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    All Hail

    Hail's a neat idea. Realistically speaking, hail tends to form in warm weather and would probably never happen in below 0C weather, but realism aside, the danger of it would be a lot of fun. Avalanches would be awesome.
  2. It's a really good movie. The wolves don't exactly behave realistically... but that's not really the point of the movie. A lot of people were kind of irked after it was released because the trailer made it look like "Liam Neeson punches wolves! Hell yeah!" when that's not what it was at all. It's not as good as The Grey, but a really TLD movie is Arctic with Mads Mikkelsen. Watch that if you haven't.
  3. The first time I took on a moose (lake at the hunting lodge), it went down with one shot. I've killed some more since then and I didn't realize how lucky that first time was
  4. They're pretty scary. They're huge and they're very similar to bears. I'm not any more scared of them than bears, though (maybe less since I think you can get closer without them reacting to you).
  5. Timberwolf Mountain for me, but only as an endgame location. The Mountaineer's Hut is far and away my favorite base in the game with the views, the nearby fishing hut, the cozyness (despite the hole in the roof), and the lack of a loading screen. The downside is that after you've looted the summit and all the cargo containers, the only places you're ever going to have a reason to be are the Mountaineer's Hut, the fishing hut, and the nearby bear/moose spawns, so there's not a whole lot to do. Mystery Lake is my second favorite region, and it has more points of interest that are more widely spread out, so I get bored less easily there. Also chose the Ravine because no wolves.
  6. It's a bit of a process, but pause the game, go into display settings, and from there you can turn off the HUD. Then unpause, take your screenshots, and go back into the menu and turn the HUD back on.
  7. I only find the wolf fur coat useful on Interloper. For warmth, you're better off with an expedition parka, and as for the "scaring off wolves" side of it, you're better off just shooting them in the face with the revolver.
  8. Yep, I've played games on Voyageur, Stalker, and Interloper and I've done most of the challenges and still no music. I still hear all the sound effects (like howling blizzards), just no music.
  9. I haven't heard ambient music in Survival mode for a long time, I think since the Redux update hit. Weirdly, the music does pop up during auroras, but that's the only time. I'd love to hear it again. Please help Hinterland.