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  1. https://twitter.com/klobrille/status/1601265778942414848 In an unexpected turn of events, the EU dissents with the FTC's main and misleading argument to block the merger. EU: "Microsoft didn't make any commitments to EU regulators not to release Xbox-exclusive content following its takeover of ZeniMax Media".
  2. You could be right. Maybe in this case he wants your soul I'm only a couple of days into the prologue but I love how utterly charming it is. Thataways in your hair to give directions. The house spirit thing you have to give gifts too daily or be cursed (Is that real?). The art direction is amazing. Don't we all Holly. Follow your dreams.
  3. Nook wouldn't take years of your life in payment. The less years you can work the less money he can make.
  4. I stumbled on this today. It came out of early access recently and it's utterly charming. A game where you control characters across generations of your family. Lovely graphics and audio. A beautiful life sim sandbox RPG from veterans of the Fable series. You’ve been given the Kynseed, a mystical acorn that grows into a family tree where your choices manifest in its branches. Raise a family, farm the land, run shops, and explore the world as its inhabitants age around you. When you die, step into the shoes of your children and continue your legacy. In this beautifully hand-crafted world an epic tale of adventure and ambitions will unravel around you as you discover the secrets of the land of Quill and its cast of memorable characters. Live your life in a quirky world where everyone ages and dies, including your pets! Take control of the mystical Kynseed and grow your family legacy over generations as you pass your skills and powers down to your children. Run a business such as a blacksmith, apothecary, or goods store. Go adventuring in dangerous regions and battle dark faery tale creatures. Farm your land to create the various ingredients that you'll come to rely on. Develop relationships with NPC’s who have their own lives and who will remember your deeds, actions, and pranks! Find proverbs to unlock the secrets of this mysterious dark faery tale world. Gather materials to create items, forge weapons or mix cures for a range of bizarre maladies. Buy strange artifacts from the mysterious Mr Fairweather - items which can aid your chores, help you in combat, or just let you mess with the world. But be warned of his life tax, for each item must be paid with years from your life! A world and story which aren't always sunshine and roses (just like real life!). In Kynseed, live your lives the way you choose in a lovingly handcrafted 2D open world. I'm only a few days in but it seems like it's going to be very fun. Perfect for the steam deck. https://store.steampowered.com/app/758870/Kynseed/
  5. Even Ubi are back on Steam now. https://store.steampowered.com/app/916440/Anno_1800/ Just happened today I believe
  6. Make sure to check any local ditches and nearby CEX stores.
  7. I didn't actually mean to answer the question. I hadn't noticed it when I posted a quick update of my workers level I don't think there's actually a way to force them to do any particular thing. They're a bit like cats or parrots. They have an internal idea of what they want to do and it's difficult to influence them otherwise except by them having less to do. The only things I've seen are shifting the priority of work orders and changing mining priorty. The best way I've found to have them tidy up is to have a couple of dwarves dedicated to hauling (If you have the numbers). The only other real way is to have more dwarves or less work.
  8. Started a fresh save. Built my own squad of dwarves and gear then scouted around for a starting point. By jove it's a good un. Elves nearby for future shennanigans. First level down suitable for farming, next level down a lovely selection of gems and rocks.
  9. I stopped getting trading caravans and migrants so I retired that one. Next one I started ended up with no way of farming without irrigation which was annoying.
  10. My current fortress is going well. No migrants for over a year but I do have 6 monster hunters in residence. I opened a staircase to the caverns and they were in like Flynn. Doing murders. So time to get a bit spicy. I'm going to colonise part of the cavern.
  11. Top tip. Mining priority. When you have the mining tool selected look to the bottom middle set of menus. There's an "advanced" arrow. Click that and you can set the priority for mining works (It's probably in other parts of the game too). I had problems convincing my dwarfs to mine sometimes until I found that.
  12. I found some disturbing caverns deep underground. Where something was killing the cave crocodiles. I noped out. Next thing I know my militia commander is down there kicking the shite out of ant queens and troglodytes. There's a button that seems to be supposed to undo stairs but it doesn't work. So I figure he'll at least keep the nastys distracted for a while. I'll worry about it when something comes up. I've got bigger problems. A giant krea keeps stealing shoes.
  13. My militia decided to pick a fight with a giant kea. It was a long fight and at one point a child got involved, took a major injury and now keeps reliving the trauma. *Edit* The dwarf child was found deceased up a tree. Died of dhydration (Despite there being water right below them). Two other kids have now armed themselves and are kicking the shite out of a dingo.
  14. It's ok. I'm better at finding them now. Didn't see that option though. I'll look next time.
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