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The "Deepworld Logic" thread.

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  • GlobeGlobe Eating Lisa's brainMember Posts: 1,243
    RedMan said:

    @Aviatrix don't post more than once, double post, or... um... dodecahedropost... rather, edit your post to shorten the amount of posts in the thread, using the gear top right of the comment...

    Aviatrix said:

    A piece of dried out meat covered in salt is somehow beneficial to your health

    And that comes from a mutated insect....
    Or from brains
  • NightTheKidDWNightTheKidDW An Elite Combine officer with high level of virtueMember Posts: 520
    edited March 2017
    RedMan said:

    RedMan said:

    @Aviatrix don't post more than once, double post, or... um... dodecahedropost... rather, edit your post to shorten the amount of posts in the thread, using the gear top right of the comment...

    Aviatrix said:

    A piece of dried out meat covered in salt is somehow beneficial to your health

    And that comes from a mutated insect....
    Octopus. Mutated octopus. Walking in dirt. All day long.
    Oh, octopus tastes lovely, especially when it has inhaled a lot of toxic gas!
    I doubt you even feel the taste, since it's cured with SUCH quantities of salt.
  • Dominus_MortisDominus_Mortis I am being super super super super super super super super super SUUUUPER good. Mmkay? Kay.Member Posts: 921
    You can fit an infinite amount of items in your inventory yet you can move and fly at high speeds.
  • _Brainstorm__Brainstorm_ Nowhere and EverywhereMember Posts: 3,786
    You never need to piss, poop, or even fart despite all the jerky and fillets one eats per dungeon raid.
  • NightTheKidDWNightTheKidDW An Elite Combine officer with high level of virtueMember Posts: 520
    edited March 2017
    The hit box of the blocks is worse then Gordon Freeman's. You can mine it even if your pickaxe is a good 4 feet away.
  • _Brainstorm__Brainstorm_ Nowhere and EverywhereMember Posts: 3,786

    The hit box of the blocks is worse then Gordon Freeman's. You can mine it even if your pickaxe is a good 4 feet away.

    -imagines a crappy game where you fling pickaxes away to mine blocks-

    Great idea! I should make a game like this! Java here I come..
  • NightTheKidDWNightTheKidDW An Elite Combine officer with high level of virtueMember Posts: 520
    RedMan said:

    The hit box of the blocks is worse then Gordon Freeman's. You can mine it even if your pickaxe is a good 4 feet away.

    -imagines a crappy game where you fling pickaxes away to mine blocks-

    Great idea! I should make a game like this! Java here I come..
    Pls no halp me sum1
  • Hydroblade29Hydroblade29 Member Posts: 1,817
    -accidental bump, oh i'm sorry didnt see you there-
    Players will wear the clothes of the deceased, no matter what size it is, it will always fit.
  • Shadow711Shadow711 I’m in a rather dark place, if you haven’t guessed by now.Member Posts: 882

    The hit box of the blocks is worse then Gordon Freeman's. You can mine it even if your pickaxe is a good 4 feet away.

    -imagines a crappy game where you fling pickaxes away to mine blocks-

    Great idea! I should make a game like this! Java here I come..
    No brainstorm. No. You don't want copyright from Growtopia, do you?

    I'm not bashing the game, it's the truth. They have items like that.
  • _Brainstorm__Brainstorm_ Nowhere and EverywhereMember Posts: 3,786
    Shadow711 said:

    The hit box of the blocks is worse then Gordon Freeman's. You can mine it even if your pickaxe is a good 4 feet away.

    -imagines a crappy game where you fling pickaxes away to mine blocks-

    Great idea! I should make a game like this! Java here I come..
    No brainstorm. No. You don't want copyright from Growtopia, do you?

    I'm not bashing the game, it's the truth. They have items like that.
    lol perfect bump
  • JsaycoolJsaycool It's High NoonMember Posts: 122
    Kliuqard said:

    This thread was so good, we have to keep it.

    1. Brains can produce an infinite amount of energy, but our brains cannot.

    2. Automatically, steam turns into acid instantly.

    Despite being male or female, we can have our breasts implanted or removed just from your clothes, despite no surgeons are in deepworld.

    The game has advanced tech and yet, we're still using candlelight for most light sources.
  • Shadow711Shadow711 I’m in a rather dark place, if you haven’t guessed by now.Member Posts: 882
    edited August 2017
    Kliuqard said:



    Despite being male or female, we can have our breasts implanted or removed just from your clothes, despite no surgeons are in deepworld.

    Well... they could be wearing a bra. Or maybe they just have man-boobs.

  • JsaycoolJsaycool It's High NoonMember Posts: 122
    Shadow711 said:

    Kliuqard said:



    Despite being male or female, we can have our breasts implanted or removed just from your clothes, despite no surgeons are in deepworld.

    Well... they could be wearing a bra. Or maybe they just have man-boobs.

