You have been abducted by aliens and they are telling You that you are going to be dropped onto an uninhabited planet with an Earthlike atmosphere and...

You have been abducted by aliens and they are telling You that you are going to be dropped onto an uninhabited planet with an Earthlike atmosphere and and an ecosystem identical to the pacific northwest.

they have given you a set of thrirteen empty boxes whose interiors is 1 foot tall 2 feet wide and 8 feet long, you may request anything you want for on the planet and you have a weight limit of 35 pounds each (not including the box itself) you will not be leaving the planet, no rescue is coming

One box will come with you the other 12 will arrive in six month intervals

What do you pack?
How do you pack it?
Which do you take with you initially?

250 Piece Survival Gear First Aid Kit

LifeStraw Water Filter for Hiking and Preparedness

250 Piece Survival Gear First Aid Kit

  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I’m gonna frick an Ayy cougar

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    that mountain lion looks like a fent head

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1911 and one bullet

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i have 4 questions before they drop me back on earth to fill the boxes.
    #1: am i going to drop in shorts and a t-shirt, or can i drop in in combat gear? 1.1: if combat gear is a yes, can i fill the pockets and pouches?
    #2 can i pick where i will be dropped at?
    #3 will any other survivors ever be dropped to the same planet? madness has a higher chance of ending me then a damn bear-like creature.
    #4 can i get a book or even pamphlet on what berries and plants are poisonous and what arnt?

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1x2x8ft size box and limited to 35 lbs? Gonna be packing fricking air I guess that’s like frick all weight for that much volume

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      How small do you think 1' is eurogay?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Anon, that's 16 cubic feet. That amount of stacked Tupperware weighs several hundred pounds. Or dirt. Hell, I have a bag of extremely basic hand tools that's 12" x 24" x 12" and weighs more than 25 pounds. His weight requirements are fricking moronic for the given volume.

        Also the PNW is very poorly-supplied with both accessible metals and flint, which is going to make things like basic hand tools and weapons incredibly hard to improvise, repair, or replace.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Also the PNW is very poorly-supplied with both accessible metals and flint
          oh no this region with extensive historic volcanic activity doesn't have readily accessible flint, whatever will you do? Pic related, the superior option dug up from my back yard.
          >which is going to make things like basic hand tools and weapons incredibly hard to improvise, repair, or replace.
          You have 12 shipments of tools to choose from though.
          >accessible metals
          it's not like you're going to be setting up an industrial steel plant, are you? PNW has ample bog iron which is one of the easiest kinds to process in a primitive manner. Do you really plan on fricking mining, solo?

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >onto an uninhabited planet with an Earthlike atmosphere and and an ecosystem identical to the pacific northwest.
    When you say identical I'm taking your word for it.
    >Temperate year round, barely snows, abundant fish, shellfish, deer, rabbits, and no seriously dangerous wildlife.
    >blackberries grow literally everywhere providing even more free food
    Score, this is fricking ez mode. Assuming I get to keep the clothes I'm wearing right now.

    to start we'll go with:
    Stainless steel pot (5 lbs)
    Ruger MkIV lite +4 magazines (2.5 lbs)
    350 rounds .22lr (2.5 lbs)
    2 tarps (1 lbs)
    5 moraknives (1 lbs)
    200 feet of paracord (1lbs)
    2x folding saw (1 lbs)
    2 large wool blankets (2 lbs)
    potatoes (5 lbs)
    seeds (squash, tomato, cabbage, onion, garlic, rosemary, dill) (1.5 lbs)
    fishing line + hooks (1 lbs)
    rubbing alcohol (1 lbs)
    flashlight + frickload of AA batteries (3 lbs)
    waterproof jacket+change of clothes (3 lbs)
    Gransfors Bruk scandinavian forest axe (2.5lbs)
    1lbs of bic lighters
    extra socks+underwear (1 lbs)

    That is everything I "need" and then some. Potatoes will be cut up and planted when ready. Going to rely on fish and rabbit traps primarily for food to begin with, fishing line is primarily to make snares since actively fishing is a waste of time. Might take it up for fun though. Luckily I am familiar with essentially everything edible in the PNW and foraging won't be a problem at all.

