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Alis(they/them)

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About Alis(they/them)

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    Zombie stuff, music, sci-fi, games, writing, more writing, and my girlfriend because she's wonderful.

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  1. That sounds pretty cool. Though since glasses prescriptions are so percise, there could never be one other than the one you get at the start that work perfectly. Ooh, maybe an attachable lanyard that keeps them from falling off, too.
  2. So I realized this is probably not a very big priority for inclusion in the main game since it's fairly trivial, so I figured it'd be better suited for a mod. Basically, it's what the title says. Different models for player characters based on body type-based traits, like Athletic, Stout, Underweight, Overweight, etc, but of course since I'm not really sure how this works, this could either just be a few changes with new models, or it could require entirely new animations for all actions, so this could either be a small idea or a massive and unreasonable job. It's just a bit of detail I'd love to see sometime.
  3. Hello dev team and forum community! So, here's a small list of some ideas I've had for small details. -Choosing "short sighted" gives you glasses by default. That pair, and only that pair, negates the effect of the perk, if they're kept clean and not broken. If lost/broken, too bad. -Pain tolerance traits (increases/decreases pain moodle amounts) -Noisy clothing (like those pants that, no matter how you walk, always go "SHZWEP SHZWEP SHZWEP" when they move) -Different footwear should affect climbing ability and stamina drain -Gas masks should provide face protection, and maybe have stamina drain a bit faster when wearing one -Slings/straps/sheaths added to models on the player's belt or back, either as an added thing to the belt or weapon that allows it to be added to a quickslot, or just by default. -A separate mode or sandbox option or something for clothes being far stronger than they are by default so it can be more realistic, because holy fucking shit, no human being on the planet, zombified or otherwise, can get through a fucking firefighter's jacket with a single bite or scratch. That is insane bullshit. I was okay with ignoring how hard it is for human teeth to get through denim, because denim is very common and popular, gotta balance that and make it weak, sure, but heavy fabric lined with asbestos being just sorta okay protection is WAYYYY different than a pair of jeans. Got a little mad at the end but that's all. Elsewhere is a full review from steam that I wanted to make sure was seen and it mentions some of this.
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