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GreySkorpion Aug 13 2013 says:

Definitely a good idea! Damage isn't a real life value which can be measured like velocity, so its not realistic. Bullet type plus velocity and you can work it out yourself. Keep up the great work!

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grazegrabber Aug 14 2013 says:

Sounds good to me.

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Stealth-Killer Aug 14 2013 says:

Great!.. you can add different grains within the calibers too!

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Swartzy Aug 14 2013 replied:

Huh? No, I won't be doing that.

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Swartzy Aug 14 2013 replied:

I feel like a **** for the way I phrased that, let me explain:

Offering multiple grain types for each bullet type presents multiple problems:
1) In COP, you can only have 2 types of ammo per weapon. You can add more than that, but if you do they do not register correctly in the UI. You can see this problem in the current versions of Swartz mod as well as Misery 2.0.
2) Adding lots of different types of ammo causes trade clutter, which I want to avoid.

If this were a better game engine I'd say yes. Maybe when I make a mod for Lost Alpha I'll be able to do something like that.

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Stealth-Killer Aug 15 2013 replied:

No worries! :)
Well I hope dezowave gives stalker a real good fixin', cause it sure needs it!
And I'll be looking forward to your LA mod! ;)

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JackRabbitSlim Aug 14 2013 says:

I always equated damage to muzzle energy and bullet mass, bigger animals a bigger bullet to carry more energy further.

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Swartzy Aug 14 2013 replied:

I'd rather not do things by muzzle energy in the stats, even though that's how I've done a lot of damage calculations (in addition to muzzle velocity, size of bullet, and barrel length).

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rickpnick Aug 20 2013 says:

I think this is a great idea!

When I started playing STALKER a million years ago, I always thought the bullet damage stat was a bit arbitrary. People can see what the damage is after they shoot! Muzzle velocity is a very real statistic that's well documented, and can be used by anyone to calculate how much "damage" they'll get.

Well done!

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loner85 Aug 20 2013 replied:

Well said, "damage" is more an "arcade" value. It is just easy to look at it and say what damage the gun does.
The actual ammo the gun uses makes also one good part of the damage.

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almir1011 Oct 6 2014 says:

Good idea! Immersive description.

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I think "Muzzle velocity" is a better stat to have than damage is. Why? Because muzzle velocity coupled with barrel length and caliber determines damage. It seems to me that you can sorta gather what the damage of a weapon is going to be based off of it's muzzle velocity.

Good idea or bad one?

Also, Handling is now determined by cam_dispersion_inc instead of crosshair_inertion which doesn't determine handling to begin with (as far as I've noticed).

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