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[MEGA THREAD] Items/Object - Depreciation/Wear & Repair/Maintenance

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How about some kind of Cloth Customization and repair? Example:

Repair: You fin new clothes that are damaged our you had a fist fight with a bear and your clothes are damaged that way, now you have to repair them. If you don't repair them you may freeze and you can get sick or freeze to death. Now you have a second t-shirt that is damaged as well, a blue one. You can rip it into parts (for example from a heavily damaged blue t-shirt you get 4 parts. Now if you use them, your damaged clothing have blue patches.

Customazitaion: If you find batches, or small bags, you can put them on your clothes. The small bags could be some kind of extra storage, so you can carry a chocolate bar or an ammo mag or something small like this in them. And im sure there are also more things you could put on youre clothes :D
 

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Well i like the customizing clothing quite a bit. In fact, you could expand on this idea to create gillie suits. All you need is DPM clothing, Sand bags ( of various colors) and a glue gun/needle and thread and you have yourself a gillie suit.
 
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Good idea! I thought about that as well, maybe you could use different ressources so you could change clolour and stuff and create a gillie suit that fits your recruiments?
 

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So as in real life guns can and will jam sometimes so I think this would be a good feature in the game where if the gun jams you have to either try to unjam it or switch weapons. Also in real life guns would need to be maintained after a while of use. So in game you would maybe have to find new parts to the gun or just add some lubrication oil?
 

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This idea is ingenious for this games realism factor....hopefully the devs will notice this (or a similar post) and include this in the game.

Good thinking batman

Edit:How on earth are one of my first few replies getting this many likes? 0_0
 
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Yeah it probably should be related to the guns state as a well maintained gun irl probably jams less often
 

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Yes you are indeed right @Billyhz a well maintained gun should not jam as easy as a gun that has been left alone unserviced for a while :)
 
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Ye, a great idea! But for the maintaince part i think it would cool if you only would neet to change parts if you don't take care of your gun and it breaks sometimes. So you could clean the gun and that stuff to prevent serveral parts from breaking.
 

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Senpai noticed us xD

At least we can look forward to this in alpha, beta or maybe even the full game (the many possibilities of so many good features makes me wanna go forward in time to february)
 

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The amount that the gun jams could vary on the environment you are in. For example if you were in a swamp or a sandy area the gun will jam a lot because of gun parts getting clogged up with mud or sand. Areas such as fields or indoors would be the opposite and jam less.
 
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Love the Idea, it will make a fire fight more dramatic and more fun, all of a sudden you could be in a close combat with someone when they run of and you pull out you gun to finish them of, it jams up and you would miss the opportunity to finish them of
 
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The amount that the gun jams could vary on the environment you are in. For example if you were in a swamp or a sandy area the gun will jam a lot because of gun parts getting clogged up with mud or sand. Areas such as fields or indoors would be the opposite and jam less.
Maybe you could also prepare your gun, for example put some kind of cloth around the imprtant parts with duct tape to protect them a littlebit so the enviorment maybe don't effect them that much.
 
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