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  1. I just sprained my wrist WHILE harvesting a carcass. Which is new. The angle here is strange, though. EDIT: It just happened again!
  2. Lose fat with this simple weight loss trick! Doctors hate it! Try intestinal parasites today! But, to be serious, I've had some bad luck with the RNG too, such as failing repairs at a high % and have had the daylight run out seconds before I finished getting scrap metal from those shelves. (The second one is less of a RNG thing and more my poor timing, but oh, well.)
  3. This is especially taxing if they run off and die somewhere. I scour the map for hours and have lost my kills this way. The other day, I found the bear in the cave, assuming it had just walked all the way back while slowly bleeding to death. Ridiculous as I'd shot at it at the farm.
  4. I am getting something like that, too! Check it out: It's extremely hard to see, but there's smoke/steam coming from that pot with slight bubbling noises, too. The pot, itself, can't be picked up. And no, the stove isn't on, either.
  5. On the topic of the essence of a decoy, I believe it should be changed, but the way it is now look like it's merely broken or bugged. Perhaps we could only have the wolves approach it if we back away from the bait, otherwise they'll charge for the fight. There's little to no reason why a wolf would get that close to a human, especially one holding a weapon. Even if they are hungry, I'm sure even they have some sense about them. Before they acted like puppies, running gleefully towards their next meal. Now they almost seem like they were dropped on the head...
  6. Moose and bears are the tanks of the TLD world and will take quite a few shots to down correctly. Even what could have been perceived as direct hits can often register as a "graze" hit. Meaning, it will give you experience and hit your target, but will do little to no damage. Check for a blood splatter in the snow after every hit to make sure it had a direct landing.
  7. I shout "come get some!" at the wolves when they spot me. Perhaps I should be more careful because I swear they're getting better at sneaking up on me...
  8. I find that they sometimes limp if you graze them with arrows. I don't think it actually does any damage, but I've seen some stuck in that animation for quite some time.
  9. Definitely that Mountain Town during the aurora. I mean, after the wolves have left me alone. It was just me in this quiet town and the only sound were those lights and the winds. Knowing there wasn't another soul behind them gave me an experience I haven't felt with any other game. It was truly something else.
  10. Just a single food item? Kind of strange and lacking, if I must say....There should be more variety.
  11. And then there's me, just starting out a new game and have finally killed a bear with like 10 arrows sticking out of it. Not in it, just....floating outside it.
  12. I had one that followed me for quite a bit, but he never attacked me. I just let him go on his way. Some wolves are chill like that, I suppose.
  13. I'm glad to say all of these tips helped a lot! I'm able to play comfortably once again, thank you all!
  14. Sorry, once again wasn't notified of any replies, not sure how to fix that, either. Anyway, I shall try the "Dampen Camera Movements" that's been suggested.
  15. Hello, I've been playing this game for quite a while (over 500 hours) and very recently, I've been having a lot of trouble when it comes to motionsickness. Before, it wasn't so bad, I'd just have to avoid going indoors for too long, but now it's nauseating to do anything at all. I love this game to bits and I'd hate to stop playing because of something like this. Does anyone have any suggestions? I do try to take anti-nausea medicine before I play, but it simply isn't working anymore. I'd appreciate your help, thank you!