@siberiaman this is the kind of thread I want to read on this forum!
I just put a note on “darting whatever you see” not only for you and for potential future hybrids, but also for your allies, I can have loads on something and desperatively needing some commons from other spawn zones, so I keep darting mine and give those Dna to my allies so that they will give me back something I need.
Flying creatures: distance between you and them counted doesn’t like between you and non-flying creatures! Game calculates the actual creature position on the map not position between you and creature’s pin point - thus you are able to hunt some birds what fly in inside your drone target zone/circle
My tip: If you’re going scent-stalking (i.e. chaining scents to dart DNA) don’t open your all your incubators beforehand. Save them up. Then use your incubators to give you extra darts when you need them most.
I’m agreeing with you and just going into more detail here.
In shooting, archery, or other range sport, this is called “leading the target”. Taking into account the speed of the dinosaur is very important as well as taking into account and anticipating the direction of the dinosaur so that you will know how far ahead your crosshair/reticle should be of the target. For faster creatures, you will want to lead more ahead, and slower ones you will barely lead ahead at all. As the dinosaur picks up speed as you hit it more, you have to adjust the lead time to be slightly farther ahead of the target…
Yes, plus I think we are not going on the 30 meters to have full battery, cause flying creatures are calculated also in height. In my experience, I can have min 40 meters from target, never arrived above 30 meters so far.
Good luck with hunting and best wishes in new year
Re: stegosaurus - it’s strongly depends on an area - I don’t know the logic behind, but I see different dynos constantly appearing in same blocks around mine area, so try to find some with stegos “nest”