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So, how is my favourite Stalker mod of all time doing? :)
I'm looking forward to the next release! I've played countless Stalker mods, but Misery is certainly the most challenging, rewarding and immersive one!
You can have one active miscellaneous quest of every type active at the same time i.e. if a random stalker gives you a quest to obtain some artifact, you won't get next artifact hunt quest from random npc beforeyou finish the active task, but you may get a quest to obtain some weapon or supplies unless you're already pursuing such objective. Once you finish a miscellanous quest you need to wait some time (around 24h) to get a next one. It seems, that it's also tied to the faction, since you can get a weapon hunt quest from a loner and a dutier/merc at the same time.
Thanks bro + !
Is this one of the mysterious military stalkers clad in mysterious black armor and doing mysterious deals with mysterious duty members?
Hey there guys, I would have a small suggestion.
I love playing with dynamic hud mask on (i.e. with a view like from inside a helmet), it gives the immersion a really nice boost. What bothers me is the exoskeleton helmet, you can't see s..nork through it.
My suggestion would be the following
1. Separate Exo from the helmet (like in Misery), it would also give some customisation options like Exo and SEVA helmet and so on. Actually I would split the 99% of the suits from their helmets
2. Rework the Exo HUD mask to make it more transparent:)
Regards from Rostok!
Thanks for the answer!
Are you planning to tweak the guns a bit too? In this case the more the merrier;)
I would sheet my pants!
Soooo, is it true, that some of the popular addons are going to be incorporated into the next CoC or is it just some Controller lurking in the comments?
Do you remember Beorn the Skinchanger from the Hobbit movie? It was his kinsfolk. They're hardy people living between the Mirkwood and Misty Mountains, fighting constantly with the goblins and keeping safe passage throught the mountains. The're rather simple and not so fancy like Gondorian or Elves, but they're strong, brave and always short on f*cks to give.
I would restrict the RPG and Bulldogs to the certain levels and make them rare. AI combines the all-seeing eyes with an aimbot and some degree of stupidity and the result is volatile, during CQC you can expect a military expert to fire an RPG at you at point blank range with his collegues still on the firing line. It may cause some hilarious fails though, I can imagine running through Pripyat and hearing random explosions from nearby buildings, coupled with bodies flying out of the windows :D
When it comes to the equipment of stalkers then I would stay at the current system, where the experienced stalkers can lay their hands at shinier stuff and rooks use whatever scraps they could find. It would be seriously annoying if during the endgame the rookie bandits would be chasing you around with a sausage, a bandage and a FT2000 in their backpacks. Certain level od advancement would be an option, but it's IMHO easy to take it too far. The other way would be allright, it would be logical to see sometimes veteran stalkers using their trusty, if albeit a bit outdated shooting sticks.
Thank you for a quick response! :)
Hey fellow stalkers, I have a question for you. I've noticed that my relations with factions aren't changing in positive way, I've done tons of quests for loners/ecologists and there is no change. The values in PDA are still showing big yellow 0. Is it possible, that my favourite game engine just got something wrong? Thanks in advance and may the cheeki breeki be with you
Russian tech either breaks down immediately or never.
I will do yet another attempt at translating one of my native jokes. Wish me luck:)
A terrible drought has struck a small, tribal village in the middle of the savanna. In a last ditch effort the tribe gathers around the shaman's hut, begging for his help. The shaman rounds up everybody and asks: "Does anybody have some water left?", in response, one man utters silently "I still have some, take it" and gives it to the shaman. The shaman pours the water into the bucket, takes off his shirt, washes it, hangs it and throws the water away. "Does anybody have some more water?" he repeats. People are confused, yet some other man gives him his waterskin, shaman then proceeds to empty it into the bucket to wash his trousers. People are getting angry, yet the shaman asks one more time "Does anybody have some more water?". He gets a waterskin and uses to water to wash his underwear. The people around him already want to beat the crap out of him, but then the dark clouds start to show up on the sky, and a storm comes!
Seeing this, the shaman utters "It always f*ucking rains whenever I do the laundry".
A stunning young woman is sitting on a bench in a park, reading a book. After a while, a young and also handsome man sits nearby; "Hey girl, what are you reading", he asks, looking over her shoulder. "A sex compendium", she replies. "And did you found anything intresting there?", he asks further. "Yeah, here stands, that the best lovers are Native Americans and Jews" she says with a smile. The man stands up and announces "I forgot to introduce myself, Moses Winnetou, at your service!"
Even in the days of the long forgotten past, there was a country, ruled by the CSars, that was towering over the Europe.
The RushBian Empire.
It is known.
It must have been a tough constipation
"HELP! I'm dying... of poverty"
"Arise, arise, Riders of Théoden!
Fell deeds awake, fire and slaughter!
spear shall be shaken, shield be splintered,
a sword-day, a red day, ere the sun rises!"
I will overlook every bug or hardcoded handicap in this mod, if it will be possible to poke the Sauron in the eye with the Banner of Rohan.
I've read the FAQ and couldn't find my question.
Are you going to implement some kind of HUD or at least the different first-person-view depending on the currently worn helmet? It would be really neat to have even a simple HUD on the advanced military suits. It would greatly boost the immersion IMO.
Anyway it is one of the most pleasing mods to look at ;) Regards
Be careful of your wishes. Here, in this community, they may come true in a surpsing way!
Yeah, I had to pick up my jew from the floor.
Some time ago, I took my motorcycle for a short ride, you know just for fun. I was riding along a straight, empty road and saw a pigeon chilling in the middle of my lane. I was pretty sure, that the bird is going to take off and just kept blasting. The pigeon took of, for sure, but he did it, like 3m before my bike. I saw this birdbrain flying against my face, so instead of trying to dodge it, I heave headbutted him. I've no idea why, so don't even ask. Apart from the slight neck pain, I had to stop and wipe a considerable amount of crap and feathers from my visor.
That's also why you should always wear a helmet. No excuses.
In fact, there are so many other polish bad words, that if you know them all and are able to combine them with prepositions, then you're able to say well, pretty much anything you want.
I've heard, that french tanks have 5 reverse gears and only one forward gear - in case of the enemy attack from behind.
Bruh, if you ever happen to be in Nordrhine in Germany, let me know, ok? I live here now and need sometimes a drinking buddy!
CadianConscript I come from Poland (from Silesia, to be more accurate) and I had the opportunity to spend some time in Prague (Czech Capital). I've had great time, for sure, but don't ask me what I was doing there, becasue frankly, I can't remember the many details really well.
Czech beer, and surprisingly, wine too, are also really good!
If the game presents you with Cathars in a village then just reload the save, it helps sometimes.
In the open, they're one of the easiest bandits to fight with, because of their lack of shields and/or ranged weapons. In fact, they present you one of the best ways to get decent stuff, renown and tons of experience in the early game. Just get yourself a quick horse (courser would be best) and a long lance. Now, couch your polearm and run around the enemies in circles, whenever you see an opprotunity to strike, take on of cathars down. Don't take risks! Since one their hit may take you down, if the attack seems to be to dangerous, then just kill the enemy's horse and finish the dehorsed Cathars later. Always look where you ride and try to run around your enemy clockwise;) Using the simplest lance and starting horse I was able to take even 50 Cathars down at once without bigger problems, it just take me some time.