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Question - What to do if trying to avoid getting lost fails?

Luke Stanmore

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Hey guys, I hope this is the right place to ask... So I've done my first few explores and I'm definitely liking the underground/culverts/drains etc, all relatively local and pretty basic. After looking through plenty of reports, Iv seen how complex some of the underground systems seem. I don know if this is just how I'm interpreting them, or if it really would be that easy to get in a 'sticky' situation! I was just looking for a bit of advice of navigating around the more complex, unmapped systems and what you would do if you got lost/in an emergency? Cheers guys!

Oxygen Thief

Staff member
Happens quite a lot underground, try to remember your way, look behind you frequently and especially at junctions. You can also mark junctions with rocks or debris. Failing that, just keep on walking until you find what you want, if you don't find it just walk back and start again.