm about ready to venture into Caves. Got a few healing items, said Staff, and the ability to dry some long-lasting Jerky. Once I finish the Focus and make a Miner Hat, it's time to go spelunking.
/unnecessarily long post