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A child with an odd ability stuck in a strange land. A dangerous natural environment inhabited by a strange civilization. Vane is an open-world adventure game based on mystery and exploration. Vane is a single-player game being developed by a few ex-members of The Last Guardian team. The game focuses on unraveling the mysteries of an unknown land via exploration, puzzle-solving and other features yet to be revealed, in an atmospheric and powerful setting.

Release Date: Release Date N/A

Developer: Friend & Foe


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Questions & Answers

  • Blazer Vanes?*********

    What is the difference between blazer vanes and regular vanes, besides their size?

    Tried out the blazer vanes last year as a skeptic. I am now a believer.If you shoot a whisker biscuit, they are the best vane to use.The stiffer blazer vanes control a broadhead as good as a 5 inch feather does. And when the blazer goes through the air, there is virtually no noise like a regular vane or feather makes. The arrow actually shoots flatter when the blazer vane is used. This is either due to fact that while the blazer controls the arrow by creating faster rotation with less drag then the regular vanes or a combination of less drag and less weight. Try them, you'll love them.

  • What is wind vane???

    Wind Vane The weather instrument called a weather vane or wind vane, measures the direction that the wind is blowing. The weather vane works by pointing in the direction that the wind is blowing. If the head of the arrow is pointing to the northeast, then the wind is coming from the northeast. The wind vane was invented 3500 to 4000 years ago according to the ancient writings. The earliest weather vane was built by the astronomer named Adronicus. It was the figure of the Greek god Triton whose body was made up of the head and torso of a man and the tail of a fish. This weather vane was between 4 to 8 feet long.

  • How to describe wind vane?

    a wind vane can be described as an indicator to show the wind direction. When describing wind it is named from where it is coming, i.e. a North wind is blowing FROM the north. (ocean currents are the opposite, they are named for the direction they are flowing.) A wind vane can be made out of virtually anything which can be made into a flat sided object which has a centrl pivot running through the central vertical axis. it sits on a verticle pin, sharpened at the top to reduce friction. The tail of the vane (i.e. the downwind part) is slightly larger in area than the front. When the wind blows, the vane spins on it's axis.The contant blowing of the wind against the sail part (tail) holds the pointed end towards the originating air flow. Most wind vanes have a cross assembly showing North South East or West for ease of reference for wind source.

  • Why do archery arrows always have 3 vanes (feathers?

    Hi there, i have always wondered why it is that arrows always have 3 vanes (feathers) surely there could be 4 vanes (this would make it easier to load the arrow, as both ways of

    3 vane or feather configuration stems from traditional style archery needing to prevent their feathers from getting beat up by the riser as they pass over the shelf. Modern configurations are 3@120, 4@90, 4@75/105, 6@60. Why the extra fletchings? Two reasons...arrow stabilization and broadhead control. Fletchings create drag, which helps an arrow steer itself along the path you want it to go upon release. And, when fletched in an offset or helical, it imparts spin to the arrow shaft, further enhancing stabilization, and minimizing "archers paradox", which is the inherent shaft flex or whip caused by the energy transfer from the string to the arrow. Why not just 2 vanes? There are some die hard traditionalists that still shoot only 2 feathers, but those feathers are huge in comparison to the more common and popular sizes. 2 feathers or vanes has great potential to cause steerage issues. If one vane is lighter or stiffer, you get very erratic arrow flight. Having a third tends to offset the variances, but not completely. Top level competition archers will scale each vane or feather to match weights as perfectly as possible when they fletch their arrows. They are religious about their gear, and keeping everything as can be. They scale their arrow shafts, they float test their shafts to detect the heavy side of the shaft, and fletch with their odd vane to the light side of the shaft. They are convinced it makes for better consistency, and i understand where theyre coming from. Im not about to float my arrows unless i flat miss and it ends up in the pond.



    A wind vane measures wind direction. The wind can vary in a number of ways both in terms of its speed and also its direction. As a result, different pieces of equipment are needed to measure these different characteristics. Weather vanes are one of the oldest of all weather instruments; working by swinging around in the wind to show which direction it is blowing from. Traditionally, weather vanes had a religious importance and appeared in the form of weathercocks on church roofs as early as the 9th Century AD. The head of the cockerel would point into the wind, indicating the direction the wind was blowing from. Another device used to measure the wind is a windsock. This instrument is found mainly at airports, seaports and other open areas such as mountain roads where a very visual indication of the wind is needed. Windsocks actually show both the direction and speed of the wind. The direction is shown when the wind blows into the open end and the sock points the way the wind is blowing. The shape and movement of the windsock give an indication of wind strength. If it is flapping about gently the wind is only light, whereas if it sticks out in a straight line the wind is much stronger. This information is very useful to people on both ships and planes, and sometimes to car drivers too.

  • How do you build a wind vane?

