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  1. Good afternoon. I am reporting a bug in "Project Zomboid" concerning sickness. My character got sick and, as everyone knows, that's a death sentence unless you have Antiboitics. I tried to feed her and he lp her sleep, but when I went to bed, she died in her sleep. In her Inventory , she had a Tote Bag as a secondary item and a Big Hiking Bag on her back, as well as a wealth of rarer items and skill magazines in her arms. Note that she died in the bed while the sleep clock was skipping forward. When she died, I started as a new character and went to where she died. I found the Tote Bag, but my previous character's body and everything in the Big Hiking Bag were completely gone. I tried to disassemble the bed, only to find nothing underneath or near it. What happened? Did I do something wrong? Thank you for any assistance you may render. -TURTLESHROOM
  2. Hello All! After quite a number of days tinkering with various things and examining code and etc I bring you Sleeping Bags. You can craft these Survivalist> 1 pillow, 4 sheets. Icon by: joeyslucky22 Mod Permissions: Credit where it's due This mod can be added to and extended by anyone in the community, but credit must be given to the original author within the files of the mod - and posted alongside the mod wherever it roams. You can click the sleeping bag directly from inventory or drop it on the ground and choose sleep in sleeping bag. Have a Great day and please let me know if you have any problems with this mod, I have tested many times with no errors. -Winter Click to Download: SleepingBag.zip Download Version 2: SleepingBagV2.zip Version 2 uses PZ sleeping bag icon: Only use one or the other NOT both.
  3. I've searched around and i believe that no one else has mentioned this. So the idea comes from the dreaded shower zombies, you know the ones, they make you and your character's heart jump. This made me think about possible Z's laying on the bed and turn into crawlers when you venture near them, or even one's that have hidden under the bed from when they were human and haven't had the stimulation to leave yet. I have no idea what would be involved to implement this so maybe the devs (or anyone else) could give insight to why this is a good/bad idea.
  4. So, I was thinking; it would be nice to be able to build some kind of bed or cot - even just a makeshift matress on the floor would suffice - for sleeping when there is no other means present. We already have tents, which is noce, but they're kind of odd to have for sleeping indoors. I couldn't find this suggested anywhere {though the search function results always leaves much to be desired} and figured it was high time I made a suggestion topic. The reasoning seems self explanitory, and the purpose is justified. For example, the Large Warehouse is a popular place to build a safehouse, but it has no bed. Many just set up a tent on the roof, but that's just not my style. Why not be able to make a bed? It'd work much the same as building tables and chairs, etc. You can construct a really shoddy frame at first, and then a really nice one at advanced carpentry skill levels. For a standard bed, all you would need are; PlanksNailsHammerPillowSheetPossibly also: Rags, Pillows, or Newspaper (for mattress stuffing)Sheet Rope, or Rope (to hold up the mattress)For a crate bed (on the floor) you would need; PlanksNailsHammerPillowSheetPossibly also: Rags, Pillows, Newspaper, or Sand Bags (for mattress stuffing)For a folding hammock you would need; PlanksNailsHammerPillowSheetSheet Rope, or RopeTent PegsFor a suspended hammock you would need; Sheet Rope, or RopePillowSheetFor a suspended Tent Hammock you would need; Tent KitSheet Rope, or RopePlanks or Sturdy SticksPillowSheetFor a Cot (folding) you would need; Planks or Sturdy SticksNailsHammerDoor HingesSheet Rope (to make canvas)PillowSheetFor a Tented Cot (folding) you would need; Planks or Sturdy SticksNailsHammerDoor HingesTent KitPillowSheetAlternatively, the current in-game Cots could also be an item you can find and take with you.
  5. Small suggestions here, but I could not help but putting it out there. Equip a Spiffo plush to gain a sleep boost! Before the player would go to sleep, he or she would equip the Spiffo plush. This would give the player a "Comforted" moodle that would do something like reduce panic before sleep, or prevent the player from waking up early from a sound. The player would wake up with the comforted moodle and be temporarily less susceptible to fear. Equip Spiffo while outside to reduce panic! After an intense fight with a horde, the player may end up experiencing extreme panic. This can take a while to disappear and can mean life or death if you are forced into a showdown with more zombies. Equip a Spiffo plush to quickly reduce panic before another engagement. After panic is completely resolved, the player then would gain the Comforted moodle and be less susceptible to panic when near a zombie. In a world where the dead come back to life, people (NPCs) will kill you for a bag of chips, and the military that once protected you now have your head at the end of their sights... its good to know you still have a friend that can give you a little comfort. These are just some dumb little ideas. Just wanted to show some love for Spiffo!
  6. Hiho! Another suggestion either for Survival or Sandbox: Healing phase only during sleep Background: At the current, food acts like magical healing bottles. If you're recieved damage, eat something, recover your health and than continue your looting campaign (maybe killing just another amount of 20+ Z's on your way). Suggestion: If food won't have the healing ability (but should've positive effect on regeneration while sleeping if youre fed), you've the opportunity to decide wether to continue (with the handicap of being injured) or interrupt your looting campaign, return home to your savehouse and take a break for recover. While sleeping you regenerate your health (not fully recover, just an amount of hp), so it can take a longer time to be healed completly, compared of your suffered injuries. The condition of your hunger and thirst and the quality of your sleeping place should add a bonus to the regeneration. Suggestion II: To compensate for the lack of the healing rate of food, there should be added (rare or very rare) medical supplies like regeneration boosters or adrenaline syringes (too much playing JA2 ). Also an option "Rest until completly healed" should be added if going to bed. I'm looking forward to your opinions
  7. Do you dream when you sleep? Do you remember them? Are they interesting? Are you comfortable sharing them? If all of these questions accurately describe you when honestly answered yes, then I invite you to share your own fascinating or otherwise notable dreams, and politely discuss the dreams others have shared, unless specified otherwise.
  8. Hello, I always search before posting ideas. Lots of beds I know i'm not sleeping in, maybe I can remove those sheets and get some good use out of them. Maybe there is some good stuff underneath these beds as well, and maybe if I don't have a shirt I could craft a toga from a sheet. Maybe's- -Remove sheets from bed -Storage underneath bed - Toga clothing item Thanks -Mat
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