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Share your Non-Typicals!

Postby Alena Rybik » January 29th, 2015, 5:23 am

Today we released Non-Typical antlers for Whitetail Deer. This is the thread for you to show off your non-typical trophy shots and screenshots.

To start this off, here's an amazing buck we came across on Rougarou Bayou when testing non-typicals.

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Re: Share your Non-Typicals!

Postby leafman1 » January 29th, 2015, 10:39 am

Nice pic Alena and thank you all for doing the work and implementing them in the game should be awesome to hunt and find one of those beasts looking at ya...way to go!!
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Re: Share your Non-Typicals!

Postby Mills » January 29th, 2015, 11:53 am

ronin65 wrote:
Something non-typical has been spotted in Rougarou Bayou


http://news.thehunter.com/status-update-115/

Only Rougarou Bayou non typical antlers of White Tail?


No. Any reserve the whitetail is on.
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Re: Share your Non-Typicals!

Postby Knut » January 29th, 2015, 12:49 pm

Alena Rybik wrote:To start this off, here's an amazing buck we came across on Rougarou Bayou when testing non-typicals.

That is indeed amazing! Looks much better than in the status update. (Although it has the one disease all TH trophies suffer from: not enough mass/volume in all beams -but that's minor)
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Re: Share your Non-Typicals!

Postby blendy » January 29th, 2015, 3:49 pm

My Englishman does not come to basic, to if that I use a translator/https://www.youtube.com/user/esploky/videos
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Re: Share your Non-Typicals!

Postby SPRK85 » January 29th, 2015, 4:05 pm

Can't wait to find one (just posting this so I don't have to search every time to check this post ;) ).
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Re: Share your Non-Typicals!

Postby jlferrell » January 29th, 2015, 4:56 pm

blendy wrote:This is typical, atypical or unusual?



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http://www.thehunter.com/#profile/blendy/score/339915701


This looks like some sort of bug, as though the Wt was spawned with no antlers yet is a male.
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Re: Share your Non-Typicals!

Postby Knut » January 29th, 2015, 5:02 pm

blendy wrote:This is typical, atypical or unusual?


Whatever it is, it's real cool. I hope it's a rare, whether typical or atypical.
In the German hunters' language, a Red stag without antlers is termed a "monk" - a rare but realistic possibility.
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Re: Share your Non-Typicals!

Postby killertut » January 29th, 2015, 5:11 pm

Knut wrote:
blendy wrote:This is typical, atypical or unusual?


Whatever it is, it's real cool. I hope it's a rare, whether typical or atypical.
In the German hunters' language, a Red stag without antlers is termed a "monk" - a rare but realistic possibility.


i will ask alena if this might be a bug or if it is a feature that was introduced with non typical whitetails.

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Re: Share your Non-Typicals!

Postby Alena Rybik » January 29th, 2015, 5:36 pm

The bold whitetail seems to some weird sort of a bug, we'll look into it tomorrow when everyone is back to work.

But I agree with you Knut, it a pretty cool buck :)

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