I just want to state that I apologize if my comments come off as annoying. I understand things take time, I really do. People also have other things to deal with besides DayZRP. But when I am in several Discords, trying to play with a lot of different people or groups that play on the server and they have stated similar things but aren't vocal about it in the DayZRP platforms, I will be the one to be vocal about it. If I see a problem, I want it to be brought to people's attention. I am not staff, so I can not attempt to fix it that way and I will never be staff so that channel is not open for me to use as a tool.
Challenger, I was in the group. I don't blame staff, everyone quit on their own volition. The comments that you keep making here though and elsewhere on the forums is uncalled for and frankly kind of flame baity. It's as if you want someone to respond in a manner that would incite an argument. Why make those comments?
So I am just curious what this means to you, because to me this sounds like what was said was Potius, in no way, will work on the server now. So basically Gary says he is talking to LMs already and had already stated that previously, but the consensus is that it will not work.
I mean, I could go back, screenshot some things. I remember there being a statement along the lines of "Try something else Gary, it's not going to work". But maybe then it would be taken out of context, right?
The conversation that was had in Discord made others as well as myself think that Gary's new version of Potius, no matter what, would be denied. That was the consensus. And what is the issue with certain factions being overpowered? That would make factions be able to take on a power player role, where other factions would gather together to fight them or take power from them. You know, like in real life. That's what they did in mod, and from what I've heard it worked out great and everyone had some good times. It makes things more exciting. I also don't blame the staff team for the archival of RF. That was a decision made by RF members. The issue at hand was placing all your eggs in the same basket, so to speak, or maybe not even being willing to work with people on certain things. And how long have people been asking for Deer Isle? Months Para, how long is too long for it to take to implement new things that are requested by a lot of people? What about other content? New mods that add new features, new items that aren't just retextures? What is a reasonable time frame for those things to be implemented?
After seeing the direction the server took I have changed my opinion. After the archival of RF it seems the servers lore was doomed. Maybe we should just stop with these highly detailed lore wipes because it gets everyone excited. They’re hyped up and told this lore wipe will be different. It’ll be super detailed and we’ll have cool events and badass factions. Maybe don’t even bother lore wiping anymore. What was needed was a change of scenery. Maybe a smaller map to centralize the roleplay more?
Now we have Russian only lore.. without the Russians?? Now everyone has basically been pigeon holed into doing shit they don’t even want to do just to get approved on the server. @GaryCash has basically been told to forget doing the roleplay he actually likes. You’re basically telling the guy who brings in new role players and makes big groups that provide RP to fuck off because his group doesn’t fit the perfect Russian only lore. He even said he’d work with LMs to make it work but was still told no and that’d he would be denied. Smh. At the end of the day though, it doesn’t matter. The community keeps asking for things to make the game fun and it’s basically ignored.
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Why not just nerf the tank zombies and increase speed slightly? Armored infected make sense, the tank part doesn't. Make them tougher then regular, unarmored infected, but keep them at a reasonable level.