What is this game about.
What's on your mind?
I have too much furniture and I dont want to get rid of it my house is too crowded I need help!!
I have everything all + money (no cheat all work )
RASPERRY NO SHELL TO THE SHOP TEL ME HOW TO MAKE THIS NEED LOT OF THIS
DEER NO WORK + HORSE MISSING ?
Horce Sanctuary mising i have many many problems
Check dangeon armor
Where raspberry u have coccking haw to make filing no find this tree to shop, museum big verry big problems
I'm an experienced wiki editor & I'd like to help with this one. The game is super fun but it can be kind of confusing at times, so it's important to have a quality wiki.
First, I'd like to know where you guys are pulling the image thumbnails from. I don't want to go digging around blindly in the game's guts, so if someone could let me know how to find them, that'd be great!
Secondly, I wanted to discuss how you guys were thinking of organizing pages. There are A TON of pages without categories, as well as some already established categories that are in use, but it is kinda hard to explore the wiki unless you know what you're looking for without using the "random page" button a bunch of times.
What do you guys think? This place has a lot of potential and is a lot further along than many wikis I've worked with. I don't know how long I'll stick around since I get mad wiki burnout but I can help out while I'm here :)
How do you guys get the info? like for example i only can tame a chicken and you guys already have ducks! or even the quests, i ended on albert and the glider, and you guys already have quests to make cat homes!
Please anyone reply me
I think it would be a big improvement to quality-of-life, if crafting got a slight upgrade. For example, crafting things made of wood. Let's say a chest. It would require you to craft all the sub-items first, before being able to craft the chest, but if you have a stack of wood in your inventory already, why not be able to just click the craft button straight on the chest, and it automatically takes out all the wood you normally would have spent.
It just saves on going back and forth a lot, and a lot of counting.