    Next box will be parts for a still and bottles. Have to be a little creative with the size limits but it'll work. We're going to make vodka, blackberry brandy, and so much more. After that will be my raifu, ammo, and a shitload of doujinshi so I can avoid raping a deer hopefully. More and more seeds of various plants I don't have yet as well as spare boots. Different varieties of potato. A few different styles of saw. Fertilized chicken eggs, probably around box 6.

    The only shitty thing is no coffee. Way too labor intensive and it won't grow in this environment anyway.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >1 foot tall 2 feet wide and 8 feet long 35 pounds

    I don't understand anything about american units

    However my superior Italian mind understand that the dimensions are quite limited.

    Being an intelligent person, I understand that raw firepower can't fix everything. I will need to integrate or dominate a foreign society in order to live and not simply surviving.

    For this reason I will have 7 female dwarves with ak 74u and mags in the boxes.
    This decision is based on pragmatism, and not on fetish. (I don't like women)

    1) The race needs to survive, and with 7 women I will have a good start
    2)I need an army, a small, army
    3)Being taller than the others, and the only male the natives will understand that i am the one in charge (also i will have a normal size ak 74)
    4) Dwarves are usually less mentally ill than the averange person, their women don't have crazy standards and they are well grounded.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >well grounded
      also that's a pretty short list of demands, it'll be a small task for the aliens to fulfill but not sure if you'll be allowed to bring another living being though but surely they'll figure something out

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    But i'm not abducted by aliens???

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >let me tell you all about that blue-haired homosexual calling himself "Maverick"

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    12 boxes of 35lbs plates and 1box of collapsible weightlifting bar

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >an ecosystem identical to the pacific northwest.
    A P90

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Fricking arirals and their pranks, I sweat to god!
    Ok, once I stole their purple melon-pumpkin thing from their picnic, but that doesn't mean they get to harrass me to no end. I thought they had abandoned it, I didn't know they were watching me in stealth-suits.

    They already spray-painted my house and threw rocks at my window.

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >you may request anything you want
    Matter replicator/recycler
    I'll either end up building my own fetish holodeck or a space ship to leave this dump.

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    rate my setup

    a selection of curated seeds (i already have a compendium of 75 seeds irl)
    books on survival & crafting that'd be able to be done anywhere, as in stone tools, shelters, traps, baskets, etc
    some books for entertainment
    a bible
    some titanium camping cookwear
    some enameled cast iron cookwear
    a set of clothes that would cover each season
    some axes & knives
    a singlejack & a sledge hammer
    a titanium spear & a couple extra heads
    some firestarting kits
    some titanium poles
    tarps
    a frickload of 550cord
    some titanium animal traps
    some titanium fish traps
    1 Savage A22 Takedown rifle & 3000rd of 22lr
    1 scout rifle & 1000rd of .308
    a 22lr rifle cleaning kit & a .308 rifle cleaning kit
    a couple mirrors
    some antibiotics & general medical supplies
    vitamins
    flashlight & batteries
    and some rations

    i'm assuming this set of things is probably cutting it close on weight, if not, just add more shit to the pile i guess
    i'd also have to see the stuff in person to actually pack it by what is needed from short term to long term
    the crate i'll take down with me will have some clothes, an axe, a knife, a firestarting kit, camping cookwear, the A22 with 400rds, a few rations, medical supplies, vitamins, the titanium poles & tarp to make a basic shelter, 550 cord, a fishtrap, a couple small animal traps, some seeds, a small mirror, and a flashlight with some batteries, i'm guessing that'd right at the max of 35lb
    for the 2nd supply drop, i'd like it to be the .308 & 400rds of ammo, some more clothes, the two cleaning kits, some books, some seeds, and maybe a few other things like an enameled cast iron pot
    i mostly just want the important stuff out of the way, that way i can be able to build a camp & learn the land
    i imagine if i can make it past the first year, the 2nd will be much easier, though i'll most likely start getting quite malnourished, so during the 2nd i'd like to create a farm with some essential staple crops

    i'l probably die by winter though

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      OP, can these boxes contain living things?

      >a selection of curated seeds
      Could be useful if you have experience gardening. Do you?
      >cookware
      Why both cast iron and titanium? It's redundant, and given how precious weight is cast iron cookware seems very wasteful.
      >slegehammer
      useful, but man that weight cost....