    This is the plans for a very crude wind vane but it will work Because this one requires some sharp tools and edges it's not really suitable for kids to attempt, so I've given Katie the day off, but of course the children will still be able to use it when it's finished. Here's what you'll need: A length of wood to use as a mast, I've used a broom handle. A second piece of wood 18 inches long. Some light, but strong weather proof material to make the head and tail of the vane, I used a couple of tin foil pie dishes. A nail and a washer. Take your 18 inch piece of wood and cut two vertical slots in the ends, these are to hold the head and tail. Take the broom handle and drill a hole in the top. Drill a hole exactly half way along the other, shorter piece of wood and place it on the end of the broom handle, securing it with the nail. The washer should be placed in between the two pieces and the shorter piece should be able to rotate freely on the end of the broom handle. Now take your pie dishes and cut out a triangle for the head and a squarer shape for the tail. Slot the head and tail into the ends of your 18 inch length of wood, securing then with glue or a small nail if necessary... and voila! One home made weather vane. As with the rain gauge it should be placed in a place where it is as exposed as possible to the elements. You've got to have the right tool for the job It won't work if it's hidden behind a wall. Try and attach it to a fence post or place it right in the middle of the garden, but a word of warning if you've used tin foil for your head and tail why not trim them with tape so that no-one cuts themselves on them. Now your new wind vane won't tell you how strong the wind is, but it will tell you which direction it's blowing from. The arrow head will point to the direction of the wind, so if the arrow is pointing to the west, then the wind is blowing from the west. Now, I just hope Mrs M doesn't want to sweep the kitchen floor today, seeing as how her broom handle is otherwise occupied.

  • How do weather vanes work?

    The weather vane is a lever with a central pivot. One end of the lever has an arrowhead and the other has a vane which is, in effect, a sail. When the wind blows, it can hit the surface of the vane with a force of up to 50 psi depending upon its speed, and so the force acting upon the out-of-centre sail will make it move and turn around the pivot. As it does so the effective area reduces until it is at its minimum with the arrow pointing in the direction of the wind when only its thickness is exposed and in that direction, along the lever, the wind's force will have no effect. If the vane swings too far then the other face of the sail will come into the wind and it will swing back until it stabilises. The shape of the vane, does not matter as long as there is sufficient area on one side of the pivot and much less on the other.

  • Can someone give me a quite detailed explanation of the character "mrs vane" from "the picture of dorian gray"?

    please :)

    Mrs. Vane - Sibyl and James's mother, is an old and faded actress. She has consigned herself and Sibyl to a poor theater house to pay her debts. She is extremely pleased when Sibyl meets Dorian, being impressed by the promise of his status and wealth. Mrs. Vane’s attitude is more realistic and down-to-earth. She wants her daughter to think of her career. The situation is complicated by the fact that the Vanes owe Mr. Isaacs fifty pounds, a good deal of money, as Mrs. Vane points out. On the other hand, Mrs. Vane is willing to consider marriage for Sibyl if it turns out that Dorian is wealthy. Mrs. Vane feels ill at ease around her son, fearing that he might suspect some secret that she keeps. Mrs. Vane is the fallen woman with a crusty exterior but a good heart. She was ill-treated by the wealthy, privileged, married man who fathered her children. Because Sibyl has fallen in love with a gentleman just as her mother did, the reader can’t help but wonder if her romance will end as tragically as her mother’s. I think this will help you to further expand it. God bless you Rajasir http://www.rajasirji.webs.com

  • Chavez Jr vs Vanes Matirosyan?

    12 rounds jr middleweight who wins how and why

    Vanes Matirosyan is a really good Jr. Middleweight prospect. He trains out of the Wild Card Gym with Freddy Roach after and short stent with Ronnie Shields down in Houston. He's consistently improved from one fight to the next,but the downside to that is fans don't really get to see much of him on TV. The biggest difference between Vanes Matirosyan and Julio Ceser Chavez Jr. is that Matirosyan is actually being devolved as a fighter, versus Chavez who's pretty much milking his last name by beating up journeymen. Matt Vanda troubled Chavez and at this stage of his career 30 some odd fights Matt Vanda should be a walk in the park. Vanes Matirosyan by Stoppage

  • Which way does the arrow point on a weather vane where the wind is coming from or where the wind is going too?

    A weather vane, also called a wind vane, is a movable device attached to an elevated object such as a roof for showing the direction of the wind. Very often these are in the shape of cockerels and are called weather cocks. Arrows are also popular, but a multitude of designs have been used. The weather vane must be balanced so that half its weight is on either side of its axis, but also designed so that the momenta about the axis of the areas exposed to the wind are unequal. This unequal momentum causes the vane to rotate to minimize the force of the wind on its surface. The design of the vane causes the end with the smallest momentum to turn into the wind, pointing to the source of the wind. Because winds are named from their source direction, the pointer enables the viewer to name the wind easily. Most simple weather vanes have directional markers beneath the pointer, aligned with the geographic directions. The pointer must be able to move freely on its axis. To obtain an accurate reading, the weather vane must be located well above the ground and away from buildings, trees, and other objects which interfere with the true wind direction. Changing wind direction can be meaningful when coordinated with other apparent sky conditions, enabling the user to make simple short range forecasts.