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I'm sitting in a dark room at 1:30 in the morning right now. This is what I could come up with.

I hate it when I'm just walking around and all of a sudden I just get stunned randomly for no reason.

Badges are little symbols next to your name. You get them by accomplishing something. The blue squares are for training people, the white/silver squares are for editing the wiki, the orange square is for Patreon supporters, the baby blue square with the check mark means you're verified, the brown square with the hammer means you're a developer, and the black square with the eye means that you're the creator of the game.

The badge permission might reassigned. If Spag and Trax don't come back, two other people will have to do their jobs. Either way, you and some other people will have to wait.

"A watched pot is slow to boil" - Benjamin Franklin

You can edit any page if you wanna add anything important to it. Just make sure not to go around deleting everything.

If you're trying to earn a wiki badge, contact Traxido on Discord once you have edited 50 or more times. (I forgot the number it might be 50-100 times).

I like it. Seems easy to put in, and it's convenient. It takes surprisingly long for an arena match to start; I only enter the queue when there are seven or more in it, and even then it's not guaranteed the match 'll start in the next 10-20 minutes.

First of all: mystery boxes were removed from chests in the sandworm pit, so it was a fairly good idea to put it as a reward for killing yetis rather than scrapping it. The ogre gives money and the yeti can give you a mystery box.

Second of all: it isn't very common to get a mystery box. When you kill a yeti, the thing you're typically gonna get is a soccer ball.

Third of all: the mystery box encourages players to make an account. It's like a sneak peak into one of the weapons. When the player dies and loses the hammer or whatever they got, they're gonna think "Dang, I wish I had that weapon again", and want to make an account so he/she can own it. Remember how I mentioned the yeti drops a soccer ball? Yeah, well some of us know that if you kick it around enough, it'll disappear. That's the game's way of saying "you like playing with that soccer ball? You should play the soccer mode!" This is your sneak peak. It's practically like an advertisement in of itself (but it's not obnoxious). This is the same with the boxes. I think this was a GENIUS decision by Rezoner. "You like playing with the hammer and bow? Make an account so you can own them yourself!"

How about instead of putting all of that unnecessary work in, you equip the angel wings and the bow, and let your imagination go wild.

Yeah, I can see where you're coming from. So I assume you prefer the campfire idea?