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Tarr transformation

Postby rabbitslime » Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:55 am

I thought of a way to minimize the presence of tarr if the player is near by. If the player shot a largo that was about to eat a stray plort with water, the slime will regurgitate the plort as if it was shot out of a vac-pack. If a largo eats a plort, it has 3 seconds to die and transform into a tarr, during this process, one can save the largo by shooting it with water. The plort flies safely out of the largo's mouth and on to the ground (or another largo).
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Re: Tarr transformation

Postby EmeraldPlay » Fri Jul 27, 2018 4:08 am

Saving largos shouldn't be a thing.
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Re: Tarr transformation

Postby rabbitslime » Fri Jul 27, 2018 4:12 am

What about your own largoes? Lets say you have some some corraled hunter-sabers. If you accidentally shoot the wrong plort into the corral when collecting a set amount of plorts, things can get messy. It might also be a crowd control so that the tarr never comes out in the first place, scaring lots of slimes in the process. The way slimes panic in the sight of a tarr is rediculous, they only get a few feet away. They should really panic and scatter, possibly leaving their area that they spawned in.
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Re: Tarr transformation

Postby EmeraldPlay » Fri Jul 27, 2018 4:19 am

It's supposed to be punishing.
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Re: Tarr transformation

Postby Noggy05 » Tue Nov 06, 2018 3:15 am

Prevention is better than cure.
Or in this case
Prevention is better than inevitable death of slimes
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Re: Tarr transformation

Postby LoyalRancher128 » Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:49 pm

I get what your saying but there's no challenge of taking care of a ranch. There's a peaceful mode in game where Tarr are nonexistent. Honestly, without the Tarr keeping us players weary gives a better appreciation in maintaining slimes. It would be nice to save Largo from transforming but there has to be a sense of responsibility and caution when dealing or surrounded by Largo.There are some incidents where I accidentally gave Plort to my Largos and caused an infestation of Tarr. I go really upset by that but it was my fault for not paying attention and since then I'v been careful in handling plorts in my Vacpack. In a sense Tarr are important to have in game in order to have that feel of urgency.
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