But don’t assume that he will always be aware. We do get distracted, and being distracted means that we’re now just not paying attention. In addition being focused on one thing very often means we’re not going to be paying attention to other things. As I understand it, those serving in the military are taught to switch their attention from one thing to another, to look and see what else is going on around them. It’s the same thing in Dangerous Journeys for all that what is happening is imaginary. The same thing with cops, and it’s a good skill to have as a driver.
So let your guide know you’re paying attention and give him some idea of what you are looking for. And look up. Make sure he knows you’re looking up, you may surprise that ceiling crawling spider.
And most importantly of all, don’t assume. In Dangerous Journeys you don’t have to kill everything, and some people may actually help you. But be ready for fighting just in case.| ← Previous | | | Next → |