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  1. I decided to make a list of items that currently can not be picked, but technically should be possible to do. Seeing as virtually anything can be picked now, given enough skill and having required tools, I decided to put it in the bug reports as possible omissions instead of suggestion, even if technically it could probably apply to suggestion. I'll post separate I'll try to post each item, screenshot and example PZMap location based on the most recent public testing build (as the time of writing 40.3 weather test build) and give a suggested name for it, since I think the tiles don't get a name until they are able to be picked: First of all, all the items that are destroyed by vehicles can no longer be picked (cones, signs, mailboxes, dumpsters). I can list them, but they should be easy to determine since it's a new addition and it was being mentioned a few times already I think. Unopenable windows (all of them, it was requested on a few occasions already) All doors (you can dismantle them, but not pick to move, might be intentional though, also see this thread for list of doors that have no name (Scrappable Object)) Stair and walls which can be sledgehammered, but I assume it's intentional All nature stuff (bushes, trees, etc.), which was mentioned before by someone recently Tall structures (streetlamps, traffic lights, american flags, tall signs) – some of these can be sledgehammered leaving a funny situation of just upper part hanging, but other than that can not be picked or disassembled. It's an engine limitation though, and I think it was discussed before, but listing them for completeness anyway. Light switches (see also this thread) For Lease Sign that are placed on windows though this might be an engine limitation, as normal ones are pickable, see this thread for more info Fuel dispenser, but I guess it's by design Manger / Feeding Trough: https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10854x9084 Empty Sign: https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10609x9909 Zippee Newsstand: https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10606x9610 Fossoil Newsstand: https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10634x9755 Gas 2 Go Newsstand: https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10670x10621 Small Spiffos Dinner Table: https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10619x9649 Large Spiffos Dinner Table: https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10618x9646 50s Dinner Table (see also this thread): https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10617x10564 Cubicle Walls: https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10622x9684 (level 1) Small Box: https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10608x10256 Buffet Counter: https://map.projectzomboid.com/#10613x10303
  2. Good afternoon. Enough said. This desk, like all PZ furniture that I know of, is from the Vanilla rendition of "Project Zomboid". Unlike most other types of desks and tables, I cannot disassemble, pick up, rotate, or otherwise alter or relocate the desk by any means except the Sledgehammer. This is not the first time I have encountered furniture like this. Thank you. -TURTLESHROOM
  3. Good afternoon. I attempted to search through the Vanilla rendition of PZ's files to find the script that represents the White Microwave, to no avail. Much to my chagrin, it does not exist in the SCRIPTS file and is only referenced in the Translation file. The Microwave sound effect is there, but for the likes of me, I can't see where the Microwave itself is located. The reason I want to know the answer to this is because the "Hydro Craft" Mod has several items that can spawn in cabinets that are exact, but non-functioning, duplicates of placable Furniture. For example, you can find a microwave (HCMicrowave), a mini-fridge (HCMinifridge), and a washing machine (HCWashingmachine). All three of those items have equivalents in the Vanilla