Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

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Re: Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

Postby deerman30 » November 30th, 2016, 12:35 am

How to do the "gg" emote with an animal in multiplayer:
1) press m2
2) hold the spacebar
3) look into your animal's heart area (unless it's a bird)
4) press m1
5) type gg into the chat
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Re: Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

Postby kahuamp » December 14th, 2016, 10:01 am

50meters distance on your HM is the distance between the point inside the arrow (showing your location) and the tip of the arrow(which shows the direction you are facing)
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Re: Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

Postby Margarita888 » December 14th, 2016, 6:26 pm

If you hear a hog or bear attacking you, but you can't see them, shooting in the air can be a life saver, as more often than not, they will flee.
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Re: Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

Postby AngryBadger » December 15th, 2016, 1:39 am

My tip would be for people who are just starting and they hunt a bison....Make sure you shoot them properly, tracking wounded bison is not fun.
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Re: Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

Postby Wolftracker » December 17th, 2016, 12:52 pm

My tip is Always make sure you load up your wepons by holding it in your hands Before taking the first step outside of camp. You don't want to find your weapon empty while you are charged by a grixxly bear!

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Re: Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

Postby RogerYar » December 17th, 2016, 5:49 pm

Wolftracker wrote:My tip is Always make sure you load up your wepons by holding it in your hands Before taking the first step outside of camp. You don't want to find your weapon empty while you are charged by a grixxly bear!

Just turn "Auto reload" - On in the game client (Options-Gameplay) :D
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Re: Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

Postby kahuamp » December 18th, 2016, 1:48 am

Just turn "Auto reload" - On in the game client (Options-Gameplay) :D[/quote]

I cannot find this option......


Never mind I found it
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Re: Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

Postby Deconstructed » December 18th, 2016, 1:58 am

RogerYar wrote:
Wolftracker wrote:My tip is Always make sure you load up your wepons by holding it in your hands Before taking the first step outside of camp. You don't want to find your weapon empty while you are charged by a grixxly bear!

Just turn "Auto reload" - On in the game client (Options-Gameplay) :D


Reload doesn't help if they were never loaded to start with.
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Re: Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

Postby Tanngnjostr » December 18th, 2016, 5:15 am

Deconstructed wrote:
RogerYar wrote:
Wolftracker wrote:My tip is Always make sure you load up your wepons by holding it in your hands Before taking the first step outside of camp. You don't want to find your weapon empty while you are charged by a grixxly bear!

Just turn "Auto reload" - On in the game client (Options-Gameplay) :D


Reload doesn't help if they were never loaded to start with.

I think if you got auto-reload on and equip a weapon for the first time, it'll load it automatically. I'm not sure though, turned it off ages ago. It was a nuisance when using the Tenpoint or a muzzleloader. Once you're used to it, reloading manually feels much better imo.
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Re: Tip of the week [NOMINATE]

Postby RogerYar » December 18th, 2016, 6:01 am

Tanngnjostr wrote:
Deconstructed wrote:
RogerYar wrote:Just turn "Auto reload" - On in the game client (Options-Gameplay) :D


Reload doesn't help if they were never loaded to start with.

I think if you got auto-reload on and equip a weapon for the first time, it'll load it automatically. I'm not sure though, turned it off ages ago. It was a nuisance when using the Tenpoint or a muzzleloader. Once you're used to it, reloading manually feels much better imo.

Auto reload will not help if you forget to take the ammo. it's true

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