Taking Care of the Animals #WurmOnline

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4 Responses

  1. Hordern says:

    Animals progress through a few ages – young, adolescent, mature, old, aged [although I often get old and aged muddled] and venerable, so you should have a while before the horses are in danger of dying from old age, but always safe to care for them early in case you forget :)

    You can leave piles of seeds for roosters to eat from, I’ve never really found much use for them other than to train my weaponless fighting skill though to be honest :)

  2. Injera says:

    I just wanted to say that even though I don’t have the time to play Wurm, I love “playing” it vicariously through these posts. Thanks!

  3. MrrX says:

    When I looked at the official website, it says it’s a player developed fantasy MMO. When I read your posts, I’m getting that it’s a home/farm/”little house on the prairie” simulator. Enjoying reading this !

  4. stargrace says:

    @MrrX – well, I think it depends on how you play the game. If you take an active role in combat I’m sure it feels much more fantasy-ish, there are trolls and dragons and all sorts of monsters out there. Since that’s my least-liked aspect of any game, I avoid it (and thus avoid writing about it). There’s also an entire pvp facet to the game that I don’t explore at all since I’m not on a pvp server.