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A weapon damage modifier for STALKER: Call of Chernobyl. Now compatible with Outfit Addon! Woah!!!!

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Increased StCoP Damage (1.4.22)
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Kyle_K_ski
Kyle_K_ski

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A much needed mod for those of us who appreciate realistic values.

THANK YOU!

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InquisitorChaotic
InquisitorChaotic

Does this just flat increase damage, or does it increase bullet penetrations and damage to be accurate by caliber?

I'd love to have a mod where 9mm rightfully bounces off body armor, but kills unarmored people dead.

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TheRealSlimShady1 Author
TheRealSlimShady1

It just flat-out increases damage against NPC's, however you will still need to unload quite a few shots towards armored opponents. For example, in my savegame I have a Beretta 92f. It has nineteen shots. Now, if I go up against a snork, I have to put out maybe seven to ten shots in it to kill it. For armored targets (i.e. mercs or military soldiers) it would probably take maybe ten to twelve shots to kill them. They'll still be able to take on a lot of nine millimeter but they'll be realistically down from a burst of five 5.45 rounds to center mass.

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tehDman
tehDman

THANK YOU! I can't tell you how irritated I was getting at magdumping into people and them being totally fine and then getting myself slaughtered by a magic bullet.

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SuperPeopl
SuperPeopl

Can you make it workable with Call of Misery 1.0, please?

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TheRealSlimShady1 Author
TheRealSlimShady1

There is a way to make it compatible yourself. If there's a damage.ltx file in the mod, open it. Go to my mod and open the file as well. Grab the values for my mod, and replace the values over the other mod. I did this with Outfit Addon and it worked fine, so it should work good for you, too.

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cykablyat35
cykablyat35

Is there a way of changing all damage done by changing a single value? If ill have to edit every value in the ltx file it will take a while

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TheRealSlimShady1 Author
TheRealSlimShady1

Sorry for the late reply but unfortunately not. At least it's not as tedious as modifying each jobs pay, or modifying each weapon's damage values. Every change you make applies to every NPC luckily. Also you don't have to change the entire LTX file, just the first few sections on top. IIRC its the head and body section and thats it.

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cykablyat35
cykablyat35

ok

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vlad_8011
vlad_8011

Anyone have checked it with AO 3.1?

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