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My easiest way of gazelle hunting is from horse back with a light bow as it still oneshots them and if you miss you dont have to worry cus the next arrow is ready i usually get 3 in a pack of 4 (and i have really bad reflexes) it usually happen like this i shoot one from a distance then senu tags a target and i kill the one he doesnt tag and thats 3 right there. pls do keep in mind that im a major noob at gaming and play most of my games un easy so idk if gazelles have more health on higher difficulties
Heres another one
DO NOT go after the phylakes until you hit the maximum level of 40
when ya kill one they drop a legendary weapon at your level
im kicking myself for killing all of em earlier, because i miss out on lvl 40 legendary weapons
just trust me, as fun as it is to fight them when theyre stronger than you, just wait til 40, the rewards are better
GetLost You're implying that going after them later would have them drop higher level weapons which is not the case at all. They all drop weapons based on their level. But excuse me if that isn't what you're saying.
Perhaps it's only post patch 1.05, presently though, you use sleep darts on, & tame, most animals, especially wild cats & dogs, aswell as bull/cow and pack mules. Any animal, excepting alpha versions, can be tamed and made your ally, which, the bulls are definitely the best choice.
Why.. why the hell is there sailing sections in this game? In black flag it made sense, but here, it really doesn't. And frankly, I may be in the minority, but I was never a huge fan of the sailing parts
Ok here's 3 actual tips:
1. Making your mount follow the road and switching to your bow allows you to combat on the run.
2. Also making your mount follow the road and switching to your bird allows you to find crafting materials on the go (especially on the way to a quest or during a quest.)
3. Holding the right trigger or left trigger and pressing triangle or Y while hovering over your character in the load out menu allows you to switch his hair type.
These tips are all already in the game.. I want real tips like this one I have to share. "An easy way to rack up multiple convoys is to find a road in a city where they all drive through. Use flesh decay on some dead bodies and just watch as convoy after convoy get poisoned. You can literally kill a hundred convoys without moving from the location. "
I was thinking about your problem, and wondering, where are you doing this? Maybe if you move back toward an area where your level is way higher--like, if you're at level 20something, maybe head back to Alexandria or something--and try it there, you'll have more success? Maybe you're just trying it on enemies whose levels are too high.
Just a thought, hope it helps!
It always works for me, man, so I don't know what to tell you. I end up with a road littered with smoking corpses for half a mile in each direction. (The game stops sending convoys past after a certain number though.)
Seriously the chariot races are so generic and boring there's not any change from races so it's pretty much the same race all the time. It's quite boring to me plus it's not even multiplayer if it was then it'd be a lil more exciting for a bit
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