mobius187 Posted February 11, 2013 Share Posted February 11, 2013 Why not termites? They could spawn like bees, but in savannas and have huge nests, and you can attack it and get termite eggs, which you can use to make new nests, or eat them.Well I'm certainly not arguing the fact that you can survive off of ants or termites, as you can (as many survival shows have shown me). I guess I'm just thinking that if you had a choice to add something to the game maybe adding something as small as ants or termites wouldn't be the way to go, on account of them being so small. I mean the bees aren't exactly to scale either. Rather I felt that since there are so many animals that could be added that they would have the higher priority, for example, squirrels, chipmunks, or turtles (to name a few of those that were recently mentioned by other forum members, but have been mentioned before).Again, I'm not against the idea of eating ants/terminites, I'm just trying to balance them against everything else that could be added.just to point out i think the opposite of what you think while rabbits shouldn't come out again while you are around once you have gone they should pop back out again and not stop unless you dig up the warren/holeWell originally I suggested this because after you killed a rabbit that spawned from a rabbit hole a new rabbit would spawn there less than a day later. There was a time I could just run across a rabbit area and have a killing spree. The Devs toned this down when they added in the "scared rabbits" behavior (when you kill one rabbit on screen the others run). Anyway my reasoning for suggesting the cooldown was that after you kill the rabbit there should be a certain amount of time before a new rabbit comes to live there. That, and there are usually so many rabbit holes this really shouldn't be an issue, unless like me, you went to town on them.and rabbits should make more holes to the point they are more hated than the spider web creep purely cos thats what they do breed and dig warrens and eat then breed some moreSo you want rabbits to make rabbit holes to the point where they're more annoying than web creep? Your argument is an odd one, but you're entitled to it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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