      The rest is fairly logical, but I'm seeing some really obvious shit you're missing: containers, a saw, binocs or similar, soap, salt, water purification methods (redundant, just like methods of starting fires) sewing supplies...

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >do you have experience gardening?
        >he asks the seed collector
        I would wager anon has fostered a sprout or two

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          anon, there's tons of "preppers" who have zero experience and just consoom things on a checklist. there are tons of companies pushing "survival seed kits", and lots of morons who buy them thinking they're all set for doomsday but in reality have no idea which of those seeds will grow in their area, when to plant, how deep to plant, etc. I didn't want to make assumptions, hence my question. Seeds are great to pack if you know how to plant them. If you don't then you need to learn before they become useful.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Could be useful if you have experience gardening. Do you?
        i do, and currently am
        >Why both cast iron and titanium? It's redundant, and given how precious weight is cast iron cookware seems very wasteful.
        the cast iron is for long term, and the titanium is for short term / travel, because imagine if you had to live the rest of your whole life cooking from a glorified tin can?
        >useful, but man that weight cost....
        i wouldn't want to use a axe as a hammer, its both dangerous & wasteful
        though, thinking about it, i should have chosen a maul instead of a sledge hammer, more use
        >The rest is fairly logical, but I'm seeing some really obvious shit you're missing: containers, a saw, binocs or similar, soap, salt, water purification methods (redundant, just like methods of starting fires) sewing supplies...
        containers fits for the plants i have, bushel gourds will to the job
        saws don't last forever, but i guess a few wouldn't hurt as they don't weigh much
        binocs are give or take to me imho
        soap is taken up by soapwort
        water purification is taken up by boiling, but i guess some tablets & a canteen would be good
        and i actually forgot to add sewing supplies, but i guess i could scrounge some from the medical supplies though

        https://i.imgur.com/RwzLCHF.jpeg

        anon, there's tons of "preppers" who have zero experience and just consoom things on a checklist. there are tons of companies pushing "survival seed kits", and lots of morons who buy them thinking they're all set for doomsday but in reality have no idea which of those seeds will grow in their area, when to plant, how deep to plant, etc. I didn't want to make assumptions, hence my question. Seeds are great to pack if you know how to plant them. If you don't then you need to learn before they become useful.

        my collection started as a 50/50 of merely liking plants & "prepping" because fallout (the fps ones) was super interesting to me
        so from like 2008 onward i've been making my own little list of seeds, though its not about prepping as much as it is about being self sufficient & eating healthy now
        if you'd like, i can post the list in image form

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >because imagine if you had to live the rest of your whole life cooking from a glorified tin can?
          I love cooking so that absolutely bothers me. And I love CI cookware. But it's just too damn heavy when you only get a very limited amount of weight to bring over.

          >saws don't last forever,
          No, but they're much more efficient than an axe for many tasks, and you can always bring a saw file so you can sharpen them. That kind of file is both tiny and lightweight.

          >if you'd like, i can post the list in image form
          I don't really care about the list, I just wanted to make sure you were learning to grow your seeds. The more you talk about making lists and the less you talk about actual gardening the more worried I get. But if youve been growing stuff since '08 you're on the right track.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            i'm mostly imagining after some years of living on the planet that i'd just devolve into a stoneage agrarian lifestyle (basically just an injun lol)
            the few things i'd have that would be metal or plastic would merely be there for pure convenience, thats why i'd have a good solid cooking pot that'll last me a lifetime
            though i'm more accustom to surviving in a desert environment, i imagine i could tough it out long enough to parse the books i'd have brought along
            i think the biggest worry is disease more than anything else, i'm gonna be alone & if i get 1 bad fever or gangrene, i'm dead, theres just no helping it

  15. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    this guy works in a warehouse

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      a Styrofoam warehouse maybe.

      420 lbs of pregnant cats and rats. I may die but I'm ruining your planet's ecosystem along the way.

      pigs and mosquitoes would be a lot better.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Mosquitos is good but pigs are heavy.

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    420 lbs of pregnant cats and rats. I may die but I'm ruining your planet's ecosystem along the way.

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