10 Overpowered Tips in Don't Starve Together (Dont Starve Guide)


10 Overpowered Tips in Don’t Starve Together. In this Dont Starve tips video, I tell you 10 overpowered tips to help survive indefinitely. I also explain the tips, like a Dont Starve guide, Dont Starve tutorial or Dont Starve walkthrough.

Tip number 1:
always wear a football helmet, with a decent percentage on it. Anytime I’m not using my eyebrella, I’m wearing a football helmet, because it will save me from surprise attacks. Football helmets soak 80% of damage for 315hp worth of damage, meaning if a monster hits you that you don’t see, you aren’t losing a huge chunk of health. For example, say it’s my first time playing through the game, and I encounter Deerclops for the first time, in the middle of the night, he attacks me before I even see him, and deals 75 points of damage. Wow, now, if you’re Maxwell, you’re already dead, and most other characters are on half hp, even if they were at full hp before. Now let’s redo that with a football helmet, instead you get hit for 15hp, our buddy Maxwell is still alive, and most characters are only 10% hp down. It just generally makes everything way safer, for the cost of one pig skin and rope! Which is so easy to get. And I also need to mention, even if you never get hit, it provides 20% rain resistance… so there’s no real reason not to.

Tip number 2:
always carry a good weapon, my go to’s are the dark sword, tentacle spike, and hambat. No matter where you go in Don’t Starve, there will be monsters that are way stronger than you, so you need to tech up so you can annihilate them. This isn’t only for protecting yourself either, you need to use weapons to gather resources, such as meat.

Tip number 3:
Use proper food sources, and no, improved farms and rabbit traps are not proper food sources. What you should be using for food is: berries, bunnyman farms, cacti, and relocated spider dens. They’re just generally way quicker ways of getting your hunger up. I’ll be doing a full video on those next week, be sure to check it out.

Tip number 4:
Travel during the night. For whatever reason, many players think it’s smart to wait by a fire during the night, unless it’s winter and you’re doing so to warm up, stop doing that. Instead, use a torch or lantern to continue gathering resources throughout the night.

Number 5 is actually chunk gathering resources, you’ll gather more resources faster, if you focus on one type of resources at once. For instance, say you need to make a crockpot and a prestihatitator, so you go gather 6 twigs, 6 charcoal, 9 stones, 16 logs, 4 rabbits, 6 silk. Rather than gathering that, go gather enough resources for 6 crockpots, and do a separate trip for the prestihatitator, because you will want 6 crockpots later anyways, and because you can’t carry everything you would need for both, without giving up tools.

Tip number 6: Have enemies fight among themselves. Some enemies are super aggressive, such as hounds, beefalo in heat, frogs, deerclops, bearger, and a few more. These mobs will kill other mobs for you, giving you free resources.

Tip number 7: Use magic. Magic has some of the strongest end game items, and most people don’t even realize it. Two of my favorites are the dark sword, the strongest weapon in the game, and the life giving amulet, which allows you to respawn anywhere. And those are just two items, if you want to learn more about how OP magic is, hit the link at the top right of your screen.

Tip number 8:
Is super important, learn to kite. Kiting allows you to avoid 95% of enemy’s attacks. Meaning you can fight them without taking any damage. This allows you to leverage your health better, and can save you in a pinch.

To deal with overheating in the summer is easy, just live underground. The ambient temperature underground is lower in DST than the surface temperature. Watch out though, in regular don’t starve this tip does not work, as temperature works differently in each game.

Don’t Starve is a game about uncompromising survival, you play as one of eleven characters in Don’t Starve Together and Reign of Giants, these are; Wilson, Willow, Wolfgang, Wendy, WX-78, Wickerbottom, Woodie, Wes, Maxwell, Wigfrid, or Webber.
Using one of these characters you enter a hostile world, filled with oddities, talking pigs, giant spiders, tree monsters (Tree guards), the deerclops, giant geese, or moose depending on how you look at it, and much more! Follow the guide, Edgy Rick, and he will make sure that you stand out on top, and most importantly, that you Don’t Starve.

Music Used:
Nanachi in the Dark
Tour the Abyss
Beni Kuchi Nawa

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  1. 1:32
    lol. For the meatballs; I understand he means under-equipped at first and sufficiently equipped in the second. I just found it funny.

  2. I feel that farm plots are a bit more useful than you say but this video was made before Wurt and I really like the dragon fruit pie. What I do is make about 3 farm plots and try to get dragon fruit on the side so every now and then a dragonfruit pie is made without a huge time commitment. Of course this doesn't work in winter and I use berry bushes more but since food on farm plots don't spoil it can stay there until I return to base.

  3. I don't use farm as a food source but more like a sanity and healing food maker such as potato and Dragon fruits


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