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  1. Kajin


    Can confirm. Am currently scattered amongst the stars. Send help.
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    Moved to Mapping WIP.
  3. Kajin

    Ultima Warrior

    I support the leaping through windows initiative if only because I want to drink all the delicious tears of people who've died trying to escape zombies "like how they do in the movies". Also it would be a good way to escape zombies, both if the window is already open and if you're willing to take numerous bleeding cuts over taking a bite/being eaten alive.
  4. I'd like it if the tracks supported those hand pump rail carts, if we're talking vehicles. Not sure how difficult they are to move but I imagine it's quicker and easier than running.
  5. Yeah, plastic bottles, even if they're pretty common, would see much better use a bunch more ways than they way would as cords. If you needs cords, take the laces from the shoes of the undead or strip the bark from the trees you're cutting down.
  6. That is pretty genius... but why would you destroy a perfectly good bottle to make a cord when there's so much other stuff out there you can make it out of?
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    EDIT Oh wait, Blasted_Taco already gave you a different one. Nevermind >.>
  8. As an actual long term mechanic, I'm not a fan. As a selected trait? I'd go for it. Character has decreased fitness and strength or maybe constant pain from arthritis and old injuries. They also have a random chance to get a heart attack or collapse from heart failure, followed by RNG rolls to see if it actually kills you or if it passes. A good diet and lots of exercise to raise fitness could mitigate the chances of it killing you and a sufficiently advanced medical doctor could also save you. Heart pills meds would also help push the odds in your favor all around. A debilitating condition like that would give you lots of skill points to use, in reflection of someone who has lived a long life.
  9. Buddies of mine and myself were talking about Gasifiers recently. Basically take wood or coal and turn it into synth gas. They were apparently very common in world war two thanks to gasoline shortages and a lot of people ran their cars and powered their homes off of them.
  10. MyTJ

    Somehow the forum said I was unable to had reputation to you.  Seeing your reputation that may be one explanation.  Otherwise, sorry if I've offended you somehow.

  11. I made a chicken coop a couple years ago for some ungrateful chickens that never used it. I think I managed a pretty decent job of it despite my having very little experience with actually putting nails to wood, though it came out looking like crap. Also, I can think of plenty of reasons to carry a can opener with you. Opening a can without one is difficult, time consuming, you could hurt yourself trying, and a can opener is small enough to fit in your pocket so how can you not find space for it in that giant hiking bag? Might as well grab one and bring it anyway. I agree that you should still be able to open a can without them, but not without any number of downsides (smashing it on the ground takes forever and exhausts you, smashing it with a rock takes a fair amount of time and you risk bashing your fingers for pain and ripped skin that could get infected, stabbing it with a knife takes a small amount of time, damages the knife and you risk cutting yourself badly, etc.)
  12. Actually the skill requirement for electricity to build a windmill would likely be pretty low. Once you have the basic knowledge and the relatively easy to find components it's supposedly very easy to make. The real hurdle would be actually hoisting the thing up to a sufficient height to get good winds. I'd have to say it'd be a pretty large investment in materials and engineering to get it up really high.
  13. I read you can use the fibers from cattail plants in basket weaving, in addition to the edible core of the stem and the starch you get from the tail and the roots.
  14. Oh, the idea has been talked to death. This might be the fifth suggestion thread concerning alternative power sources I've participated in, and I rarely even come here to suggestions anymore. So yeah, we do all love it because most of us have talked about it in some capacity before
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