BACK INTO THE OCEAN – Subnautica (Survival #20)


After a long break, we’re heading back beneath the depths!

What is Subnautica?
“Descend into the depths of an alien underwater world filled with wonder and peril. Craft equipment, pilot submarines, terraform voxel terrain, and out-smart wildlife to explore lush coral reefs, volcanoes, cave systems, and more – All while trying to survive.”

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Date: July 6, 2020

4 thoughts on “BACK INTO THE OCEAN – Subnautica (Survival #20)

  1. Oh and I forgot to say in the last comment but my friend is playing that game too im probably gonna get it as well! We was playig inside and we couldnt figure out what to do and she told me "Madison go ask Matt or bring up the video" so I did and she just started laughing and said "he smart, we dumb, tell him hes awesome and thank you for the help" XD

  2. Im finally catching up with yours and the speical bars videos! Ive been having a lot of problems lately and with anxiety attacks and having my phone being taken away, im just gald im back to my happiness! I cried when they took my phone and wouldnt stop because it made everything worse without watching your videos

  3. @3:16 You also may have one of these phobias (which ones do you have?)
    Autophobia is a fear of being alone. (One of the aspects I most like about open water swimming is being alone, away from people and even from land).
    Bathophobia is a fear of depths or deep things, (for swimmers who dislike swimming over deep water).
    Cryophobia (or Frigophobia or Cheimatophobia) is a fear of cold, cold weather or cold things. Also known as Psychophobia. I think there’s a biological component to this, as most people unacclimatised to really cold water will have physical fear response in anticipation.
    Cnidophobia is a fear of stings. Surprisingly, there is no specific clinical phobia of jellyfish.
    Galeophobia or Selachophobia is a fear of sharks.
    Ichthyophobia is a fear of fish.
    Kymophobia or Cymophobia is a fear of waves.
    Limnophobia is a fear of lakes.
    Megalophobia is a fear of large things and Mycrophobia is a fear of small things. Both are prevalent in the sea.
    Myctophobia / Nyctophobia / Scotophobia / Achluophobia / Lygophobia: Fear of the dark or darkness. That’s a whole lot of fear right there.
    Ostraconophobia is a fear of shellfish.
    Thalassophobia is a fear of the sea.
    I embrace Megalohydrothalassophobia as a fear of the unknown and-or large objects underwater, a useful word for many people, but unlike the others not a medically recognised phobia or even a recognised word, yet. But I think the past few years on LoneSwimmer have helped its cause. (Full credit to https://loneswimmer.com/2012/02/10/open-water-swimming-fears-listed/ )

    @18:23 Let's put this in perspective. What would you do if a sheep started chasing you and it had a cupcake in its mouth? YOU WOULD RUN. That's what Ralph is doing…RUNNING..

  4. My god dude your so consistant with your posts like you deserve so many more subs, your dedication is unreal not to mention quality. keep going dont give up man.

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