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  1. I thought of all of Niki's points before she posted except for the terraforming one - that combined with the others makes a tent a structure beyond a shadow of a doubt. I was up on a hill at the time so not only could I not drop the tent, my horses also got stuck on a hill resulting in death. After the time I spent getting back I felt like discussing the structure and perimeter definitions a bit in terms of tents. It's all good though, I'm fine with all mechanics that work as intended
  2. I tried to drop my tent today prior to death for an easy recovery, and wasn't permitted due to deed rules. I was a little confused since there were no structures in sight, double clicked the tile and it was in a perimeter. The wiki defines perimeter as "The perimeter around a deed disallows non-citizens building structures, and the founding of other deeds. " Is it intended to not be allowed to drop a tent in a perimeter when we can mine, chop, and drop other items? Or is this a bug? Thanks
  3. +1 save the marsh lands
  4. I was thinking before, I would love to have some wurm swag like a poster or hell hound, troll etc. figurine for my desk. I would love a wurm online web store for non-virtual swag like these, t-shirts, etc. This could also be an avenue for advertising.
  5. Or both. Enchanted cave tile: mossy with (shiny?) shrooms
  6. This could be another use for bless - Have a batch of arrows blessed by a priest then they glow on the ground. Or attach light tokens like runes.
  7. This screenshot was sent to me by my card manufacturer as acceptable overclocking settings for the rx470 after I inquired about the power limit setting once I isolated the issue to that. It's the yellow slider at the bottom. To get here run the radeon settings app, click Gaming at the top, then Global Settings, then Global WattMan. The 'acceptable' setting of +15% improved things for me like I said but the issue still persisted, I'm good at 20% and haven't had any adverse side effects. You can keep an eye on your temperature and fan speed while wattman is open as well: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6ht1bA-HFa_NEFGMmZieVh6NkE/view?usp=drivesdk
  8. Jake did you try upping the power limit slider in radeon wattmon? It probably does not apply to the lag issue, but I used to experience the same exact crashes running multiple clients on my rx470. It actually wasn't the multiple clients that caused it - I believe it was increased power draw at the higher clock states because it is much more likely to happen while traveling on one of the accounts/during times of high demand, and it is not wurm-specific (same thing happened while running other games alongside wurm). After my post above i had a couple more crashes at +15 power limit, but they were much rarer. +20 has been 100% stable for me no crashes since setting it there.
  9. The only other fur uses besides armor/clothing/sleeping bags that I could come up with are upholstery and tarps/blankets/tent lining to lower the cold bar if hypothermia were introduced to the game
  10. +1 we need more uses for furs. At least they should not stack generically when bulk stored so we can grind rugs.
  11. Check out sandboxer.org
  12. Did you try relogging? You might be able to see them again after that
  13. I have the fix for this (for rx470, rx480 may be slightly different) after wrestling with it for a few months! In wattman (radeon settings) increase your power limit slider. 10% was more stable for me with my rx470, 20% ran completely stable. I had a case open with a pending rma when I finally found the solution, so I inquired about the change and visiontek support came back with 15% as an acceptable increase for rx470 power limit - also runs stable I am sitting there now. Like I said this may vary for the rx 480 so I would recommend doing some research on the safe power limit range for that model so you don't break something else or decrease the lifespan of your card. This appears to be a widespread problem for this series of cards that started after the Windows 10 anniversary update, without much helpful information online. I hope this works for everyone else that has the issue as well. Enjoy!
  14. I may have solved a different AMD problem that I was wrestling with for 4 months this past weekend (fingers crossed). One of the side effects of the change I made was increased framerate, so you may want to give it a shot: in your global wattman settings, increase the 'power limit' slider. Also make sure that frame rate limiting is disabled in your wurm settings. I think it defaults to enabled at 60 fps which I am now hitting.
  15. Any luck pengun? If my suggestions didn't work for you please post the log like explora said.