rendition. None of the HC versions really do anything outside of being disassembled. I know that it is completely possible to disassemble a placable Furniture piece (e.g. a television or radio), but what about the opposite? What I want to write is a Crafting Recipe that takes the non-functioning HC versions of furniture and converts them to the Vanilla rendition furniture. With this ability in place, likewise, I also want to create a Recipe for the opposite, so that the special parts HC adds to those things can be gathered more fairly. I know or a fact that Vanilla rendition Furniture has a reference as an Item, because you can pick them up and interact with them. Where are the files for the Vanilla rendition, placeable Furniture located? What can I do with them, and how? Thank you. -TURTLESHROOM
  4. Good afternoon. Enough said. I am using Mods (particularly "Hydro Craft") and a Map overhaul, but none of the Furniture or graphics are overwritten by either. That means these shelves are glitching in the Vanilla rendition. The shelves, regardless of how full they are, are always shown to be empty. That means they are missing the Sprites that change the shelf when something is sitting on it. What, if anything, can be done to fix this? Thank you. -TURTLESHROOM
  5. Some items could use some minor correction to their names – I reported them back when nutrition test was there (like my other bugs posted today :D) – most of them were corrected at this time thanks to @RobertJohnson, however some still stand – I originally reposted them in the small suggestion thread after the nutrition test ended, but I think it got unnoticed since the changes should be simple enough and – I hope! – logical. If it's already noted, then sorry, but I also added the magazines to the bunch – these are the most user-facing changes, as currently magazines with the same name stack so except for Metallurgy, Guerilla Radio and some loose magazines, they are hard to distinguish. I also tried to sort the list in order the items appear in files to make the changes even easier to implement and I also improved the formatting and only got short explanation – if anyone disagrees with any name change, please reply here. Also, add if I missed something, which I surely did – but for now limit to the .txt files, avoiding the lua and other names, as that's the main focus of this bug report. Hopefully there aren't any errors as well, but if you spot any – let me know! From items.txt: TunaTin: Tuna -> Canned Tuna originally called "Tinned Tuna", this is the only canned item (except for Dogfood) that doesn't have the "Canned" prefix, even if the recipe to open it is named "Open Canned Tuna". BakingTrayBread: Baking Tray With Bread -> Baking Tray with Bread to fit other items naming, but see also my bug report here. OpenBeans: Open Canned Beans -> Opened Canned Beans "Opened" is more correct name for opened cans. TinnedSoupOpen: Open Canned Soup -> Opened Canned Soup ditto. TunaTinOpen: Open Tin of Tuna (Opened Tin of Tuna) -> Opened Canned Tuna first it should be called "Canned Tuna", as mentioned above, secondly "Opened". From newitems.txt: ChessBlack: ChessBlack -> Black Chess Pieces stock name, I assumed the item is supposed to represent multiple pieces. ChessWhite: ChessWhite -> White Chess Pieces ditto. FishingMag1: Angler USA Magazine -> Angler USA Magazine Vol. 1 That way they don't stack, also following Guerilla Radio, The Metalwork Magazine and The Smithing Magazine styles. FishingMag2: Angler USA Magazine -> Angler USA Magazine Vol. 2 ditto. HuntingMag1: The Hunter Magazine -> The Hunter Magazine Vol. 1 ditto. HuntingMag2: The Hunter Magazine -> The Hunter Magazine Vol. 2 ditto. HuntingMag3: The Hunter Magazine -> The Hunter Magazine Vol. 3 ditto. MetalworkMag1: The Metalwork Magazine Vol.1 -> The Metalwork Magazine Vol. 1 just added the space. MetalworkMag2: The Metalwork Magazine Vol.2 -> The Metalwork Magazine Vol. 2 ditto. MetalworkMag3: The Metalwork Magazine Vol.3 -> The Metalwork Magazine Vol. 