Regrowth

blargtheawesome

... is very scientifical.
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#1




For many, there seemed to be little hope for the world returning to what it once was. Everything seemed quiet, for those who even dared to venture too far into the wilderness found little. But now, it seems, with the Harvester gone, the old wildlife has begun to return anew. It is a slow process and many local species have gone extinct, but the area at the cave entrance near Mockingbay has also begun to heal, and as a result infection seems to spread significantly slower than previously. Scouts do still see glimpses of dark creatures and monsters but they seem less focused on the animals, and more focused on the human populace.​
 

The_VALKYRIE

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#4
Mass local extentions will still ler i xesct breed like rabbi t.d s, ppor farmers come spring theres gonna be too many xrickets and the like
 

Blorbis83

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#6
I think she’s saying that because there are local mass extinctions, certain prey animals might go unchecked; rabbits, crickets, etc. The populfion boom in said prey animals may further disrupt the ecosystem and the agrarian society that Altera is set in, which I actually think would be an interesting addition to the ecological symptoms of the plague; at least until things balance themselves out.

I also say that just means Dan can finally kickstart his campaign on using locusts and crickets in gourmet dishes. :cool:

Locust-chips anyone?
 

The_VALKYRIE

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#7
thsi is why i shouldn't reply to topics on my phone and yes lets have salted cricket treats for the world!

From Outlast 2 we know they are uindeed a snack worthy of Liard and Nick so why not all of Altera!