28 March 2017, 1PM
Just a couple of Community Updates ago, we visited Mom's House, which was a nice and cosy little base on the reddit server. What the game didn't provide in items, she crafted out of paintings. They added a lot, and the art was excellent. With a full wipe since then, Mom has rebuilt. Bigger, bolder, and even lewder than before: her new place is an entire town, complete with a hotel, a sheriff's dept, a market, a church, a strip club, and a pizza parlour. It's a bit less cosy than her other place, but the Spinners as pizzas are worth the whole build.
There's only one way this ends: a Mom server.
Rust Youtube proverb say: "If an event happens on a server and there's no-one there to record it, did it make a Raid Cam?" Hey, no-one said proverbs had to be catchy or make sense. Anyway, the people of Rust clan CML hosts a weekly event on their private server, which means you're probably not invited. The latest was an impressive feat of building, where they crafted something approaching the Normandy beach invasion out of Rust's building tools. I was particularly impressed by the landing boats. They did the smart thing and invited Swemba, who classed it up with nice shots and Spielbergian drama.
PitchDank also showed up to run around as war correspondents. They got what they deserved.
Returning to Holdacious and his Bushcraft series from last week. This actually completes it, as it's a short experiment from him, but one I thoroughly enjoyed. The rules: he can't build anything. His plan is to drop sleeping bags around the map, hide stashes, use furnaces found in the wild, and trade. It's pretty much like camping, but also seems quite stressful.
Sort of a plot twist, and some proper drama at an airdrop.
I genuinely loved watching this, Holdacious.
Absurdity is a good reason for me to cover stuff, so I'm with MikeTheVike 100% when he wants to record something like the first base. I'm also in a bind because I want to talk about it, but I'll have to wait until you've seen it. So click and we'll reconvene after the video.
Amazing. I've seen giant walls in Rust, and I've seen large signs, but I've never seen an insult so large that the game's view distance claims some of it.
Just DAF4Q's take on Rust music.
You know the library bit in the original Ghostbusters? That's what this tune reminds me of.
It's laggy, but Snellular plays Rust with voice control.
This must be what it's like being a demon in possession of a body.
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