A Guide for the Student on the Ways and Means of the Warg and the Stalking of Prey

Tracking – Finding Your Prey

Before you can kill your prey you must first find it …

This is the most time consuming and often most boring part of being a warg … waiting for someone to slip up. You are looking for the old and the sick so to speak. In game terms that means you are looking for the lone freep who has wandered off on their own; the level 46 freep that decided he’d see what the Ettens was all about; the foolish freep that is riding just a little behind the main group, etc. In other words you are looking for freeps who have either slipped up or who are too weak to defend themselves. That may sound harsh, but it’s a dog eat dog world in the Ettens!

This is genuinely a matter of having a lot of patience because you need to keep watching your target looking for that moment when they make a mistake or fortune smiles on you. It can be something as simple as them getting a lag spike as they ride off causing them to fall behind the main freep group or it could be a poor choice they make such as venturing just a little too far from the safety of the freep NPCs. Whatever it is you need to be watching and ready to strike. If not you won’t be getting much infamy.


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