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  • The_Grayest_Ben
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    Not sure if this is a bug or a feature (since bears are supposed to be hard to kill I guess) but I'm just curious if anyone else has had it too!
    I noticed when I came across the Beast of the Hills that it could insta one-hit me without the last chance healing effect kicking in and it made the battle so impossible that I ended up lowering my difficulty setting (I hate dying with rations left hahaha). Since then I noticed the same thing happen with regular brown bears when I was collecting fur for Wallace, and Steinnbjorn in Jotenheim was also able to one-hit me without me having a chance to heal.

    I've faced other enemies who were able to one-hit me (the Builder and Cordelia come to mind) but the last chance healing still kicked in for them and gave me a chance to eat so I'm wondering if it's somehow specifically related to bear-type enemies, and if so, is it deliberate?

    Cheers!

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  • Mobyslick
    4 posts

    @the_grayest_ben

    Necroing for truth. I had Steinnbjorn down to about 40%, I had 2/3 health and 6 rations left. Looks like a sure win, right? One paw swipe later.... I was suddenly dead, no last chance to heal. And no motivation left for tonight.

    PS I was a good social distance and a half away from the paw... it never touched me. But they decided I should be hit anyway (this happens with certain other enemies like Macbeths, pikemen, Jotnar-Gulds, anything with a "long" weapon - their range is longer than the weapon, lol).

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