Aggressiveness determines how likely an animal is to attack.
A random percentage is drawn from a normal distribution with a mean of "Aggressiveness / 10" and a standard deviation of +/- 0.3% This is then divided by 4 and if it exceeds a random value drawn from a uniform 0 to 100 scale then the animal attacks.
Animals with an aggressiveness of zero never attack.
- Each animal pack has a chance to attack once every Cantr hour - The chance of attack is based on the aggressiveness of the pack, and its size. Larger packs are more prone to attack.
- Each animal which attacks selects a person at random in their current location and attacks that person.
- This means that one person could be attacked several times in one day.