Screenshot Pilgrim

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  1. @Master_Arne That's cool. How did it go in Bleak Inlet? Did you take a stealth approach or shoot your way through? Anyway, nice library. Here's a sort of badge for your effort:
  2. Nice work, @Master_Arne. That looks like all the skill books at the Quonset Garage, as well as a huge cache of archery supplies. 😀🎯 Feel free to share any other stats from your adventure. I'd be curious to know how many days it took you, and the difficulty settings you were using.
  3. I disagree that it’s an unfortunate shift, because I object to the word ‘discriminate’ being used to describe perceived unfairness on Hinterland’s part for their decisions. And to suggestions that they’re punishing anyone by not giving them something they (individual players) want.
  4. I disagree. To make something that customers will want to buy, yes. To "keep happy" those who have already bought the product, is a generous choice but not a requirement. Custom Settings was a free bonus. If they never released it, would that be discrimination against those who have it on their personal wish list? Sure, because the makers of things always discriminate, or in other words, they make decisions about how to develop their property.
  5. Let’s keep in mind, The Long Dark is Hinterland’s intellectual property. To assign them petty motives because what they do doesn’t align with one’s wishes is unfair. As for feats, I think it makes sense to leave them as they are. Being given access to Custom Settings itself is a (free) bonus much greater than feat badges imo.
  6. “Don't ask for guarantees. And don't look to be saved in any one thing, person, machine, or library. Do your own bit of saving, and if you drown, at least die knowing you were heading for shore.” ― Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451 "The money was a mystery. It took us a whole year to make what is now pocket change, but.. we didn't care. We had the passion." --Former Formula 1 Grand Prix driver - Dan Gurney
  7. Not yet. I have set up a rock cairn for ammo making supplies at the rope climb to the lower Ravine, in case that becomes necessary. I don't anticipate having to restock ammo though. I've already an ammo reserve going at the Farmhouse. Still, Bleak Inlet is a place where it's easy to use up a lot of rounds if a player wants to, or gets impatient with sneaking around. Anyway, Pensive Pond is on the route, so will likely keep using that for food as well. When I'm done with ML, I'm thinking of alternating between HRV and Bleak Inlet for a while. Maybe include TM in the rotation as well.
  8. I’m not sure. I’ve only noticed it for the mountain and cabin book covers so far.
  9. I’m not sure. I’ve only noticed it for the mountain and cabin book covers so far.
  10. Who says waiting around for water to boil is boring? Not on a fine evening like this..
  11. I still need five more trips to the Dam and back to be finished with Mystery Lake region, but all the mountain books are returned. The covers on those open books are mountain covers. I've noticed those, or the cabin cover on open books.
  12. I've avoided killing or being mauled by bears so far. There's no need for the meat or pelts at this point in the task. Had this one agitated on a few occasions, but always got away from it in time.