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    Those monsters!I did not know
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    Those monsters!I did not know
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    Dark is one. We all know this.
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    The Crowdfunding Portal is live!

    Thank you for launching the non-kickstarter funding. I wasn't able to give before the cut-off and now I can't wait to try alpha when it comes!
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    The North American House Hippo is found throughout Canada and the Eastern United States. House Hippos are very timid creatures and are rarely seen, but they will defend their territory if provoked. They come out at night to search for food, water, and materials for their nests. The favourite foods of the House Hippo are chips, raisins, and crumbs from peanut butter on toast. They build their nests in bedroom closets, using lost mittens, dryer lint, and bits of string. The nests have to be very soft and warm, House Hippos sleep for about 16 hours a day.
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    Definitely, without a doubt to raise post counts!
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    Hydraulic mechanisms

    I hope the water ends up having more dynamic action than minecraft water. I feel that if it is the same there may/will be ways to exploit water to move goods around in less secure but essentially energy free. That said perhaps those issues will resolve themselves when we do hear how fluids will interact. In either case I can't wait to see what people are able to do with fluids.
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    Hydraulic mechanisms

    Perhaps I missed it being a new member but so far I haven't heard anything about the possibility of using fluids either for construct moving, (canals, aqueducts, water mills) for creating art/ambiance (fountains, waterfalls), or for cooling/warming environments (coolant systems for power generators or heating to create hospitable environments to grow). I would love to be able to build an aqueduct and create the beautiful arches like the Pont du Gard in France. Or create a flow of water from one settlement to another for quick automated transfers of materials/goods. What do you think?