Stone Canyon wilderness isn't real wilderness.

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Stone Canyon wilderness isn't real wilderness.

Postby Skjotur » Thu Aug 15, 2013 6:34 pm

Can I please get some consideration for changing the Stone Canyon environs to not be wilderness? You can travel the canyon instantly but go off the path and it takes so much longer and you burn through food, yet the rooms don't look like wilderness outside this area. They are enclosed rooms with set paths, not open wilderness like outside. It doesn't add up that you can travel the canyon in an instant but the areas around it are treated as miles wide like wilderness, and yet they both lead to the same end location, the Red Lake.

I hesitate for this request because I do feel like them being wilderness means less people go there because it's harder and so it feels more like pristine untouched wilderness. But it just burns me every time I take the roundabout path and I have to eat so much more and it takes so much longer yet I end up at the same place I would have gone to if I went through the canyon.

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Re: Stone Canyon wilderness isn't real wilderness.

Postby Skjotur » Thu Aug 15, 2013 6:37 pm

I think a way to keep the Stone Canyon environs feeling more wild and less traveled would be to put a lot of places where you have to swim or climb. Give it a real untraveled wilderness feel. So only the people who are willing to make climbs and swims would be able to go around the canyon, others would go straight through the canyon which is much easier.

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Re: Stone Canyon wilderness isn't real wilderness.

Postby Rias » Fri Aug 16, 2013 12:31 pm

Someone's going to like the new area I'm designing.

On-topic: Yeah, it is weird. I'll see what the other GMs think.
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Re: Stone Canyon wilderness isn't real wilderness.

Postby Blitz » Fri Aug 16, 2013 11:16 pm

For what it's worth, I completely agree with Skjotur.

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