3 ditto. MetalworkMag4: The Metalwork Magazine Vol.4 -> The Metalwork Magazine Vol. 4 ditto. SmithingMag1: The Smithing Magazine Vol.1 -> The Smithing Magazine Vol. 1 ditto. SmithingMag2: The Smithing Magazine Vol.2 -> The Smithing Magazine Vol. 2 ditto. SmithingMag3: The Smithing Magazine Vol.3 -> The Smithing Magazine Vol. 3 ditto. SmithingMag4: The Smithing Magazine Vol.4 -> The Smithing Magazine Vol. 4 ditto. CookingMag1: Good Cooking Magazine -> Good Cooking Magazine Vol. 1 back to adding vol. numbers. CookingMag2: Good Cooking Magazine -> Good Cooking Magazine Vol. 2 ditto. ElectronicsMag1: Electronics Magazine -> Electronics Magazine Vol. 1 ditto. ElectronicsMag2: Electronics Magazine -> Electronics Magazine Vol. 2 ditto. ElectronicsMag3: Electronics Magazine -> Electronics Magazine Vol. 3 ditto. ElectronicsMag5: Electronics Magazine -> Electronics Magazine Vol. 4 ditto. Skipped ElectronicsMag4, as it's already called "How to Use Generators". EngineerMagazine1: Engineer Magazine -> Engineer Magazine Vol. 1 ditto. EngineerMagazine2: Engineer Magazine -> Engineer Magazine Vol. 2 ditto. LightBulb: LightBulb -> Light Bulb missing space, also "Light Bulb" is more common spelling. LightBulbRed: Red LightBulb -> Red Light Bulb ditto. LightBulbGreen: Blue LightBulb -> Blue Light Bulb ditto. LightBulbYellow: Yellow LightBulb -> Yellow Light Bulb ditto. LightBulbCyan: Cyan LightBulb -> Cyan Light Bulb ditto. LightBulbMagenta: Magenta LightBulb -> Magenta Light Bulb ditto. LightBulbOrange: Orange LightBulb -> Orange Light Bulb ditto. LightBulbPurple: Purple LightBulb -> Purple Light Bulb ditto. LightBulbPink: Pink LightBulb -> Pink Light Bulb ditto. Toothbrush: Tooth Brush -> Toothbrush more common spelling. Toothpaste: Tooth Paste -> Toothpaste ditto. CannedCornedBeefOpen: Open Canned Corned Beef -> Opened Canned Corned Beef "Opened" is more correct name for opened cans. CannedChiliOpen: Open Canned Chili -> Opened Canned Chili ditto. CannedBologneseOpen: Open Canned Spaghetti Bolognese -> Opened Canned Spaghetti Bolognese ditto. CannedCarrotsOpen: Open Canned Carrots -> Opened Canned Spaghetti Bolognese ditto. CannedCornOpen: Open Canned Corn -> Opened Canned Corn ditto. CannedMushroomSoupOpen: Open Canned Mushroom Soup -> Opened Canned Mushroom Soup ditto. CannedPeasOpen: Open Canned Peas -> Opened Canned Peas ditto. CannedPotatoOpen: Open Canned Potato -> Opened Canned Peas ditto. CannedSardinesOpen: Open Canned Sardines -> Opened Canned Sardines ditto. CannedTomatoOpen: Open Canned Tomato -> Opened Canned Tomato ditto. PanFriedVegetables: Stir fry -> Stir Fry to match other names. Dogfood: Dogfood -> Dog Food more common spelling. Candycane: Candycane -> Candy Cane ditto. Also, see here. Icecream: Icecream -> Ice Cream ditto. IcecreamMelted: Melted Icecream -> Melted Ice Cream ditto. Crappie: Crappie Fish -> Crappie to match other fish names. From items_radio.txt: RadioMag1: Guerilla Radio VOL: 1 -> Guerilla Radio Vol. 1 following the uniform naming scheme. RadioMag2: Guerilla Radio VOL: 2 -> Guerilla Radio Vol. 2 ditto. RadioMag3: Guerilla Radio VOL: 3 -> Guerilla Radio Vol. 3 ditto. I'm also not sure about the "with Water" and "of Water" naming – should all containers be named the same for clarity or should just use whatever is common? Guess it's not that important in the end, but it's nice seeing the same name of the containers filled with the same liquid, but there's also "Water Bottle" :). The funny part is that typing and formatting it all out took me more time than actually implementing the changes will. I saw the translation are hosted on GitHub, so maybe PZ could consider hosting the .lua and .txt files on GitHub as well? They are easily moddable, and by having them hosted there, I could just made a pull request with all the changes, instead of meticulously listing them here, and the only thing left for the dev team would be to verify my PR is correct – that would save some of the developers' time and a considerable chunk of my time in the process :).
