Posts by RunAndHideGamer

    Made my way into another thick forest with plenty of food supplies and found a watering hole to setup my camp.
    Only one problem..... there is a bear really close by.

    With this game you are able to track the bear and work out what kind of danger you are in with it being in the area.

    When I hear the bear I turn right until I can hear the bear on the left.
    Then turn left until you can start hearing the bear slightly on the right.

    Use this to creep closer keeping an eye out for any movement in the trees or bushes ahead of you. Directly going towards the sound of the bear should mean it will not attack from the sides.

    Using this method you can then set your eyes on the bear and decide what you want to do.

    Shortly after taking the prior picture I went the wrong way and ended up falling into a deep black crevice from which I did not survive.

    Began a new map and using the seed RadioRealm2017 I began the map standing next to a tree in a cold environment....the tree just had one apple on it.

    However there were plenty of potatoes lying around and I collected 32 potatoes before heading off into a much warmer biome.

    Going down a steep vertical shaft looking for possible treasure at the other end. Hugging the walls and going down slowly is the only way and the only problem being not knowing if I will be able to get up the same way. I could very well die down here.

    The picture below shows what looks like an average every day tunnel in the rocks.

    However looks are deceiving and this is actually a vertical drop and one bad move I am going to have a long fall suffering in a very bad breakage of limbs and even death.

    This cave system is immense with so many tunnels snaking through it that you have to take a chance exploring every part of it....even the vertical drops.

    Spent the night gathering carrots, watermelons, pumpkins, potatoes, apples and cherries to take back to the camp. I had originally planned this to be a 2 day trip away from camp gathering food but I have cut some saplings for apple and cherry trees which I want to take back to camp for planting.

    After finding the cherry and apple trees I waited for morning before picking them and removing the saplings...much easier to do in the light of day.

    The saplings can be a little hard to find once they have been cut as shown in the picture below where a cherry sapling is hidden amongst the long grass.

    So without a supply of food on me I left my campsite and headed into the woods as the sun disappeared over the hills.

    The area I have chosen is ideal to setup a cabin however there is very little in the way of apples,cherries or potatoes to live on until I can start farming.

    So I set off into the dark woods knowing full way that I cannot see any bears that may be in front of me but well aware that those bears can see me.

    I head slowly through the woods and after a few minutes I hear a bear somewhere off to the right. Wanting to avoid an encounter with the bear I turn slightly left and move slowly forward listening to make sure the bear didnt come closer.

    With darkness around moving through the trees is slow but necessary to avoid the bears.

    Eventually the trees around me begin thinning and I emerge into a large clearing and make for the middle....using my binoculars to check for any wild animals. Only a few pigs so looks good.

    I look down at my feet and see a wild carrot which I begin eating. Not too soon as my hunger levels were very high.

    In this area I can see a fair way all around me so there is very little chance a bear will sneak up on me. However there could be other dangers.

    I need to make the most of this and begin scouring the area looking for food to take back to the camp.

    Whenever I play this game I always put myself in the middle of bear country..........
    I setup camp near a water source and never stray far.

    I can hear a bear nearby and it would be the end of me if I tried to make it deep into the woods shown below. However there is very little food in the area so I am having to venture into the woods to try and find some food.

    I have not actually tried the large furnace yet but with the small furnace I have had no problem.

    Put coal in as fuel.
    Add ore to a quick key active item box at top of screen and activate that item by selecting it.
    Move the mouse cursor across each pocket, each ore will fall into the pocket beneath the cursor in the trays.
    Right click and the nugget is placed into the pocket.
    Turn the furnace on.
    6 minutes later the ores become ingots
    Turn furnace off.
    Remove the ingots.... I think that was by using F as you move cursor over each ingot.

    Not sure why you are pressing E as I just use the right mouse button to add the ore to the trays.

    After 6 minutes the ore will disappear from the furnace but the ingots will be there.
    Place the mouse cursor over each pocket , press F and see what happens.

    Spent time gathering food and provisions and then headed back up into the forest.
    My stockpile of food would keep me going for some time in which time I would setup a farm and grow my own vegetables.

    Night fell before I could reach my camp

    It was almost too dark to see further up ahead and this brought further danger.

    This was bear country and I had no way of knowing if there was a bear right in front of me hiding in the darkness.

    Hunger eventually forced me to eat the last apple I had left.
    Now it was essential I find more food quickly.

    I moved further into the forest....heading down the edge of the lake.
    The trees began thinning out and as I moved out of the forest my eyes picked up an area where potatoes were growing

    I pocketed the potatoes and moved further on...looking for more food.

    All the while I was aware that the large brown bear was still tracking me and was somewhere close behind me.

    For the last hour I have felt like someone or something was watching me.

    It did not take long for me to find that I was indeed being tracked by a rather large brown bear.

    My priority was still to find food but after that I was going to have to craft some weapons and deal with the bear if it decided to attack me.

    My search for food in the forest turned out to be in vain with nothing edible being found.
    Made my way back towards the lake and stumbled across a dead body lying in the brush.
    Checked him for a pulse but he was long gone.

    Checked his inventory and retrieved his pick and axe.

    Buried the body deep so that it would not attract bears to the area.

    Have to find food soon or I will end up like this poor fellow.

    Went into the forest keeping an eye out for bears.
    Discovered a moose standing beside a water hole...... as I drew closer the moose jumped into the water and disappeared.

    Carefully crept over to the waters edge and looked in and was surprised as the water hole was very deep and the moose was nowhere to be found.

    From this location I moved a little further up the lake till I get to an area where I had more room to set camp.
    So for the night I am at -2995.54 67.24 -755.52

    Started chopping trees down to make a small clearing.
    Some rock nearby so before long I had a camp fire going.

    But the problem was that even though there was plenty of water I needed food.
    I look around and don't see anything obvious to eat.

    Looks like I am going to have to go deep into the forest to search for food.
    Problem is night has fallen and I am sure there is a bear nearby.

    Hi all.....

    I have really enjoyed playing Rising World over the last weeks and have found some really challenging areas.
    Thought I would share some of what I find.

    Currently I am standing on a cliff looking down at a vast expanse of water below me.
    Could it be salt water or is it a huge source of drinking water?

    Behind me stands a huge forest with enough trees to get you through the winter.

    The seed is -2021048627508770

    Current position in map
    -2979.70 68.18 -684.71 W

    See if you can survive here.
    And don't keep your back turned to the forest for too long.
    There may be bears in there!