Cricket Stealth Walking

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Cricket Stealth Walking

Post by Nvulxa » Wed Aug 25, 2021 1:49 am

I found an interesting way to practice stealth walking. As I was practicing my stealth walking I noticed the crickets chirping I passed would stop chirping with they heard me. So I made it a challenge to see if I could walk past them without interrupting they're chirping. I had to walk a bit slower but I was able to walk past them successfully and further developed my stealth walking capabilities.
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Re: Cricket Stealth Walking

Post by Xanatos » Wed Aug 25, 2021 6:07 am

I often do the same with neighbourhood cats, although sometimes it's harder to spot them first. But if you can sneak up on a cat, you can sneak up on anything.
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Re: Cricket Stealth Walking

Post by Nvulxa » Sun Aug 29, 2021 9:38 pm

I tried sneaking up on a cat. The hardest part was finding the cat. Then I waited until it was distracted with something like hunting birds. I got about 7 feet away from the cat when the birds it was watching flew off. It looked around to see what scared them and saw me. Its definitely harder than sneaking past a cricket.
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