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TheWraithPlayer

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  1. There needs to be some kind of downside to this. There's a reason people sleep in beds, hammocks, tents, and sleeping bags instead of just on the ground--it sucks, and is super uncomfortable. Even sleeping on carpet isn't as comfortable as it sounds.
  2. At the very least being able to install ordinary things such as roof racks and grill guards would be nice.
  3. Found a variety of different natural tinders here which would could be useful: https://www.survivalresources.com/natural-tinder.html Here are the different types that they recommended: Birch and Cedar Bark Cattail and Milkweed "Seed Down" Dried Grass Birdnests "Fatwood", usually from dead tree stumps (Conifer Heartwood, usually in sticks then shaved to start fires; something my father always swore by) Tinder Fungus Which of these would be suitable for Project Zomboid would be up to the devs discretion of course, but I personally have used Red Cedar Bark, Dried Grass, and "Fatwood" quite successfully to start small fires.
  4. That's the box that appears with the black background and white text while my game is playing correct? If so then it closes whenever it crashes. I may be miss identifying however, so if I'm wrong tell me what I'm looking for and I'll do what I can.
  5. I had paused the game to read the instructions on the new in game actions. Still paused, I hit the x to close out of it and instead the whole game ended.
  6. Went to sleep in a chair, game froze right before my character woke up, and a Windows Alert appeared saying Project Zomboid wasn't responding and asking me to close the process.
  7. There are many situations in which you can't see a zombie, because as we know, being on the North or West sides of walls, you can only see a short distance, and could easily run into a swarm. My idea is that if you can see the zombie, then a yellow outline should appear, so you can actually know it's there without a complete graphics overhaul, whether behind a fence, tree, or wall (behind being relative given the isometric viewpoint.
  8. Yes, very much so yes. It also isn't uncommon to find vet clinics, feed stores, sale barns, and the like out in the middle of no where in the Midwest, as well as other parts in rural America
  9. At the very least there needs to be an outdoors store somewhere. It's Kentucky for pete's sake.
  10. Couln't find it but somewhere in the Forum archives there is a long (I think multiple pages) conversation about this very thing in the suggestions section me and a few others worked on for a while two or three years ago. Ended up with a long list of injuries and I think maybe even medical supplies.
  11. Speaking of crowbars, you should be able to use them to open locked doors and windows too.
  12. It would be pretty neat if they did the actual street names given that the map is partially based off of real world, but for the fake towns or even just in general I think numbered streets would cut it.
  13. I thought at first you meant the color of the text/font, not the picture. I personally would go for font as it would A be less work to add and B would get the point across fairly easy.
  14. It's only the skin that gets this, and only under circumstances, and only in marginal amounts. Green potatoes have a toxin called solanine, which could nausea, diarrhea, and some mental issues. All potatoes have this, but when they are exposed to sunlight and warmth for a long period of time, they get more solanine and chlorophyll. The chlorophyll isn't harmful, it actually help serves as a warning sign that your potato is bad new bears. This seems like a ton of work to implement, so I don't see it getting added any time soon. Also... PZ has potatoes?
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