  6. 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
  7. TurtleShroom

    Cannot Pick Up Church Pews

    Good morning. I am filing a bug report for the following issue: As you can see in the attached image, for some reason, when I use the "PICK UP" command for a church pew, the pew makes a shadow to its right (if the left is touched) and vice-versa (if the right is touched) and, despite saying I can lift the pew, clicking on it yields no results. I tried multiple pews in the church, and all of them do this odd glitch. What do you think is happening? Is there a means to rectify it? Thank you. -TURTLESHROOM
  8. Kinda funny, as Large White Table can be dismantled with carpentry, even if it's clearly made from plastic – it have a hole for the umbrella and is standing near the Plastic Chair that can not be dismantled, though it's hard to judge by names, as while the chairs are correctly named "Plastic Chair" the table is in fact called "Large White Table". Found it out by dismantling the table on the Muldraugh's upper north large warehouse roof (level 2): https://map.projectzomboid.com/#0.5589503695497342,0.2871340020416333,448.70903444119983
  9. I think those are remnants of the old system when you could only pick one tile objects and those items could be picked one tile at a time. However, across the updates you can now pick multi-tile signs and things such as Map of USA as whole, so I think this mechanic should apply to the following items as well: Fancy Brown Rug (6 tiles) Dark Purple Rug (6 tiles) Child's Drawing in Muldraugh Elementary School (5 tiles) Children Drawing in Muldraugh Elementary School (3 tiles) Door Mat Rug (2 tiles) Here's the picture of all these tiles and a Map of USA for comparison put inside a container. There are probably more of these items, the first place to look for them would be the "_Rug" named tiles but I posted only the ones I personally experienced myself. EDIT: Forgot to add that there was also some lightning errors with the children paintings, not sure if they are related to this issue:
  10. Good afternoon. After having discussed an issue on the General Thread, several people revealed to me that I am experiencing a bug instead of ignorance. You can also see the issue by clicking this link. Thank you for any assistance you may have. -TURTLESHROOM
  11. Good evening. Enough said. Thank you for any assistance you may have. -TURTLESHROOM
  12. Good evening. I am writing because I am experiencing a serious problem with some of my home inprovement projects in my current game. Please see the attached image below. As you can tell, I am simply unable to remove the Diner table. Both Fifties Seats were easily lifted from their bearings with the Carpentry Skill, but the table would not move. I tried using the Pick Up function, right clicking the table, and even drawing out a Crowbar, a full Propane Torch and Welding Mask, and so on. Funny enough, despite the seats being removed, I was still able to Rest and Sleep by right-clicking the unmovable table. What am I doing wrong? I really wanted to make my home base more comfortable, and I was going to add a Bed there. Is there anything I can do to move this table? Thank you for any assistance. -TURTLESHROOM
  13. I'm moving furniture and I've come across two Modern White Chair that can't rotate in all direction. They can only rotate from their original direction (facing east) to an alternate direction (facing south). It's a bit of a shame because I wanted them to face west It's in build 38.30. Here are the maps coordinate of those chairs : https://map.projectzomboid.com/?desc=Survival_Build38L0#0.8723836036226339,0.24998873649017778,590.6682291542426
  14. I've been away since I had to finish 12 grades of school and got myself a place at a Physiotherapy Course in Groningen, The Netherlands. I only have a month left until the big exams to get my Bacalaureat Diploma, so I was really busy to finish well in school and study for them. I hope ya'll can understand this. I do have a bit more free time until the last week of the exam and can work on PZ buildings. After that I have even more free time to work on PZ, so get ready peeps! Here is an Office Building I've just made.
  15. Hellow, and thanks for your time. someone know if is possible instantly move a fridge (or any other furniture)to a specific X,Y map point? something like that... game start then ( Move instantly any furniture placed in (x,y) to = 123 , 400 ) or..... exist some way to spawn a furniture (like a chair or a wood box) in a specific map point? thats all. sorry for my poor english, and have a good day
  16. WrittenInBlood

    Carrying big & small

    Dismantling and carrying big things, e.g. popsicle fridge makes a little sense. It seems normal to dismantle e.g a couch (yet IMHO process should spawn more "pieces" than just 1 for every tile) Wouldn't it be better to add option to push and pull objects in "Furniture movement" menu? They would work only in long axis of an object. Also, moving 1x1 object should occupy both hands, like moving a generator. No way putting wooden crates in trash bags. (And it would be nice to have an emergency "let go" button somewhere.) And here I've stumbled on another issue. No way picking up whole big-ass fridge by your hands, they need a strict limit of Strength factor. That's for big stuff, now look at all these tote bags full of 15 pillows... How to tell which objects are too big for which containers? It needs adding only a single number in items and object stats. Let's call it "cubature" and define as "the longest dimension of an object". If object's cubature is equal to container's capacity, it fills it entirely and nothing else can be put in there; if bigger, there's simply not enough space for it. If cubature is smaller than capacity, you can stuff it up to it's weight limit. I suggest using a book and medkit as a base of "1". How does it sound for you?
  17. Sparrow

    New item sprites?

    I want to make a mod where you can alter existing furniture items to make them aesthetically different. For example you have the plain beds now with no sheets, just a mattress. I'd like to be able to add sheets and pillows to them by upgrading them through a crafting menu, like you have to pick the item up or disassemble it, add some resources to it then finish it and set it back in the world. The trouble is I feel like I can create a tileset, but I'm not sure how to make an item that would be placeable in the world. Likewise I'd like to make more pictures to hang on walls, decorative items, etc, to add more variety to the game, but IN ADDITION to the items that already appear in game, not as replacements. Any ideas on how I might do this?
