Gintama Filler List - How To Watch Gintama Without Fillers

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2021.12.08 15:02 johnrock001 Gintama Filler List - How To Watch Gintama Without Fillers

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2021.12.08 15:02 damurphy72 End of the Mod List (Categories 14-18)

This is the last of my three-part series. Links to the first two parts:
Yes, I did skip lucky #13, but there is a bonus group at the end.
Category 14: Map Generation
After your scenario and storyteller selection, your world map defines what kind of game you're playing. Are you playing a cute pawn version of Minecraft, The Forrest, Conan Exiles, or Valheim?
Alpha Biomes (Sarg Bjornson): Just as with Alpha Animals, I highly recommend this mod. It injects some fun weirdness into your world gen with a collection of alien and bizarre biomes. Many of the biomes don't even qualify as a nice place to visit, but if you really want to offset all of the perks from other mods, try a Naked Brutality run in a Ferralisk-infested jungle! Warning: not for arachnophobes...or thanatophobes.
Prepare Landing (neitsa): This mod is useful once per colony start. Unless you're going for a random hex selection, you will probably ALWAYS use it then. It lets you narrow down the list of hundreds of possible landing hexes by a wide variety of characteristics like available stone type, growing season, biomes, presence of rivers, etc.
ReGrowth: Expanded World Generation (Helixien): The default world gen is pretty sufficient, creating a variety of terrains in different latitudes. What if you want a planet that looks like Dune or Waterworld? How about a world with extreme seasons? This mod will fit the bill, letting you customize your starting map to suit. Note that Helixien has a number of mods that add or expand biomes. I haven't had time yet to try them, but they look interesting and are worth a look.
Real Ruins (MR. TETEREW): This mod has one of the most intriguing concepts I've seen in video game modding. It uploads snapshots of bases created by players playing the game, then turns them into ruins that can appear in other peoples' games. The end result is ruins that can be very intriguing. Note that you might end up hitting the jackpot based on how the ruin is generated -- be warned if you prefer that the game give you nothing but abuse.
World Map Beautification Project (Odeum): The author of this mod has put a lot of effort into making the world map look more attractive and plausible. If you're using this mod along with Alpha Biomes, be sure to get the patch mod by Sacrificial Goat.
Category 15: Buildings (and Furniture)
RimWorld breaks things down into items (which you can buy or craft at a workstation using a skill like Cooking or Crafting) and buildings (which includes things like furniture and mostly use Construction skill). These mods all provide extra options for the latter.
Backup Power (Fluffy): Build control boxes on power generators that turn them on and off automatically based on power demand. This is especially useful with switchable defenses or mods like LightsOut.
[KV] RimFridge (Kiame Vivacity): Fixes a glaring oversight in the base game by adding stand-alone fridges to keep things cold.
LVM's Deep Storage (lilwhitemouse): Provides various furniture options that allow you to create a stack of stacks. The allowable items are all suitable to the type of furniture, e.g., you can put weapons in weapon cabinets, raw materials on pallets, etc. Having these options is absolutely critical for anybody who is an organization junky such as me.
Vanilla Books Expanded (Oskar Potocki): Adds skill books, newspapers, tech blueprints, and maps to the game. Books and newspapers can be created in-house, but all of them can be purchased from merchants. This is a very sensible addition and a great thing upon which to spend extra wealth.
Ben Lubar presents: Vanilla Books Expanded Expanded (Ben Lubar): I've just picked up this mod. It adds a few interesting changes to the previous mod, but I can't say I've explored it in detail. If anybody else has tried it, please let me know how it went.
Door Mat (dracoix): Adds various doormats that reduce dirt tracked in by pawns. Pretty simple and logical, in my opinion.
Doors Expanded (jecrell): Simple expansion of your door options -- more sizes, curtains, blast doors, gates, etc.
Dubs Skylights (Dubwise): Allows you to build rooms that let light in for plants but still protect from the elements (including things like hail and fallout). Disclaimer: I haven't actually used this in my game. It sounds like a great idea, but there are also a ton of alternative approaches. I'll have to make a note to actually try it in play.
