Gives you a current list of prey you can hunt / track
Tracking Command: !track[animal]
To start to track after your prey type out its name with a ! in the front of it. For example, to attempt to track and hunt a rabbit type out !rabbit in an action. Example:
* @Faolan pads along the course of stream within the hunting ground and attempts to track a !riverotter
<+`Fenrir> A tracking event has been setup to find a RiverOtter with an added difficulty class of 3 and a needed number of successes of 4 to find. Good luck!
Tracking Command: ^^
From here, tracking is very similar to hunting. You will make a post attempting to track your prey followed by a separate line with the command ^^ Fenrir` will roll for your prey and for you (including your bonuses) and will generate whether you succeeded in following after the trail or whether you failed. There are critical successes and failures that can be generated. Not every prey/target will have the same number of successes needed to find it, but each target will have a total of 5 failures before the wolf loses the trail! Example:
* @Faolan would take stock of the scents and attempt to find a viable trail to follow.
<+`Fenrir> The RiverOtter outwits Faolan and extends its lead upon the tracking wolf or wolves. The RiverOtter is on 1 out of 5 failures needed to escape!
This exchange will go on until you either find it or lose it. If you find it, then Fenrir` will give you the option to report back your findings via rp or continue on with hunting it. Example:
<+`Fenrir> Faolan has found and followed the trail of their target well enough to continue tracking. The tracking party is on 4 out of 4 successful attempts needed to complete their task.
<+`Fenrir> The RiverOtter has been successfully tracked. Report back of your findings or begin the hunt!
Hunting in this scenario is the same as usual. You will post your attempt at striking the prey followed by the command ,, and Fenrir` will generate a success or failure for you and the other wolves to respond to.
Giving Up: !untrack
Has the tracking session gone on too long? Accidentally started a tracking event you are not prepared for or permitted to finish? The command !untrack will end the tracking attempt, allowing you and others to pursue new prey.