AI is let loose, Stranger Things in Rust, the most elegant base destruction you'll ever see, and lots more.
28 November 2017 (4 Comments)
Over on reddit, Swope25 has uncovered some important recordings that claim to be the truth behind Rust and Hapis Island. There's a lot of detail in this.
Also on reddit, poppapappa seems to have uncovered a scene from the aftermath. I just thought the two posts fitted together neatly.
As one of the few people who knows the truth, I can only say that [REDACTED] is [YUP, REDACTED], and the whole bit about [SO VERY REDACTED] is [HOLY FUCK IS THIS BIT REDACTED], though [TOTALLY REDACTED] can only be true if [I'M GOING TO REDACT YOU IF YOU KEEP THIS UP].
I generally have a rule that any video that claims to be 'trolling' other players has to work really hard to get my attention. And a lot of work has gone into this bit of roleplay by Guacamole Jones, who wanders a server while claiming to have discovered a new form of AI in Rust. In reality, it's Eclipse with a voice changer and a silly name.
I'm not sure I wouldn't have been fooled, tbh.
By and large, Rust is still a game where your best laid plans are likely to be raided when you're least expecting it. Which is what happened to Surge. He was on a raid and then got a message that his own base was being raided.
If you're reading this, Surge, you're being raided right now.
"For the third year in a row, we’re putting on a 12 hour livestream event, where all the proceeds go to charity. This year, all funds will go to Direct Relief, a longstanding charity who provides aid to victims of natural disasters and poverty in over 80 countries."
That's this weekend! Have fun, everyone!
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