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  The Last Sunshine Patches
Posted by: Hex - 07-29-2016, 08:37 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (2)

We're now officially in alpha. Click the link below to see our release notes for version 0.0.1.1668.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OYk0...Wefjp37Zbk

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  New Build
Posted by: Hex - 07-20-2016, 07:41 PM - Forum: Gameplay - No Replies

To start things off, this is a 'jack of all trades, master of none' build. http://tls.foureyes-productions.com/pass...3,LF,E4,H3

This build has moderately high Orgone (effectively health), high regeneration and moderate speed. I threw on Passion for additional damage and to increase my total Orgone so Growth will give me more regeneration in turn.

The way to play a build like this is not to be too daring, but recognize you can take a few hits and keep moving. Sometimes you can get DPSed down if you get stuck in a large volley of bullets though, so watch out.

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  Read First - Technical Format
Posted by: Admin - 06-08-2016, 08:34 PM - Forum: The Last Sunshine Technical (format required) - No Replies

Bugs are bugs and sometimes they slip through. To help us better understand your problems and therefore solve them, we need descriptive yet concise-as-possible posts, almost like technical documentation. Not everyone has technical documentation writing experience though, so just do your best with these guidelines.

First, perform a search to see if your issue has been resolved in the past. If it has been solved, you can read the thread on how to solve it and save some time. If it hasn't been solved in the past, you probably need to make a thread. Your thread title should tell what kind of problem it is following a brief description. Here's some good examples of a thread title:

  • The Last Sunshine - Bug - Elite Fiend Unkillable in Level 4
  • The Last Sunshine - Graphical Bug - Pink Walls
The thread body should be as descriptive as possible, but as concise as possible. A good thread body may look something like this:

Give details on your computer specs: My computer specs are [insert detailed computer specs in list form].
Give a description of the bug: In level 4, there is an Elite Fiend which apparently can't be killed. I've fought it for like 10 minutes straight. Is it invincible or an HP value too high on it?
Explain how to recreate the bug: Go to level 4. In the 3rd level section attack the Elite Fiend near the large doodad.
Explain what is expected and what actually happens: He's supposed to take damage, but he doesn't!
Update your thread with additional information you find out: Edit: Apparently it was related to the skill I was using? When I use Solar Javelin I can kill it, but not when I use Sun Ray?

Be sure to use pictures and/or video to illustrate the issue as clearly as possible. As you figure out more information, add it to your post. This is helpful in determining that the enemy may not be the problem and that a player skill is the problem (in this case Sun Ray because Solar Javelin can kill it).

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  Read First - Technical Format
Posted by: Admin - 06-08-2016, 06:48 PM - Forum: Four Eyes Forums Technical (format required) - No Replies

Bugs are bugs and sometimes they slip through. To help us better understand your problems and therefore solve them, we need descriptive yet concise-as-possible posts, almost like technical documentation. Not everyone has technical documentation writing experience though, so just do your best with these guidelines.

First, perform a search to see if your issue has been resolved in the past. If it has been solved, you can read the thread on how to solve it and save some time. If it hasn't been solved in the past, you probably need to make a thread. Your thread title should tell what kind of problem it is following a brief description. Here's some good examples of a thread title:

  • Forums - Bug - Text Too Small
  • Forums - Bug - Can't See Creative Forums
The thread body should be as descriptive as possible, but as concise as possible. A good thread body may look something like this:

Post 1: For some reason text is really small for me and it started when I came to this forum. It's like everything is zoomed out.

Post 2: It could be a computer setting on your operating system. Or, try holding Ctrl then scrolling your mouse wheel. That changes a kind of zoom level for your browser's pages.

Post 3: Oh, that was it. Thanks. I must have accidentally did that.

If applicable, add a picture or video to help explain your issue. As you figure out more information, add it to your post. This is helpful in determining that the enemy may not be the problem and that a player skill is the problem. When responding to a technical bug thread, you can add information to help solve the bug.

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  Read First - Suggestion Format
Posted by: Admin - 06-08-2016, 05:12 PM - Forum: Suggestions (format required) - No Replies

This forum is used for suggesting changes to Four Eyes' operations. This is not a place for casual or game conversation, but you are encouraged to discuss a suggestion in that particular suggestion's thread.

When making a thread, make sure you have good spelling and grammar. Your thread title should include the area of the suggestion (ie, forums, TLS Passive Tree webpage, moderation rules, etc.) and a few words describing the suggestion. Here are some good example titles:

  • Forums - New Creative Corner Forum
  • TLS Passive Tree - Readout
  • Moderation - Change NSFW definition

The body of your post is where you explain your suggestion in greater detail and why you think your suggestion should be implemented. You must communicate in proper English. You're making a professional suggestion so illustrate that with a well written and well thought out body of text. Your post may be removed or simply ignored if it looks like a 3 year old wrote it! This doesn't mean if you make one grammar mistake your suggestion will be thrown out, but you should write your post as strongly as you can. Here's an example of a suggestion post body text:

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My suggestion is to create a new forum in the creative area for pottery. Pottery is one of my favorite past times and I have even made some pottery lately with TLS imagery. Thoughts?
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If you agree with the suggestion, you may say you agree in a reply, but it's best to also explain why you agree to attempt to strengthen the suggestion's argument. If you disagree, you may post that you do not agree and explain why this suggestion may not be a good fit. Remember, you're not starting a fight, you're having a discussion, so try not to make it personal. Don't attack the person or insult them lest the discussion devolves. Here's an appropriate counter argument:

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I'm not sure a pottery forum is really appropriate for our forums. While creative, pottery is very niche and far removed from video games. I doubt many people would frequent that forum. If you've made some pottery, why not occasionally show it your work in the main general discussion? I think the mods will allow that.
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Disagreements will happen and sometimes people get very passionate about their viewpoint. We've all been there and we've all been heated at one time or another. The best thing you can do is just remember that on the other side of the forum is another human being not too unlike you with a beating heart and thinking mind. Try to treat everyone with respect even if you don't agree with them and try to understand the other person's point of view.

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  Admin - I'm new!
Posted by: Admin - 02-24-2016, 01:34 AM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Hey everyone. I'm Admin and I'm new to the Four Eyes forums. I hope to be here for a long time and make a lot of digital friends.

See you in game! (and prepare to get rekt!)

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