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  20:49:34  8 December 2005
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Fux0r666
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If you kill any of them they will try to kill you. I was just saying that killing a pack leader doesn't elicit any special killer response. The only special response it will get is fear in some animals.
  16:13:53  8 December 2005
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Dulus
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I'm not 100 % sure about it, but if you kill the leader of elephant group the others will flee, because you killed the "brain" and the "protector" of the group. Soon they will have another leader, but for that moment of surprise you can scare them.
On the other side the gorillaz will try to kill you, because if you can kill their leader (who is "the strongest" you can kill them and also you can kill their youngsters. For them you are an enemy.
  01:29:04  8 December 2005
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Fux0r666
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Animal societies don't work like that.
  20:24:12  7 December 2005
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Dulus
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nice idea you could scare away a group of rats,dogs with one deadly shot to their pack leader
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Another possibillity is that killing their pack leader will make them more aggressive, and they will start to hunt you like never before .
Just thinking....
  17:41:09  6 December 2005
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Robertino_lt
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nice idea you could scare away a group of rats,dogs with one deadly shot to their pack leader
  22:59:18  5 December 2005
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wondervirus
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I don't think that's what he meant at all.

I take 'experienced' to mean 'displace to better cov er and plan a counter
action or escape route' vs 'drop your gun and run like hell'
  21:41:52  5 December 2005
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Dulus
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So if you shoot some "more experienced" enemy into leg he will stay calm and keep up with hiding, like never have happened?

And what is "experienced fighter" if it is controlled by AI?
Isn't it just simply harder-to-kill enemy(better shooting, better covering,...)?
  05:35:44  5 December 2005
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Siege
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Yep. They do that.
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So shame will not be restricted to the player, himself
  01:36:46  5 December 2005
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Don Reba
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Yep. They do that.
  01:25:26  5 December 2005
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Wilmer
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Fleeing AI

I hope that creatures and stalkers will panic at times and go berzerk/flee. This would make experienced fighters much harder to beat (as they are less likely to panic). This would make the enemy feel more like real people/mutants.
 
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