Updating the bug template to be a little closer to what we use internally. A few members on the forum have either put up an example or posted bugs in this fashion and they have been a bit easier to read. Thank you everyone! If you have an issue, or one happens to have you, please feel free to do the following: Attempt to parse through the bugs already posted to see if someone has reported the same or similar issue to yours. If you find an issue the same or similar to yours, please respond to that thread and let us know. This helps us keep track of how many people are experiencing that issue. If you cannot find an issue the same or similar, no worries. We've had quite a few things reported or discussed in the bug forums and I can't blame you too much. Please have a go at creating your own post for this new issue using the following template: An example would be; Platform: Xbox or 360 Game: YOSE or State of Decay Title: A Feral zombie stole ate my ice cream (not my brains) Frequency: 25% (How many times did you encounter the issue vs. not encounter the issue) Steps to reproduce: Launch State of Decay Create a New Game Find some ice cream Find a Feral Zombie Notice the behavior of the Feral zombie Observed Results: The Feral zed knocked me down and stole my ice cream!!! Expected Results: Feral Zombie don't like ice cream, they like brains. It should have eaten my brains, not stolen my ice cream. Note: It appears the agro range that Feral zed display for strawberry ice cream is 2 blocks larger of a radius than that for vanilla ice cream. I haven't tried chocolate yet. If you have a video or a screenshot, that would be absolutely lovely! They put a picture to your words and help us in reproducing your issue internally, which helps whoever is going to fix the issue... well... fix the issue. Attach that screenshot or video to the post at the bottom, after your description. Please understand that we can't and won't respond to each post, but we do read each and every post. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to explain these issues to us!