  18. SiderisAnon

    Extended Building Options

    Extended Building Options Welcome to the Extended Building Options mod forum thread. This mod came into being because I am the type of person who loves to have more things to build in any sandbox game I play. When I looked for existing mods that would allow this, the ones I found were not working because update 30 had changed how world objects are built, breaking those mods. I sat down to learn about Project Zomboid modding and to try and get one of those mods working for my own play. In doing so, I discovered that it would in many ways be more interesting to simply create a building mod from scratch. As I both put a lot of work into this mod and figured that other players would enjoy having more building options, I decided to share this mod with the Project Zomboid community. This mod is inspired by the "Building Mod Reloaded" mod by Gaunti12, which was in turn based on the "Building Mod" mod by Badtrix. I have added additional buildable objects to what those mods provided; not all of their objects were included. Some of my inspiration and education also came from the "Handmade Wooden Dowels" mod by Onkeen. The metal and metal scraps concepts are taken from "Building Mod Reloaded". Their implementation here is my own. The components for the two mods are not compatible with each other. The "Building Mod" had digging for clay. My clay and brick are not compatible with whatever was produced by that mod. (I never looked closely, so I am unsure whether that mod produced bricks or how.) This mod would have been impossible without the tile splitting ability of the UnPacker utility from the Project Zomboid forum. Current Download April 9, 2015: Extended Building Options mod version 1.4 for Project Zomboid version 31.10. Update History: What You Can Build This mod includes walls, floors, containers, tables, chairs, beds, light posts, and a variety of decorative elements. The current full menu listing is in the spoiler block below. The list is pretty extensive because I went a little crazy in adding lots of buildable items into the game. When it came to floors, I probably went too far, but I was trying to see just how many different floor types could be added. I used the base Project Zomboid files for anything that was built, so they will interact with the world just like any normal object. They can also be deconstructed just like any of the default items you can build. Screenshots Can Be Found Here Getting Started In Game Depending on what you want to build, you will need some kind of a tool. Wood requires a hammer or stone hammer, metal a screwdriver, and brick a masonry trowel. I primarily based the materials required on the objects you can already build in Project Zomboid. For most things, you need planks and nails. For metal objects, you will need metal plates and screws. For stone objects, brick and clay. Wall hangings are generally a piece of paper and a nail. Just use a right-click like you would for normal building. The menu will be called "Extended Building Options". New Items Added Small Piece of Metal: Created by hammering various metal items.Sheet of Metal: Found in the world or crafted from metal pieces.Empty Can: When you empty a can of food or soda can. Fill it with water or hammer it into metal pieces.Masonry Trowel: Found in the world or crafted from a gardening trowel.Lump of Clay: Dug up from sand or gravel. Shovel required.Raw Brick: Shaped from Clay.Brick: Bake a raw brick.New Recipes Added Many in-game items can be hammered into metal pieces. Put twenty metal pieces in a baking pan or roasting pan, cook it, and you end up with a metal sheet. You can hammer a standard trowel out flat into a masonry trowel. With a shovel, you can dig in sand or gravel to find clay. Shape the clay into a brick. Cook the raw brick to get a brick you can use to build. As long as the brick is still "raw", it can be shaped back into clay. In case you want a lot of flower beds, you can now cut tree branches into twigs with a saw. Things To Keep In Mind Some objects can be rotated to change their appearance. This should be noted at the bottom of that object's tooltip.You can mix and match wall styles however you want.Same with fences.Fences can be jumped over and will not stop zombies; they work just like the fences you can build in the default game.Any door frame section can hold any door.All of the floors work identically. Even if it is called "carpet", it will support your weight or keep the rain out. You do not need to build a wooden floor and then lay carpet over it.The flower beds are also floors. Yes, you can build an upper story out of them and walk around on your flower garden.Everything in the "containers" menu holds the normal inventory size of fifty.I figured out how to give the containers icons other than the default crate, so that should make mass storage a bit more