16 May 2017
There's a lot to be said about an impressive build on a vanilla server. "Ooh!" And perhaps, "ahh!" I made those noises and more--and then had to apologise to my neighbours--when I spotted ReptarKitawa's reddit post about having built a bridge with a shop on it on Rustopia EU. Funnily enough, I also made a noise that sounded like 'EU' when I looked at the screenshots. A build this strange needs Admin cam.
They've done a real good job of settling into that little hilly nook. I really love how it's part of the flow of the land.
Skwealer's video is an enjoyable short about a Rust guitar competition. It turns out you can't even strum in Rust without ending up fly food.
Never forget: Rust is a survival game.
Well, kinnnnda. At the beginning of the year, Surge crafted a trailer and asked us if we wanted to use it. We uhmed and ahhed a bit, but there's no denying the quality of the work, or the style in which he made it. Anyway, long story short we've decided that it's probably the best representation of Rust we have. If you missed it back then, take a look.
Really nice work, Surge.
There's at least one good arguement for not running into any open door you might see in Rust. You might end up in Rcham's trap base, and then on his Youtube channel. If that happens, you might end up having to kill your clanmates...
That was mean.
I have been informed of a server that's dedicated to what I can only imagine as all-our religious war. Teams, or clans, are there to represent a 'religion', and though that might sound sacrilegious, there's an obvious element of roleplay going on. Apparently the largest religion on there will be 'favoured by the Gods'. I can't wait to read the admin abuse reports. Here's a look at one of the settlements.
I believe you need faith to join.
Xtab has once again taken time from his own schedule to poke about the skin workshop. Here's what he found.
Think you're working on something awesome? Tell me all about it. Share your base designs, show off a game-mode from your server, or have you done a cool thing with Code Locks and Vending Machines?
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