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  1. 1) Why the game has made us go further south until now, while we should go north? 2) Why the island doesn't have any type of government structure? For example: City Hall, Police Station, Fire Station, Hospital, etc. 3) Shouldn't it be possible to communicate with the mainland through radio stations during the Auroras? 4) FM is one of the regions with the lowest human presence, however it has 3 radio towers, while other more populated regions have only 1, such as Milton, or even none, such as CH and DP. Why?
  2. Assumptions: 1) Despite the old map being out of date, I believe we can use it as a reference to imagine what was on the creators' mind when they originally imagined the Great Bear Island and its regions. 2) According to the old map, Milton and PV are directly connected. So I don't think there is anny region between these two areas. 3) I think that going north in the road in Milton leads to Perseverance Mills. 3) The Prision Bus was going south on the Milton-PV road, but according to the old map the road end in the middle of nowhere. So I agree with @ThePancakeLady that there will be probably be a region in that area among CH-DP-PV-TWM. 4) I think that the Prision Bus came from Perseverance Mills and the Blackrock Penitentiary will be in the area among CH-DP-PV-TWM or on the mainland. Questions: 1) Isn't it strange that the game has made us go further south until now, while we should go north? 2) Isn't it strange that the island has a bank branch, a post office, gas stations and even a hydroelectric plant, but it doesn't have any type of government structure? For example: City Hall, Police Station, Fire Station, Hospital, etc. 3) Shouldn't it be possible to communicate with the mainland through radio stations during the Auroras? 4) FM is one of the regions with the lowest human presence, however it has 3 radio towers, while other more populated regions have only 1, such as Milton, or even none, such as CH and DP. Why?
  3. I was thinking, will CH be changed for the next episode (4 or 5?) like PV was changed to episode 3?
  4. Hello Raph, Firstly I want to congratulate the team for the great work and say that I really love this game and can't wait to play Episode 3. My questions are: 1) Will We have 4DON this year? I ask this because of the release date of Episode 3. 2) I know the revolver wasn't made for that purpose, but is it "possible" to kill or make a bear bleed with the revolver? I would like to know before risking my life vainly.
  5. I started a Voyageur in DP. Summary of the first fifty days: Kills: 4 Wolves, 2 Bears, 1 Deer and 9 Rabbits. Now I'm going to CH.
  6. Here are some pics of when I reached the region on the other side of the collapsed tunnel. I did it by climbing that hillside above the cave in that "region" between the picnic area and the path to Mystery Lake. Note: It was about one year ago, before the REDUX. I tried to do it after the REDUX and I couldn't, I believe that it's not possible anymore.
  7. It was said in the last Dev Diary that Episode Three was reduced from three to only one region. Could you tell us what are the other two regions in wich Episode Three would happen before the change? Just for curiosity 😁 It was also said that Pleasant Valley is being updated for Episode Three. Will this region update be available for Survival Mode before Episode Three?
  8. I was in Coastal Highway, in that fishing hut near fishing camp, waiting for an aurora when I saw something that caught my eye. I've seen a set of stars that I know very well since I was a child because it's one of the most famous constellations in Southern Hemisphere, the Crux (aka Southern Cross). Image 1 shows what I saw in the game and image 2 shows the Southern Cross in the sky. My question is: Is it really the Crux constellation what I saw in the game or just a huge coincidence?
  9. Beachcombing is a common practice among some players who collect items that appear on the shoreline of coastal regions. My questions are: 1° - These items have a reason to be there or were it just introduced to help players who have already exhausted all nonrenewable resources? 2° - If there is a story behind these items, where did it come from? Had it come from the mainland? Or from some plane that fell into the sea because of The Flare? Or even from the ships going south described by Barbara Quincy in the buffer memory BARBARA.doc at Quonset Garage? 3° - By the way, have these ships made it to the mainland?