interesting.The "Mini Fridge" is buildable for humor value. It functions as a container, but do not expect it to keep your food cold even if I did give it the refrigerator icon.You can sleep in the beds, couches, and chairs as normal.The "Wall Hangings" must be placed against a wall.The "Light Posts" work just like the current lamp on a pillar you can build; mine just look nicer. You will need a flashlight to build them.Object Stength Game objects start with a base health, then add 50 health per point of Carpentry. The Handy trait adds 100 health. This allows for a maximum health amount of [base] + ((Carpentry * 50) + Handy. Stone walls (300 base) are stronger than a plank wall (100 base), but not as strong as a log wall (400 base).Metal walls are just as strong as a log wall.Fences and posts are technically walls in Project Zomboid. There are no metal "walls" in the mod, but there are metal "fences".Metal stairs are the same strength as the wooden ones.Stone Containers (200 base) are stronger than wooden ones (100 base).Metal containers, including the lockers, are much stronger (400 base).Wall decorations have very little health (40 base, no bonus for Carpentry).Some Side Notes I have tried to comment the code enough so that others can learn from my mod as I have from previous mods. I have also done this in case at some point another programmer has to update this mod for a later version of Project Zomboid. Hopefully I did not go so far in my explanations that the code becomes unreadable. If you want to run testing on this mod, uncomment the "ISBuildMenu.cheat = true;" line in "EBOBuildMenu.lua". This will allow you to build any item in the mod without tools or materials. It will also allow you to build the base Project Zomboid buildable objects without tools or materials as well. Artwork The item sprites I am using were provided by Svarog and Onkeen, some of which are based off of sprites already in Project Zomboid. These look much better than what I was originally using. Thank you! Future Plans Currently, my workload is a bit high, so I am not going to make any promises on additions to the mod for a bit. I will monitor this thread so I can fix any bugs that crop up. I do still have a list of things I want to do, just not the time allocation currently. I can say that things like generators or solar panels for refrigerators and lights are not going to happen because they are outside the scope of this mod. Working stoves have also been requested, but I know another modder stated they were working on those, so I do not have any plans to dig into that code and will leave it to other minds than mine. Feedback I would appreciate feedback on the mod, how it plays, whether you think the material and Carpentry requirements are reasonable, and how it works in your game. If you find any bugs, please let me know. Also please let me know if any tooltips need to be changed; by now they all kind of blur together for me. Credit Credit Where Credit Is Due
  19. The toaster. Alone and forgotten on that clearance table at the MUL electronics store. It works just like a normal oven.... until the moment you move it to somewhere else which somehow breaks it. So, I was thinking, now that we're getting all these improvements for microwaves and ovens, why not give the toaster a bit of a limelight as well? For starters, a few more of them would be nice; finding some of them on random kitchens across the map. Secondly, using them to toast bread would also be epic, not just being some malfunctioning oven.
  20. How does one import into tilezed a multi-tile object. The one thing that keeps me away from making anything custom is the incredible difficulty in making multiple tile objects. I already have ideas on making car rubble objects, and more but the fact is that You have to split objects that span multiple tiles and I have noidea how that works at all... Does anyone know how this is done? I have already scoured the forums and no one has a tutorial or any videos on the subject. Only single tile object creation. Any ideas?
  21. Keshash

    Better couch-defence system

    Don't get me wrong, I really-really love robbing my neighbourhood for tables current furniture movement system, but it feels slightly weird, when zombies start thumping a tv, that lies on the ground. So, what I suggest, is to add ability to place 2 (or more) furniture items on 1 tile. This would look more like a head thump-able barricade and less like a thrown-out furniture. It could also block the view, like the normal walls. It does work now with microwaves, radios and other small items, but not the big ones like tables and chairs. And for 1 furniture-high barricade would be logical, if it would be climb-able like low fences for both zombies and players. Imho, it would nerf current table barricades and give possibility to barricade windows with furniture (So much people ask about it).
