Half-Life 2: Short Stories is a team working on a group of modifications that take place in the same realm. A lot of the focus is on the story and gameplay, new innovative set pieces and puzzles. After the release of the first episode of Human Error, the team is planning to release more episodes and expand the characters and the world.

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Mr.Walrus
Mr.Walrus Dec 29 2009, 12:48pm says:

Lol I think that needs a bit of work :(

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AlekZanDer
AlekZanDer Dec 29 2009, 12:52pm says:

WTF?

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Mazzma
Mazzma Dec 29 2009, 1:06pm says:

too fleshy need the natural armor.

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turkey72
turkey72 Dec 29 2009, 1:16pm replied:

Remember, since the nihilanth died, none of the creatures of xen have armor anymore. They are just flesh and bone.

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Centaur1um
Centaur1um Dec 29 2009, 4:30pm replied:

Good point.

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Triden007
Triden007 Feb 14 2010, 3:26pm replied:

thats why its not that half life 1 hardish to kill them,
its like, 6 buckshots to finish one of them,
i think those monsters without armor really fits game karma

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EscheresquePolygons
EscheresquePolygons Jan 26 2012, 12:33am replied:

Yeah, due to the strange Garry's Mod enemy vs. ally cross-game where the HL1 Zombies attack the HL2 Zombies and vice versa, I have found that the HL1 Zombies are more powerful. Or, at least, they can kill a HL2 Zombie before it kills them.

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striker121
striker121 Dec 29 2009, 1:10pm says:

Uh...are its knees backwards? That thing is just plain disturbing and looks like it has random asymetrical bits growing out....I'd agree with Raider and say it needs some more work OR a better screenshot because this one might just be not so clear.

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Au-heppa
Au-heppa Dec 29 2009, 3:01pm replied:

I used the concept from Raising the Bar (page 27) as a reference, and didn't think about Vortigaunt's legs in HL2 (how they had been updated to have more knees). The legs are also a lot thicker than those of Vortigaunt's, so having more knees could be troublematic.

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zonbie
zonbie Dec 29 2009, 1:19pm says:

It looks way too small...

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Mischa_Silden
Mischa_Silden Dec 29 2009, 4:11pm replied:

Thought the same thing :D

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Ballsopt
Ballsopt Dec 29 2009, 4:59pm says:

too fat

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nopushbutton
nopushbutton Dec 30 2009, 2:28am says:

its legs are too far back while walking, it looks like it would fall over...
besides, if you put them further forward it would stand taller, right now it is a bit short

edit: actually I just watched the trailer and it looks fine, it just looks weird here for some reason

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ZitaX
ZitaX Dec 30 2009, 6:48pm says:

Best grunt i've seen so far in a mod! :D

Keep up the great work!

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Otter.
Otter. Feb 7 2010, 9:01am says:

It's good, but where did its body armor go?

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Megadave2003
Megadave2003 Feb 9 2010, 11:53am says:

this is it's natural view. when the nihilanth had armor on them it made them stand up straight and look bigger, now that all that is removed they look natural

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Dragonlord
Dragonlord Feb 10 2010, 3:55pm replied:

If they have though no body armor they should die with one double-shotgun blast against the head not taking three double-shotgun blasts to go down. That I would expect from armor not from flesh and bones... and an unprotected head.

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Triden007
Triden007 Feb 14 2010, 3:27pm says:

they arent small in front of you when you are playing ^^

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Dexter.InOrdinate
Dexter.InOrdinate Apr 9 2010, 6:07am says:

Looks great, but when the Nihilanth died, the COLLARS were taken off, weren't they? Either that or automatically destroyed.

IMO they need the armor.

The collar wasn't natural armor, it was a sign of enslavement, and was probably something to torture the vorts once they got out of hand.

HERE: Half-life.wikia.com

There's a vort with a collar, IN Half-Life 2. And in Decay, the collar was taken off for tests. Is it supposed to just disappear?

And if they are taken off, which they probably are, why wouldn't they keep them? IT'S ARMOR!

Still great model. Freaks me out a bit.

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