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Originally posted by Minnakht:

Tilt the line to an angle so that the right end is ‘higher’ than the left end, then wait until the sun comes back. Then get the line back to horizontal so that it stays there.

[Bloody hell, guys, at least try to do ‘productive’ things.]

Do I still have a green pixel? Probably not.

Take two white pixels and remove half their redness and half their blueness, putting them in two black pixels. That should make two bright green pixels, a red one and a blue one.
Plant the two green pixels in the ground and water them with blue pixels (make a few more), then fast-forward a bit until the trees grow.
Plant the red pixel too until it grows into strawberry shrub.

Tilting occurs on a big scale. Eventually, you get back on your hypothetical feet. The yellow orb is back in it’s previous location, and your pixel stores are safe. Okay, let’s do some of that growing stuff…

New Feature: Growing
The ability to grow stuff from pixels is a hobby undertaken by about fifty percent of the population. Only a few master it, though; the rest are rendered as mere amateurs, growing only the most basic of things.

After much random annoyance and unspecified activities, you succeed in doing the above growing activities. Except what you grow is a green pixel supply box and a red pixel supply box. Also, more grey-represented nothing, returning the Corruption meter to Insignificant.

New Feature: Coloured Supply Boxes
A supply box provides an apparently infinite supply of pixels of a single given colour. Additionally, they automatically fix themselves into a given location unless their owner moves them around, meaning they won’t fall off the screen if the world decides to tilt itself sideways, which is helpful.

Originally posted by hamuka:

Take a pixel and throw it away from the line.

You cannot touch the horizon line. How many times must you repeat this to yourself? Daaaaaamn.

Originally posted by Shadowhopeful:

Add y=tan(x) where the x axis is the line, and each pixel counts for 1 unit.

Originally posted by Kidudeman:

Make it a negative image/world/pixels.

Originally posted by Blood_Shadow:
Originally posted by Shadowhopeful:

Add y=tan(x) where the x axis is the line, and each pixel counts for 1 unit.

Plot the Weierstrass function, using the line as the x-axis.

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So yeah, there’s no way any of that stuff is happening. You can’t just “invert colours” or “plot ridiculously complex functions for no reason”. That’s like… just too weird. Or whatever.

 
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turn the time to night.

Failing that, make the horizon line curve upwards.

 
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Break apart the yellow orb in search of a Zoom Module.

Neatly group the yellow and grow them into yellow supply boxes.

Mix Yellow and Red to make orange and grow an orange supply box.

 
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Get a blue supply box by dumping white pixels’ blueness in the black ones and planting them. The white pixels will turn yellow again – maybe fix the sun up a bit, it’s got a task coming.

Bank the world to the port side to make the sun roll over the grey mess again.

 
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If the whole world was filled with corruption, it would supposedly corrupt. However, once the whole world is corrupt, corrupt becomes the standard and it is not in fact corrupt. Therefore, the world cannot corrupt, and there is no corruption. Hope logic makes corruption disappear.

Attempt to ingest a green pixel. [By fusing it with yourself.]

Originally posted by Minnakht:
Originally posted by Kidudeman:

Make it a negative image/world/pixels.

you fool

Can we veto actions? Please tell me we can veto actions…

Whats the worst that could happen?

 
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Whats the worst that could happen?

Well, something similar to you being encased in rock before it all breaking to space like a balloon due to the atmosphere and lithosphere switching places.

 
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I was thinking about taking a pixel from the pile of black pixels.

Also,

EBRBRBRBRBRBRBRBRBRBR
OH HYPOTHETICAL DEIFIC BEING WHY IS THIS HAPPENING
YOUR PIXELS NOOOOOOOO

LOL

 
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Attempt to "make" corruption.

Get a black pixel from the pile, and take half of the green/blue/red out. See if it works.

 
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Originally posted by Minnakht:

Whats the worst that could happen?

