I'm not really sure how true that is. It'd have to be noticeably better.
Usually in PVP, you go through a 30rnd pretty quick. The advantage comes in the mag size, especially when it doesn't take a lot normally to take someone down with 5.56.
i get what you're trying to do with the whole appeal to the community thing and it's cool, but you should send through an application on the forum section if you haven't already
if you take a look at the roster they're low on support and moderators, so i'd wager your chances are pretty good
Set up a bind with whatever application of your choice with an emote that appears in chat. Consider if it'd be visible with what you're wearing and whether you'd have it covered up.
Disadvantaging your characters with something is always a good way to improve your character and roleplay. No one likes a Mary Sue.
Do you think rural South Zagorians are really ordering Twitch merch to the point where you can find it in the same regularity as regular shirts? It makes sense to remove it.
It's always been immersion breaking.
I believe something similar, but not exactly this.
I'd put it like:
PvP complaints are partly influenced by IG hostilities deriving from group fights/and or events but are also largely influenced by a group's nature to dominate the server and it's roleplay (otherwise being the "big dogs"). As you said, when major complaints are generated, both sides should look to upgrade their RP.
I don't personally buy that every complaint stems from another group's fight or some roleplay event. Groups are created with the notion, all the time and rightfully so, to try and dominate. We've had examples in the past which dominated (some for too long) because they were good at it and others that cause a spark for a week or two and get faded away.
When these groups try to establish themselves and dominate (which is by their rights and creates roleplay), they sometimes go too far and this is what generates complaints.
I'm not entirely sure what these groups could do without downgrading their goals and stance on other groups. Maybe they could adjust their roleplay to the person that they're roleplaying with, or the nature of that particular group. Certain groups will not find any fun in constant initiations and may enjoy intimidation more, some don't mind fire-fights, some don't mind firefights but want them less frequently, some groups won't mind executions constantly and whenever realistic - others character changing torture. Groups should try and improve their roleplay, perhaps through greater communication.
Treat it like a relationship, talk to your partner (the other roleplay) post "the act" and see what they liked and didn't like.
... "it would be nice if the baby could turn into a NPC through time"
this is such a weird suggestion dude imagine if there were child npcs i dont even want to consider this
like in two months the item becomes a npc? wtf
Really great stuff today fellas, the town is really bustling.
Big shout out to @Baz and the pub Irish, really interesting dynamic with the Sergeant there. Hopefully we can sneak out for a couple of beers later.
@juggsdayzrp - shame that you lost the M249
Are we going to see a return of this wiki?
It showed a lot of real potential, for both the lore and in-game insights. Could potentially save the support team a lot of time.