Who Should Run
When to Run
What to Run From
Where to Run
Why You Run
How to Run
Where NOT to run
Running to Lead
Running with Money
Where to Hunt
Hunting Tips and Tricks
All About Us
Seven Stages of Addiction
Macro Language Reference
Who should run? Just about everyone, at one time or another. But new exiles in particular need to runa LOTsimply because they don't have the training they need to survive encounters with the varmints that want to chew on them.
This site is aimed at helping new exiles get their running legs. Most of the tactics are quite old, but there are some good nuggets of information in there all the same. A good way to pick up current tactics is by bombing around with a group of like-minded exiles. In addition to being great fun, it also gives you someone to talk to when you're all lying around fallen.
Just another day in the Tangle Wood
Keep in mind that I set these pages up with the brand-new exile in mind, so if you're soloing maha and wraiths then you've already learned all of this. Some of the pictures are entertaining, however. I've managed to fall in some stupid places. Heh...
A tree with an attitude
Don't forget that the easiest way to learn about the lands is to watch other exiles. When you're off in the South Beach whacking crawlers and running away from rockodiles, keep an eye on the more experienced exiles and watch how they handle adult rocks and the great rock. Most exiles don't mind if you ask questions as long as you're polite, they're not otherwise occupied (ie: fighting for their life), and you're polite. Did I mention you should be polite?
You can get advice from the strangest things
So thanks for stopping by. Take a look around and see if there is anything you haven't figured out on your own. If I've made a gross error, if you disagree with me, if you think I'm a complete idiot, or if you just want to send me a note, I can be reached at email@example.com.
All criticisms will be duly read, thoughtfully considered, and carefully ignoredmost of the time.