Started by ChaosXero, January 02, 2014, 07:52:13 PM
Quote from: Twilight on January 22, 2013, 08:17:47 PMGreb - To scavenge, forage, and if Whira is with you, loot the dead.Grebber - One who grebs.
Quote from: IAmJacksOpinion on May 20, 2013, 11:16:52 PMMasks are the Armageddon equivalent of Ed Hardy shirts.
Quote from: RogueGunslinger on January 02, 2014, 08:08:58 PMStamina in general is unrealistic, and trying to apply realism to the concept of regeneration will only cause frustration.
Quote from: Adhira on January 01, 2014, 07:15:46 PMI could give a shit about wholesome.
Quote from: Sephiroto on January 05, 2014, 04:00:26 PMI'd like to see gradual stamina drain and/or HP loss during the worst sandstorms, actually.
Quote from: RogueGunslinger on January 05, 2014, 05:27:35 PMActually on second thought, it'd have very little effect, considering there's no point in going out in the worst storms possible anyways because you can't see anything.
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Quote from: Sephiroto on January 06, 2014, 12:30:52 PMQuote from: RogueGunslinger on January 05, 2014, 05:27:35 PMActually on second thought, it'd have very little effect, considering there's no point in going out in the worst storms possible anyways because you can't see anything.My point in this is that people do it anyway. Some one with maxed direction sense can spam walk their way around Red Storm in the worst weather, but this simply shouldn't be possible without other repercussions. As it stands, too many people (myself included) spend an unreasonable amount of time in terrible weather and we act like it isn't there because we can still see.
Quote from: RogueGunslinger on January 06, 2014, 04:04:55 PMI really don't think direction-sense needs a nerf. If you make storms to hp dmg and stam drain people will spam-run through them even faster.
Quote from: ArmageddonMUD Help FilesThe two weather concerns of Zalanthans are the wind and the blowing sand which the wind drives. The wind can sometimes reach up to 90 miles per hour (roughly 150 km/h in real life), building into enormous gales across the flat wastes. When high winds pass over areas such as the Red Desert or the Sea of Eternal Dust, they invariably pick up huge amounts of gritty sand which they carry as mighty storms across the world.The greater the wind velocity, the greater the chance will be of sandstorms developing. Sandstorms cut down on visibility and can tire even the hardiest traveler in seconds. During the harshest storms one cannot even see one's hand in front of one's face.The wind itself can blow hot winds from the Salt Flats across the world, raising the temperatures in cities such as Allanak to well above 140 degrees (Fahrenheit, which is roughly 60 degrees Celsius).Two things may help against these forces of nature: one, that the weather is almost always worse downwind than upwind, and second that the worst conditions can always be found on the lee side of places such as the Red Desert. Careful attention to the winds and weather will assist travelers greatly.
Quote from: RogueGunslinger on January 06, 2014, 07:18:45 PMYou realize how inconvenient storms already are for players, right? Why are you trying to make the game more annoying. That doesn't sound very fun to me.This thread is a perfect example of why Storms are already annoying enough. There's probably a hundred threads bitching about how annoying storms are.
Quote from: Sephiroto on January 06, 2014, 07:45:29 PMWhy do you want to be running around in nasty sandstorms anyway?
Quote from: Classclown on January 06, 2014, 10:08:30 PMYou shouldn't try to spam walk to Storm in a storm without the proper skills, for various ig reasons and most people have cloaks and things to protect their skin from the actual sand swirling around.
Quote from: evilcabbage on January 06, 2014, 10:12:56 PMQuote from: Classclown on January 06, 2014, 10:08:30 PMYou shouldn't try to spam walk to Storm in a storm without the proper skills, for various ig reasons and most people have cloaks and things to protect their skin from the actual sand swirling around.
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