Martin Prchal

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  1. This would be tough to implement. I like the idea though, it would be a nice place to come back too as you settle in. However, I like starting with nothing because it makes the start harder.
  2. @peteloud That's weird. I thought that level 5 cooking gets rid of all parasite risk.
  3. Does anyone know how many locations there are on the map? It tells me I am at 100% world explored but I know I am missing at least 4 locations.
  4. The lack of medical teas will not kill you first. Reishis you never have to use once you get cooking 5. Rose Hips are a luxury for sprains and broken ribs are avoidable. Birch Bark respawns. Old Man Beard could probably run out if you wolves attack you daily but that is also avoidable. Trust me, there are a LOT of these medical things on the map.
  5. Ok thanks, that's not area I find myself in very often, but I'll keep an eye out for it. Maybe I'll send a Pilgrim survivor over there. It's weird to me that there are places on the map where you can get stuck like this, it seems to me that the map is usually pretty well made.
  6. Can you tell me the exact location of this so I don't go wandering over there like an idiot.
  7. Hushed River Valley for sure. It is just so relaxing to stare at those lovely waterfalls for hours and hours. I also really like scampering on all of those hidden paths that lead thousands of feet up a cliff. Really feels like mountaineering here in the Colorado Rockies. I don't spend a lot of time in transition zones, but the Ravine also has that very wild feeling, so it's my favorite despite the heart attacks it gives me every time I cross that rickety bridge.
  8. I've found that if I stay in a zone for too long blizzards start appearing almost daily. That usually tells me to get out of that zone quick.
  9. Really? I guess I've never starved enough to see this happen. That's pretty cool.
  10. I agree with your 4th paragraph. The effects of starvation need to get progressively worse the longer you starve. I think something similar should also be implemented with fatigue. You rarely end up with the fatigue bar in the red for extended periods of time, but it would be cool if the character's vision got blurred and it would be hard to perform even basic tasks after lets say, 48 consecutive hours of starving or being fully fatigued. Another idea I just got off the top of my head is to have an affliction that is essentially the opposite of well fed. The amount of starvation could be calculated like cabin fever and once the risk gets too high, you can get a "malnourished" effect. Something like, "you have been starving for 48 of the last 72 hours, you are finding it hard to do physical labor". Carrying capacity could be reduced even further, fatigue would drain very fast, and you would become very susceptible to the cold. I'm basically just spitballing, but I think this would make consistently starving yourself day after day very punishing.
  11. I really try to keep my sleep schedule. I try to get indoors before dark and sleep/pass time until the sun is completely visible on the little clock to avoid the morning cold. This obviously leads to a lot of extra passing time. I like to think of days where I end up passing time more as "rest days", where the character gets to recover from pushing the last 3 or 4 days, even though my condition or fatigue does not need to be replenished. So my point is, the extra passing time does not really bother me most of the time.
  12. The bear cave is shown to be somewhere in the Skeg if you go into the map while in the cave. Anyway, I would really like to see the bear cave in Survival. Not saying I would ever go in there, but it would be interesting to wander past it and listen to the bear shuffle about.
  13. On Voyager it is surely worth it for me because it is really easy for me to keep it. I always carry 30 cattails in case I can't kill a deer in time, but I rarely have to cut into my supply. I haven't graduated to Loper yet, so I cannot put any thoughts into it from that perspective, but basically all streamers I watch keep the well fed buff, so it seems to me like it is worth it in most cases.
  14. So you are saying they are acting like longitude and latitude?