Added by on 2018-08-23

Checkout the full playlist: Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead is a roguelike set in a post-apocalyptic world. Surviving is difficult: you have been thrown, ill-equipped, into a landscape now riddled with monstrosities of which flesh eating zombies are neither the strangest nor the deadliest. Install C:DDA using the automated patcher/launcher: Photo Credit: “_RoScO_” — Want to see more? Make sure to Subscribe and Like! Facebook ► Twitter ► Streaming every Saturday! ► Buy Quill18 Stuff! ► Learn game programming! ► DISCLAIMER: You should assume that all games played on this channel are free preview/review copies. Email: Snail Mail: PO Box 2301, Station A Sudbury, Ontario, Canada P3A 4S8 New to the channel? I do Let’s Play videos — these are like walkthrough guides of gameplay with continuous English commentary trying to explain my decisions and what strategy I use. If you’re looking for hacks or cheats, you’re in the wrong place! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsMoving Ahead: Green Mobility for Healthy Cities – Part 3Indoor Gardening Expo 2013: New Secret Jardin Dark Room 2.5Transformers: Dark of the Moon7 Days To Die – Part 13 Roof Garden Started (Alpha 9.3)How to Farm 5,000 Dark Elixir in 5 Minutes!! Clash of Clans – DE Farming StrategyDark Souls II playthrough pt152 (WTF, Living Walls?!)

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  • Tomasz Przybył 6 months ago

    Even if making fertiliser from human excrements sounds like a good idea, it isn't. In some cases it can be toxic for plants.

  • OldMrFrodo 6 months ago

    Hi Quill,

    Excellent work so far!
    When looting grocery stores etc, rotten veges can be turned into seeds on the spot. (edit- if you have light)
    Look for a hoe. Till soil takes a half hour, a hoe does the job in seconds. You need highish fabrication to make it but they can be found in garden stores.
    Farming is still pretty basic, no need to weed, water or treat pests or disease. Just plant and later harvest, fertilizer is optional. Just keep zeds from trampling it! Survival skill impacts yield.
    Rotten fruit juice can be turned into vinegar or fruit wine, I don't like to waste stuff! (And rotten wine makes rotten fruit juice!)
    I'd move food away from the fire, the rate of rotting is temperature dependent and you warm it when you light the fire. You can have it about 5 tiles south and still be in craft range.
    It's the zombie scientists which drop CBM's, the random groups of bodies are really just for game flavour and of course loot + enemies. Of course the devs- which is everyone- could add CBM's to them at any time. But the already spawned bodies still won't have them even then.
    I keep all skill books as the game is constantly being developed. If they add a new recipe, it could be in any existing book so don't destroy them just because it's currently of no use! Also, if Danika dies, you might start a new character in that world to find her loot piles, but that is up to you.
    Check the hardware stores for shopping carts, they might not actually be carts at all. Wheelbarrows are a thing.

  • FonzeMaster 6 months ago

    Thought id point out that even if it was an option if its anything like real life using human waste on your plants would be bad. While male urine helps your character is a girl and too much estrogen kills plants. Poop is just as bad as it has toxins in which would need a biological container like a wooden barrel to leach them out. even then it would take about 3 years lol

  • AcePleiades 6 months ago

    Hey quill, have you turned own random NPC encounters? You don't need to reset the world to do that (in contrast to fixed NPCs)
    I think it would be interesting

  • Ryan Sais 6 months ago

    Laughing Man by the fire pit. 🙂

  • RogerWilco 6 months ago

    Why do you give up so easily when you want to board up the windows. This game rewards patience to read what is in front of you.

  • RogerWilco 6 months ago

    7:15 It's not just in the recent comments, but all the way back to about episode 3-4…
    You just haven't been reading the comments.

  • Robert Kellerman 6 months ago

    Quill you should definitely work on getting a concrete food supply system so you can stockpile up for winter, also it might be a good idea to keep a second stockpile of a few basic items in the event that the mansion base is compromised like maybe at the mineshaft or a spot out in the forest that you bury. As a good rule of thumb in a zombie apocalypse is to have a plan B. Keep up the good work!

  • Gynju 6 months ago

    Can't you use your hairpin as a lockpick?

  • Matthew Pike 6 months ago

    "We're gonna put a cut in here"
    Noooo! I want more of this! 🙂

  • Darwithe 6 months ago

    The scientists with bionics are Zombie Scientists, and since you pulped their corpses the chance of getting an intact CBM is really low. Shocker zombies also have CBMs but… yeah those are super dangerous if you don't know what you are doing.

    In the V menu for items there is a keybind listed for priority (+ and – keys) what these do is let you set up filters that move things to the bottom of the list or the top of the list , great for keeping an eye out for tools, IDs or anything made from Kevlar for instance, IIRC it is case sensitive so pay attention.

    Danika should keep in mind her Mother's warnings about too much Junk Food, it isn't healthy and since she isn't very self aware she might not notice anything is wrong until she struggles to get up in the mornings.

  • Anxiety Duck 6 months ago

    Of all the games you've turned me on to in the past couple years, I think this is by far my favorite. I still suck at it, mind you, but still love it.

  • Caleb Owens 6 months ago

    the map uses ^<>V to show where the front of a building is.

  • Jeapify 6 months ago

    Tiles can hold 1000L of stuff if you look at the advanced inventory screen. Weight and volume are listed under the number pad.

  • GundiMike 6 months ago

    Does Danika have a bow yet? Because bows are pretty handy, and it's not that hard to craft arrows. Besides using them to hunt (although you've probably got enough non-perishables to not have to worry about that for awhile) they're also pretty useful when raiding towns. The awl pike does seem really nice, if quite slow, but there are still enemies you'd probably want to fight from even farther away. (like things that explode, or electrocute you, or spray acid all over your armor) Bows obviously will never be able to match the raw power of a good firearm… but they're a whole lot quieter and more than capable of killing anything that moves… and doesn't have thick armor on.

  • Geoffrey Entwistle 6 months ago

    Hey Quill, loving this series! Just a bit of advice: regularly deconstruct things like lockers and shelves – they can hide entrances behind them… I found a literal sex dungeon by accident when I dismantled a bookshelf in the basement of the mansion in my game.
    Speaking of which: explore your basement! If your mansion is as similar to the one in my game as it looks, it should have some interesting things down there…

  • Nickierv 6 months ago

    As this is not explained anywhere ingame, fertilizer is optional and is a trade off. It will grow plants very fast at the cost of very low yield.
    Also a hoe should be faster for tilling soil.

    Spike pits and reinforced windows are not a bad idea.

    Just a heads up, you have bugs. Both the insect type and the computer type: the bugs don't have a sprite so are bugging out to random icons (the 'a' near the pool around 18:30)

    The ATM lets you consolidate cash cards.

  • Disea Bronx 6 months ago

    Quill has been living in the Wayne manor and hasn’t found a batcave? It might be worth looking…

  • William Mao 6 months ago

    You should jump into the pool. It'll train swimming!

  • Amarak Ekim 6 months ago

    Hey Quill, You should really board up the broken windows. That Plague Nymph has already payed you a house call, check at 18:33, you didn't even notice it. 🙂