INTO THE WILDERNESS (The Wilderness Series Book 1)
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The ODAP, a toxic amino acid, had not been detected by Clausen's previous studies of the seeds because he had suspected and tested for a toxic alkaloid, rather than an amino acid, as no scientist had previously suspected that Hedysarum alpinum seeds contained this toxin. The protein would be relatively harmless to someone who was well-nourished, with access to a normal diet, but would be toxic to someone who was malnourished, physically stressed, and on an irregular and insufficient diet, as McCandless was. 
a b Brown, Chip (February 8, 1993). "I Now Walk Into the Wild". The New Yorker. p.38. ISSN 0028-792X. Two entrances - one east of the Dark Warriors' Fortress (low level), one south-west of the Silk Chasm (high level)At 84 Thieving, players can loot the Chest (Rogues' Castle)s. There are three chests that are at the base of Rogues' Castle. The chest contains some decent rewards ranging from 1,000 minimum in value to approximately 40,000 gold, including various noted fish, runes, ores, and noted cut dragonstones. However, when a player loots from a chest, rogues within range will become aggressive, making this a dangerous but profitable method of money making. Krakauer, J., et al. (2015). "Presence of l-canavanine in Hedysarum alpinum seeds and its potential role in the death of Chris McCandless." Wilderness & Environmental Medicine. doi: 10.1016/j.wem.2014.08.014
McCandless' fatal trek: Schizophrenia or pilgrimage?". Anchorage Daily News. April 17, 1996. Archived from the original on June 19, 2008 . Retrieved May 30, 2008. Players teleporting into Wilderness will now get a pop-up warning t An eponymous 2007 film adaptation of Into the Wild, directed by Sean Penn with Emile Hirsch portraying McCandless, received a number of awards, including Best Picture from the American Film Institute.  Ron Lamothe's documentary The Call of the Wild (2007) also covers McCandless's life story. 
Among my friends and acquaintances, the story of Christopher McCandless makes great after-dinner conversation. Much of the time I agree with the "he had a death wish" camp because I don't know how else to reconcile what we know of his ordeal. Now and then I venture into the "what a dumbshit" territory, tempered by brief alliances with the "he was just another romantic boy on an all-American quest" partisans. Mostly I'm puzzled by the way he's emerged as a hero.