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How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 3:47 am
by LunarWolf94
Ok so i came across this topic about WQ becoming boring.I personally don't see it that way since i always use my imagination to make the game interesting again.So i was wondering what do you do to amuse yourself when you get the boring message in your head.
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P.S.Yes i know there is a guide on how to get your game more challenging but this is not it.This is to share your ways of playing WQ using your mind.Both S.Plyer and M.Player. :mrgreen:

If the topic is inappropriate lock it. :wink:

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 3:59 am
by -SilverDolphin
Well, I had the same problem at first. Slough Creek was finished and I didn't know what to do next. I played MP for a while but it bored me as well. And then I got an idea. I played Slough Creek and when it was time to go to summer home, I chose one pup that I would care for, others are simply gone (yes, it maybe cruel:) and pretended I want to change my den. The puppy and mate followed me and soon I reached another den. Here I fed pup and defended him. The only problem was an eagle but I can deal with it so it isn't actually a problem for me. I find it quite interesting.

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 4:04 am
by LunarWolf94
-SilverDolphin wrote:Well, I had the same problem at first. Slough Creek was finished and I didn't know what to do next. I played MP for a while but it bored me as well. And then I got an idea. I played Slough Creek and when it was time to go to summer home, I chose one pup that I would care for, others are simply gone (yes, it maybe cruel:) and pretended I want to change my den. The puppy and mate followed me and soon I reached another den. Here I fed pup and defended him. The only problem was an eagle but I can deal with it so it isn't actually a problem for me. I find it quite interesting.
Hm that's a pretty good idea.Haven't tried it but i might.I just use my voice so my wolf and mate can talk :lol: and than pretend i'm doing something or there is trouble.I literally RP by myself. 8)

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 4:08 am
by -SilverDolphin
Yes, I also like to rp by myself and create new plots not related with the original one.

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 8:14 pm
by Thowfeet
My imagination? Pretty small (Temporarily.). Only thing I do is just when a pup dies (don't do it anymore) I return to saved game.

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Thu Sep 02, 2010 12:22 pm
by Spirit900
Hm, Not very big for WQ.
I'd just roleplay on MP, and I've done almost everything you can think of on SP.
(I MEAN EVERYTHING)

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Thu Sep 23, 2010 11:30 am
by wolfie 202
When i play SP, (before pups in slough creek) i 'mark' my territory somewhere, pretend do 'defend' it from coyotes and stuff, and i just generally RP by myself. 8)

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Thu Sep 23, 2010 2:03 pm
by LunarWolf94
wolfie 202 wrote:When i play SP, (before pups in slough creek) i 'mark' my territory somewhere, pretend do 'defend' it from coyotes and stuff, and i just generally RP by myself. 8)
Yeah i do that too.Instead of just marking everywhere i mark around trees,in the bushes to make it more fun. :D

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Thu Sep 23, 2010 7:47 pm
by 123destinycalls
Hmm, I should try some of these ideas, i was going to care for one pup and live in the open without a den, but i just couldn't handle having my poor little pups die... :cry:

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Thu Sep 23, 2010 9:35 pm
by Frodo1
I pretend my wolves are super heroes, and the stranger wolves, bears, and some coyotes are the "bad guys". Some of the coyotes are helpful, and the eagle helps you fight. I made up all these places, like the "Meeting Circle" (near the cliffs) and a bunch of others. Call me wierd, but that started in the wait for Slough Creek. I also doodle on my screenies (You should see the picture of my wolf Shadow wearing a very cartoony jetpack...).
~Frodo

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Thu Nov 29, 2018 7:10 pm
by The Dancing Demon
I make everything some sort of story in my head.

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 1:02 am
by TimberRaven
Just to be unique, I usually set up things for characters you don't see often in RP (colds, overeating, unexpected disabilities, etc.), and it's quite fun. Or sometimes I get real goofy and I host a magical potato RP, even though I'm pulling wolf emotes left and right, it's very imagination-heavy. You have to render all those flapping wings with glitter flying everywhere with your head!
Also, while in the car, I look out the window and I see a WQ 2.7. wolf running alongside the car, sometimes accidentally getting ran into by other cars in the lane it's running in. Sometimes I'll add a jacket, or a unicorn horn, or wings, sometimes even five legs for extra stimulation. XD

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Sat Dec 15, 2018 3:42 pm
by 44wolfquest
LunarWolf94 wrote:
Tue Aug 31, 2010 4:04 am
-SilverDolphin wrote:Well, I had the same problem at first. Slough Creek was finished and I didn't know what to do next. I played MP for a while but it bored me as well. And then I got an idea. I played Slough Creek and when it was time to go to summer home, I chose one pup that I would care for, others are simply gone (yes, it maybe cruel:) and pretended I want to change my den. The puppy and mate followed me and soon I reached another den. Here I fed pup and defended him. The only problem was an eagle but I can deal with it so it isn't actually a problem for me. I find it quite interesting.
Hm that's a pretty good idea.Haven't tried it but i might.I just use my voice so my wolf and mate can talk :lol: and than pretend i'm doing something or there is trouble.I literally RP by myself. 8)
I always do that thing where I role play with myself. I do it mostly when my mate does something I don't like, and make my wolf yell at the mate. And I make the wolves talk to the elk. And when I was 11 or 12, I'd mock the elk because I was mad I couldn't catch them.

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:36 am
by elkhunter123456
I see how long it takes to kill one elk and try to get a record. I also have competitions between me and my brother on who can kill the most elk in 10 minates

Re: How big is your Imagination on WQ?

Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 4:48 pm
by DinoDogDude209
I go around the map and explore every last inch of it, even if I've already seen everything.