YOU CAN'T MAKE ME PICK ONLY TWO KNIVES, I LIKE ALL MY KNIVES!!! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!
Primary weapon: Big'ol sturdy black machete, good for hacking and slashing, pretty light and can be stored neatly in its sheath.
Secondary: Ulaks. Not as easy to story considering their strange shape and size but very lightweight and have the best skull-piercing potential out of all of my knives. ( Seriously, you don't know it until you hold one of these but the stabbing power they have is incredible )
Thick black leather jacket: not as protective as a reinforced motorcycle jacket but the toughest thing I've got that won't encumber me or be noisy when I move. It's not my warmest jacket either but it'll have to do. At least it will keep me and all the stuff in my tactical vest dry.
Tactical vest: worn under the leather jacket, not only does it add more protection, it also has several pockets ( 10 small pockets and 2 large backpack-ish pockets ) that greatly increase my ability to carry stuff while remaining comfortable and mobile.
T-shirt rolled around my neck: look, I don't really have any kind of real neck protection and it's just wrong to leave it exposed. Plus if the T-shirt I'm actually wearing gets too dirty, I can switch them around.
Sweater: beneath the tactical vest: yet another layer to prevent bites and to protect from the cold.
Long-sleeve synthetic shirt: extremely small and light, keeps me warm and takes literally no space at all over being naked.
Gloves: protect my hands, don't do much for keeping them warm though, with them not having any fingers. I can climb and grab things without fearing to injure my hands. Keep a bigger, warmer pair of gloves with me because I know my skinny little hands can't handle any time of cold for a long time.
Goggles: Protect my eyes from blood splatter, wind, rain, snow, anything that might impair my vision, really.
Black cargo pants: bought at a military surplus store, I've come to believe these pants are indestructible, comfortable and warm.
Longjohns: beneath the cargo pants, for that extra warmth.
Badass winter boots: Normally I prefer my running shoes because they're very light and allow me to be agile but in the long term, I do believe my winter boots will do better. They're much too thick to bite through, they'll keep my feet perfectly warm and dry in any condition and they still have enough grip to allow me to remain agile.
BELT: Where else will I put all of my knives but my trusty belt? Technically I've got two of them but one of them is part of the tactical vest.
Small backpack contents:
Assortment of very light spare clothes. Mostly socks, light synthetic fabric t-shirts and underwear. I've got my spare pair of black cargo pants in there. Also a tuque, to keep my head warm.
- Closest thing I've got to a medical kit is bandages and bandaids, so I take those.
- Roll of duct tape
- Zippo and Zippo fuel
- Battery charger
- My favorite drawing tools ( pencils and pens and stuff )
Tactical vest contents:
- Flashlight x2 and matches
- Throwing knives x5
- water bottle
- cellphone and charger
- Set of walkie-talkies
- Drawing pad
- chemical flares x8
- pack of small candles
- Two extra small pockets left for future items.
Cargo pants lower pocket content:
right pocket: note pad
Right pocket: map
I don't like having too many things in my pant pockets, it limits movement too much.
Quacker oatmeal packs ( maple flavored ) x10, 43g each, 430g total.
170g can of tuna
nutri-grain fruit bars x8, 300g total
Box of maple leaf cookies, 400g
710ml bottle of coka-cola