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Hunting Help (Level 55+)


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I just got into hunting a couple days ago, and now I'm level 55 hunting. I'm currently at Orange Salamanders (in the desert), but I was wondering if I should go back to Falconry, move onto Chincompas, or stay at Orange Salamanders for a while longer.

After that next phase, whats the next spot I should go to? I've read that Red Salamanders at 59 is good, and then Red Chincompas at 63, but some of those guides may be outdated, and I believe Red Chincompas are currently infested with bots, so training isn't so viable.

Also, I heard that once you lay a trap (such as a bird snare or net trap) stepping a few squares away increases the chances for success. Is this true? And on a related note, how helpful is smoking your traps with a torch? Worth it or waste of time/clicks?

Any help appreciated!

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Salamanders are great for experience, especially red ones! Depending on your objectives, I'd do red salamanders (once possible) for experience or red chinchompas for money. Unfortunately, red chinchompas are quite crowded due to botters and other hunters, so that's another factor to consider!

Regarding the bird hunting; it seems logical - I'm not sure, however. I personally believe smoking traps is too tiring and not worth it; up to you, though!

Hope this helped! :thumbup:

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I net trapped penguins, pretty fast XP.
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you have the right Idea stay in desert. Then hit the reds when you can. I started red chins at 70. Then stayed to 99. Back before there was alot of bots. I did run down there there the other day. And it was dead. If you get bored of red sally. You can do a few grey chins.
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As kurity said net trapping penguins is nice xp as its empty and theres a boat with spare rope and nets so losing them isnt an issue

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