Most epic escape or fight with wildlife?


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What is your most wild and epic escape from, or fight with wildlife? 
 

My two stories.
 

1st. Not much to tell. I was running from a bear and leaped off a blind cliff down onto a ledge. I jumped from ledge to ledge until I ran out of ledges and had to jump the rest of the way. I got off mildly injured but survived.

2nd. I was in ep 3 story mode carrying one of the crash passengers back to the town hall. I had seen a bear behind me on the trail but it didn’t see me so I kept going. I was going very slow when I came around a corner to find three wolves. I dropped the person and pulled out my gun (probably revolver.) I dropped a flare next to the npc and fought off the wolves eventually killing one with a headshot. Right as the rest ran off a bear came up behind me. I pulled out the rifle a stood my ground until the bear was close enough and dropped it before it could charge. I took a break after this. Lol

I’m way to into this game. XD

 

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My most epic story Is, I was being chased by a pack of wolves on a river so I had to run farther downstream. Then I was trapped with my back to a water fall and no escape besides jumping off the waterfall. So I jumped off the water fall and escaped like in the movies.

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During 10 game days, I examined the ML in order to find the bunker. I was really hoping to find some ammo in it.  So near the lake I was looking for it and already far enough away from the houses on the lake. the night began to fall and snow began to fall. Falling snow usually means a Blizzard is coming, but I was too confident. I was hoping that now I would definitely find the bunker. However, I had to wander too long. Night came and the wind followed, and then a Blizzard. I had no choice but to feel my way and hope for a miracle.    I was very cold and very tired, but I kept walking. And in the end, when my health was running out. I found the entrance to the bunker. And you wouldn't believe it was a bunker with drovami. I was left without ammunition for a long time.

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20 hours ago, k0s0ff said:

During 10 game days, I examined the ML in order to find the bunker. I was really hoping to find some ammo in it.  So near the lake I was looking for it and already far enough away from the houses on the lake. the night began to fall and snow began to fall. Falling snow usually means a Blizzard is coming, but I was too confident. I was hoping that now I would definitely find the bunker. However, I had to wander too long. Night came and the wind followed, and then a Blizzard. I had no choice but to feel my way and hope for a miracle.    I was very cold and very tired, but I kept walking. And in the end, when my health was running out. I found the entrance to the bunker. And you wouldn't believe it was a bunker with drovami. I was left without ammunition for a long time.

Did you look in the air vent? There’s usually something decent in there, many times ammo....

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Wintermute Episode 2. I had changed my difficulty from Episode 1, so I had to start 2 fresh with no supplies and little in the way of clothing to protect me from the elements. I was heading from the Trapper's Cabin to the Camp Office, but slid down a steep hill on the way and sprained my ankle. No way I could make it to the Camp Office before dark now.

I made camp in the bones of an old shack in the deadfall area. Blizzard came up. I had no food. No rabbits around to hunt. Barely enough fuel to keep the fire going. Each time it started to die down, I'd venture out into the dark with my lantern, hoping to find some sticks and branches to feed it with. Stumbling along on my sprained ankle. Surprisingly few branches in the area that I could break down without a hatchet or tool of any kind, and hard to see them even with the lantern. Each time I'd struggle to find my base again in the blackness.

Hours passed this way. Each time I went out to find more fuel for the fire, I'd return to my base nearly hypothermic. Try to get an hour of sleep by the fire, then head back out for more fuel. I drank tea made from rose hips to stay warm, but it made little difference.

I was going to starve. Calories nearly at zero. Then during one fuel excursion, deep in the bowels of the night and the forest, snow whipping around me and chilling my bones, I heard a sound nearby. A low, menacing growl. The hairs stood up on the back of my neck. I set down my lantern and took out my rifle. Wouldn't have known which way to run even if my ankle was in better shape – too easy to get turned around in the forest at night, especially with a blizzard going. I heard the growl again, closer this time. I took aim down the sights of my rifle and turned slowly towards it, but all I could see was blackness. Then a noise to my right. Paws hitting snow, fast. I swung around just in time to see a pair of glowing green eyes lurching towards me. With barely enough time to think, I took a shot with my rifle just as the wolf entered the circle of light cast by my storm lantern. The beast fell to the snow. Lucky shot. With the last of my strength, my energy and body temperature plummeting rapidly, I carved some meat off its belly and stumbled back to my shack.

The meal of cooked wolf gave me just enough energy to stay alive, and as morning came I was able to finally get a couple hours of uninterrupted sleep and then make my way to the camp office. On my way, I passed the wolf's frozen corpse, and took a moment to silently thank it for finding me in the night. I left three stones to mark its passing. Half a second difference and it would have been eating my throat. Instead, it saved my life.

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On 12/3/2020 at 7:28 AM, TiffTastic said:

Did you look in the air vent? There’s usually something decent in there, many times ammo....

Она была пуста. Из бункера я вынес только Драву, горючее и связку спичек. В общем, это побудило меня сделать несколько стрел.

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My recent bear hunt went very bad very quickly when it tuned and charged me it stomped me nearly to death but I stood back up and took it down with my remaining arrows. I started with a bow, 5 arrows, and a loaded revolver with extra bullets.

 The attached clip is from after I was stopped on and I had just gotten back up. I survived and made camp but eventually died from injuries and environmental factors. Edited by Sus-wolf
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