I do think that if stamina for (all) other animals is implemented, the wolves need a stamina ovehaul as well, so we can no longer run forever and need to think more about managing our stamina. That would add to realism too.ForeverEverest wrote:I like this idea. Sometimes I can chase cougars for a very long time, and I still can't catch up to them. I don't think it's a big problem, but I do think adding stamina levels to other animals would help make things more realistic and exciting.Lebron BMT wrote:PREY & OTHER PREDATOR STAMINA
Please make it possible to hunt other animals in the game with a high stamina wolf rather than just a high speed or strength wolf. This could simply be done if other animals in the game (everything from elk to foxes) lost stamina/health while running away from you.
Got these ideas with multiplayer in mind, but with some tweaks I think they would work fine for single player.
Make predators spawn further away from the den and get rid of the camera zoom warning players of incoming predators.
It would be more realistic (and in my opinion fun and challenging) if players have to stay actively vigilant for predators trying to make a snack out of the pups. Instead we can currently just lean back and wait until the camera zoom shows us there's danger coming. I think getting rid of the zoom will also give players more reason to work together. And maybe implement some kind of sound we can use to warn other, less vigilant players there's a predator coming. I don't know if and how wolves warn each other (howl-bark?) but it would be nice to have something other than writing 'predator!' in the chat ;3
On the journey mission, predators are more likely to attack a lone wolf with a pup, rather than multiple wolves with pups.
This would give players more reason to stick together during the journey, as well as work together more, instead of being all over the place caring for only one pup. And make predators more likely to attack in larger numbers (coyotes?) or be harder to chase off when alone. For example: when a bear attacks, it should be much harder (and dangerous) for a lone wolf to discourage it from killing the pup, rather than 3 wolves running around it and taking turns biting it's rear. Getting rid of the 3 bites and the bear/cougar runs away system, would be a good idea too I think. It should depend on the amount of wolves there discouraging it, not the amount of bites.