RDR2 Panther: Hunting, Location and Pelt
RDR2 Panther Hunting Tips
What’s up, dawgs? It’s ya boy, straight outta South Australia, bringing you the lowdown on RDR2 Panther hunting. If you’re looking for the elusive big cat, you’ve come to the right place.
First things first, the RDR2 Panther is one tough dawg to hunt down. But don’t worry, I got your back. To start, you should know that the Panther only spawns in a specific area. So, if you’re in the wrong place, you won’t find it no matter what. Keep on reading to find out exactly where to catch this elusive cat.
Now let’s talk tactics. My number one tip is to be patient. The Panther is a sneaky dawg and you won’t find it right away. Check out the wooded areas and look for trails or clues that the Panther has visited the area recently. Using bait can also increase your chances of finding the Panther.
Another tip to maximize your hunt is to use a Bow or a Bolt Action Rifle with Express Ammo to get a clean headshot. Your prey will go down in one clean shot and you’ll get the perfect pelt.
RDR2 Panther Location
The Panther can only be found in Lemoyne, near the Braithwaite Manor. Dawgs, listen up, this cat is not easy to find. So, it’s crucial to head to the exact spot. Look for the panther in north of Lagras, between the ‘S’ and ‘W’ on the map. If you can’t find it in this area, don’t stress – the Panther will reappear every few days.
RDR2 Panther Pelt and Saddle
When hunting the Panther, you want to make sure you get the perfect pelt. Only a perfect pelt can be used to craft the Panther Trail Saddle or Trapper items. So, aim for the headshot!
Once you have the perfect pelt, head over to the Trapper to create the Panther Trail Saddle. This saddle will increase your horse’s stealth and help you evade predators. It’s a real game-changer, dawg.
RDR2 Panther Not Spawning
If you’re struggling to find the Panther, don’t worry – this is normal. Like I said, this cat is a sneaky one. But if you’re still having troubles try a few things:
– Leave and come back to the area after a few in-game days.
– Use bait, scent cover and the correct weapon to improve your chances.
– Try hunting at night, Panthers are active during the night.
Alright dawgs, there you have it. If you follow my tips, you’ll have the perfect Panther pelt and saddle in no time. Now, go out there and show the RDR2 world who’s boss. Peace out!