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Can anyone tell me what to do with the meter for the Timberwolves  and how to escape them or get them to go away ? I have no clue I was stuck on the boat with 3 of them below waiting and watching me and I had no clue what to do lol.... also what are your opinions on the bear cloak and the bear skin bedroll? They are so heavy... are they worth it ? I try to carry minimal stuff but still seem to be at or around 77 pounds  ? 

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If you hurt them, the meter will go down. Eventually the pack will break. Just throwing rocks at them can be enough eventually, but shooting them will do more

The bear cloak is very worth it on Interloper. On all other difficulties you're better off with man made clothing. The bear bedroll may be worth it if you like to sleep in very exposed locations. Otherwise the back of a cave is usually fine with a normal bedroll.

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With bear stuff worth it both times.

 

As far as escaping the wolves just get on top of the scaffolding and get to the trailer. leave the trailer then leave immediately all the wolves will return to their spawn positions from where you can make it to the road. before they find you.

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On 5/20/2020 at 10:36 PM, RegentRelic said:

With bear stuff worth it both times.

It's far too heavy when you don't need it for temperature. Stalker isn't really that cold most of the time when you are fully equipped. An expeditionary parka is just as good for warmth and weighs a lot less. And even on Stalker you can get into back to back wolf fights when you're at full condition. So you don't really need the extra protection.If you want to save cloth on a very long game then the wolf skin coat works just as well.

Interloper however is very different. Those extra few degrees from the bear coat can just push you from three to two arrows down. Or from two to one.

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Be aware you can consider switching out to different clothing to fit your current objective. 

Climbing Timberwolf Mountain?:

Focus on light weight and wind protection, bring coffee to drink at camfires in order to both reduce fatigue and heat up! 

In Timberwolf Territory?:

Focus on clothes with protection or intimidation buffs. Bring a revolver, it's essential! 

Hunting?: 

Dress warm and use objects for wind cover and bring firewood to light as you harvest them. If you're a quick hunter and quartering m, then windproofness might suffice instead due to its light weight. 

Forlorn Muskeg?:

Waterproofness and wind protection. 

 

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