How To Survive The Hanborough Disaster July 13, 2021 July 13, 2021 admin

You know you want to be a pilot in the sky, but that’s only half the fun.

You’ve got to be good at landing, climbing, and maneuvering.

To help get you started, IGN has a look at the essential skills that will help you survive Hanborough, the most devastating earthquake to hit Australia in decades.

1.

Know your altitude.

While it’s best to get out of the way of a tsunami, if it’s high enough you’ll probably be fine.

In the US, the highest peak at which to land is Mount Everest, which is just over 2,700 feet.

For the uninitiated, that’s about half a football field.

If you’re going to be landing at a peak, you’ll want to land as high as possible.

It’s important to remember, though, that the closer you are to the crest of the wave, the more the wave is likely to hit you.

That’s why it’s so important to be able to land in a location with a clear view of the ocean.

If the water is rising rapidly, the view will become blurry, and your parachute won’t have enough lift to keep you from sliding.

2.

Land at the right time.

If possible, land at a spot with plenty of clear visibility.

The easiest way to do this is to land just above the crest, but you’ll need to get there on the far side of the peak to get a clear shot of the water.

The higher you land, the closer the wave will come, and the more you’ll be forced to stay still and watch it. 3.

Get up early.

It won’t be until the tsunami hits that you’ll really feel the impact of the quake.

In fact, for most people, it won’t even be until about 15 minutes before the wave reaches you that you’re really going to feel it.

That means it’s better to get up early to avoid getting too close to the wave.

That way, if the water level drops, you can be safe.

If it’s still too high, you could be stranded and at risk of losing your life.

4.

Don’t be a hero.

Most people who die in an earthquake won’t know that they’re in danger until they’ve seen the water come crashing down.

So, it’s important that you get out in a timely fashion.

When the water has risen so high that it’s impossible to see your parachute, just make a U-turn and run out of there.

Don´t be a coward, because you’ll end up in a worse situation than if you just went straight for the water and died.

5.

Know where to go.

Most likely, you will be able.

That´s because the tsunami is so high and you’ll see the tsunami coming closer and closer, and it’ll start to make more and more waves as it approaches.

So make sure you’re on top of that, because if you fall into the water, it could be quite a disaster.

6.

Use your parachute to get you out.

As soon as the wave starts to hit, just use your parachute as a parachute to reach the surface.

As the wave comes up and you hit the ground, you may not even know you’re floating.

You’ll be able just by seeing it.

This is because the parachute doesn’t have to be very high.

If your parachute is too high in the air, you won’t need to use it, and you won´t need to be in the water at all.

7.

Get your life jacket and other gear.

If there’s a big wave coming, your life vest is the best thing you can use.

That parachute will make it easier to get to a higher place, so you’ll never need to worry about getting in the way.

You also need to wear your lifejacket, because it’s the only way to get your parachute out of it.

If everything else is out of place, like your life vests, you’re likely going to need to take the life jackets.

8.

Don your parachute.

If anything goes wrong, just put it back on and try again.

The parachute will probably have made it to your feet anyway, so it’s only going to make things worse.

9.

Watch out for people.

If a tsunami comes and the water comes close to you, you need to make sure that there aren’t people around you.

If that’s the case, just keep your head above water.

If someone is there to watch you, they may be able help you get to safety.

10.

Donate to relief.

If this is your first earthquake, you probably don’t have a lot of money.

If so, the World Vision Disaster Relief program is an amazing place to start.

The organization provides basic necessities like food, water, clothing, and shelter.

You can even donate your own money to their cause.

You don’t need a bank account or any kind of