Well, something similar to you being encased in rock before it all breaking to space like a balloon due to the atmosphere and lithosphere switching places.

Naw.

 
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Originally posted by blakzer:

turn the time to night.

Failing that, make the horizon line curve upwards.

Well, the second thing happens. The yellow orb is going now… theeere it gooooes, over the corruption that isn’t being affected due to not all being near the horizon…

Originally posted by FelineForumer:

Break apart the yellow orb in search of a Zoom Module.

Neatly group the yellow and grow them into yellow supply boxes.

Mix Yellow and Red to make orange and grow an orange supply box.

The yellow orb is nearly gone. However, exploiting your undefined speed, you manage to capture exactly none of it from the INACCESSIBLE HORIZON LINE AREA; shortly thereafter, it vanishes off the screen, and the Corruption Meter rises from Insignificant to Untroubling.

Important Note: THE HORIZON LINE AND ANYTHING RESTING UPON SAID HORIZON LINE IS INACCESSIBLE AT THE MOMENT. There was an opportunity for you to break free of this inaccessibility in an earlier panel, but you no longer have the opportunity for the moment.

Originally posted by Minnakht:

Get a blue supply box by dumping white pixels’ blueness in the black ones and planting them. The white pixels will turn yellow again – maybe fix the sun up a bit, it’s got a task coming.

Bank the world to the port side to make the sun roll over the grey mess again.

…you don’t think the yellow orb is coming back. Not with this level of curvature. In any case, you generate slightly more corruption in order to create some blue pixels, which you then plant into order to obtain a blue pixel supply box, and a few yellow pixels.

Originally posted by Kidudeman:

If the whole world was filled with corruption, it would supposedly corrupt. However, once the whole world is corrupt, corrupt becomes the standard and it is not in fact corrupt. Therefore, the world cannot corrupt, and there is no corruption. Hope logic makes corruption disappear.

Attempt to ingest a green pixel. [By fusing it with yourself.]

Faulty logic does not make corruption disappear. However, given your plentiful supply of green pixels, you could attempt to ingest a green pixel… aside from the small issue of the pixel being the same size as you, which makes consuming it all but impossible.

Originally posted by hamuka:

I was thinking about taking a pixel from the pile of black pixels.

Originally posted by GottaAskTheMan:

Attempt to “make” corruption.

Get a black pixel from the pile, and take half of the green/blue/red out. See if it works.

Well, you’ve got yourself a black pixel from the pile. There’s no colour to take out of it, though. Hmm.

 
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Merge some red pixels with the black pixels.

 
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Plant some red pixels extending from below the horizon downwards, next plant another line to the right using 1/2 Red and 1/2 Green, than use full green for the next row. Right of the green line shall be planted 1/2 green and 1/2 blue, after that line shall be full blue. Last line after full blue should be 1/2 blue and 1/2 red.

 
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You remove half the colour from one black pixel,

[Hey. Boss. The problem is, black is 0/0/0 and white is 255/255/255 – black is no colour and white is all the colour. There is nothing in black to take away, there is only everything to be added.]

Anyway, let’s experiment on the grey ones. Take a bunch of the black pixels and build an one-pixel-wide wall to the left of the piles but to the right of the mess area.
Then push the one-pixel-wide layer of white pixels which is to the right of the new wall, and push until half of the colour spills into the black wall.

Getting a 2 pixel wide wall of 127/127/127. Grey. Which stretches all the way to the horizon!

 
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Uh-oh.

Curve the horizon line downwards instead.

And guys, we could’ve simply walked through that hole in the horizon line earlier and would’ve found a zoom module, too.

 
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Take a few black pixels, and form the words:

@echo off
echo hello

 
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Try to discover the color of the land and the sky, if any.

 
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Draw a Smiley face with the line as a mouth.

