Carefully touch the walnuts with your left elbow, to see if they're contact poisonous. Wait a few seconds, and if nothing happens pick and crack open some and nibble a bit of one.
You touch the walnuts, testing for poison. Nothing happens. After that, you crack open one and nibble the inside. Tastes fine, looks fine, feels fine. As a final test, you wait a minute to see if anything happens. Nothing. They must be harmless.
[quote=Enderdash;/members/Enderdash;/forums/off-topic/forum-games/2364144-hunger-games-forum-game-reboot-welcome-to-the-1st?comment=33]try to find a weapon of some kind or make one and find water. Due to the lengthiness of the task of looking for water, it will be a side task. This way, you can still post what else to do while looking for water.
You begin your search for water while looking for some kind of makeshift weapon. After a minute of walking, you see a large sharp rock. Not wanting to waste the walnuts, you eat as much as needed before you can pick the rock up. After picking it up, you see that it flakes away in strips. It's flint. You pick up the flint and begin looking for a handle. After another minute of walking, you find a suitable, long, sturdy branch. You collect it and attempt different ways of attaching the flint to the handle. The grass is too weak, the leaves of the trees aren't long enough, and there are no other plants nearby. You end up putting the weapon search on pause while you look for some kind of string.
unravle part of your clothes, to get stiring (or cloth to stop bleeding if it happens)
With some help from the sharp flint, you manage to cut off a strip of cloth from the bottom of your pants. You then tie the flint and branch together and test its strength. The cloth holds, and the blade is sharp. You jab at a tree, testing the new weapon. It works great. Next, you walk a few metres away and attempt to throw the spear. As expected, it misses. At least you're good with melee.
Keep going. Look for any helpful plants, like fruits, vegetables, plants you can tie into rope, that sort of thing.
For thirty minutes you walk, but find nothing useful. After another five minutes, you come across a small lake. If you squint you can see the other side, but just barely. The water looks clean but there doesn't appear to be any animals in it or around.