Days of Valor is a first person wartime shooter. Focusing on teamwork, tactics, and squad based strategy to defeat your enemy. Defeating your enemy will not be an easy task. Kill your enemy and they will respawn. But siege control of vital tactical regions on the map, and cut off their supply lines will leave them without ammunition or medical supplies. Forcing them to retreat further and further into friendly territory until there is nothing left but your judgement.
War Supplies are Tools, Weapons, Armour, Ammunition, Medical Supplies and Vehicles. War Supplies are finite resources and can be gained from capturing and holding regions for extended periods of time. The longer a Region and its Supply Lines are controlled
Posted by GamerKnight on Apr 29th, 2013
What are War Supplies
War Supplies are Tools, Weapons, Armour, Ammunition, Medical Supplies and Vehicles. War Supplies are finite resources and can be gained from capturing and holding regions for extended periods of time. The longer a Region and its Supply Lines are controlled the more War Supplies are rewarded, up to a maximum predefined number. War Supplies are stored inside of a War Supply Depots, located inside of an HQ.
War Supplies are unique to each region, meaning that it is possible for Region A to have a plentiful supply of resources, but Region B could be completely void of supplies.
Supplies must be managed by each individual team member, and should be used sparingly to gain a tactical advantage. A player is limited to the amount of supplies he can carry on his person at any given one time.
Days of Valor has a classless based system, the items a player has equipped define what role he will be best at.
War Supply Depot
The War Supply Depot is room located inside of a “HQ Tactical Location” where war supplies are stored. War supplies are finite, but periodically resupplied if the region is connected to a Supply Line.
The main purpose of this room is to allow players to visually see what equipment is available. For example Armour, Weapons, Ammunition and Tools. This room must be big enough for twelve to thirty two (depending on map size) players to be inside at once. It should have a wide open area in the centre maybe with a table or equipment dividing the room. Equipment can be changed at any time in game by simply going to a War Supply Depot and interacting with the different pieces of equipment stored within.
Tools are items in the game that help accomplish a given tasks. For example, an axe can be used to chop down trees. Which can be used to block roads. Or to rig explosives to trigger when a player opens/uses a door/light-switch.
Used to increase a player health points up to a maximum predefined figure, or to revive a player who is temporally incapacitated. This resource can also be used to counter certain weather based effects such as Frostbite or Heatstroke. We are looking into how healing can be more interactive and team based.
Everything from a player's uniform, to the type of armour he wears to protect himself, such as a helmet.
Weapons are the items used in the game, that can reduce a player health points. Some weapons such as guns require ammo in order to deal damage, other weapons such as grenades are one time use but require no additional items to use them. Some items such as knives require no additional items to be used (Do they wear down or break?).
Ammunition refers to a finite amount of stored energy (mechanical, chemical, or electromagnetic) that can be used in conjunction with weapons in the game to deal damage (remove health points) to an object or player in the game.
Refers to an object in the game that can be driven by a player, see “Tank Warfare Mechanics” for more details.
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