Egg Incubator (Mlie): Yet another mod search result that came about as a result of an in-game problem. A cold snap or heatwave can wipe out your fertilized eggs before they can hatch. This is a nuisance for turkeys, ducks, or chickens. It rises to mildly infuriating for longer cycle animals like dinosaurs. Of course, you could always just install an air conditioner and heater in your barn...
Wall Light (Murmur): In practice, most lights in real life are mounted on the ceiling and there are mods that let you do that. The game UI makes roofs invisible, to the point where you need an overlay button just to show you where the roofs are. This mod is a great alternative to standing floor lamps without having to fiddle with invisible roofs and it works pretty well with LightsOut.
Mass Graves (pyrce): Who has time to individually bury raiders? Some folks like fire, but now you're wasting chemfuel that could be used to actually kill raiders instead of just cleaning up after them. The solution? Drop 'em all in a big hole and push dirt over the top. On a slightly funny note, if one of your pawns has a corpse fascination mental break, they will dig up ALL of the bodies in the mass grave and leave them lying around in various stages of decay.
Quarry (Ogliss): Yet another mod that sounds like a nice idea but that I have never actually used in practice, probably because I like to play on maps with actual hills. This mod lets you dig stone and other items out of flat earth areas at a much lower tech level than deep drilling.
RT Fuse (Ratysz): Create fuses that buffer the explosive effects of battery shorts. A short will still drain power but the fuses will limit or eliminate fires and explosions. I think most electricians would agree that limiting fires and explosions should be at the top of your checklist as a handyman. Side note: I can say for sure that Real Ruins will use maps that have the same mods as you, as I discovered a ruin on an encounter map that still had intact fuses from this mod!
Armor Racks (khamenman): I just discovered this mod and haven't vetted it properly. The promise to it is that it allows a quick-change option for pawns to swap from work clothes to armor in the event of a raid. This presumes, of course, that you have armor heavy enough to not just wear it around all the time...which means this isn't really an early game thing.
Vanilla Furniture Expanded Core (Oskar Potocki): This mod adds a bunch of furniture options and related research projects that can be very useful, like a simple bed in between a bedroll and a full bed, an outdoor light that doesn't short in bad weather, and a filing cabinet to boost your research speed. You can also build trash cans to keep your space cleaner. I like this one a lot.
VFE Power (Oskar Potocki): Expands options for RimWorld versions of gas, oil, renewable, and nuclear power without the high complexity of RimAtomics or Rimefeller. Note that with this mod installed, the map will generate with chemfuel pools and "helixien" gas vents that can be exploited with the correct technologies. I wonder if there is an add-on mod out there that can say, "Not enough vespene gas!"
VFE Production (Oskar Potocki): I really like the electric versions of the drug lab, butcher, and stonecutter table, the fueled smelter option, and the various cabinets that boost work speed for different workstations are nice -- the kitchen sink is even patched for Dub's Bad Hygiene. Note that if you really exploit this mod to its fullest, you can massively increase the speed of production in your colony, so be aware of that consequence.
VFE Art (Oskar Potocki): Is your base getting tired of the same old large sculptures decorating everything? Now, your creative pawns can make rugs, pottery, statues, obelisks, and even holographic works of art! Practically speaking, this mod just gives you more options for creating items with beauty ratings to improve pawn mood.
VFE Farming (Oskar Potocki): Adds a plant-growing platform more advanced than a planter box or hydroponics in the form of an artificial ecosystem. The mod also provides tileable versions of all three so that they can be any shape. Also includes scarecrows, animal feeding troughs, and garden sprinklers (though I prefer the sprinklers in Dub's Bad Hygiene).
VFE Medical (Oskar Potocki): Adds a few options to properly outfit a hospital. They can really make a difference in outcome if used together. The research counter is also useful in the lab, as it provides a boost to research benches as well as keeps the area clean.
