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  1. Exactly, I figure a normal run, I'd want a Top 5 must haves and it's completely doable to survive. I love challenges outside of the normal Interloper outerloper runs. I still find the items are just too plentiful after awhile haha. The vegetarian one sounds interesting. Each time I do a custom run I make it more and more impossible. That's where the fun is (for me). If I am fully warm from the clothing, got lots of food, I'm like welll time to start a new one. Then I just find a nice cliff and byeeeeeeee.
  2. I like the Mountaineer Hut. My retirement spot is TWM and AC after I explored everywhere else. Got that nice little Cabin in AC on the lake.
  3. I haven't worked up the nerve to play interloper. I do a custom that is close to it. But I doubt it would be feasible to try. On the other ones though. I tried it last night and going well so far. I was able to get one thing on my wishlist. Now I am at Trappers killing rabbits for a hatlol.
  4. It's called a challenge and it's for fun? But yes, treat it seriously like it's not just a game. Besides you don't need to grab every little thing, when you can fully loot caves, fishing huts and ruined buildings. But seems as though you missed the point. Ah well.
  5. This applies to enclosed buildings that increase warmth as a cool little challenge and general curiosity. What would be your 5 must haves and why. I would want metal for arrowheads and knife/hatchet Magnifying glass for a way to light fires on clear days Crowbar. Weapon and open up lockers Cloth. For repairing and such A pot. Cuz a can doesn't cut it.
  6. This worked for me on a bear and a moose. Mind you I am in Pilgrim. At Miner's Folly I crouched coming out of the cabin since the bear wanders in. Had my rifle out and shot the bear in the neck. It ran around so I cooked up some of the deer I killed and water. Couple hours and dead bear not far from the cabin. As for the moose. Where the 3 ropes are to get up to the gold mine. I climbed the last one down and heard the moose. It fled away from me so I climbed onto a near by rock and crouched. Took 2 shots to get it.
  7. I actually had Astrid in Miner's Folly today. One shot a deer the first morning after noticing the bear wanders in between the buildings. It's on Passive wildlife so no big. It ran off when it saw me leave the cabin. The next morning, I crouched with rifle in hand and stepped out of the house. I didn't move away from the door, but the bear was wandering in. I let it get a little closer and shot it. Not enough for a one-shot instakill, but it took off running away from me. I had like 5 bullets, so I wasn't going to waste it. It eventually ran behind the cabin in the area where the deer are. I c
  8. Is the hotfix for all platforms. My game on the switch crashes in ash Canyon multiple times in the run of an hour but in no other region.
  9. The devs can keep doing what they are doing. I LOVE this game, and the fact it is still not finished just means each new update is a gift waiting to be unwrapped and explored. Kudos to the team on Ash Canyon. It might be my new favorite.
  10. I have not played Ep 3 yet, as I prefer Survival Mode, but for Timberwolves, I believe the best strat is to break their morale. Marine flares will work for a bit, lighting a fire is another. It will st least bide some time. Also since Timberwolves hunt in packs, they will try and circle you. Having something solid at your back is one less thing to worry about. When the wolf is aggro'd it will charge you, stay calm and aim for the head. The rest of the pack will eventually get the hint. Also panicking and swirling while unloading the revolver is wasteful. Game or real life you don't pan
  11. It's not a bad idea, but to use the energy to clean it, I would absolutely need to have nothing else to do but kill time. And while I do set up home bases, it's more for storage and sleeping. I think my favorite home base is the mountaineering hut in TWM. Minimalist and no load screen.
  12. Here's my reasoning for it. I was very new to survival games, and first player games. I was always more of an RPG/Pokemon streamer. So my Custom with Mackenzie was my intro into the game as I never finished story. I have never been to Coastal Highway. Desolation Point or Bleak Inlet. (In Bleak Inlet right now with Astrid). Coastal Highway and Desolation Point do not seem to be overly complicated maps and my Astrid custom is only easy so I can write the story to go along with it. With that being said, I feel the Mackenzie run did what it was meant to do, it helped me learn the game mec