    Overweight?
  • Shadow711Shadow711 I’m in a rather dark place, if you haven’t guessed by now.Member Posts: 882
    edited August 2017
    -bump-

    Well hello there~

    Guess what time it is??
  • Hydroblade29Hydroblade29 Member Posts: 1,817
    We all speak English.
  • Shadow711Shadow711 I’m in a rather dark place, if you haven’t guessed by now.Member Posts: 882

    We all speak English.

    Actually, I've ran into a good bit of Spanish people lately. One of them told me a joke, and I didn't understand it so it made me sad.
  • MiesnerMan86MiesnerMan86 What is Life?Member Posts: 595
    Shadow711 said:

    We all speak English.

    Actually, I've ran into a good bit of Spanish people lately. One of them told me a joke, and I didn't understand it so it made me sad.
    knock knock.... -fill in spanish words- hahah get it @Shadow711 ?
  • Shadow711Shadow711 I’m in a rather dark place, if you haven’t guessed by now.Member Posts: 882
    edited August 2017

    Shadow711 said:

    We all speak English.

    Actually, I've ran into a good bit of Spanish people lately. One of them told me a joke, and I didn't understand it so it made me sad.
    knock knock.... -fill in spanish words- hahah get it @Shadow711 ?
    Sí, amigo!
  • JsaycoolJsaycool It's High NoonMember Posts: 122
    Shadow711 said:

    Shadow711 said:

    We all speak English.

    Actually, I've ran into a good bit of Spanish people lately. One of them told me a joke, and I didn't understand it so it made me sad.
    knock knock.... -fill in spanish words- hahah get it @Shadow711 ?
    Sí, amigo!
    Alrighty.
  • OnyxminerOnyxminer United States of AmericaMember Posts: 27
    You can use flamethrowers in space, despite the lack of oxygen.
  • The_MarauderThe_Marauder Mining til I dieMember Posts: 372
    Onyxminer said:

    You can use flamethrowers in space, despite the lack of oxygen.

    Thank you for bumping this!

    You also have no oxygen tanks within space, yet never suffocate
  • _Brainstorm__Brainstorm_ Nowhere and EverywhereMember Posts: 3,786
    Oh wow, since space is here we got a lot to say...

    >birds in space, I don’t need to explain the fact that they won’t breath, fly, or even live.
    >skeletons of humans on the moon
    >skeletons of ancient fish and trilobites on the moon
    >plant remains on the moon
    >no craters
    >supernovas are very frequent, a star explodes every few minutes?
  • IronManArcherIronManArcher STEEEEEEEEEEAM JEETSMember Posts: 1,794

    Oh wow, since space is here we got a lot to say...

    >birds in space, I don’t need to explain the fact that they won’t breath, fly, or even live.
    >skeletons of humans on the moon
    >skeletons of ancient fish and trilobites on the moon
    >plant remains on the moon
    >no craters
    >supernovas are very frequent, a star explodes every few minutes?

    The brains are blowing them up using Doctor Bernard’s handheld fusion turrets, obviously
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  • RhinoClawRhinoClaw HellMember Posts: 141

    Oh wow, since space is here we got a lot to say...

    >birds in space, I don’t need to explain the fact that they won’t breath, fly, or even live.
    >skeletons of humans on the moon
    >skeletons of ancient fish and trilobites on the moon
    >plant remains on the moon
    >no craters
    >supernovas are very frequent, a star explodes every few minutes?

    @_Brainstorm_
    >They are mechanical birds.
    >We aren't on the moon.
    >We aren't on the moon.
    >We aren't on the moon.
    >There are definitely craters
    >Supernovas occur every 3-6 real time minutes which is 3.6-7.2 hours in deepworld time..Other than that sources say that a galaxy the size of the Milky Way have supernovae every 50 years. Deepworld may not be part of that galaxy and sources also suggest that a star explodes every second.
  • MiesnerMan86MiesnerMan86 What is Life?Member Posts: 595
    if we aren’t on the moon then why is there such strong gravity from little asteroids
  • JusticeGamingJusticeGaming Hi, I'm Robin.Member Posts: 928
    If we are in space why do we still fall down and why is there a bottom of the world.
  • _Brainstorm__Brainstorm_ Nowhere and EverywhereMember Posts: 3,786
    RhinoClaw said:

    Oh wow, since space is here we got a lot to say...

    >birds in space, I don’t need to explain the fact that they won’t breath, fly, or even live.
    >skeletons of humans on the moon
    >skeletons of ancient fish and trilobites on the moon
    >plant remains on the moon
    >no craters
    >supernovas are very frequent, a star explodes every few minutes?

    @_Brainstorm_
    >They are mechanical birds.
    >We aren't on the moon.
    >We aren't on the moon.
    >We aren't on the moon.
    >There are definitely craters
    >Supernovas occur every 3-6 real time minutes which is 3.6-7.2 hours in deepworld time..Other than that sources say that a galaxy the size of the Milky Way have supernovae every 50 years. Deepworld may not be part of that galaxy and sources also suggest that a star explodes every second.
    You still didn’t answer the 2-4th questions with actual reasons
  • Menocraft191Menocraft191 Porterville, CaliforniaMember Posts: 102
    Objects defy gravity but we're affected by it :<
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