VFE Security (Oskar Potocki): This is one of the larger Vanilla Furniture Expanded add-ons, and it adds quite a lot of options for base defense at different tech levels. Some folks put a lot of thought into what to include, and I recommend looking it up and just reading the mod description, as I can't really do it justice in a short paragraph.
VFE Spacer (Oskar Potocki): Interesting high-tech furniture options appropriate for the Spacer technology level. Honestly, who is going to build a spaceship filled with wooden benches and fur beds?
VFE Architect (Oskar Potocki): "Architect" translates into floors, walls, doors, and fences, and there are a ton of options here. Conveniently, there isn't really any overlap with the Doors Expanded mod. I love the option to create packed dirt paths as a low-tech way to speed pawns around the colony.
Signs and Comments (Dark): This mod has a bunch of options for adding all kinds of signage to your colony. I've never built any of them. What I use this for is the Comment option, which lets you put labels on the map. One of my first tasks in each new colony is to scout the surrounding area and label any ore outcroppings, interesting ruins, steam geysers, etc.
Subsurface Conduit (Murmur): Create conduits that, while more expensive, are buried and thus not subject to attack or accidental damage. This is especially useful for things that are outside of your main defense perimeter that still need power.
[KV] Trading Spot (Kiame Vivacity): The only thing this mod does is allow you to tell trade caravans where they should park. Four out of four stars.
Seamless Embrasures (Neronix17): Create holes in walls to shoot through. This has some limits. An embrasure between two rooms, for example, will cause the game to see them as the same room. Also, they are bidirectional, though the same can be said for most forms of cover. I have to say I've only made limited use of them.
Category 16: Technology
This category is where I'm sticking mods that either work on the research tree directly or add some substantial changes to the game through technology. Note that my experience with most of these end-game tech mods is fairly limited thanks to my habit of starting out with stone-age technology (and dying). Feel free to share tips and concerns about any of them in the comments!
SRTS Expanded (NECEROS): While we're still waiting for ground vehicle mods, this mod does the next best thing by providing a variety of shuttlecraft that can be built to move around the map. There are Industrial, Spacer, and Ultratech options.
Save Our Ship 2 (Kentington): With this mod, launching a spaceship doesn't end the game. This looks very cool. The mod author admits, though, that the changes really push the game engine to the limit with space battles and multiple worlds.
Alpha Ships (Sarg Bjornson): Adds some new ship types to SOS2. Mostly, I downloaded this one because I'm a fan of the author's other mods and was planning on trying out SOS2 anyway.
SRTS Landing Zone for SOS2 (MrGlasses): This is a workaround to allow SRTS craft to land on ships built with SOS2.
Roads of the Rim (Continued) (Mlie): Roads on the world map can greatly speed caravan travel, but they don't always go where you want to go. This mod uses some interesting tricks to allow you to create them.
Sparkling Worlds (Albion): This mod adds some overpowered glittertech. Personally, by the time you get here from a Tribal Start scenario, I think you should be pretty god-like in ability. Having said that, this mod also adds some entertaining new events and a new corporate faction.
Research Pal - Forked (VinaLx): Reorganizes and enhances the research tree. Probably a necessity for a heavily modded game. The mod description indicates this is actually the third iteration of a mod originally created by Fluffy.
Tech Advancing (GHXX): The goal of this mod is to scale research cost based on your overall level of technology, and advance that level when you've researched enough. I like the fact that it encourages you to explore more of the technology tree rather than just rushing batteries and solar power. I have yet to play through a full game research a full tree, though, so I'm happy to hear from others who have done so! Be warned that having a lot of mods that add research projects will slow your advancement, as the rules are percentage-based.
Category 17: Graphics
Graphics mods can be some of the easiest changes to add...and also the easiest to overwrite based on load order.
Vanilla Textures Expanded (Oskar Potocki): This mod is very simple. It just replaces many of the base game graphics with crisper versions. There are some slight changes in style (gold and silver bars instead of nugget piles), but the new versions are easily recognizable in relation to the old ones.
Vanilla Textures Expanded - Variations (Sarg Bjornson): Adds alternative textures for many base game items that you can select with a right-click on the object. Very useful for keeping your colonies from all looking the same.
