Bears in overgrowth

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Ewad3
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Bears in overgrowth

Post by Ewad3 » Sun Jul 08, 2012 8:21 am

Now many of u guys want bears, but do you see how powerful the wolves are? Now bear is 17 times heavier and stronger than wolves so do u understand how unbalannced the game would be? Only the tiger (wich was shown to be included) could knock him off allthough bear is 3 times heavier than him. Sure its only what i think. Leave your arguments below, why do u think bears would be good :)

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by Endoperez » Sun Jul 08, 2012 9:07 am

http://blog.wolfire.com/2010/04/Overgro ... by-Andrige

A fan by the name of Andrige drew this concept art about bears, and has modeled and rigged a bear model. However, he didn't get the exporter scripts working, so it doesn't work in Overgrowth yet.

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by Ewad3 » Sun Jul 08, 2012 9:34 am

Some more info about bears?

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by Synapse » Sun Jul 08, 2012 4:29 pm

Ewad3 wrote:the tiger (wich was shown to be included).


Wait, tigers? You sure? All I've seen so far is rabbits, wolves, dogs, rats, and cats.
(Oops I forgot Whaleman, hope he's not pissed.)

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by Macrauchenia » Sun Jul 08, 2012 5:42 pm

Synapse wrote:
Ewad3 wrote:the tiger (wich was shown to be included).


Wait, tigers? You sure? All I've seen so far is rabbits, wolves, dogs, rats, and cats.
(Oops I forgot Whaleman, hope he's not pissed.)
He's probably talking about this blog post:

http://blog.wolfire.com/2009/05/races-in-overgrowth/

The additional races shown in that concept art, including tigers, have been scrapped.

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by slime » Sun Jul 08, 2012 10:43 pm

I think bears would like it if you bought the game. ;)

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by Endoperez » Mon Jul 09, 2012 3:22 am

slime wrote:I think bears would like it if you bought the game. ;)
People have been able to buy and download the game without having the forum preorderer tag for a few days now.

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by Count Roland » Mon Jul 09, 2012 7:40 am

that makes me sad, it means we can no longer pick out people who deserve to be hated.

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by slime » Mon Jul 09, 2012 1:02 pm

Endoperez wrote:
slime wrote:I think bears would like it if you bought the game. ;)
People have been able to buy and download the game without having the forum preorderer tag for a few days now.
He was on IRC a few days ago asking for support while acknowledging he pirated the game and bragging about how he pirated other games too.

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by MrOtton » Mon Jul 09, 2012 1:39 pm

Endoperez wrote:
slime wrote:I think bears would like it if you bought the game. ;)
People have been able to buy and download the game without having the forum preorderer tag for a few days now.
But they do have access to the SPF? This topic should anyway be in the SPF, I think...

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by Endoperez » Mon Jul 09, 2012 3:27 pm

MrOtton wrote: But they do have access to the SPF? This topic should anyway be in the SPF, I think...
They can get it, but they can buy and download Overgrowth without ever doing it. You can't tell if a person is a preorderer, by looking at his forum account.

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by Ewad3 » Mon Jul 09, 2012 5:54 pm

can a mod delete these off topic posts?

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by underthedeep » Mon Jul 09, 2012 8:02 pm

Ewad3 wrote:can a mod delete these off topic posts?
you must be new here :roll:



Anyways about the topic, if you take into consideration of weapons i think taking down a bear would actually be pretty easy.

THOUGH I HAVE NOT PLAYED THE GAME, NOR HAVE I PRE-ORDERED I am merely speculating on my experience with lugaru wolf fighting.

Yeah, it was hard to take down 3 wolves, but it was way easier with a sword thats for sure!

Bears would be a bit oafish I would imagine, so i think if you use the rabbits natural swiftness and a weapon it may be do-able.


Also if there is going to be any bears they will definitely be a fan mod so this topic kind of irrelevant anyways.

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by Rewjeo » Mon Jul 09, 2012 10:23 pm

Well, until/unless the leg cannon gets nerfed, EVERY enemy is easy to deal with.

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Re: Bears in overgrowth

Post by Djemps » Tue Jul 10, 2012 11:19 am

Rewjeo wrote:Well, until/unless the leg cannon gets nerfed, EVERY enemy is easy to deal with.

QFT!!!!

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