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First all you need is:
Clothing(Something to blend in with trees.),
Survival Knife,
Swiss Army Knife,
Belt,
Extra pair of socks
And NATURE.






Every thing will be Explained through the steps.
 
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Step 1: Clothing

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      Now with clothing all you need is a camo jacket, a pair of pants, belt, socks and shoes.

      Camo jackets are useful in the sense of: their light, have many pockets, Keep you warm during winter, and if you get hot you can role up your sleeves.

       Pair of pants. DUH So its harder to cut your legs on any thing sharp and to keep little animals from crawling up your legs at night while you sleep.

       Belt, to keep you pants from falling down and you can carry your knife on it.

       Socks and shoes(or boots) are there to protect your feet from snake bites and other poisonious creatures.

        Also be sure to have a extra pair of socks. I know it sound rediculous but, When you have dry feet and no hypothermia later you'll thank me.

Step 2: Knives

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         Now Knives can do multiple things. You can carve a sharp point on the end of a stick( to hunt or fish). or you can use the knife to use as a self defense weapon(assuming you know how).

Note: Keep knife away until needed. No need to cut yourself.

Step 3: Nature

          As i said in the begining, NATURE. There is nothing you can't use. You could cook on a rock (assuming you can light a fire) , or sticks could be use to light fires and hunt. Animals, I know some may think "OH WELL THAT GROSS" or "NO WAY" but Listen if your hungrey enough, you will eat anything. Even leaves can be eaten.

Kool

Mattakers1 year ago
I could survive anything with 2 things. A phone and a good reception XD
owen57022 years ago
Just make the leaves u eat aren't poison oak. Lol
B2BSurvivor3 years ago
Wow, Kinda on the barren side. As one who has had to live through several situations where the sun did not shine for several days, ( in fact the overcast was such that it was nearly dark at noon) I would strongly recommend a quality, liquid filled button type compass.
I have met several persons over the years, who shared your enthusiastic "all I need is 3 or 4 items, and I can survive anything" attitude. I met them when we finally rescued them after a lengthy search. Did run across a few, unfortunately, who I never got to meet, due to the fact they were dead when we found them. They even had their knife and clothing and empty canteen and a few other useless items.
KittyF4 years ago
LOL you're assuming a lot there. assuming everyone knows how to spear an animal or make a bow and arrow or even SHOOT the thing if they did figure it out, or how to find or purify water, or light a fire. maybe you should have at least recommended a good book to get them started on their road to simplistic wilderness living.
Necro Phal (author)  KittyF4 years ago
The should be Instructables abiout that stuff any way
Blaaken4 years ago
Why not a paracord survival belt? you'de have like 50 feet of cordage and then you could also get a watch that has a build in compass and a band on it made the same way a paracord survival belt is which would get you about 10 feet of cordage right there, also you could get a magnesium flint stick to add to the kit. Also a small whetstone would be very useful.
Necro Phal (author)  Blaaken4 years ago
The sun rises in the east and sets in the west that all i have to say about the compass.
dkop14 years ago
I'd add a firestarter, and perhaps some rope.