Post by Hunting Superior Flint on Jan 1, 2018 19:48:30 GMT -8
B R U S H L A N D S
No Man's Land between the Lubrusca Pack territory and the muddy pine terrain. The soil here is rather muddy, some parts more so than others, and the brush here is hard and thick. There are a few areas of trees here, but it's mostly open with thick brush to hide in. Prey is pretty scarce, but you can find hares, frogs, rats, mice, thrushes and other small birds, and sometimes you may pass by a deer or a passel of hogs if you are lucky. Bears are also occasionally present here too, but usually just passing though.
H U N T I N G
G U I D E
Hard to catch
S M A L L G A M E
Snakes/Lizards (venomous/nonvenomous) - Game birds - Hare - Rats & Mice - Squirrels
When it comes to small game, the player can choose whether or not their wolf makes the kill. Please keep in mind that a wolf does not make a successful kill every time, usually a best two out of three. Also, please note the territory you are hunting in and the prey listed. Please do not roleplay otherwise. Please give adequate details and length for lone small game hunts.
L A R G E G A M E
Whitetail Deer - Hogs
When it comes to larger game, a minimum of two wolves (three for hogs) are required to start a hunt. A Random Number Generator will be used by an admin to declare if the hunt was a success or not. Please PM an admin with the hunting details so they can respond in turn. Large game hunts cannot be finished in less than 4 posts.
C O M P E T I T I O N
Brown & Black Bears - Coyotes - Gray Foxes
The presence of other predators during large game hunts will show up at random intervals by the use of a RNG by an admin, unless requested otherwise in PM. Fatalities from said events are only acceptable if the player of the victim allows it.