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Running around or doing missions?

Post by DerpBacon » Wed Feb 05, 2014 9:34 am

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So, I know some people would rather do what they want instead of playing missions in WolfQuest single player. Others are the opposite. So, which would YOU prefer? Running around, doing whatever you want? Or playing the game straight?

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Post by Pelican » Wed Feb 05, 2014 7:40 pm

If I'm on sp. I'll usually just play around or I'll do the mate quest then play around in slough creek.

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Post by DerpBacon » Fri Feb 07, 2014 6:24 pm

I finished the game about four times, so that leaves me with free time. I just start a game without customizing my wolf and just walk around, hunting elk.

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Post by Bloodstar » Sun Feb 09, 2014 11:08 am

I like to run around and explore before and between missions. Hunting is one of my favourite pastimes during the den finding mission.

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Re: Running around or doing missions?

Post by Flamesky » Mon Feb 10, 2014 3:50 pm

Usually I take my time in Amethyst Mtn; hunting elk, exploring and visiting other territories before I go looking for a mate. In Slough Creek I usually just run through the mission once my wolf pair has the four pups. I find that the pups require constant feeding and chasing away predators so my wolf is kept busy.
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Re: Running around or doing missions?

Post by Chemuhk » Tue Feb 11, 2014 12:26 am

After playing through the main 'campaign' modes a number of times, I prefer just running around. There's a lot of cool things to go out and find in both maps, and with the new-ish weather and time system, the game always gives you a little something to liven up the envoirnment!
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Re: Running around or doing missions?

Post by Bloodstar » Wed Feb 12, 2014 3:57 pm

Flamesky wrote:Usually I take my time in Amethyst Mtn; hunting elk, exploring and visiting other territories before I go looking for a mate. In Slough Creek I usually just run through the mission once my wolf pair has the four pups. I find that the pups require constant feeding and chasing away predators so my wolf is kept busy.
I find the neediness of the pups to be quite annoying. It's part of the reason I put off the springtime missions; I'd have a starving litter two minutes after leaving the den.

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Post by DerpBacon » Wed Feb 12, 2014 8:36 pm

Bloodstar wrote:
Flamesky wrote:Usually I take my time in Amethyst Mtn; hunting elk, exploring and visiting other territories before I go looking for a mate. In Slough Creek I usually just run through the mission once my wolf pair has the four pups. I find that the pups require constant feeding and chasing away predators so my wolf is kept busy.
I find the neediness of the pups to be quite annoying. It's part of the reason I put off the springtime missions; I'd have a starving litter two minutes after leaving the den.
The pups are so greedy -_-

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Post by Windstrider » Wed Feb 19, 2014 9:18 pm

In Slough Creek, I do the missions (you kind of have to I guess). In Amethyst Mountain, it depends.
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Re: Running around or doing missions?

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Missions?

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Re: Running around or doing missions?

Post by valkea » Mon Feb 24, 2014 10:07 am

CopperZoo wrote:Missions?
Please make sure you have at least three words in your posts, otherwise they'll be considered spam.
By "missions" I assume the poster meant quests you are given in the game, such as "find a mate".
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Post by DerpBacon » Tue Feb 25, 2014 2:25 pm

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CopperZoo wrote:Missions?
Please make sure you have at least three words in your posts, otherwise they'll be considered spam.
By "missions" I assume the poster meant quests you are given in the game, such as "find a mate".
Yeah, I meant quests. Some people call them missions for some reason :? But yeah, quests.

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Post by Floofysaur » Sat Mar 08, 2014 7:49 pm

I've used to just play the game over from start to finish. Normally in less than half an hour. Mainly other times I try and hunt with and without a mate and see what the highest points I get until I am bored.
Since I don't play multi-player anymore, I kind of don't know what I would do.
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Re: Running around or doing missions?

Post by ironhide_loepard » Fri Apr 25, 2014 10:46 pm

It varies on what I'm in the mood for now-a-days. I used to be nuts about playing the game. Now I my mood for things I used to do has changed. Not quite sure why, it just happened that way. I still play when ever I have time though. And when there is people on. I quest for a little while then take a break.

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Quest mode or Sandbox?

Post by Pelican » Mon Jun 08, 2015 10:03 am

When you're playing singleplayer WolfQuest do you just do whatever (sandbox) or follow the storyline? Or a bit of both? I usually do sandbox and then if I feel like it I'll follow the storyline.

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