Long before the Spanish crown entrusted the Del Bosque family with the protection of this region, parties on horseback would sweep through the river valley in search of deer and wild boar. Since Cuatro Colinas became an official game reserve, it has been the top choice for hunters looking to explore Spain's wild expanses. Majestic ibex, prancing deer, vibrant landscapes and scattered remnants of Spain's history welcome all with a taste for adventure. This game reserve also gives you the ability to purchase the Martensson 6.5mm.
Location[edit | edit source]
The Cuatro Colinas Game Reserve is located in Spain.
Regions[edit | edit source]
|Llanuras de la Cosecha||Granja Ribereña|
|Campo de los Beatos||Lago de los Olivos|
|Dehesa Real||Pradera del Pintor|
|Colina Santa||Arboleda de Isidoro|
Huntable Animals[edit | edit source]
The romantic landscape of Iberia has an equally diverse cast of wildlife roaming its various biomes. Chase after the European hare in the brushes, walk alongside the majestic red deer or temperamental wild boar, and catch roe deer grazing in the fields. Keep an eye out for the silent Iberian wolves and search the cliffs for the daring Mouflon Sheep. For those of you yearning for a challenge, you have the Spanish Grand Slam, which is made up of the 4 Ibex breeds - the humble Ronda, the agile Southeastern, the strapping Beceite and the daunting Gredos.
Flora[edit | edit source]
If one had to describe Cuatro Colinas Game Reserve’s ambience, it would be with one word - regal. The region exudes both rich history and flourishing nature, ripe for your exploration. Its most distinguishing feature is its vast open fields, covered in sunflowers, olive groves, and lavender, surrounded by soft mountains. Framing the open areas are broadleaf lush and dry pine forests, providing perfect cover for cautious animals. The land is far from untouched though, as the marble quarry’s sharp angles create a stark contrast to the surrounding area.
Missions & Measures[edit | edit source]
Main article: Missions/Cuatro Colinas Missions
Cuatro Colinas Game Reserve spans a massive 25 square miles (64 square kilometers), and it will be your call whether you take off exploring the reserve and go your own way, or if you pick up the unique story with 14 new narrative missions, and 55 new side missions.
The land of Cuatro Colinas Game Reserve has had many different patrons, from the Kings of Europe who have wandered across the rocky dehesa, to modern hunters, equipped with the best of today's equipment. Now, however; Doña Alejandra del Bosque Garcia is straining under the responsibility that has occupied her family for centuries. Amidst troubling animal attacks, disgruntled farmers, family tragedy and hostile corporate takeovers, she must find a way to protect the very essence of what makes Cuatro Colinas a hunting ground worthy of kings. It is her destiny, and it could be yours too.
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Transcript: "My family has watch over these lands for centuries, I grew up here, stalking the forests, hiking the hills, reading the skies. My very soul is in twine with this place, this hunting ground of kings. I need a hunter like you, someone I can trust, to help me protect the farmlands and the flocks... Now is your chance to see a place like no other. As a girl, I chased European Hare in the brushes, walk alongside the majestic Red Deer, climb the cliffs in search of Mouflon Sheeps and watch the Iberian Wolves stalked theirs preys, but the pride and joy of our land are the Spanish Ibexes: The Humble Ronda, The Agile South Eastern, The Strumping Beceite and The Daughtings Gredos. Together, they are the Spanish Grand Slam, coveted by hunters all over the world. My family entrusted me with this place, it is my destiny... I believe maybe yours too. Come my friend, join me in the rolling wild of Cuatro Colinas."
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Cuatro Colinas is the seventh (7th) reserve of the game.
- Cuatro Colinas is the second (2nd) reserve of the game located in Europe (Hirschfelden being located in Germany).
- New species included the Iberian Mouflon, Beceite Ibex, Gredo Ibex, Ronda Ibex, Southeastern Spanish Ibex, Iberian Wolf and European Hare.
- The Red Deer (Hirschfelden and Parque Fernando), Roe Deer (Hirschfelden) and Wild Boar (Hirschfelden and Medved) are animals that were already present in previous maps.