 
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E=MC2

btw this is where the cookie is hidden

 
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Originally posted by Minnakht:

You remove half the colour from one black pixel,

[Hey. Boss. The problem is, black is 0/0/0 and white is 255/255/255 – black is no colour and white is all the colour. There is nothing in black to take away, there is only everything to be added.]

[Oh sh!t you’re right. Gotta go fix that…]

 
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Originally posted by blakzer:

Merge some red pixels with the black pixels.

…doesn’t look like you can merge pixels together. Only transfer colour between them.

Originally posted by FelineForumer:

Plant some red pixels extending from below the horizon downwards, next plant another line to the right using 1/2 Red and 1/2 Green, than use full green for the next row. Right of the green line shall be planted 1/2 green and 1/2 blue, after that line shall be full blue. Last line after full blue should be 1/2 blue and 1/2 red.

You do so.
…this has been a summary exercise in creating vines of colour. And probably useless for the moment.

Originally posted by Minnakht:

Anyway, let’s experiment on the grey ones. Take a bunch of the black pixels and build an one-pixel-wide wall to the left of the piles but to the right of the mess area.
Then push the one-pixel-wide layer of white pixels which is to the right of the new wall, and push until half of the colour spills into the black wall.

Getting a 2 pixel wide wall of 127/127/127. Grey.

…okay. You start with the black wall of pixels. Then you push colour into those from the white pixels to the right, and end up with one line of nothing, and… another line of something that is apparently indistinguishable from nothing. Hmm…

WOAH. They just annihilated, apparently. Odd… you’ll pursue it later.

Originally posted by hamuka:

Uh-oh.

Curve the horizon line downwards instead.

The line curves downwards. Also, the Corruption Meter rises from Untroubling to Minor. This could be an issue as of now.

Originally posted by Kidudeman:

Take a few black pixels, and form the words:

@echo off
echo hello

You seem to not have nearly enough black pixels for that. Too bad.

Originally posted by thijs956:

Try to discover the color of the land and the sky, if any.

Well, after careful observation, you can deduce that, in fact, the land is white. The sky is also white. You already figured out how clear pixels could be moved across and stuff; you can’t change that now.

Originally posted by Shadowhopeful:

Draw a Smiley face with the line as a mouth.

The line is in the wrong orientation to draw a smiley face. You instead draw a sad face- oh, there’s the yellow orb from before.

Originally posted by thedude0:

E=MC2

Uh. No. You aren’t stupid enough to nuke yourself, even if you have no knowledge of what a nuke may or may not be.

 
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I’ll find out of that wall can stop the gray plague with its own gray soon enough.

Before that…

Take red, green, and blue pixels from the supply boxen, then group them up in threes – one of each colour.
Then transfer the redness and blueness to the green pixel in each group, getting threes consisting of one white and two black.

Use the black to write x2 in 8 point Futura font.

 
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See if you can manipulate the gray corruption pixels. Then look behind you.

 
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Originally posted by Minnakht:

I’ll find out of that wall can stop the gray plague with its own gray soon enough.

Before that…

Take red, green, and blue pixels from the supply boxen, then group them up in threes – one of each colour.
Then transfer the redness and blueness to the green pixel in each group, getting threes consisting of one white and two black.

Use the black to write x2 in 8 point Futura font.

No. No, no. You can’t force the magnification level to change like that. You are making something out of matter; the thing in the top left is not material by your standards, so you can’t do anything to it. Regardless, it’s well out of your reach, so your efforts would be futile regardless.

Originally posted by blakzer:

See if you can manipulate the gray corruption pixels. Then look behind you.

…doesn’t look like you can manipulate it, no. Also, behind you where?

 
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Tilt the line in a way that the yellow orb will roll to the left and destroy the corruption, then tilt it back, go through the gap in the horizon and break down the orb for ZOOM what’s-its-face.

 
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Behind you as in turning 180 degrees around.

Remove the center of the yellow orb to turn it into a yellow doughnut. Place the removed pixels by the bottom-right hand corner.