With Halloween fast approaching, parents of the Western world are once again preparing to send their children out into the night, armed with nothing more than a supermarket-bought costume and a plastic bag, to beg strangers for confectionery. Costumed children generally expect a free treat from the neighbourhood's houses, under the caveat that unobliging houses may be subject to a 'trick', which can range from toilet paper being strewn over the garden to eggs being thrown at the front door. While this may baffle the rest of the more responsible world, trick-or-treating is one of the few remaining celebrated Halloween traditions. This suggests that children must stand something to benefit from disguising themselves as vampires, ghosts, Piers Morgan, and the other general evils of the world. The appeal of free treats may sound like enough, while the use of costumes provides a useful alibi in the event of any inflicted property damage. However, humans are not the only animals to don disguises and mimic others; the natural world has imposters of its very own. By evolving a common warning colouring, other animals learn that the creatures displaying this pattern are unpleasant or toxic.
Trick-or-treating in Rust went about as well as you might expect
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Trick or treat!
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I'm almost glad there's no first-person knocking animation in Early Access survival crafting game Rust—if there were, I'd be sick of watching it by now and my virtual knuckles would be bloody and full of splinters. I've been knocking on player forts all night, dozens of them, in an attempt to go trick-or-treating for Halloween. It's not going well.