Animal Variety Coats (cucumpear): The mod author adds some randomization to the appearance of base game animals. This, combined with the animal packs from Category 6, can make sure your maps are always populated with a unique combination of animal pawns.
Better Vanilla Masking (Owlchemist): Small fix to the texture masking of the butcher and stonecutting tables in the core game.
Various Mod Retextures (jeonggihun): This mod author has a variety of retexture packs for mods. I use the ones he provides for Doors Expanded, Expanded Prosthetics and Organ Engineering, QualityBuilder, Misc. Robots++, and SRTS Expanded. He has several others, so check them out if you like his work.
High Quality Textures (AUTOMATIC): This mod doesn't change textures. It alters the method by which the game selects and renders textures, which can improve how they appear on the screen.
More Sculpture ([KOR]Bichang): Adds a pack of additional alternate sculpture textures for the core game sculptures, which in turn adds some nice variety to what are supposed to be unique works of art.
Simple FX: Smoke (Owlchemist): Adds smoke/vapor particles to various buildings like campfires. Very nicely done.
Category 18: Mod Administration Mods
These mods are intended to help you use mods.
Cherry Picker (dev) (Owlchemist): This mod is a simple way to remove individual aspects of other mods. For example, I use it to remove the VFE Farming mod's sprinkler. It uses a pretty brute-force method, however, so be careful how you use it as it can break things. The mod author goes into some detail in the mod description regarding how it functions and the issues it can cause.
ShowModDesignators (erdelf): Adds tags to many places where modded items are referenced to show which mod added them. This is extremely useful when you're running a lot of mods.
RocketMan (AmusedSaucer): This performance mod changes a lot of little things about the way the game functions -- the author goes into great detail in his description. Note that this mod explicitly doesn't work with the Multiplayer (zethrith) mod.
RimPy Mod Manager (Paladin): This isn't a mod but an external tool used to manage mods. I used to use Mod Manager (Fluffy), but RimPy has features that are quite useful if you use a lot of mods and is quite good at catching conflicts and dependencies.
Bonus Category: Miscellaneous
Some mods don't lend themselves to easy categorization.
Metal Don't Burn (UNOFFICIAL 1.3 VERSION) (Chris_): A 1.3 update of the original mod by NECEROS. Reduces the flammability of metals and makes steel more durable.
Need Bar Overflow (AmCh): Allows pawns to capture overflow of the needs bar, so they don't lose extra nutrition if they're close to full, for example. Configurable, so you can pick which needs are affected and by how much.
P-Music (Peppsen): Adds 39 new tracks to the game background music. I cannot express how amazed I am at how well these tracks fit the mood of the game. Highly recommended.
Prisoners Don't Have Keys (Mlie): Allows you to prevent prisoners from opening doors, or to just allow them to open their cell doors. They have to break them down.
ProxyHeat (LoggerC4): One quirk of the base game is that heat sources have to be enclosed to be used by pawns for warmth. This changes it so that fires, geothermal vents, sun lamps, etc., have limited zones of heat around them even if they are outdoors. Your pawns will no longer run away from a roaring fire in order to get into a 30-degree room.
Stack XXL (Indeed): There are a lot of mods that increase stack size. I like this one because you can pick your multiplier on install. I just chose to double them.
Stackable Chunks (zhrocks11): It seems odd to me that a pawn can carry multiple chunks, but only one will fit in a map square. You can configure how many can fit -- I use 10 because organizing rock chunks isn't fun even for somebody like me who likes to organize.
Filth Vanishes with Rain and Time (FrozenSnowFox): Blood and debris vanish with time and weather, which both cleans up the map and keeps pawns from wasting time washing the blood off your roads.
This concludes my full mini-review of all the mods I'm using today. Hopefully, some of you will find it useful. One conclusion I came to as I was doing this is that you probably want to review your full mod list from time to time if you like to tweak things, as I discovered a few things I was still running that I had meant to remove!
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2021.12.08 15:02 depressodespresso Just withdrew from my ED school a week before results come back

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