  22. As of build 33 you can pick up and dismantle television. It would be nice if you could dismantle microwaves too - that would make another source of electrical experience, which is hard enough to get as it is
  23. Dispensers machine that serve drinks traditionally serve them cold. Following that logic they should function as a refrigerator (without freeze comparment in build 34)
  24. I have some ideas to make the game more apocalypticy: Bedrolls. While I feel that a portable sleeping aid would be overpowered, I would love to see bedrolls strictly as an alternate placed bed, in slummy parts of the city/towns and especially in the woodsey cabins and hunting shacks. I kind of maybe really want/need (subjective) a bedroll asset for the map tools.Moar medical assets. Think hospitally assets. Oxygen tanks, life support machines, dentisty tool tables, those overhead lights, gurneys, uhh, you know, hospitally stuff. If you're planning on building a city, you would assume they would build a big hospital no? (Also shamelessly sort of maybe need these assets)Related to the above, but more military-esque contamination assets. Plastic flaps, overhead sprays e.c.t.More graffiti with meaning. I mean like, think Fallout NV classic white words of (not) wisdom. Zombie related. Apocalypse related. People related. I'm not creative, maybe something like "I'm dying!" (< no creative talent right here) or "I got bit" or "Blame the military" (Or insert government, umbrella or specific dodgy company here) As a general suggestion, just a lot of shit-tier stuff. Slummy, dirty stuff. Think cardboard box houses e.c.t. Sewer assets maybe? (I know there are some already, I mean containers and stuff to populate the ground). knocked-over garbage cans, broken tvs, microwaves, fridges missing doors. Garbage clutter. Make PZ look less like a nuclear town and more like a ransacked apocalypse scenario (This is not an insult, I love the current assets I just think they look a little too clean for my [dirty] tastes)More industrial stuff. I feel PZ atm is focused more on residential areas than industrial, I'd like to see more industrial stuff. Girder stacks, brick pallets, pallets in general, pipe stacks, shipping crates. Expand on the construction and industrial asset trees. Trees? Trees. Probably categories. But trees.Security cameras you can chuck in the top corners of walls. Don't have to move at all, considering I work for a company that distributes them from Germany, I can tell you 90% don't move, nor need to. Okay sorry, mini-rant over. More security stuffs in the security "tree". Oh gawd don't google image that.Dirty bathroom assets. Not everyone who has to go and is potentially being chased by a zombie has time to flush. I swear that's not me. I take time and flush. What's a widdle zombie bite for proper toilet etiquette? Placeable dead bodies (Map tools). Dead people. Bullet holes in their heads. Scratches all over their bodies. Bites too. Dead zombies with spiked baseball bat marks, stab wounds, gunshot wounds, chests blown out by shotguns, half-eaten corpses, skeletons with minuscule flesh remaining. (Also probably been suggested before a bazagillion times, but decomposition that ALSO affects these dead bodies too! Like dynamic tile updates? Yes? No? Hell yes!Sorry if this is a mess. TL;DR/English version: Bedrolls on the ground, usually in remote places. Map tools assets. Non-OP, non-pickupableMore medical assets. Hospital-related mostly - oxygen tanks, life support machines, doctor tool tables, overhead surgery lights, gurneys e.c.tDecontamination/military-medical assets. Plastic flaps, overhead sprays e.c.t.Common general word graffiti - "Blame the military" "Got bit. RIP me 2k15"Dirty, slummy assets. Knocked over garbage cans, broken microwaves, tvs and fridges, soggy cardboard boxes e.c.tMore Industrial assets, more construction assets. Girder stacks, brick pallets, pallets in general, pipe stacks, shipping crates. Security cameras on walls and more security assets. Consoles, screens, alarm boxes, klaxons (maybe not) air raid siren poles.Dirty bathroom assets, fallout style.Placeable dead bodies (Map tools). Dead people. Dead zombies with wounds, half-eaten corpses, skeletons with minuscule flesh remaining (from being eaten). (Also dynamic tile updates, in this case: decomposition)EDIT: Added another suggestion
  25. Blake81

    Moving Furniture Around

    This is perhaps the biggest realistic element I see missing in this game... Why can we not move around or remove the stuff within our base? Why can't we grab some stuff from other places and bring it to our home? And finally, why do we have to use the Sledge to remove furniture instead of just, like, grabbing it and trowing it away (something which, by itself, is pretty unrealistic. See my other thread for my suggestions for the Sledge.)? If it was the Zombie Apoc, what would stop us from grabbing a chair or a BBQ from the backyard of our already-zedified neighbors? If we need water, what would stop us from grabbing one of those office water fountains and bringing them home? Or why can't we grab another freezer to store our perishables once the other one's full? This feature NEEDS to happen. Because in a game that's about realism, having to use a slege to destroy a garden chair instead of just moving it away completely destroys the realism....